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Lend Me Your Husband (Radio) "A." Prince Edward Theatre. 3 p.m. Said to be an hilarious comedy-drama of matrimonial complications, "Lend Me Your Husband." a British Embassy production. presents John Stu:irt and Nora Swinburne in the principal roles, supported by Nancy Horne and
June 6, 1935 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
No Reotrictiou

No Reotrictiou

The lower court had endorsed the argumentput forward by the Corporation that copyrights belonging to authors or performing artistes cannot be claimed by the commercial agencies engaged in marketing gramophone records, and that, therefore, the Corporation could not be prohibited
June 6, 1935 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
SHARE MARKET

SHARE MARKET

BilMillet4A ill she kinenia market tag been o4lntine,l to or two individual channels. Further strong buying saw Union Cinemas lifted further during the past week to 525. 6d., while the Preference rose 9d. to 275. 9d. The subsidiary Oxford and Berkshire ss. Ordinary advanced 40.
June 6, 1935 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
STUDENTS' DEMONSTRATION AGAINST FILM Leaflet attacking "Lives of a Bengal Lancer"

STUDENTS' DEMONSTRATION AGAINST FILM Leaflet attacking "Lives of a Bengal Lancer"

Cambridge University Socialist Society propagandists itave been active in the vicinity of the Rendezvous, Cambridge, where "Lives of a Bengal Lancer" is showing. Patrons walking to the kinema had foolseitp sheets thrust into their hands by members of the Socialist society, who d
June 6, 1935 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Inside Information

Inside Information

Every department of the film measures up to the high standard of ieehnical and histrionic craftsmanship set by its r ecord-breakin g stable companion, and there is therefore no doubt as to its ability to run true to precedented form at the box.office. lettings mad Photography.—
June 6, 1935 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
has in his possession the knowledge of a rich gold claim. In the course of their trek in search ui

has in his possession the knowledge of a rich gold claim. In the course of their trek in search ui

a claiiii they rescue Claire Blake from wolves, and she proves to be the wife ot John Blake, heir to the property. Blake is lielieved . to nave died, and by the time the claim is discovered Claire and Jack find themselves in love. While Shorty is away staking the claim, Smitii,
June 6, 1935 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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June 6, 1935 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
BIG CAST FOR ARLISS "Spike" Preparing at Shepherd's Bush

BIG CAST FOR ARLISS "Spike" Preparing at Shepherd's Bush

P REPARATIONS are well advanced for the new Arline picture; rehearsals have. in fact, been in progress for more than a week. George Arliss plays the title role, that of a genial tramp with A genuine love of die open air. His constant companion and fellow nomad, played by Gene Ge
June 6, 1935 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
"WHILE PARENTS SLEEP" Filming Southend Kursaal

"WHILE PARENTS SLEEP" Filming Southend Kursaal

IHE Kursaal at Southend, playground of thousands of Londoners, will be seen in While Parents sleep," the new Transathintic-Hritish and Dominions production. Preparations are being made to shoot an ambitious fairground sequence, and permission has been obtained to use the Kursaal
June 6, 1935 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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• • .1111110" 15 • 14 4 • ' ? • C. Oakes' street parade directed the attention of large crowds to THE LIVES OF A BENGAL LANCER (Paramount) at the Palau, Burnley
June 6, 1935 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England