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1. Motion Picture Daily Oct-Dec 1938

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... . . . proof that movies are your best entertainment. "// / Were King" Los Angeles Examiner —One of the best adventure stories that has been released by any studio in a long time. Warner Men Transferred Wilmington, Oct. 10. — A. J ...

2. Motion Picture Daily Oct-Dec 1938

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... pro- ficiently by Irving Pichell, through use of a film camera. In the dialogue, incidentally, and belonging there, is a speech which goes, "Remember— motion pictures are your best entertainment." The story by G. Carleton Brown and Emanuel Manheim and screen- play by Alex Gottlieb is a smooth tale about a crook who covets an honestly operated gambling ship, the girl who owns it, the officer who masquerades as ...

3. Motion Picture Daily Jan-Mar 1939

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... !" HEDY LAMARR "A delightful entertainment experience! BOSTON TRANSCRIPT "It's easy to agree that motion pictures are your best entertainment!" TYRONE POWER "You'll join in the tears and the cheers! 1 N. Y. JOURNAL-AMERICAN "One of the screen's finest achievements! Inspired cheers ...

4. Motion Picture Daily Apr-Jun 1940

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... . Expressing his own opinion, he said, "I abhor duals." He de- scribed the use of giveaways as "dis- graceful," but defended their use. Citing the value of the 1938 cam- paign stressing the slogan, "Motion pictures are your best entertainment," Skouras suggested the establishment of a committee of advertising depart- ment heads to ...

5. Motion Picture Daily Jul-Sep 1956

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... began "to go steady," motion brass came up with a slogan, "Movies are your best entertainment." SOoooo along comes NTA prexy Ely Landau who agrees 100 per cent with that statement, but adding the words "when you see them on your tv screens ...