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Mr. Prendergast pointed out that as exhibitors their main problem was the service they could render to the public. Harry Hopkins (Leeds) reminded them that several months ago it was said that cinemas and theatres would be closed «n a national emergency, and officers of the Assoc
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NAT DAY’S ASENCY

NAT DAY’S ASENCY

Bath Pal. (I).—Harold Ramsay. Frank Wilson, Joe Peterson. Harry Jerome, Jass and Jessie, Kama and Kalita, Dick and Norman Carlton, Percy Val. Halifax Pal. (12).—Ada and Eddie Daros Trio, Morris and Cowley, Dowler and White. Jack and Harry Hartman, Bourne Sisters, Claude Williams
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA BACK TO THE ROAD

THE ERA BACK TO THE ROAD

(Continued from page 1) wrong side of the Thames and a short distance from Richmond, hopes to get the authorities to include it in the “safe" area, especially as it seats only 450, has six exits, a basement shelter for 200 people next door, and a public air-raid shelter just acr
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PROFESSION WITH THE FORCES Undar this heading each week we shall refer to stage and film personalities who are

THE PROFESSION WITH THE FORCES Undar this heading each week we shall refer to stage and film personalities who are

doing their share in various spheres of the war, and we shall glad to have news from artists. We shall, of course, not reproduce any addresses, but letters can be forwarded e/o The Era."
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA TALKING

THE ERA TALKING

CLJOD By^THE ERA” Staff THE day before Britain s declaration war, the following films were advertised in Durham for showing at local cinemas; “Trouble Brewing.” "Let Freedom Ring.” “Sword Honour.” pILMGOING in Copenhagen, a neutral city where the bright lights still shine, has m
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
G.B. Equipments, Ltd*

G.B. Equipments, Ltd*

Film House, Wardour Street, London, W*l (and Branches) SEPTEMBER 14, IMS
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE CINEMATOGRAPH TIM E S

THE CINEMATOGRAPH TIM E S

September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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AM going to make an appeal to all dance hall proprietors, and the managing directors of companies primarily concerned in the business. The C.E.A. have proved that when group become activated with the same motive it is possible to get things done. To-day cinemas in various parts
September 14, 1939 - The Era - London, London, England