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Reduced Prices

Reduced Prices

Summer-time prices have come into operation at many Lancashire cinemas. At Stockport the Super Cinema, Princes and Palladium have reduced their prices of admission to the evening performances, with slight advances on Saturdays. The New Victoria, Preston, also announces reduction
11 June 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Derby on Expanding Screen

Derby on Expanding Screen

The Coverdale Expanding Screen was successfully used at the Stoll Theatre, Newcastle-on-Tyne, last week for the showing of the Derby race and the Trooping of the Colour on the King's birthday. Many favourable comments were made by patrons on this latest improvement in projection
11 June 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE BIOSCOPE

THE BIOSCOPE

How Wide Should Wide Be George A. Mitchell, of the Mitchell Camera Corporation, is qualified, by his experience, to express a weighty opinion on wide film. And he has cast it whole-heartedly in favour of 70 millimetres. He says he does not believe that it is mechanically possibl
11 June 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Projection Department Conducted by F.

Projection Department Conducted by F.

Author " The Handbook c f
11 June 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Price includes Installation.

Price includes Installation.

No initial Deposit. Terms_ _Cayh or on Weekly Payments over 1, 2 o r years, to suit Exhibitor. xhibitor has option to cancel service charg es af final payment is made. Contract will include Exhibitor's option to purchase' WHY WAIT ?- RC A PHOTOPHONE, LIMITED, MAKE IMMEDIATE DELI
11 June 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
MODERN CINEMA TECHNIQUE

MODERN CINEMA TECHNIQUE

cinema at the junction of Newbold Road and North Street, Rugby. The promoters of this enterprise are a Manchester group, headed by J. F. Emery, J.P., who is well-known in the cinema world. The work of construction will shortly be started. Seating occommodation will be provided f
11 June 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
A 6,659 ft. U 7,979 ft. U 7,671 ft. II 6,908 ft. November 27, 1929 2/6s, 1 12s, 1 48s.

A 6,659 ft. U 7,979 ft. U 7,671 ft. II 6,908 ft. November 27, 1929 2/6s, 1 12s, 1 48s.

November 27, 1929 2/6s, 1 12s, 1 48s. December 4, 1929 2/6s, 1 12s, 1 48s. January 29, 1930 2/6s, 1 / 12s, 1 48s. A 4,960 ft. April 9, 1930 1,6 s, 1/12s. A 6,441 ft. October 16, 1929 1/6s, 1/12s. U 5,131 ft. December 4, 1929 2165, 1/12s, 1/48s. U 8,360 ft. January 22, 1930 II 6,
11 June 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
CINEMA SPARES

CINEMA SPARES

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11 June 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
GEORGE PALMER'S

GEORGE PALMER'S

13, GERRARD ST., LONDON, W.l Phones: Regent 1475 or 5475
11 June 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Cents' 1,45 Union Street P.R., 113 ' 4 Wardour...Union St C r e e n e t t ra P

Cents' 1,45 Union Street P.R., 113 ' 4 Wardour...Union St C r e e n e t t ra P

.'ll ;it Regent, 11 Union Street P. Central, cinema liouSe,..l Centrab,t ' Regent, 10. ow 1 1 Union Street ent P.ro'', C Regent, 10.
11 June 1930 - The Bioscope - London, London, England