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WALLS AND LYNN IN GREAT FORM

WALLS AND LYNN IN GREAT FORM

You must see Thark.” This film version is the funniest film yet made by Aldwych actors. Directly Mary Brough decides in the first few minutes that her house is haunted our old familiar friends are involved in a tale full of baseless —Sunday Graphic. dominions Production” THARK T
3 August 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BROWN

BROWN

AND TILS BAND. Available for Dances. Dinners, etc. Moderate terms. Special contract rates Manager: M. Hawes, 162. High-st., Acton
3 August 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GENERAL VARIETY REGISTER FOR THE GUIDANCE OF VARIETY MANAGERS VARIETY AGENTS AND CINEMA EXHIBITORS SmaU Space: ONE INSERTION 4/- THIRTEEN

GENERAL VARIETY REGISTER FOR THE GUIDANCE OF VARIETY MANAGERS VARIETY AGENTS AND CINEMA EXHIBITORS SmaU Space: ONE INSERTION 4/- THIRTEEN

INSERTIONS £2 lO O DoubleSpace: ONE INSERTION 8/- THIRTEEN INSERTIONS lO O
3 August 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TRADE shows reviewed THE ERA Week of British Films

TRADE shows reviewed THE ERA Week of British Films

~ the flne-spun theories that 'Pi sometliing in the air of Engi,..a iirevented us from producing of genuine cinematic quality s i,uttered Victor Saville’s •• i nve Wheels,” which tosses ' mortal repartees to and fro as skil.,|j|v Ernst Lubitsch himself, and o i„s pictorial epigr
3 August 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AUG. 1: VACANT HUGHES MACKLI

AUG. 1: VACANT HUGHES MACKLI

PARK 7437 fa S°d r o by ROMANO JJOYAL college of music (Incorporated by Royal Charter, « . 1883.) rinc© Consort-rd., South Kensington, 8.W.7. Pat rons t' His Majesty the King. « ~ Her Majesty the Queen. re s«dent ; H.R.H. The Prince of Wales. Sir Hugh P. Allen. K.C.V.0., «A., D.
3 August 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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DON’T BE AFRAID OF THE OPEN-AIR

DON’T BE AFRAID OF THE OPEN-AIR

By GEOFFRE TUI’ whir of cameras increases, 11. this season the year cinenapliers appear apparently I", nowhere. They pop in the „ • unexpected places-for m' h ,, one busy morning during last enthusiast with an Ensign ht l,avc been seen busily filming V, , arcfnlly chosen viewpoi
3 August 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ADMIRALS

THE ADMIRALS

Exclusive Management! Dan Fish, Ltd, Telegrams; QTf"|| I Temple C,'’ soo THEATRES CORPORATION, Ltd. COLISEUM BUILDINGS, LONDON W.C.2. Chairman <fe Managing Director t OSWALD STOLL, Secretary and Chief Accountant. OORDON WTISTS-OEPT.I Negotiations,A.D-DAVIS. Dates, LLEWE Addrau a
3 August 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GAUMONT SPORTS CLUB

GAUMONT SPORTS CLUB

Plan Big Meeting for Next Month TILE Gaumont British Sports Club are holding a big athletic meeting at their grounds at Norbury on Sundae, Sept. 4, commencing at Z p.m. Track and field events have been arranged, and the track events will be handicapped by the A.A.A. and the W.A.
3 August 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SC AR FE Laurel and Hardy at New Glib Opening THE new club and headquarters of the Screen Artists’ Federation

SC AR FE Laurel and Hardy at New Glib Opening THE new club and headquarters of the Screen Artists’ Federation

in Archer-street were opened on Wednesday last week. Instead of a formal ceremony, the organisers held dinner, which was served in the large clubroom downstairs. Dodo Watts acted as hostess, and the guests of honour were Laurel and Hardy, who were kept busy between the courses a
3 August 1932 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARTISTS WANTED

ARTISTS WANTED

•VVANTED KNOWN, an opportunity k occurs for young lady or gentleman desirous of learning Stage Manngement by practical experience to join Repertory Company. Must keen and prepared to work. Small premium required Salary after apprenticeship. A„plv "O'’ Theatre. Bridge. WANTKD, Ac
3 August 1932 - The Era - London, London, England