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FILMS THAT SAVED THE CINEMA INDUSTRY

FILMS THAT SAVED THE CINEMA INDUSTRY

TWO YEARS’ BOOM (“ERA" SPECIAL) 'T'HE Exceptional Photoplays Committee of America’s official body of film-criticism, the National Board of Review, lias just issued its annual lists of the most meritorious films of last year. The first list of ten consists of American films selec
06 January 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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06 January 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“CAVAUER OF THE WEST”

“CAVAUER OF THE WEST”

An exceptionally good Western, with a conventional theme, but vigorously and intelligently acted and directed. A good supporting picture. All the stock ingredients of the original Western him are in this production, but John P. Macarihy, who is responsible for the story and the
06 January 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Those Charinc (Members Temple B Variety, «' Temi Gen. Manai IDA A' ★SIDNEY BURNS (1927), LTD. iMcttbers Of the Agents' Association, Ltd.). Suite IT, as. Charing Cross Road, w.C.a. Temple Bar 1683 and 3100. Telegrams I Attraction," Wcstrand, London,
06 January 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CEORCE BARCLAY DIRECTION

CEORCE BARCLAY DIRECTION

BU.HAM HIPPODROME (reb. 12). Kate Carney, Th« Five Sherry Brothers, Arthur Pond, Short and Dalziel, Kittv Hewsot,. Bingle Bros, and Rene, Peel and Curtis. Ed. and Ted. Brown, and Oraim Singing Competition. CAMBERWELL PALACE (reh. IL3O . _ Lc Lake’s Stars That Never Fail ISLINGTO
06 January 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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the melody men THIS THING CALLED SHOWMANSHIP By HUGH GRAY

the melody men THIS THING CALLED SHOWMANSHIP By HUGH GRAY

AY/HAT is this thing called showmanship? For a long time now |W. bands, have cultivated it and by culti\ it have increased their popularity a self-supporting feature enter-13 "'Showmanship is no new thing—it as old as the hiils-as <la_s tlie circus—as old as the time when the fi
06 January 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
kIFE’S DESIRE THE MELODIOUS WALTZ SENSATION THE QUEEN WAS IN THE PARLOUR

kIFE’S DESIRE THE MELODIOUS WALTZ SENSATION THE QUEEN WAS IN THE PARLOUR

the great novelty fox-trot hit
06 January 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
, completed « very successful at Hie Palace Hotel, Torquay, Miss Violet Essex Mrs. Charles Tucker, who, Violet Essex, the

, completed « very successful at Hie Palace Hotel, Torquay, Miss Violet Essex Mrs. Charles Tucker, who, Violet Essex, the

singer,- throughout theatre-land lor her tributions to concert and vaud presented her In; with baby girl when the New was but hour old. Mr. Tu the music-hall star,” known I lions Tucker, tire singing vio New Year’s Eve in the Restaura There was a particularly tiioe spent most of
06 January 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IN MARKING UNEN,ftc. ssa AVERAGE NAMES from ONE 6d. BOTTLE iAVE TIME and MONEY JOHN BOND’S MARKING INK CAN NEITHER

IN MARKING UNEN,ftc. ssa AVERAGE NAMES from ONE 6d. BOTTLE iAVE TIME and MONEY JOHN BOND’S MARKING INK CAN NEITHER

BE PICKED OUT NOR TAKEN OFF- Special Pen enclosed with all iliac, also a Linen Stretcher with 9<L and !/• clms. OF ALL STATIONERS AND CHEMISTS. USED TMI WOYALHOUMHOLIX.
06 January 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
trade shows reviewed A CALM WAR PICTURE : Conducted hy I EDWARD W. BETTS | ■ .....s

trade shows reviewed A CALM WAR PICTURE : Conducted hy I EDWARD W. BETTS | ■ .....s

trade shows reviewed A CALM WAR PICTURE Conducted hy I EDWARD W. BETTS | ■ .....s “ONCE A LADY” Ruth Chatterton as high-spirited young Russian woman who marries Englishman. Latter’s family decides that she not quite the thing to have about the house, etc. Insincere story and patc
06 January 1932 - The Era - London, London, England