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U.S. Comment M.P.A. HOLDS PRIVATE MEETING

U.S. Comment M.P.A. HOLDS PRIVATE MEETING

FAY ALLPORT, London representative of the M.P.A., 15 making no comment on the import duty statement made on Friday by the President of the Board of Trade, Harold Wilson. London members of the M.P.A. held a meeting immediately after the Wilson statement whieb lasted for several h
December 25, 1947 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Just completed 4 WEEKS-EMPIRE Leicester Square. NOW playin KINEm LT December 25, 1947 CLEAR MR. L.C.Pieu 8R aIIACWASTOIOI. \ titT4tl/1

Just completed 4 WEEKS-EMPIRE Leicester Square. NOW playin KINEm LT December 25, 1947 CLEAR MR. L.C.Pieu 8R aIIACWASTOIOI. \ titT4tl/1

- 14 ; ble oow k wk..' WA Avria ,Eme. 'P' °Ay"; ;„1.,,te 41.4. is eisch ••••te ic • I: tioashlst D 1 S I \,...• l ama a ago+, • I tNV4l' " - to o SONAR- • fry ' . Sense 41 . & At . ON? ---•• •
December 25, 1947 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
AFINAL check-up of the receipts of the replica command show at the Ritz, Birkenhead, totalled £2.002 8s; 5d., and a

AFINAL check-up of the receipts of the replica command show at the Ritz, Birkenhead, totalled £2.002 8s; 5d., and a

cheque for th:s amount was handed on Tuesday by Southall Morris to Reginald Bromhead, chairman of the C.T.B.F. I was happy to assist at the little ceremony in S. M.'s office; it took the form of a pleasing little via which can otherwise be described as a "quick one ": it served
December 25, 1947 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
The Government Stands Firm on Film Import Duty B. of T. PRESIDENT ON OFFER TO U.S.: "MORE PROFIT IF YOU SHOW MORE OF OUR FILMS"

The Government Stands Firm on Film Import Duty B. of T. PRESIDENT ON OFFER TO U.S.: "MORE PROFIT IF YOU SHOW MORE OF OUR FILMS"

T HE Government stands by the import duty. The only basis for compromise with the U.S. is that, for every extra dollar taken out of Britain, a British film must earn a dollar in the overseas markets which can be returned to Britain. Exhibitor requirements will be adequately met
December 25, 1947 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
No Solution in Sight

No Solution in Sight

Referring to the ad ralorem film import duty and withholding of new American from the British market by the American suppliers, Harold Wilson said that discussions have been taking place on UtiB subject between Treasury officials the representative in London of the Motion Pictur
December 25, 1947 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
RANK PLANS MORE U.S. THEATRES TOM CONNORS, who recently resigned as 20th Century-Fox distribution chief, has agreed to a contract with Eagle-Lion under which he would become vice-president in charge of production for the company.

RANK PLANS MORE U.S. THEATRES TOM CONNORS, who recently resigned as 20th Century-Fox distribution chief, has agreed to a contract with Eagle-Lion under which he would become vice-president in charge of production for the company.

RANK PLANS MORE U.S. THEATRES T OM CONNORS, who recently resigned as 20th Century-Fox distribution chief, has agreed to a contract with Eagle-Lion under which he would become vice-president in charge of production for the company. This is the Harold Young-Arthur Rank set-up of wh
December 25, 1947 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Fuel Plan

Fuel Plan

AJ. SADLER, the branch public relations officer, recently appointed to 'represent exhibitors on the Brighton Education Committee, reported on tho showing of the Royal Wedding film to some 17,000 local schoolchildren. The education officer had written the branch a letter of thank
December 25, 1947 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Aviation was getting its feet off the ground. In France a new helicopter climbed to the staggering height of— 3

Aviation was getting its feet off the ground. In France a new helicopter climbed to the staggering height of— 3

feet! The Atlantic (east to west) was crossed for the first time . . . the first King's Cup Air Race was held. um ;:, ~ / 111 11111 111 IV, I'4. RI ....i... . - lit" , 47F . A
December 25, 1947 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Yes ! It's the Prince of Wales. In Japan, during his world tour, the most photographed, the most popular man

Yes ! It's the Prince of Wales. In Japan, during his world tour, the most photographed, the most popular man

in the world of 1922. Another dramatic picture from Pathe's ' Scrapbook for 1922." File; r
December 25, 1947 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
SITUATIONS WANTED (Contd.;

SITUATIONS WANTED (Contd.;

December 25, 1947 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England