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THE BIOSCOPE

THE BIOSCOPE

JUNE 21, 1931 Latest Twickenham procuct revor ,1) " The Lyons Mail,' 1 successful version of th( a 1 I 1 3
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
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Austin Trevor (4) and Richard Cooper, ' will be ready for trade show shortly
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE BIOSCOPE

THE BIOSCOPE

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24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Technical News and 'otes

Technical News and 'otes

Hepworth Stretched Negatives The expectations aroused by the preliminary notice concerning the Hepworth " stretched " negative process were more than satisfied on Friday last when the first public demonstration of the new system was given at the Gaumont British Theatre. The film
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
New Fidelytone Anti-Background System

New Fidelytone Anti-Background System

Incidentally, the sound - of this film had been recorded on the new Fidelytone Antibackground Sound Track and was the first public or trade demonstration of the system. It is claimed for this track that it gives a total elimination of ground noise and that it does not necessitat
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
MODERN CINEMA TECHNIQUE

MODERN CINEMA TECHNIQUE

Smart Publicity Those who have followed THE BIOSCOPE advertising pages must have noticed with amusement some of the clever captions which have accompanied the Ship Carbon advertisements. Anyone with advertising experience will appreciate how barren a topic carbon is for a copywr
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE HYSLOP FILM SPLICER

THE HYSLOP FILM SPLICER

Hardened steel guillotine blades. Scraper blade has four edges thus giving four times the life, and can be easily and cheaply renewed when worn. Film guides and presser plates of GUNMETAL, not cast iron. Simple PRICE in operation and perfectly accurate. Joins E 5 17 6 can be mad
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Intermittents Must Go

Intermittents Must Go

The striking pin must always strike the walls of the cross at the same points. Also that one pin must strike for every picture shift. The consequent wear must inevitably result in a certain amount of play arising after a few months running. This play is of such a nature that it
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Advantages of the Powers Movement

Advantages of the Powers Movement

Against the one pin of the Maltese Cross movement, the Powers intermittent has four, each of which is fitted with a loose sleeve of very hard steel. As these sleeves are loose, they rotate freely on the pins, and so always present different surfaces to the striking cash• Further
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
MODERN CINEMA TECHNIQUE NON-INTERMITTENT PROJECTORS . . . .

MODERN CINEMA TECHNIQUE NON-INTERMITTENT PROJECTORS . . . .

MODERN CINEMA TECHNIQUE NON-INTERMITTENT PROJECTORS . . . As recent issues of THE BIOSCOPE have shown, there are indications from several parts of the world of a revival of interest in the continuous projector. By continuous I do not mean constantly running, but nonintermittent p
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England