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1. Exhibitors Herald Mar-Jun 1924

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... 50 EXHIBITORS HERALD June 7, 1924 Frank Bums, Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla., used this for First National’s “The Enchanted Cottage.” The midgets are circus people living in Orlando. A lobby display for Norma Talmadge in “Secrets” “Song of Love” (First Nationad ...

2. Exhibitors Herald Sep-Dec 1923

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... . BURNS' display for "Rosita," United Artists, at the Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla. THE BURNS lobby lay- out for "Strangers of the Night," Metro picturiza- tion of "Captain Apple- jack." THE BEACHAM lobby as decorated for the run of Metro-Jackie Coogan feature, Long Live the King." ...

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... ; the radio message in the center was the herald that talked for the walking book (right) for the sensational hit at the Olympia, Boston. The two fronts above are (left) Beacham Theatre, Orlando, 1 Fla.. and 'right) the Strand, Milwaukee ...

4. Exhibitors Herald Jun-Sep 1925

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... . Center, left to right: Poster distributed by the Grant company in a tieup with Poli’s theatres which M. Rosenthal, Bridgeport, Conn., describes in his printed letter; ad used by Frank H. Burns, Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla., for “The Charmer ...

5. Exhibitors Herald Dec 1924-Mar 1925

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... . Howard Price Kings- more is managing director of the Howard. FRONT of the Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla., as it appeared Third Anni- versary week during the run of Paramount’s “North of 36.” Frank H. Burns’ letter about the week, with his souvenir program, was published in a recent issue ...

6. Exhibitors Herald Mar-Jun 1925

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... . Burns, advertising director, at the Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla., when Reginald Denny was featured in “Oh, Doctor.” The material was inexpensive and the idea was exclusive. JOHN CREAMER, Strand, Chillicothe, Ohio, exploited thus for “Sun- down,” First National ...

7. Motion Picture News Jan-Feb 1922

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... Orlando’s Fine New Theatre The Beacham, Opens to Public Tribune Bureau, San Juan Hotel, Orlan- do, Dec. 10— (Special).—When the first patron at the opening of the new Beecham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., walked up to the box-office and bought his ticket the Beechams Investment Com- pany had spent ...

8. Exhibitors Herald Jun-Aug 1923

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... EXHIBITORS HERALD 61 June 30, 1923 SPEAKING LOBBIES POPULAR TALKING LOBBIES are gaining popularity. They are good for two or three repetitions practically anywhere. The above, advertising First National's "Daddy," was used by the Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

9. Exhibitors Herald Dec 1923 - Mar 1924

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... ! K K K Is Coming It's Here! Kcaton's Kolossal Komedy "Our Hospitality" ASTOR Theatre NOW ABOVE: Display ad for First National's "Ashes of Ven- geance," by Frsuik H. Bums, Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

10. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1922

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... . Carpenter, Paramonnt-Empress theatre, § Salt Lake. | Eugene H. Roth, California theatre, San Fran- f cisco. | Sidney Grauman, Grauman’s theatre, Log Angeles. | Louis K. Sidney, Managing Director, William Fox | theatres, Denver. Front on “ The Old Homestead,” designed by M. F. Estes, of Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

11. Moving Picture World Nov 1920

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... in a pretty miniature set in a store which advertised that the furniture shown could be duplicated by them. Got Fine Display Of Decrepit Fords Frank H. Burns, of the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., is by no means the first to advertise for an old automobile ...

12. Moving Picture World Nov-Dec 1922

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... . Hooked the Police M. F. Estes, of the Beacham Theatre, Or- lando, Fla., used the theme of "Manslaugh- ter" to sell the police the idea of a free ad- vertisement. Every motorcycle cop in town carried a banner asking "What Is Man- slaughter ...

13. Exhibitors Herald Jun-Sep 1924

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... . Orlando, the house wife. And that is the annual Spring house cleaning. And so with the advent of Spring It IS necessary too for the Beacham Theatre to have its Spring cleaning. And this year the management has decided that it will be more than an application of soap and water, it is ...

14. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1924

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... . Note the heart-shaped foliage on the trees. No color effect is suggested, though you can guess at the peacock. Triumph Lobby Is Loud as a Whistle H. B. Vincent, of the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., told Frank H. Burns to get a good loud lobby for Triumph, and Burns turned out one that could be heard half a mile without the aid of a microphone ...

