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THE BIOSCOPE

THE BIOSCOPE

/ _.., • ... \ \ \ \ \ l. In Fax's schedule of early trade shows is ” THE WOMAN IN kis. ROOM 13," in which Elissa Landi is supported by Ralph / Bellamy, Neil Hamilton, ,Myrna ~*,- Loy and Gilbert Roland. i 1
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE BIOSCOPE

THE BIOSCOPE

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04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
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22. WAR[

04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
GLOUCESTER HOUSE 19, CHARING LONDON, CROSS RD. W. C. 2. to

GLOUCESTER HOUSE 19, CHARING LONDON, CROSS RD. W. C. 2. to

36 YEARS' ACTUAL EXPERIENCE BACKS THE
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
To-day

To-day

Several of THE BIOSCOPE representatives, informed of the cessation of the paper, expressed a desire to convey thanks to their helpers and friends in the trade. Following are 'phone messages from some of THE BIOSCOPE representatives of long standing : James Mcßride Scotland) " It
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE BIOSCOPE

THE BIOSCOPE

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

THE CAST

Wanerley Ango Blackie Miss Gatterscombe The Major Diana Sir Gilbert Oughterson Herbert Marshall Edna Best Mignon O'Doherty Lawrence Hanray Anne Grey Athole Stewart Suitability : Excellent entertainment. A story, delightfully interpreted, which will appeal to every taste. Once ag
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE CAST

THE CAST

Ester Clay . Robert Clay Priscilla Dean Eddie Nugent John Clay Peg Harper Jack Keene Leo Druggett Suitability : Exciting story of immorality and murder, for lovers of sensation at popular halls. Though bristling with improbabilities, this picture has the merit of some well-acted
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Tests With the Photo-Cell

Tests With the Photo-Cell

The photo-electric cell is more sensitive to ultra-red than to ultra-violet light, Mr. Campbell explained. Sheets of blue and red glass were then inserted in the light beam from the arc, and, later, in the light beam between the photo-cell and exciter lamp. While the blue glass
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
INSTALLS

INSTALLS

SECURES REGINALD
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England