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THE BIOSCOPE SERVICE S. A RECORD IN DEVELOPING

THE BIOSCOPE SERVICE S. A RECORD IN DEVELOPING

A staff photographer attached to the Cincinnati Enquirer claims to have made a record in developing a photograph, when he completed a print for publication in six minutes by the watch from the time the photograph was snapped in the studio of the Enquirer. He claims that he has d
31 October 1928 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
PALMER'S CARES

PALMER'S CARES

ARE CINEMA SPARES
31 October 1928 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
– Scheme

– Scheme

- Scheme it for you every night _—read this Recent Holophane installations are everywhere described as the best the world. The colour lighting a t Richmond Cinema is without parallel , and further installations will shortly even further astonish the trade• This is largely due to
29 October 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
New R.C.A. at £835

New R.C.A. at £835

T. Cremieu-Javal, sales manager of R.C.A. Photophone, this week announces the introduction of a new reproducer, designed for the smaller houses. Making the announcement, he points out that for some time past R.C.A. had been endeavouring to produce a set that would give the fines
29 October 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE BIOS COPE

THE BIOS COPE

OCTOBER 29. 193° Capital Famine Hold-up German Banks Ration Cash (By Our German Correspondent, Frii% Mann.) The German film business—as a ` llr eati‘ i mentioned built up almost exclusively' ti,. bills discounted by banks—suffers grec.,aital under the temporary flight of liquid
29 October 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
America's Big Stick

America's Big Stick

on N. Z. ed The New Zealand Government a new tax of 25 per cent, on all moneys e s' out of the country for foreign " together with 10 per cent. on that for 1 3 made stuff, and that move has brought an impasse, resulting in the Will 0. ~e d organisation of America instructing eyt
29 October 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
"Indians Are Coming "

"Indians Are Coming "

What has made show history on Broadway, New York, and throughout American film circles is to have a triumphant tour of the English provinces from Monday next, November 3rd. The picture is " The Indians Are Coming," and with the Indians is coming the big return to the regular bus
29 October 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
R.C.A. AT LEEDS UNIVERSITY

R.C.A. AT LEEDS UNIVERSITY

" The Mystery of Life," the picture which created such great discussion some time ago and has only just been passed for release to adult audiences, was shown on Thursday last to the students and faculty of the University of Leeds, numbering between 500 and 600. This film was pro
29 October 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
MODERN CINEMA TECHNIQUE

MODERN CINEMA TECHNIQUE

29 October 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Eliminating Waste and Mutilation

Eliminating Waste and Mutilation

The new system will, it is expected, result in uniform projection and eliminate mutilation and, waste of film. Four types of prints are defined in the standard nomenclature : Sound print on film ; sound print with disc record ; sound print with photographic sound record as well
29 October 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England