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1. Boxoffice Apr-Jun 1963

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... — even the old B-movies, hacked beyond impact, and in- terrupted every few minutes for commer- cials—are still your best entertainment. “And television gets its biggest audience of the year when the Motion Picture Acad- emy presents its Oscars ...

2. Boxoffice Jan-Mar 1962

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... . Slugs from the Academy Award kit were used on newspaper ads starting seven days in advance, and the Academy Award trailer was used on the screen three weeks in ad- vance, plugging the contest, $200 in prizes, etc. The Motion Picture Theatr Is Always Your Best Entertainment bee the Oscar-Cast Tomorrow Night 9 ...

3. Boxoffice Apr-Jun 1961

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... . DeWitt, who is 67, said he plans to keep adding to that total right along while he enjoys his retirement because he still be- lieves movies are “your best entertainment.” Chicago Subrun Group Asks Advertising Help CHICAGO ...

4. Boxoffice Oct-Dec 1940

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... , don’t forget, try to make the public believe that “Motion pictures are your best entertainment” by way of SRO business everywhere! William Haggins, usher at the Loew’s- Poli. has been upped to assistant chief of service at that theatre, succeeding Sid- ney S ...

5. Boxoffice Apr-Jun 1939

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... . The Happy Tots Columbia (Color Rhapsody) 6V2 Mins. A sprightly Technicolor cartoon which should appeal to youngsters. Believe it or not, the king’s proclamation asserts “Movies Are Your Best Entertainment ...

6. Boxoffice Apr-Jun 1939

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... ‘your best entertainment.’ The films, the article continues, “are great beginnings. Seeing them impresses one with the vast potentialities inherent in Hollywood. Now that we have seen how great the screen can be, it will not be so easy to please the public with shoddy and banal trivia ...

7. Boxoffice Apr-Jun 1939

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... . MAURICE KANN Editor-in-chief LOUIS RYDELL Advertising Manager KILLED BY INERTIA B ACK in the days when the current excitement, such as it was, swung around the Motion Pictures Are Your Best Entertainment drive, one of the outgrowths was a series of discussions dealing with the need for a central committee to pretty this industry's front with the public ...

8. Boxoffice Jan-Mar 1939

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... !” . . . And from Leonard Mendlowitz of the American Jewish Out- look (Pittsbui’gh) : “1938 will be remem- bered as the year when the movies had to resort to a contest to compete with Bank Night and Bingo. ‘Movies are your best entertainment ...

9. Boxoffice Jan-Mar 1939

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... “motion pictures are your best entertainment.” But he regarded the effect of the movie quiz contest in itself on screen fans as “generally bad.” the offering of a spec- tacular inducement to attend the theartes being “poor psychology ...

10. Boxoffice Jan-Mar 1939

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... ,” showing at the Orpheum here this week, from doing so well with Independent Exhibitors of Iowa and Nebraska. That one word is a sarcastic “maybe” which Fidler attached to the Motion Pic- tures’ Greatest Year’s first slogan, “Movies Are Your Best Entertainment ...