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ANALYSIS

ANALYSIS

Story and Dialogue .... 15% out of 20% Direction .... 10% ~ 20% Acting .... 18% ~ 20% Recording and Photography 16% „ 20% General Appeal ... 16% „ 20% „ 100%
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
COMING TRADE SHOWS

COMING TRADE SHOWS

LONDON THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1932 Five Shorts Wardour Mr. Bill, the Conqueror Pathe FRIDAY, MAY 1932 The Wet Parade M.-G.-M. MONDAY, MAY 9, 1932 Six Shorts Wardour.. File 113 Gaumont Vanity Fair Gaumont TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1932 The Man I Killed Paramount. Lena Rivers Gaumont Hell's Hous
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
ENGAGEMENTS WANTED

ENGAGEMENTS WANTED

C HIEF OPERATOR ELECTRICIAN—Western Electric and other systems ; long experience silent and sound ; open immediately. —6B, Wells Road, Nottingham. 1335 MANAGER.—West End (married), desires larger theatre, in London, Provinces or South Coast. Firm believer in discipline, efficien
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
 
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
 
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
 
THE BIOSCOPE

THE BIOSCOPE

Bobbie The Frog Harry Evans The Patriarch Robert Thornton Margaret. Thornton Nikko Henry Holmes Heram Higgins Betty ... Robert Coogan John Wray Ned Sparks Hobart Bosworth .... Lloyd Hughes ... Virginia Bruce BOris Karloff Irving Pichel Frank Darien Florine McKennev Suitability :
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE BIOSCOPE Recognising Faults in Sound

THE BIOSCOPE Recognising Faults in Sound

Fascinating 8.T.-H. Demonstrations to Projectionists' Guild The last meeting of the Headquarters Court was held at Boltons Cinema, South Kensington, on Sunday, when a most fascinating and practical lecture on sound equipment and sound quality was given by F. W. Campbell, A.M.1.E
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
WANTED

WANTED

E are in want of a nice " show on the South Coast, for a special and highly esteemed client who has made a comfortable fortune out of his cinemas in the Midlands, and who wishes to retire to live in the South of England. An immediate deal " is assured the right thing ; so if you
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Same Faults Damonstrated

Same Faults Damonstrated

Test films showing the effect of over and under printing, of dubbing, of the optical slit being tilted out of true relation to the direction of travel of the film, of the optical slit being incorrectly adjusted laterally, of defects in the mechanical filter drive to the constant
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England