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"THE MAGIC BOX" —Continued from page 7

"THE MAGIC BOX" —Continued from page 7

2nd POLICEMAN: it moved. WILLIE: (delighted) Yes, it moved. Look, look at, that strip of celluloid film. It's taken me years to get to that. That's the secret. A lot of pictures of Hyde Park. But in one picture the carriage is here . . in the next, its her . . . next here * . .
January 11, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
THE MANAGERS' OWN FORUM FOR THE EXCHANGE OF CONSTRUCTIVE IDEAS IN FILM EXPLOITATION

THE MANAGERS' OWN FORUM FOR THE EXCHANGE OF CONSTRUCTIVE IDEAS IN FILM EXPLOITATION

such showmen as Smith, Porter. Minde. Bowden, Hurry, Foster, Honeyman, Todd and Rodgers. The publicity that these fellows create will never tire the kinema patron. It never tires me; I always read with pleasure and interest the campaigns that come from managers of their calibre
January 11, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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Reesaftlased Plg hasmalty BTU-Ness & Meg Are Lamps at lons prism SITUATIONS WANTED - - PROJECTIONIST, 15 YEA RS IN THE TRADE, SEEKS OPPORTUNITY IN DEVON • SHOWMANSHIP GUARANTEED ; CIRCUIT EXPERISNIDE, SUPERS, ETC. OWN CAR: RBDIEF WORK CONSIDERED OR OPERATOR - MANAGER ; AGE 30; ;
January 11, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
sth Annual Film School Arrangements

sth Annual Film School Arrangements

The National Film Association School is to be held again at the Beatrice Webb House, Pasture Wood, Flolmbury St. Mary, near Dorking, Surrey, and will run from June 16 to 23; the fee—as in 1950 — will be 51 guineas, 1i guineas of which is payable in advance as $ deposit which can
January 11, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
J. ROWLAND SALES LTD. The ONLY tine of ESTATE AGENTS AND VALUERS In the UNITED KINGDOM AND dealing SOLELY with

J. ROWLAND SALES LTD. The ONLY tine of ESTATE AGENTS AND VALUERS In the UNITED KINGDOM AND dealing SOLELY with

CINEMA AND THEATRE properties Special Department devoted to VALUATIONS for INSURANCE and TRANSFER 1 FOR SALE 2 excellent Cinema propositions. situated in South Wales. One seating 476 including circle. The other seating 463. No opposition. Figures can be greatly improved. Both Fr
January 11, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
PRIP

PRIP

February 15, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Wants £5 a Week

Wants £5 a Week

Continued from page 8 hours worked after 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sickness benefits must be paid like this: full pay for four weeks, half pay for two weeks. Projectionists in halls which are at present given the " AA " grade must have a 17s. 6(1. increase per week and all other proje
February 15, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
A BFD BLUE RIBBON AGREEMENT

A BFD BLUE RIBBON AGREEMENT

Y an a greement ieaChed, -iBFI) will, from now onwards, l and.distribute in Britain all films feriae:lit released . here through 'Blue Ribbon. . The pact, which was negotiated by R. P. Baker, managing director of ABFD, is designed to help the distribution of French films here an
February 15, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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February 15, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
" Hornblower " Premiere Committee

" Hornblower " Premiere Committee

The first meeting of the committee formed to make arrangements for the Royal world premiere at the Warner Theatre, W.C.2, on April 12, of Warner's Technicolor production, "Captain Horatio Hornblower, RN," was held last Thursday, aboard HQS Wellington. moored off Victoria Embankm
February 15, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England