15. Exhibitor's Trade Review Jun-Aug 1923

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... . The stunt was run in connection with the Milwaukee Sentinel. SUN. & MDN. MAY 27 - 28 • Jbscf* M Sobers ' NORMA TALMADGE IN H»«»n? wrnugJgELfiS, Jackie and one of the "leads" in his support in First National's "Daddy," were featured in rather pleasing fashion at the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

16. Exhibitors Herald Mar-Jun 1924

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... ” and which worked very successfully in promot- ing advance interest. Especially the “R. S. A". P.,” which even caused some people to acknowledge the invitation. Needless to say we had splendid business on both attractions, and today r am hustling around taking care of the mobs who are storming the Beacham theatre to see Harold Lloyd in “Girl Shy ...

17. Motion Picture News Jul-Aug 1925

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... . Make it the outsanding musical hit of the town for the moment. You can do it if you give it the same concentrated exploitation you would put back of a picture. We have an example before us of how this was done at little cost by Frank Burns, the exploitation director of the Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

18. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1924

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... . Vincent of the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., who made the display Lloyd Exploitation Used Mostly Brains Figuring that costly stunts would be wasted on Harold Lloyd in Girl Shy, John B. Carroll of the Victory Theatre, Tampa, directed his energies to getting the name over, knowing that the mere announcement, if made sufficiently intensive, would bring results ...

19. Exhibitors Herald Jun-Sep 1924

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... ’em in for three days to the biggest business the Beacham theatre has ever had. Three weeks in advance we started trailers, slides, advance newspaper stories, and posted a bit of paper. We gradually enlarged on all of this until a week in advance, when we added small newspaper advertisements, plus a liberal amount of twenty-fours, sixes and threes through- out the city and many of ...

20. Moving Picture World Jan-Feb 1924

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... . Vincent got the Metro for the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., Frank H. Burns, his exploitation manager, planned a display that was an eye opener. There were skulls and crossbones all over the place, even on the top of the decidedly modern look- ing tin trunk which was supposed to be the pirate's safe deposit vault and which carried a padlock ...

21. Moving Picture World Jan-Feb 1924

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... of the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., look like an explosion in a paint factory and the business was the best of the season though this was a rush date Made Season Record with Flaming Youth Although he had to sail in on short notice ...

22. Moving Picture World Nov 1920

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... ; for fourth and fifth amber and steel blue from the same place. Steel blue remained for all encores. Next came the feature picture and the Hy Mayer cartoon as named above closed the performance. Burns Made Strogoff A Big Money Winner Hard and intelligent work made real money for the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Florida. Frank H ...

23. Motion Picture News Mar-Apr 1924

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... facilities IN the newsy little house organ published by Orlando Enterprise;, Inc., at Orlando, Fla., for the Beacham and Phillips theatre, is found an unusually sensible and straightforward appeal on the subject of children's shows, and the sort of pictures children should see ...

24. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1923

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... ) at the Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla. Long Live the George J. Schade, Sebade theatre, Sandusky. H. C. Horator, Alhambra theatre, To- ledo. Edward L. Hyman, Strand theatre, Brooklyn. The©. L. Hays, Gen. Mrt. Finklesteln & Rubin, Minneapolis. Leo A. Landau, Alhambra and Garden theatres, Milwaukee ...

25. Exhibitor's Trade Review May-Aug 1925

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... Theatre, Orlando, Florida, Frank H. Burns got out a postcard to a thousand names. The card asked the question, "I Wonder What's Become of Sally?" and advising that the Beacham would announce the answer at a later date ...

26. Motion Picture Herald Mar-Apr 1938

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... . How about keeping us posted, Scott? V HOMER BURTON FULLER, JR. is down in Orlando, Fla., managing the Beacham Theatre, one of the Sparks houses. Fuller started his career as secretary to Air. M. J. Sparks in Orlando at the Beacham Theatre ...

27. Moving Picture World Jan-Feb 1924

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... . Added a Background to His Castle Front Since he already had a castle front which had been used on several period plays, Frank H. Burns, of the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., persuaded Manager H. B. Vincent to let him add a back piece to the display when he dug it out for Ashes of Vengeance ...

