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Employed Himself

Employed Himself

No one seemed to be keen to employ young Roy Hood, so he decided to employ himself. It is an attitude of mind that has stayed with him. Those were the days of the Charleston craze, so Roy set himself up as a .teacher of dancing. It was a way of earning a living—but only just! Ro
20 February 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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20 February 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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20 February 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Star Spangled

Star Spangled

TWO more lines have recently been added to the range offered by Mars, Ltd. These are the return of Milky Way, a popular pre-war confection, which will retail at 3d., and Old English Flavour Spangles; a new Spangles assortment of traditional flavours. Mars states that already the
20 February 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
qaldman Wants Film Industry Help For World TV Series

qaldman Wants Film Industry Help For World TV Series

:VISION OUTLOOK INE OF the frankest state‘er issued by a BBC spokese Waldman, the Co rpora!eh:vision Business Manager, .• this week: We want the justly to come and assist us sing television films for the .11.trket. We are looking for who have made their name ire production; who
23 October 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
pictures had been transferred to that medium on the eve of production and were not proper subjects for it. Fox

pictures had been transferred to that medium on the eve of production and were not proper subjects for it. Fox

had no option at that time, he said, but to go ahead. "The resurgence has come now not only in America, but here." he said. "We were very worried about getting sufficient British producers to adopt the system, but now the ice seems to be broken and we are having daily requests a
02 December 1954 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Birthday Gift

Birthday Gift

Gaumont British News and Universal News were putting out two-reel editions on Thursday to h3nour Sir Winston Churchill. This topical feature will be at no extra cost to exhibitors who subscribe to the reels. The directors of London Films Australasia Pty., were hosts to leaders o
02 December 1954 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Valuable Help

Valuable Help

One contest was for children under 12, thc other for those over. Both were on the subject of Dickens and the Educational Department gave valuable help. Both contests gained fine press coverage which, added to the general film press, made very good advance reading. For a street s
23 October 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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29 August 1957 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
- Coining monex wherever it ploys You'll keep on singing at the paybox (ADVERTISEMENTS FOR FILMS WITH STEREOPHONIC SOUND) Small

- Coining monex wherever it ploys You'll keep on singing at the paybox (ADVERTISEMENTS FOR FILMS WITH STEREOPHONIC SOUND) Small

cinemas can enjoy all this with GAUMONT-KALEE ST[RE"H°NIC SOUND A Member of the British Optical & Precision Engineers' Group 1
02 December 1954 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England