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"WHITE HEAT "

"WHITE HEAT "

Offered by : Graham Wilcox. Directed by : Thomas Bentley. Length : 7,000 feet. Release Date : March 14, 1927. Certificate: A. Type : Melodrama. Cast : Walter Butler, Juliette Compton, Wyndham Standing, Vesta Sylva, Kate Wingfield, Bertram Burleigh, George Bellamy, Estelle Brody.
09 September 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Sbi 'mEß 9, 1926 EGAL cin e lna as an Investment rhindeed difficult to explain why it is ee ,tnem

Sbi 'mEß 9, 1926 EGAL cin e lna as an Investment rhindeed difficult to explain why it is ee ,tnem

a theatre as an investment is ,7 4 lori t with trepidation by the vast of investors. Nevertheless, such Ltortentitiues to be the case, as several 451d4ltildents who have tried to realise their 7 Public limited liability companies with the provision of film enter- have found to t
09 September 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE MONEY VALUE OF STILL The Exhibitor Needs

THE MONEY VALUE OF STILL The Exhibitor Needs

I met a prominent London exhibitor recently in a British film studio and she (the exhibitor was a lady) said to me : " How is it that when I visit a studio I am shown dozens of attractive photographs of a film, but when I book it the maximum number I can obtain is eight or ten a
09 September 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
a Bigger Selection

a Bigger Selection

tion apart from the subject. Much good publicity is lost by publicity managers failing to realise this important point. To anyone who has seen a particular film, every still connected with it has a certain amount of interest. But in choosing stills for the Press, it should be bo
09 September 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
9, 1926

9, 1926

09 September 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 

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( 1 06 SEPTEMBER SELLING POINTS ANALYSED
09 September 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
" PLUCK "

" PLUCK "

W. and F. Reviewed September 17, 1925 George Walsh is the featured player in this swift-moving romance of American-Ruritanian adventure. In the supporting cast are Wanda Hawley and Tom Wilson, the negro comedian. Concentrate on the title, the name of the star, and the speedy thr
09 September 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
" ROLLING HOME "

" ROLLING HOME "

European Reviewed May 10, 1926 Reginald Denny, the delightful English actor, is the life and soul of this uproarious comedy which shows how a penniless confidence trickster makes a fortune on returning to his home town by posing as a millionaire. In the supporting cast are Mario
09 September 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
First Runs Fixed

First Runs Fixed

" Fig Leaves," which was shown a few days ago at Newcastle by Fox's territorial manager, Mr. Lawrence, has been booked to the New Pavilion for the first run in the Tyneside metropolis. The Jury-Metro-Goldwyn subject " Battling Butler " has been secured by the Queen's Hall for th
09 September 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
SEPTEMBE R 26 were those of Gainsborough, where two prodlod.els could work at once. Stolls, at Crielt: l get could

SEPTEMBE R 26 were those of Gainsborough, where two prodlod.els could work at once. Stolls, at Crielt: l get could

accommodate three producers, bert Wilcox was producing at with Dorothy Gish, Will Rogers and Keys at the moment. The Gauniont at Shepherd's Bush were in full w orking °cofTihere were also studios at Bushey Paric,ltots field, and Ideal Films' studio at Elstree, from British Natio
09 September 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England