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Stephenson for Vice-Presidency

Stephenson for Vice-Presidency

W. Stephenson accepted nomination for the vice-presidency. He was proposed by Mr. HARTLEY, who remarked that it was time there was more Lancashire blood in the General Council. He could not suggest a more competent vice-president than Mr. Stephenson. CAPTAIN Row, who seconded th
January 23, 1929 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
7.-M.-G.'s New Offices

7.-M.-G.'s New Offices

Jury-Metro-Goldwyn are now settled in their new offices on the ground floor of Arkwright Buildings, Manchester. It is intended to equip a trade show theatre. Followers of the J.-M.-G. product will have a busy time if they " view before they book." At Liverpool, Fred Weisker inti
January 23, 1929 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Brevities

Brevities

Musical interludes are a popular feature at the Marina P.H., Wallasey (Manager Mr. Brewer), where H. N. Terry is musical director. There are seven musicians in the Marina orchestra. The waiting room for the cheaper seats at the Queen's P.H., Warrington, has been enlarged and cru
January 23, 1929 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
LEICESTER & DISTRICT

LEICESTER & DISTRICT

Representative : J. W. Smith, 8, Sunnycrlft Road, Leicester. 'Phone : 88241) The success which has attended Sunday evening entertainments at the Grand Cinema, Coalville, in aid of the Miners' Fund, has been very marked during the last few weeks. Last Sunday there were lengthy qu
January 23, 1929 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Cause of " Blasting

Cause of " Blasting

In the older methods of recording, resonance was purposely introduced in order to obtain records of sufficient amplitude. The frequencies lying in the resonance region were then much over-emphasised. The sound reproduced from such records had a blasting and metallic quality, and
January 23, 1929 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 

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January 23, 1929 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
ELIMINATE PROJECTOR TROUBLES

ELIMINATE PROJECTOR TROUBLES

BY INSTALLING KAMM PROJECTORS THROUGH THE POPULAR
January 23, 1929 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
1928 Installations. REGAL, MARBLE ARCH PAVILION, MARBLE ARCH LIDO, GOLDERS QUEEN'S, GREEN FOREST GATE LIDO, ISLINGTON. PALLADIUM. MILE END RD.

1928 Installations. REGAL, MARBLE ARCH PAVILION, MARBLE ARCH LIDO, GOLDERS QUEEN'S, GREEN FOREST GATE LIDO, ISLINGTON. PALLADIUM. MILE END RD.

PAVILION, POPLAR. VARIETY THEATRE, EASTLEIGH THEATRE ROYAL, PRESTON. GARON S, SOUTHEND. RIVOLI, SOUTHEND. CAPITOL, TONBRIDCE NEW PALACE, BRISTOI
January 23, 1929 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
UNIT ORGAN CHOSEN FOR THE LEADING CINEMAS OF THE WORLD

UNIT ORGAN CHOSEN FOR THE LEADING CINEMAS OF THE WORLD

1928 Installatioos.„ CLOD KoszEgrii3o" BAVARIA METROPO . O S B ° L R CZECHO-51,0VAWA. o °l ' Pending Install PAVILIOAFNES SH ROSEVALE, 8.8. CINERAMGICASu T RE IV G ° EN LI T ' ELECTRIC BOUR SE RECEN LYCEUM DE LUXE -A l Ol3 - 4 .0 , / , 0 NEW KIN - nR•' As A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. DEUT
January 23, 1929 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Built throughout by the Finest Craftsmen in the World. Write for full particulars to

Built throughout by the Finest Craftsmen in the World. Write for full particulars to

& SON and NORMAN West End Offices : SCEPTRE HOUSE, 169-173, Regent Street, London, W.i J A N LTARV
January 23, 1929 - The Bioscope - London, London, England