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PAUL ABRAHAM

PAUL ABRAHAM

PAUL AUK All AM, the Hungarian con>|ioser ol " Viktoria anil her Hussar." operetto which gained great success last season in Knglaml, will to London next autumn with new operetto, called Hall In Savoy." and the llrst few perrortuances will conducted tlie composer himself. WIRELE
17 May 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
J. SHERMAN FISHER'S 24 PALLADIUM BEAUTIES

J. SHERMAN FISHER'S 24 PALLADIUM BEAUTIES

JESSICA BEVAN MELVILLE BIRLE lER HOYLE HEATI
17 May 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BISHOP

BISHOP

ludicrously funny episodes, “Rest Cure." " Fire Drill," and " The Rehearsal," from tlie same bill, which are bound to keep the Royal party and the rest of the house laughing merrily. That very beautiful Romance In Porcelain,” which has been In the present crazy show since Its In
17 May 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Madeleine Carroll, a slightly naughty lovely lady, and Ivor Novell©, daring and debonair sleeping-car attendant, love each other, hate each

Madeleine Carroll, a slightly naughty lovely lady, and Ivor Novell©, daring and debonair sleeping-car attendant, love each other, hate each

other; marry, regret it, make it up, and live happily ever after. A gay, irresponsible film, light-hearted and witty.
17 May 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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BRiTiSH ACOUSTIC FILMS, Ltd. manufacturers very kind, of cinematograph machinery and accessor/ THE GAUMONT COMPANY, LTD., Film House, Wardour Street, London, W.i
17 May 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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NEW PUT SOGETY

NEW PUT SOGETY

The new piny society, The Overture a vers, owes it« inception to Terry and Margery Dinner, and already has the names of many well-known people on its executive; viz.: President, Seymour Hicks; vice-president, A. P. Herbert; chairman, Hugh Walpole. The Shaftesbury Theatre has bee
17 May 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HOLLYWOOD’S NEW CHARTER

HOLLYWOOD’S NEW CHARTER

Hi iI.I.VWOOD pro d u ction chiefs, at their recent conf.-iviuv with Will Hays, are miilirslood to have reached ;,:,-.imnt on the following I it >i Dirlv talkies to go, except llnne subjects actually commitleil to production, and these are to be rigorously censored at the source
24 May 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DANGEROUS CORNER”

DANGEROUS CORNER”

Medley for Fioeman * USkMAN, who has recently ""i producing lllms under n,.t Piees, has now t0 form hl» own tn• ' , l? an la New York. 1- ~ " r,t sutiject will J. n. dangerous Corner.”
24 May 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MOM* BMfIRIt, LTD.

MOM* BMfIRIt, LTD.

MOM* LTD. AbtriMH H.H.—Theatre tlrminaliaM , treh. (l" Pitch I. —■ Batar ana Hpice. ■irmiMliaNl doted. TMatrt.fclfal (reh il. (lx>w Pitch). —?** SpnnfUme for Henry* include*: Bouald bquire. Matinee, Th , O.H. (reh. 11) (Low Pitch). Mara Opera Company. ■ratffari Alhambra (reh. 12.
10 May 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON SYNDICATE NALLS

LONDON SYNDICATE NALLS

•riltMl (reh. U).—" Hello! Beautifol." CMNm ireli. 12). Piccadilly iatt' (reh. 121.-0. H. Elliott. Gertie Ultima, Beryl Hereford, The Bella. W. C. Barnes. Audrey, Dainty Maids. Ted Kay, Joy Dean, and Don I<< Metr.|Mlilaii (reh. 12). Radio twth LendMl (reh. 12). —Au*aatln and Har
10 May 1933 - The Era - London, London, England