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1. The Exhibitor May-Aug 1948

... . Peabody and the Mermaid", which was scheduled for the Hollywood. Ned Depinet, RKO executive vice-president, recently presented a 16mm. Ampro sound projector to the Unitarian Church, Erie, Pa., in commemoration of his father, who was a charter member of the church ...

2. The Exhibitor Jun-Oct 1943

... ; Jack Bellman, Buf- "Mission" In News BOSTON—A Unitarian minister and another picket were arrested last week in front of the Paramount as they, and others, protested against the showing of Warners’ “Mission To Mos¬ cow.” Previously the Boston City Council had demanded that the film not be ...

3. The Exhibitor Jun-Nov 1941

... . A box-office minded minister placed the following ad in the newspaper: “Lawrence Unitarian Church, Jackson and Haverhill Streets; Reverend Felix D. Lion, Minister, Sermon on the Movie ‘Meet John Doe’ a modern parallel to the ministry of Jesus; 11 A. M. Everybody welcome.” Rev ...

4. The Exhibitor Nov 1943-May 1944

... ’ Club of America, National Probation Association, National Office of Episcopal Church, YMCA, Kiwanis International, National Unitarian Church, Community Chests, and Councils, Inc., New York State Depart¬ ment of Social Welfare ...

5. The Exhibitor Jun-Oct 1939

... . EDITH HARVEY, one time districter, is again gracing the district. NORMAN PORETSKY is vacationing at pres¬ ent, with companion HERB ZEIDEL, Imperial. Poretsky is from Wholesome Film. He went recently to the Isle of Shoals, to run a film for the Unitarian Laymen’s League ...

6. The Exhibitor Nov 1941-May 1942

... .” . . . We heard a license was sought for burlesque at the Embassy, dark for months. Despite endorsement of many ministers here for “One Foot In Heaven,” Century, the Rev. Davis Rhys Williams, pastor of the First Unitarian Church, devoted his Sunday sermon to lambasting the film. The ...