28. Exhibitors Herald Apr-Jun 1922

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... . AN extreme novelty in box office dressing was installed by the Beacham theatre at Orlando, Fla., in the interests of "Pay Day," the Chaplin comedy. Beaverboard was used, of course, but unusual effect was imparted thereto by the coining of a synonym for box office which is faintly suggestive of the English term, pay box ...

29. Moving Picture World Nov 1920

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... January 8, 1927 MOVING PICTURE WORLD 137 Some Good Thoughts on Tin Hats from Out West A DISPLAY FROM FRANK BURNS ON DENNY IN TAKE IT FROM ME There Is nothing spectacular about this display from the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

30. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1923

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... . GARNER Casino Theatre, Lakeland FRANK BURNS Beacham Theatre, Orlando STANLEY C. WARRICK Beaux Arts Theatre, Palm Beach W. J. MELVIN Grand Theatre, St. Petersburg RICHMOND DORMAN Pheil Theatre, St. Petersburg RICHMOND DORMAN La Plaza Theatre, St. Petersburg C. E ...

31. Moving Picture World Nov-Dec 1926

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... hands punctuating the stills and snappy sales copy lettered where it would do the most good to the Beacham Theatre. Mr. Bums is best known for his newspaper work, but he knows lobbies, too. ...

32. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1924

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... . CU 0 emis Ideal Womanhood Gay - Fascinating Good for Programs This little chat on fillers from Frank H. Burns, of the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla.. is good stuff to run in your own house organ, if you have one, as you should ...

33. Exhibitor's Trade Review Dec 1923 - Feb 1924

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... . Vincent and exploitation director Frank H. Burns put over First National's Dulcy at the Beacham Theatre, Orlando> Florida. Only two exploitation angles, both of them exceedingly simple, were used. The morning newspaper carried the whole series of "Dulcy" cartoons, furnished by the First National publicity and adver- tising department ...

34. Moving Picture World May 1922

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... cent was gained by the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla.. by Frank H. Burns, publicity A Paramount Release FRYING PANS ARE BETTER THAN ROLLING FINS They arc the modern household ik'eapons for the rolling pins noiv are made of glass and ivill break. Frank H ...

35. Exhibitors Herald Dec 1924-Mar 1925

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... 46 EXHIBITORS HERALD February 14, 1925 WHAT SHOWMEN ARE DOING: Center—Frank Bums’ ad for “Peter Pan,” Beacham, Orlando, Fla. Up- per left, reading clockwise—New signature cut, subject of Elldred Fisher’s letter. Front cover of Peilace, Corona, Long Island, house paper ...

36. Exhibitors Herald Sep-Dec 1924

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... : Souvenir program by Forrest C. Templin meurking opening of New Duchess theatre, Warren, O. Lower right: Another of Frank Bums’ five column ads for the Beacham, Orlando, Fla. ...

37. Exhibitors Herald Mar-Jun 1924

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... ., has abandoned his original style of house organ for the four-page, 8x11 model. The result is a publication somewhat resembling Len S. Brown’s Astor theatre magazine. The first page of the first edition is given over to a big picture of Gloria Swanson and a story about her coming to the Beacham in “A Society Scandal ...

38. Moving Picture World Jan-Feb 1925

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... . Credits Payne Sending in an anniversary program for the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., Frank H. Burns, publicity director, writes: "The idea for this magazine and some of the copy was taken from a similar anniversary issue for the Kentucky Theatre, Lexington, Ky. Mr ...

39. Exhibitors Herald Mar-Jun 1924

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... 56 EXHIBITORS HERALD May 3, 1924 ■frrmxotm. Mm t PICIRE SALE Eeaciuun Theatre Prices The Beacham and Phillips Theatres Offer for Your Approval Phillips' Theatre Prices MATINEE EVENING A BIG BARGAIN MONTH \t l^ra — 0not ...

40. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1924

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... . Any- how, it got the free use of a bannered car, so why worry ? Covered Wagon Is Circus Ballyhooed Prank H. Burns, advertising manager of the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Florida, writes that he actually jammed them in to the limit of the fire laws when he played The Covered Wagon in July for three days ...

41. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1924

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... . B. O. accessories department? Don't despise old stunts just because they are old. A good old stunt, fixed up a little will look as good as new. Look at your box ■ office record. That is the test. Figures Hooking up to the stockings gave the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

42. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1925

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... ; in which he is very fortunate. Another Qood Idea From the Beacham A poor advertisement from the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., would be more of a novelty than a good one, for Frank H. Burns has trained the compositors to help him real- ize his white space ideas, so he gets large values from small space investments ...

43. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1925

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... . Burns, of the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., trims his cuts to get his white space, but he uses the entire First National three-column cut on Sally in this three nines. He did so much advance sell- ing on this picture that he does not require much ...

44. Exhibitors Herald World Apr-Jun 1929

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... . Capitol theatre, Charleston, W. Va. First National Pictures, Durban, Cal. Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation, Hollywood, Cal. Washington Street Olympia theatre, Bos- ton, Mass. Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla. Majestic theatre, San Antonio, Tex ...

45. Exhibitors Herald Mar-Jun 1925

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... . Welcome to the circle. (And is that the correct spelling of the name?) Bums Sends a Pack of Ideas FRANK H. BURNS, Beacham the- atre, Orlando, Fla., recently elected president of the Orlando Ad Club, writes: Thomas Meighan was not in Orlando and not within a hundred miles of Orlando, but when the Beacham theatre booked “Coming Through ...

46. Exhibitors Herald Dec 1923 - Mar 1924

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... . Brown, Astor theatre, St. Paul. ]\Iinn. Personal Appeal Registers The personal element was re- tained by Frank H. Burns, Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla., for hts cam- paign on "Human Wreckage," and big business was enjoyed. Mr. Burns writes: THEATRE EDITOR. E.xhjbitors - Her.\ld ...

47. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1922

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... . Kissimmee Casino Theatre, Lakeland Beacham Theatre, Orlando Philips Theatre, Orlando Temple Theatre, Perry Jefferson Theatre, St. Augustine Grand Theatre, St. Petersburg Pheil Theatre, St. Petersburg La Plaza Theatre, St ...

48. Exhibitors Herald Mar-Jun 1925

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... . SPENCER, Capitol theatre, Montreal, Can. N. L. ROYSTER, Temple theatre, Bir- mingham, Ala. H. BROWNING, Olympia theatre. New Haven, Conn. FRANK H. BURNS, Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla. J. C. WODETSKY, Liberty theatre, Terre Haute, Ind ...

49. Exhibitors Herald Oct-Dec 1922

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... . The width and height of the proscenium opening must balance with the arrange- ment of the auditorium portion of the BEACHAM THEATRE, Orlando, Fla., showing a stucco finish utilized over fire- safe concrete and steel construction ...

50. Motion Picture News Jul-Aug 1922

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... 208 Motion Picture Nevus Simple Mechanical Movement For Lobby Attracts Attention and Business N r OTHIXG attracts more attention in a lobby than a mechanical or moving display. Frank H. Burns of the Beacham theatre used a lobby display which embodied con- siderable action and which brought him, he claims, twenty-five per cent, additional busi- ness ...

51. Motion Picture News May-Jun 1922

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... .” “Pay Day” Advertised by Pay Office W HEN they called it the “ Pay Of- fice ” they didn’t specify who paid. The foregoing statement can be taken as a good indication of why Man- ager Bums found solace in his box office at the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., when he played “ Pay Day ...

52. Exhibitors Herald Mar-Jun 1924

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... 40 EXHIBITORS HERALD May 24, 1924 | ^ucnoN ANDOS PREMIERE ! ^ Cecil DtHilleiGreatest Pr««t.^ A CiC/l 8 ^ Cfc/i ^cnoN Mjliorvil Relpddp Date iKawiny of Cecil B.DeNille'i PrT/urtlOrt FRANK H. BURNS’ display for “Triumph” at Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

53. Motion Picture News Sep-Oct 1922

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... Attractive lobby prepared on '‘Smilin’ Through” at the Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla., including trellis, cut-out head of star, poster frames and potted palms Replica of New York Theatre Used as Window Display Toledo, Ohio ...

54. Motion Picture News Jan-Feb 1924

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... . B. Vincent, manager of theatres in Or- lando, Fla., put over a campaign for " Human Wreckage " at the Beacham theatre, assisted by Frank H. Burns, exploitation director, which he describes as follows: " Three weeks in advance special personal letters were sent out to all the prominent peo- ple of this city and also numerous others through the state whose names are contained on the inside front page of the press book ...

