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5.0 Campaign

5.0 Campaign

The reported on The first stages of the campaign to press for smbstantial reductions of Sunday contributions in the branoh area. S. C. Mius .(ABO regional controller) suggested that the branch should submit percentage figures only in referring to reductions made in other areas,
11 May 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
KINEMATOCRAPH WEEKLY: 11

KINEMATOCRAPH WEEKLY: 11

11 May 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
New Films at a Glance

New Films at a Glance

Title and Renter. R.T. and Certificate.
11 May 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Box-Office Angle. Average filler fol Popular halls (C). Doubtful booking, way for the ge run of halls (NC). Third-rate "horse

Box-Office Angle. Average filler fol Popular halls (C). Doubtful booking, way for the ge run of halls (NC). Third-rate "horse

opera' (CC). Usable series "support (CC). Good title " thick-ear for the masses an youngsters (CC). Very good light bookil (CC). Outstanding risk (NC).
11 May 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Picho

Picho

May 11, 1950 with Frank Orth • Sara Haden • Queenie Smith Chick Chandler Jimmy Conlin Screenplay by Mil., VADNAY • Based on a Story by Ted Allen • Produced by George Pal • Directed by Irving A GEORGE PAL PRODUCTION INC. for Eagle Lion (Hollywood) Studios .... --41111111111111 P
11 May 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
HOME OFFICE ACQUITS INDUSTRY OF BLAME FOR JUVENILE DELINQUENCY " U," "A" and "H" Categories "Should Be Discontinued"

HOME OFFICE ACQUITS INDUSTRY OF BLAME FOR JUVENILE DELINQUENCY " U," "A" and "H" Categories "Should Be Discontinued"

THE kinema has no primary responsibility for delinquency or moral laxity in children, which are due to deeper and subtler issues. This view is expressed in the report of the Departmental Committee on Children and the Cinema published this week. The committee feels, however, that
11 May 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
"EVERYTHING DEPENDS ON TAX "-RANK June Foreseen as Vital Month

"EVERYTHING DEPENDS ON TAX "-RANK June Foreseen as Vital Month

ARTHUR RANK, who art, • rived at Southampton on Thursday after a two months' visit to the United States, told reporters that it was very difficult to say what his production plans would be until he knew just what the Government was going to do. Until the Finance Bill was finally
11 May 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Open-Air Trailers

Open-Air Trailers

WITH a 16-mm. projector, fitted with lens, Pat Walshaw projects specially prepared trailers on to a 2Co-ft. screen on the front of the Trocadero, Elephant and , Castle.. The projector is . . the first floor orabuilding opposite. - 7rhe trailers. consisting of plain black. and wh
11 May 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
"Prince Baloo" found a number of interested 'spectators when he toured the Finsbury Park and Elephant and Castle districts of

"Prince Baloo" found a number of interested 'spectators when he toured the Finsbury Park and Elephant and Castle districts of

London, and demonstrated his strength by tear. ing in half copies of the London Telephone directory. It was a stunt jointly arranged by P. Walshaw of the Trotoder°, Elephant and Castle, and E. L. Groves, Rink, Finsbury Park, for AFRICA SCREAMS (VA) Desert Victory: A. Gray, Super
11 May 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Edinburgh Withdraws Sign Switch Regulations

Edinburgh Withdraws Sign Switch Regulations

As a result of a petition by the Electrical Sign Manufacturers' Association, the Edinburgh Corporation has decided to withdraw from their order now before Parliament a clause which was intended to make statutory in Edinburgh certain regulations of the Institution of Electrical E
11 May 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England