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Compton Five-Unit Three Manual Organ

Compton Five-Unit Three Manual Organ

WIIEN you reach the new Morden Kinetna there is doubt as to who is the organist, for the _ management have touini in that old showman George Pattman, F.R.C.0., a definite pay-box asset and in their wisdom accord huu a good publicity. The interlude given to me and detailed below
November 16, 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

A HAPPY NEW YEAR

AS USUAL EVERY BIG SPORTING EVENT OF 1934 WILL BE COVERED BY BRITISH MOVIETONE NEWS EXCLUSIVE AUTHENTIC OFFIC !AL Exclusive Pictures of
December 28, 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Man's Castle (Columbia)

Man's Castle (Columbia)

Prince Edward Theatre. 1.45 p.m. " Man's Castle," which had a sensational reception in America, is acclaimed as Frank Borzage's master production. It is said to have the brilliant alliance of Spencer Tracy and Loretta Young at the twad of galaxy of stellar talent, which includes
December 28, 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Equipment

Equipment

British Movictone News claim to be the most efficiently equipped news-reel company in the country. Western Electric equipped the newly constructed theatre in Newman Street with a complete dubbing and rerecording plant. With the use of this equiptuent iMovtetone is 110 W able to
December 28, 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
From Torquay to Liverpool—B. Woolley at Norwood-- Len Shaw's Sheffield Experiment

From Torquay to Liverpool—B. Woolley at Norwood-- Len Shaw's Sheffield Experiment

In view of his versatile career, it is not surprising that H. Grafton Hutchinson, of the Odeon. Harrow, has introduced a number of innovations during hit management. H i s latest intention is to introduce a policy of kine.-variety, with the former predominating, in the New Year.
December 28, 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
CENRAL NEWS

CENRAL NEWS

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December 28, 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
CAST CHOSEN BY FILM FANS WORLD INTEREST IN RADIO "LITTLE WOMEN" Novel Production Plans

CAST CHOSEN BY FILM FANS WORLD INTEREST IN RADIO "LITTLE WOMEN" Novel Production Plans

WITH the dramatisation of " Little Women " a precedent has been established. When Radio announced its intention of filming the great romance of family life, thousands of letters began pouring in from all over the world, a large number coming from England. Some of the letters ask
December 28, 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
_ . Restrictions on New Kinemas WARNING BY PRESIDENT OF FILM CHAMBER

_ . Restrictions on New Kinemas WARNING BY PRESIDENT OF FILM CHAMBER

EXHIBITORS in Great Britain upon whom La has fallen the results of overseating will loe interested in a speech delivered in Berlin by Herr Bertram. the new chief of the German C.E.A.. which is closely associated with the Government Film Chamber. Tbe Problems of New One of the mo
December 28, 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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December 28, 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
FORCE MOUNTED POLICEMAN IN STREET STUNT

FORCE MOUNTED POLICEMAN IN STREET STUNT

W. SCOTT-BUCCLEUCH, of u.. Empire, and W. Prodgers, of Triangle, Bristol, ran an amubing ens stunt for "The Pride of the Force" dour) which they had on a concurrent run. The whole thing was conceived in a spin: of fun, and consisted of a comic policeman mounted on a heavy cart-h
December 28, 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England