55. Showmen's Trade Review Apr-Jun 1939

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... . Harding, Grand Theatre, Wilmington Reese 3. Harrington, Reese Theatre, Harrington FLORIDA Frank B. Sparrow, State Theatre, Cocoa Hal Kopplin, Wometco Theatres, Miami Malcolm Miller, Prince Theatre, Pahokee Ben Berryman, Beacham Theatre, Orlando GEORGIA P. E ...

56. Motion Picture News May-Jun 1925

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... . 1 hey will be described elsewhere in this department. Judging from the material, Huntsville has a live theatre. C. L. Hackworth is proprietor of the Grand, and the Jefferson as well. FRANK H. BURNS, exploitation director of the Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

57. Motion Picture News Sep-Oct 1922

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... . Locomotive Ballyhoo for “The Crossroads of New York" Orlando, Fla.-—Manager M. F. Estes of the Beacham theatre built a beaver board loco- motive over a small auto truck for a ballyhoo on “ The Crossroads of New York ...

58. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1923

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... ) teas prepared at the Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla., by H. B. Vincent, manager of theatre, and Frank H. Burns, exploitation director ...

59. Moving Picture World Oct 1922

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... . Estes, of the Beacham Theatre, Or- lando. Fla., copied the locomotive built by the Pasadena Theatre for "The Crossroads Tied State Beauty to Theatre Stunts Recently one of the Des Moines' papers held a contest for queen of the State Fair and the ...

60. Motion Picture News Apr - Jun 1928

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... . Hooton, manager of the theatre, presented the prizes and told the crowd plenty about the next week's show. A typical specimen of the attractive lobby displays which Frank H. Burns arranges for his at- tractions at the Beacham Theatre in Orlando, Fla ...

61. Motion Picture News Jan - Mar 1927

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... . Hooton, manager of the theatre, presented the prizes and told the crowd plenty about the next week's show. A typical specimen of the attractive lobby displays tvhich Frank H. Burns arranges for his at- tractions at the Beacham Theatre in Orlando, Fla ...

62. Exhibitors Herald Sep-Dec 1924

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... . You will note that at present I am here in Bradentown, but my permanent address is the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Florida, and I will be back there in a few weeks I think. H. E. Jameyson, Miller Theatrical Enterprises, Wichita, Kans., sent Mr ...

63. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1924

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... . Makes Effective Ad From the Press Book Frank H. Burns,' of the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., used press book material for a display on The Dawn of a Tomorrow, which was used for the reopening of the house after a brief shut-down for renova- tion ...

64. Moving Picture World Nov-Dec 1926

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... . Burns sends in an advertisement for Puppets at the Beacham Theatre, Or- SIMPLE AND GOOD lando, Fla., that is little more than a two column cut in a three column frame. He figures that Sills should sell himself ...

65. Exhibitors Herald Mar-Jun 1925

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... . Got serial started off with a bang and I think it will hold up fine. Those houses which play a combina- tion of road shows and pictures, such as our Beacham theatre, should be inter- ested in this. The largest department store in Or- lando has a fine victrola department. When we played “Little Jessie James ...

66. Moving Picture World Jan-Feb 1925

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... . This seems to be a square bottomed cut, so all of the mat- ter on the right is clear gain. Unusual Placement Helps These Cuts Frank H. Burns gets a different sort of advertisement for the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

67. Moving Picture World Jan-Feb 1925

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... mind mixed meta- phors. Rates for Names Not expecting to do a lot of business the week before Christmas, Frank H. Burns, of the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., put on a special matinee rate for Meighan in "Tongues of Flame ...

68. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1924

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... . Remakes Old Lobby for the Lady Lilies Figuring that Flaming Youth and Lilies of the Field had much in common, Frank H. Burns, Advertising Manager of the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., dug out his futuristic lobby, adding a nicely painted sign that very appropriately suggests a Sunday School card, since the letter is a verse from Psalms, the "Consider the lilies of the field ...

69. Motion Picture News Nov-Dec 1922

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... . Clarke stressed the starting hours, and the large clock shown emphasises this point M. F. Estes, exploitation representative of the Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla., arranged this blacksmith shop lobby on “Human Hearts.” His hoop exploitation is shown in the foreground ...

