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KINEMATOGRANI WEEKLY

KINEMATOGRANI WEEKLY

Established : May 16, 1907 93, Long Acre: London, W C. 2. Advertising Dept: 96, Long Acre. W.C.2. Circulation Dept: 6. Catherine treet. W.C.2. Telephones: Temple Bar 2468 Telegranu: kine. ?outhernwood. Kand. London Fditor : A. L. Carter Associate Editor. Alex J. Martin "Kinnnato
November 30, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Moro Talk on Grading

Moro Talk on Grading

" Conditions throughout tho country arc not so different that you cannot grade kinemas either on money-holding capacity or on average takings." was one comment during the discussion on regrading. The drawback of the Dennis Walls' scheme was that it brought in the debated points
November 30, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
PRE-RELEASES AND RELEASE DATES

PRE-RELEASES AND RELEASE DATES

YORLD premiere to AfGM's ' "King Solomon's Mines" been given in New York and , first London showing will be at e Empire, Leicester Square, ..C.2. on December 11. Stewart ranger and Deborah Kerr are e , tars of this version in Technih.l , i , of the Rider Haggard story. * * * Lon
November 30, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
LATE EXTRA

LATE EXTRA

LONDON TRADE SHOWS Thursday, November 30. Lilli Marlene (Monarch) Rialto, Coventry Street. 10.30 a.m. My Friend Irma Goes West (Paramount) Paramount Private Theatre. 10.45 a.m. Eight Shorts (V G MGM Own Theatre. 10.30 a.m. Wings Over the World (Harold Balm) Celluloid Theatre. 3
November 30, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Dear Friends of Republic: It is with pride that I announce a new policy for the sales and distribution of

Dear Friends of Republic: It is with pride that I announce a new policy for the sales and distribution of

Republic pictures in Great Britain and Eire. As of November 28, 1950, Republic Pictures International will begin the operation of its own Branch Office through its subsidiary, Republic Pictures International Inc., (Great Britain) In recent years I have spent considerable time in
November 30, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
The Festival Film

The Festival Film

Margaret Johnston has been cast as Edith, second wife of William Friese-Greene, in the Festival film about the pioneer of British kinematography that is to be made by Ronald Neame and John Boulting. The following technicians have been engaged: Lighting cameraman, Jack Cardiff; a
November 30, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
PEOPLE Obituary Death of Horace S. Coxall

PEOPLE Obituary Death of Horace S. Coxall

THE death took place on Monday, November 20, of Horace S. Coxall, the only independent renter in Scotland. Ile was in his seventy-first year and had been in hospital since March. Horace Coxall came to Glasgow in 1910 as manager of the Savoy Variety Theatre (now New Savoy Picture
November 30, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
i OWMANS RIP] Good Will for Christmas

i OWMANS RIP] Good Will for Christmas

CHRISTMAS arrangements and seasonable publieitr have been completed by most managers. Yet it were well to have a last cheek up in case there may be something someone has overlooked. Last year, the industry entertained oldage pensioners, poor children and invalids in greater numb
November 30, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
OATOGRAPII WEEKLY: NOVEMBER 30, 1950 tape recorder from a local item. OUt li: :f people bsd dee the '....,4 where,

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November 30, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
WEST HARTLEPOOL

WEST HARTLEPOOL

was given after William Temple, barrister, for the Northern," had pointed out that the master-plan envisaged the closing of the Northern, Gaumont, Lex and Gaiety. Max Lock told Mr. Fenwick, for the Lex, that his proposal was that each of the outer • neighbourhood areas of the to
November 30, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England