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THE BIOSCOPE

THE BIOSCOPE

JUNE 24, 1931 Suitability : For good class houses, Selling Angles : Isobel Elsom and strong cast ; the dramatic interest of the story. Plot : Roxane Paget devotes herself to society and pleasure with little regard for the wishes of her husband, who would prefer a quieter life. A
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE BIOSCOPE

THE BIOSCOPE

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24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
WELCOM B

WELCOM B

WELCOM Vek Some characteristic impressions of prominent personalities at Brighton this week, by Peter WELCOME. f, I - I VI f - Ny 1 - \ 0 \'+' ALD . ...)•C • THON P5Ol (---------,>. e l l fp .pf_s% tp..l, ,/ R • 'S4 7 11l 5 l/: 1 S 4 cof JUNE 24, 1931
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE BIOSCOPE

THE BIOSCOPE

24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
At the C.E.A. Meetings

At the C.E.A. Meetings

What the Northern Branch Wins "A" Films Dispute That the Newcastle authorities had made an effort to emulate Liverpool in reference to the admission of children under 16 years of age to cinemas when an "A" film was being shown, was reported upon at the monthly meeting of the Nor
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Anomalous Position

Anomalous Position

With regard to the censorship of posters by the Chief Constable, E. J. HINGE drew attention to the anomalous position which existed at present under this regulation. In some cases, he said, there were exhibitors who considered certain posters to be beyond criticism and had conse
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
in West Lancs

in West Lancs

Most of the time at the monthly meeting of the West Lancashire Branch, held at Morecambe on Tuesday, June 16th, was taken up by a discussion on servicing charges and the cost of spares for talking picture equipment. Attention was called to the easier conditions that obtained in
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE BIOSCOPE

THE BIOSCOPE

lea ving the next run second run, even though some of the first runs extended over seven or ten days. When an exhibitor showed a film for ten days there was no money left in the town for the second run exhibitor . In his opinion, the period of the first run should be clearly sta
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
S.O. Bill to Kent

S.O. Bill to Kent

The PRESIDENT (Reg. V. Crow) outlined the present Position of the Sunday Performances Bill to members of the Kent Branch at their monthly meeting at Broadmead House on June 12th, when HARRY QUINTON was in the chair. Several meetings of the Joint Committee had been held to deal w
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
The Question

The Question

G. G. BAUM : Do exhibitors want Sunday opening ? The CHAIRMAN said there were certain influences at work in Leicester that, as soon as it was made legal, would force the issue. Was Mr. Baum referring to managers or directors ? Unfortunately they did not get sufficient evidence w
24 June 1931 - The Bioscope - London, London, England