70. Motion Picture News Sep-Oct 1922

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... October 21, 1922 2025 Beaver board lobby display over front of Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla., prepared by Manager Vincent on "Grandma’s Boy.’’ Fire-Trucks Aid Campaign on “The Storm’' at Frisco San Francisco, Cal.—Manager F. A ...

71. Moving Picture World Nov 1920

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... . Burns, exploitation man for the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., sold the High School the idea of coming down to the theatre to do a little ballyhoo. The team was invited to come as guests of the management, but the student body paid full price ...

72. Moving Picture World Jan-Feb 1926

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... . MOhf/tOE ATOS fifiaoiM CONTINUOUS FROM M AKtollRH ia~— Makes Three Column Fit Into the Four Most managers who used this three col- umn cut on Graustark used it for a three column space. Frank H. Burns, of the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

73. Moving Picture World Sep-Oct 1924

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... $4,000 increase represents only a small fraction of the good actually done the houses. Milt writes that the stunt is the best they Manager Now Frank H. Burns, for a long time advertising manager for the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

74. Moving Picture World Jan-Feb 1924

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... . Vincent, of the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., played the organ. He didn't play it himself, but he made his organist, Herman F. Siewert, the star, even over the film, which was Barthelmess in The Fighting Blade ...

75. Moving Picture World Nov-Dec 1923

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... 702 MOVING PICTURE WORLD December 22, 1923 A Successful Fight Against Competition Frank H. Burns, exploitation man for the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., had a real fight on his hands when they came to play Jackie Coogan in Circus Days ...

76. Moving Picture World Nov 1920

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... . Made Black Pirate Break All Records Frank H. Burns broke a complete set of records at the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., with The Black Pirate. It didn’t just happen. Hard work did it. The campaign started with a shadow box in the foyer which later was moved to the lobby ...

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... 12 First National Franchise Issued Monthly DIRECTION. S'G SAMUELS MANAGEMENT. W. C PATTERSON Metropolitan ^heatre Atlanta, Ga. December 20, 19 2 3 Asst. 1st National Pictures, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia. Attn. - Mr-> C. R. Beacham Dear Sir: About a year ago the Metropolitan Theatre cancelled the First National Franchise, end during the year of 1923 operated on an open market ba- sis ...

78. Exhibitors Herald Sep-Dec 1923

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... . Wins Without Press Book Non-arrival of the accustomed press book doesn't greatly disturb the really well informed and cap- able theatreman, as witness the fol- lowing letter from Frank H. Burns, Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

79. Moving Picture World Jan-Feb 1924

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... . It is by no means the Gar- rick's best. Type Complements Well Done Cuts There is a nice handling of type matter it this six tens from the Beacham Theatre Orlando, Fla. At first look it might seem that some six-point matter has been tucked into the space just because there was room, and it might be argued that white space would be better ...

80. Moving Picture World Nov 1920

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... . Layout Can Alter Apparent Height If you could put these two examples from Frank H. Burns, of the Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla., side by side, it would appear that one is at least an inch higher than the other and yet both are three tens ...

81. Motion Picture News Jan-Mar 1929

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... ?" and he looked puzzled since the assembled group had devoted nearly two hour- to "slid])'" talk. "We mean this—\vc have debated mergers, alli- ances, theatre circuit-, executive changes, censorship and Wall Street, but we haven't given a moment to the one subject that is more important to the present and ...

82. Moving Picture World Sep-Oct 1925

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... . And if you read it and if you ever go to the pictures, it is a cinch you saw this one, providing that you Strong Display in This Limited Area Frank H. Burns sends in some more samples from the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Start ...

83. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1924

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... . First National is doing excellent work in its art department, but this is above the aver- age. « Too Much Selling May Lose Interest It would seem that there is too much sell- ing talk to this space from the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

84. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1924

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... . Start early enough to get a double truck. It can be done in the smaller towns where a page is an accomplishment in Pitts- burgh even in a locality sheet. White Space Frame Supplements a Cut Frank H. Burns used little more than the press book cut for A Society Scandal at the STARTS TOMORROW A Paramount Release A POPULAR CUT Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

85. Moving Picture World Nov 1920

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... . Using Roman between the cut and the bold face below gives addi- tional prominence to both. This is a good example of a single space that gets over— outside the streaks. Frank Burns Frames Buster’s Big Battle Frank Burns, of the Beacham theatre, Or- lando, Fla ...

