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Accrington 16.. S.. 6_ 5..21..32..15 Gate...head 16.. 5.. 7.. 4..39..38..14 CREWE ALEX. 15.. 5.. 6.. 4..26..27..14 Carlisle Coiled 15.. 5 . 6.. 4..18..25..14 York City l4. S.. 6.. 3..22..21..13 New Brighton 15.. 5.. 7.. 3..17..29..13 WREXH.%3I 15.. 5.. 8.. 2..24..29..12 CHESTER
18 November 1933 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Approving the Guild

Approving the Guild

INSTANCES of the readiness of manufacturers of projection equipment to help members of the Projectionists' Guild to a better understanding of the apparatus they handle is a feature of this side of the Industry. Our Theatre pages every week record visits to workshops where equipm
16 November 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
7ECINICS Theatre Furnishing riffit C 4 747 : 1j5 ,act. 65 NEWMAN STREET LONDON I

7ECINICS Theatre Furnishing riffit C 4 747 : 1j5 ,act. 65 NEWMAN STREET LONDON I

16 November 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
THE DAY OF REMEMBRANCE

THE DAY OF REMEMBRANCE

IHE ability of exhibitors to strike the note 1 of sympathy on the nation's day of remembrance is again emphasised this year in the subdued reverence which marked last Saturday in many kinemas. The Commodore Presentation Heartened by the innumerable congratulations whioh he recei
16 November 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Compton Five-Unit Three Manual Organ

Compton Five-Unit Three Manual Organ

WIIEN you reach the new Morden Kinetna there is doubt as to who is the organist, for the _ management have touini in that old showman George Pattman, F.R.C.0., a definite pay-box asset and in their wisdom accord huu a good publicity. The interlude given to me and detailed below
16 November 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
EVEN AFTER TWO YEARS cameramen find new possibilities in Eastman Super Sensitive Pan' . . . elements that help them

EVEN AFTER TWO YEARS cameramen find new possibilities in Eastman Super Sensitive Pan' . . . elements that help them

scale new cinematic heights. And they also find something old, but equally valuable . . . the uniformity and dependability that always come with Eastman Film, plus THE EXPERT SERVICE REGULARLY SUPPLIED BY . • • KODAK LIMITED • KODAK LIMITED, KINGSWAY, LONDON, W.C.2
16 November 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
THE BATTLE OF THE STANDARD

THE BATTLE OF THE STANDARD

S INCE hard cases notoriously make bad law, it is in our opinion rather unfortunate that certain of the clauses in the proposed' standard contract lend themselves to severe criticism when regarded as integral parts of the machinery governing the hire of films. On the face of it,
16 November 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
PAUL LUKAS

PAUL LUKAS

P AUL LUKAS, the attractive Hungarian-Hollywood actor, now on his first visit to London, is having a real holiday from films, after making twenty in the last fourteen months. A charming, unaffected personality, he makes no secret of his ultimate resolve to return to the stage. t
16 November 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
• • • 010 e- . A .4011.1b6. Edmund Gwenn and Viola Lye In MAROONED (Fox)

• • • 010 e- . A .4011.1b6. Edmund Gwenn and Viola Lye In MAROONED (Fox)

16 November 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
CONDEMNED BY C.E.A.

CONDEMNED BY C.E.A.

TAX CAMPAIGN RE-OPENS T HE General Purposes Committee, in its report presented to the Council, made reference to the endeavour of renters to require the booking of news reels with features. _ The Committee's Report, Which - • was adopted, was as follows : Paragraph "A.'—Your com
16 November 1933 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England