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1. The Exhibitor Jun-Oct 1939

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... .” MERLE GILKS, Worcester, is subbing in E. M. Loew’s Universalist Marlboro. Modern, managed by ALFRED F. WINSTON, and Marlboro, managed by JAMES T. Mc- MANUS, entertained hundreds of boys at special performances during Boys Week. Haverhill M. and P ...

2. Motion Picture Magazine Aug 1917-Feb 1918

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... ." Look up April 1917 Classic. E. A. J.—You might write the photogra- phers. A picture of Billie Burke in Febru- ary and July 1916 Classic. EILEEN SEDGWICK IS THE LATEST UNIVERSALIST TO CATCH THE EQUESTRIENNE FEVER ...

3. Exhibitors Herald Apr-Jun 1920

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... . Such persons, and they make up the reading element of theatredom, will be interested in the following account. "Broken Blossoms," D. W. Griffith's United Artists' production, was recently exhibited at the Universalist church, Bridgeport, Conn ...

4. Variety December 1954

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... . An Otis Skinner Memorial plaque has been presented to the Universalist Church here by the actor’s daughter, Cornelia Otis Skinner. Skinner’s father and grandfather were ministers in the Universalist Church, and the star spent his last days in Woodstock ...

5. Motion Picture News Jan-Feb 1919

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... . Dean Ellenwood, Universalist Minister. At his church, for the evening of Sunday, November 17, a " war " lecture by a celebrated California educator was booked. A great mass meeting was planned for the Congregational church to have a prominent Chicago judge for attraction ...

6. The Exhibitor Aug-Nov 1948

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... ¬ ing Company, West Reading, and chair¬ man of the board, Church of Our Father, Universalist, offered a plan for eliminating some of the “undesirables” as motion pic¬ ture fare for children among the offerings of Reading theatres in a letter to the editor of The Reading Times ...

7. Boxoffice Jul-Sep 1947

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... . First Universalist Church, Nashua, N. H. Ohe Jewish ... says.. ”... MOM AND DAD was produced with a genuineness that such a subiect requires. I am convinced the picture teaches the need for social hygiene education ...

8. Photoplay Jul - Dec 1936

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... . Both of them taught me carefully the militant rhythms of American drum technique. Mother was a soloist in the Church of the Transfiguration. Father sang bass in the Universalist Church." And standing beside the family square piano while his mother's fingers raced over the yellow keys Nelson learned that the flooding melody that sounded within the rosewood box had its basis in a special science ...

9. The Film Daily Jul-Dec 1929

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... . Rivoli, may blossom out as a legit, producer one of these days. He has in mental process a murder play—oh, yes, it has a new twist— to be done in collaboration with a newspaper man War- ren Nolan, of United Artists, went to Chicago Friday to attend the Illinois-Army football game Henry Bate, genial Universalist, relates ...

10. Moving Picture World Nov-Dec 1926

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... . He also made a big hook-up with a chain store grocery, which used 25,000 paper bags specially printed. Many Qood Ideas for The Flaming Frontier Andy Sharick, Universalist, sat in with the Eckel theatre, Syracuse, N. Y ...