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04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE BIOSCOPE

THE BIOSCOPE

Heather Thatcher makes her Hollywood debut in "But the Flesh Is Weak "—screen version of "The Truth Game"— in which Robert Montgomery stars. Compatriots of Miss Heather in the cast are Fred Kerr and C. Aubrey Smith M-G-M are now running provincial trade shows of this offering. d
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
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The Independent Film Trade Paper (FOUNDED BY JOHN CABOURN) Faraday House, 8-10, Charing Cross Road, London, W.C. 2. MAY 4, 1932
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
British Films for Sweden

British Films for Sweden

Cecil Cattermoul, the British representative of Svensk Filmindustri, the most powerful company in Sweden, has just concluded an agreement with British European Film Corporation, Ltd., for distribution of the British & Dominion films throughout Sweden.
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Hugh Findlay's New

Hugh Findlay's New

Post G-B Studio Publicity Michael Balcon, General Manager of Productions for Gaumont-British, announces that Hugh Findlay has been appointed publicity manager to the Gaumont-British Production units, and as such will be responsible for publicity at both the Shepherd's Bush Studi
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
TALK OF THE TRADE

TALK OF THE TRADE

Putting on the Ritz—W.E.: I ,500—Hushed Home Voices— Propaganda for Whom ?—Thank You FARADAY HOUSE, May 4, 1932 includes, incidentally, replacement installations of 289 sets of other makes which proved unsatisfactory to the exhibitors concerned. Truly a record to be pleased abou
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Western Electric's

Western Electric's

1,500 th British Installation In quite another way the Edgware Ritz makes history, for it is the 1,500 th British theatre to be wired with Western Electric sound apparatus. The occasion was celebrated by a special luncheon given by the directors of Western Electric at the Savoy
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE CAST ANALYSIS

THE CAST ANALYSIS

Story and Dialogue Direction .. . 12% out of 20% 15% 20% Acting .... 18% 20 6 / 0 Recording and Photography 15% „ 20% General Appeal 15% „ 20% 75% 100%
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
D. A. Clarke Smith . . Margot Grahame Moira Lynd _ _ Lord Alan Sevington Suitability : For the easily convinced and lightly amused ; otherwise just quota.

D. A. Clarke Smith . . Margot Grahame Moira Lynd _ _ Lord Alan Sevington Suitability : For the easily convinced and lightly amused ; otherwise just quota.

D. A. Clarke Smith . . Margot Grahame Moira Lynd Lord Alan Sevington Suitability : For the easily convinced and lightly amused ; otherwise just quota. Edgar Norfolk Irving Asher risks a charge of plagiarising the story of a certain London night club " Queen." Such licence, which
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
ANALYSIS 5% out of 20% 9% ~ 20%

ANALYSIS 5% out of 20% 9% ~ 20%

ANALYSIS 5% out of 20% 9 % ~ 20% Story and Dialogue Direction .... Acting .... 14% Photography and Recording 10% General Appeal 8 % 20 6. 20% 20% 46% ~ 100% W. H. M
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England