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LUDWIG BERGER

LUDWIG BERGER

Working in Germany (“ Era •• Exclusive) IT interestinpr to record that one Jewish director, at least, still working lie is l.mlwiK Berber, famous maker of t'.inderella and The Waltz Bream.” who is directing picture called ” Waltz War,” concerned with the rivalry years ago betwee
05 July 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Television Offers To Artists

Television Offers To Artists

Wide Scope about that But Poor Pay thins depending on fiit expression does not register well. Likewise, conjuring und oilier tlnnicky " ucls ure not ideal. Vivid movement, like lied Ted, or trick skating acts, the ideal. The small studio severely limits bullet dancing, but dance
05 July 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
British Fihns in Australia

British Fihns in Australia

aSY attention has been drawn to m two letters, by Mr. Gordon I). Ellis and Mr. I. 0- H. Roeper. with regard to British theatres in Australia. I not concerned with who originated the idea of British films, or a British circuit, but being a Director of General Theatres Corporation
05 July 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
B£.C. “Discoveries"

B£.C. “Discoveries"

A PROPOS Baily's wireless article, Celebrities in Kfublryo,” in your last issue, a certain " resourceful young man given the credit or ••discovering" certain artists who are already •.‘found," lohn'OHver, for instance, has already been 'tinging lor some year* past, not only in t
05 July 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AL & JIMMIE DEY

AL & JIMMIE DEY

MOLLY COLLINSON PARISIAN MAIDS CHRISTINE BPILLER JULY S, IMi BLACK FAMOUS FATHCR
05 July 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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SCREEN OPERA BOUFFESTARRING EMIL JANNINGS

SCREEN OPERA BOUFFESTARRING EMIL JANNINGS

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05 July 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“SAVAGE GOLD”

“SAVAGE GOLD”

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05 July 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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05 July 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA “SEXOPHONE” AND SIN

THE ERA “SEXOPHONE” AND SIN

By S. R. NELSON I set out to del the of Duke Ellington charge lliat It Is purely , ,iini sensuous In opiieal. , stale lIS eritles, iippeiils ,uest htitnan instincts and, put flue point U, is coin* j, irlsiruns, 1,,, l on litis aspect of music ,|i v , insltiiiclng Wagner a ■ exam
05 July 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A record which should sell, since it ennaists typical Percy Fletcher concept iou \Voodland Pictures two side* Columbia l>X 465.

A record which should sell, since it ennaists typical Percy Fletcher concept iou \Voodland Pictures two side* Columbia l>X 465.

This is played bv the Wireleee Military under Jl. Gallon O’Ooimell. I’his is a wonderfully-drilled ensemble and this pleasant music is adequately treated by the band. Malcolm McEachern, the bass half ot the famous duo, Floteum and Jetsam, gives us two songs Columbia 1)X 467. The
05 July 1933 - The Era - London, London, England