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STARR STILL %%ANIS MERGER, BUT- International Federation "A Fair Distance Off"

STARR STILL %%ANIS MERGER, BUT- International Federation "A Fair Distance Off"

ALFRED STARR, chairman of Theatre Owners of America. admitted this week that his dream of establishing an International Federation of Motion Picture Exhibitors is still "a fair distance off." The idea has been in Mr. Starr's mind for some years. hut did not take positive form un
September 2, 1954 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
KINEMATOGRAPH WEEKLY: SEPTEMBER 2, 1954 Visitor to Associated British Studios, Elstree, where he saw .shooting on THE BLACK PRINCE, starring

KINEMATOGRAPH WEEKLY: SEPTEMBER 2, 1954 Visitor to Associated British Studios, Elstree, where he saw .shooting on THE BLACK PRINCE, starring

Errol Flynn and Joanne Dru, was Mr. Walter Mirisch, executive producer of Allied Artists, seen here (right), talking to the director of the film, Henry Levin - . • . ; . . ~ . , 0 . . 4.„.. • . . *kk,, ' • ' t N , , 1 ~ , ~ . . , , = :=,.'-',. , !'t, isor.- - ,- - + ~ - , * - ,
September 2, 1954 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
KINEMA FINED

KINEMA FINED

Standard Cinema (Shoreditch), Ltd., of 153-157, Goldsmiths Row, Hackney Road, E. 2, pleaded not guilty at Old Street Magistrates' Court last week to a summons brought by the London County Council alleging that it had allowed the Standard Cinema, of that address, to be used on Ma
September 2, 1954 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
WARDOUR STREET LONDON

WARDOUR STREET LONDON

September 2, 1954 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
CIRCUITS MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION LIMITED

CIRCUITS MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION LIMITED

By hand: D KW/JS/2008 ALBION HOUSE, 59 NEW OXFORD STREET, LONDON, W.C.I Telephone: TEMPLE BAR 4333 Telegrams: Cemal. Westcent. London 25th August, 1954.
September 2, 1954 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
ONE-STAR CAMPAIGNS

ONE-STAR CAMPAIGNS

COLTON, A. L.. TIM. Odeon, Stafford: The Wages of Fear. COOK. R. L.. Savoy, Swindon: His Majesty O'Keefe. CROCKETT. R. E., Elite, Nottingham: Heidi. CROMBIE. Gann:out, Dundee: Children's Club. DAVIS. P., AIM. Gaomont, Dagenham: Up to his Neck. DIX. T. J.. Rembrandt. Ewell: Cinem
September 2, 1954 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
** I. KLEIN. Tower. Peckham The Sleeping Tiger and Phantom of the Rue Morgue

** I. KLEIN. Tower. Peckham The Sleeping Tiger and Phantom of the Rue Morgue

MR. KLEIN overcomes his small advertising allowance by doing much of the display work himself—and doing it well, too! For "Phantom of the Rue Morgue " he utilised an old 3-D display and repainted and refurbished it. From the main display he hung the phantom in " mobile " form wh
September 2, 1954 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Sir Tom Wants Changes In AITC Set-up A MOVE to broaden the scope of the All Industry Tax Committee—to cover

Sir Tom Wants Changes In AITC Set-up A MOVE to broaden the scope of the All Industry Tax Committee—to cover

the Sunday opening levy and copyright fees—is made by NATKE general secretary Sir Tom O'Brien, in a letter to Ellis Pinkney. AITC secretary. . . . . He asks that his letter be put before the next meeting of the committee for consideration. In it Sir Tom says the industry must no
October 23, 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
NORTH-WESTERN 'I for Action at Mass Meetin Chancellor Told of 100 Doomed Cinemas

NORTH-WESTERN 'I for Action at Mass Meetin Chancellor Told of 100 Doomed Cinemas

AFTER HEARING lively action speeches by Lt.-Col. S. K. Lewis and Jack X. Prendergast, 100 exhibitors who attended the mass meeting of North-Western branch CEA at Liverpool on Friday last week unanimously agreed 40 send the following resolution to the Chancellor of the Exchequer
February 20, 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Notice to Stall

Notice to Stall

G. A. Bleakky (maniger. Atlas. Liverpool) said that morning he had the unplea.sant task of giving notice to his cinema staff. (The Atlas. an Essoldo cinema, is closing down on March I.) "I wi.sh you could have seen the espression on the faces ot men and women, some whom have bee
February 20, 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England