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NOVEMBER 17, 19(s Ger' Frenchman's man Film b e `Therese Raqutn Made by Defil fi A V The authors of

NOVEMBER 17, 19(s Ger' Frenchman's man Film b e `Therese Raqutn Made by Defil fi A V The authors of

the Friedrich Ze, l % " The Weaver," and of the first production, " Dancing Nrierolh3ave Fanny Carlson and Willi Haas ne t 0 finished writing a story for the oe'd ff ° o picture, " Therese Raquin," adaPtejaccit.ll the famous novel by Emile Z01a.,0 O r o' Feyder will direct this
17 November 1927 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE BIOSCOPE

THE BIOSCOPE

17 November 1927 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE BIOSCOPE

THE BIOSCOPE

17 November 1927 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
The Hat Trick

The Hat Trick

Messrs. Lees, Cowan and Barnard, the trio of salesmen attached to Famous-Lasky's Scottish branch have " scooped the pool." They have topped the list in the recent competition as being the three best business getters for Lasky's in Gt. Britain.
17 November 1927 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Cinema " Fire " Call

Cinema " Fire " Call

Cinema Fire " Call Members of the Sheffield Corporation Fire Brigade attended last week's trade show of " Fire ! " at the Albert Hall. Full effects were provided by Supt. Breaks, working in conjunction with the orchestra. The firemen who were off duty took their wives and childre
17 November 1927 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
An Idea

An Idea

The homely atmosphere of the Union Street Picture House, Sheffield, was enhanced last week by colour effects of extreme beauty. Manager Leonard Shaw rigged up his screen on a large scale easel arrangement, with curtains at the back and sides. the whole being illuminated by Schwa
17 November 1927 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
17, 1927 eyreriaps 13 N . Macclowell ery cafe to yi.isn success. is 1' aY's meet' Cinema Club ilieb, ,

17, 1927 eyreriaps 13 N . Macclowell ery cafe to yi.isn success. is 1' aY's meet' Cinema Club ilieb, ,

ng of the able be an interesting general fee First there is to be the annual lA a r s h w ite ell as an enjoybe 'which asuccessful year's working will be rsZ,(tted. Before themeeting luncheon hLi veil the Imperial Hotel at ill th-YadY has been a dead place 2 f i rienters Whil e.
17 November 1927 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE BIOS COPE Fay Compton at a Trade Show

THE BIOS COPE Fay Compton at a Trade Show

Fay Compton, who is this week playing at the Leeds Grand Theatre, attended the trade show, at the Majestic on Tuesday, of " Somehow Good," the latest Pathe attraction in which she stars. Jack Raymond, the producer, was also present. Preceding " Somehow Good," Alec Tinker, Leeds
17 November 1927 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Screen and Education

Screen and Education

The President of the National Union of Teachers announced at a complimentary dinner given to him at Luton on November 10th, that he is concerned in drawing up a report on the visual influence of the screen on education. Welcoming this, in responding to the toast of " Education,"
17 November 1927 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
DONCASTER

DONCASTER

The announcement that a greyhound racing track, with accommodation for twenty thousand spectators, is to be laid in Doncaster is creating grave concern in cinema circles and the encroachment is viewed with abject pessimism by the exhibitors of the town and district. That the cin
17 November 1927 - The Bioscope - London, London, England