86. Moving Picture World Mar-Apr 1925

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... . Two Displays of Unusual Interest Two advertisements from Frank H. Burns, of the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla., very markedly show the advantage of a big attrac- tor over a group cut. Both displays are good, but the attention value of the large figure is greatly in excess of the smaller one, though this is only about an inch and a half deeper than the other, and of the same width—a six column. Mr ...

87. Exhibitors Herald Mar-Jun 1925

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... ., offers a new and effective means of grouping the newspaper representation for them in single spaces. The ad reproduced at top, with that adjoining it, shows the method. A single display for the Beacham also is reproduced ...

88. Exhibitors Herald Jun-Sep 1924

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... : McVickers theatre, Chicago, edited by Ed. Olstead. The Kentucky, Lexington, Earle Hall Payne. The Fenway, Boston, Laurence “Buddy” Stuart. The Tivoli, Newark, Leon O. Mumford. The Beacham, Orlando, Fla., Frank H. Burns. The Leroy, Pawtucket, R ...

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... . "A year after this young man had bought A window tieup with Victor records used by Frank H. Bell of the Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla., on "Ramona," the United Artists picture starring Dolores Del Rio. When windows are arranged with such beauty as this one, no exhibitor should find difficulty in securing cooperation in the future. CAN YOU Sul>t ...

90. Motion Picture Herald Aug-Oct 1947

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... . Homer Fuller becomes city manager of the Florida theatre, West Palm Beach, and R. L. Puckhaber will succeed him at the Grand theatre, Orlando. Robert Anderson moves to the Beacham theatre, Orlando, as manager, and R. R ...

91. Motion Picture News May-Jun 1925

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... . Ingenious lobby display piece on "Oh, Doctor" Beacham theatre. Orlando. Fla. ...

92. Exhibitors Herald Sep-Dec 1924

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... . STORIN, Leroy theatre, Pawtucket, R. I. Mr. EARL D. MASSEY, Texas theatre, Killeen, Tex. Mr. K. C. KEHRBERG, Lyric theatre, Sheldon, la. Mr. FRANK H. BURNS, Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla. Mr. E. H. RANDALL, Liberty theatre, Condon, Ore.''' Mr. H. E ...

93. Motion Picture News Mar-Apr 1924

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... . Florida Exhibitor Robbed of $1,700 E. J. Sparks, former Southern Enterprises man, now controlling a string of Florida theatres was robbed of $1700 on February 20, at his Beacham theatre, Orlando, Florida. The loss, it is believed, was covered by burglary insurance ...

94. Motion Picture News Mar-Apr 1924

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... . * * * SOME weeks ago this department described an advertisement in which a theatre used the Bargain Sale style of copy with ex- cellent results. Now comes a communication from Frank H. Burns, the live exploitation director of the Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

95. Boxoffice Oct-Dec 1938

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... . He has been with North Carolina Theatres Co. about eight years. Homer Fuller on Short Visit to Orlando , Fla . Orlando, Fla.— Homer B. Fuller, former manager of the Beacham Theatre here, vis- ited here recently for a brief period ...

96. Exhibitors Herald Dec 1923 - Mar 1924

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... . By FRANK H. BURNS (Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla. Popula- tion, 14,000. Patronage, winter tourist.) /. .Vfl. J. Exhibitor does not get his share. 4. A small town like this really bene- fits zvhen a picture plays in the big cities first, that is ...

97. Exhibitors Herald Dec 1923 - Mar 1924

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... . It was only a shadow box with lights behind it, but it made a fine effect. Quick curtain.— Frank H. Burns. Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla. Here's What Burns Did Frank H. Burns, who directs ex- ploitation for the Beacham theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

98. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1923

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... . A painted sign to one side put the title over. It cost very little and kept the cashier busy. A First Sational Release HOGGING BUSINESS DOWN IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA This is the way Frank H. Burns, of the Beacham Theatre, put over Daddy and got good business even with the weather hot enough to roast the pig without the inter- vention of a stove ...

99. Showmen's Trade Review Apr-Jun 1945

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... . These extra stunts, aided by an impressive outside display, resulted in over- average business for "Belle of the Yukon." 'Experiment Perilous' Boosted by Radio Contest in Orlando, Fla. A radio contest was used to good effect ,in the advance campaign on RKO Radio's "Experi- ment Perilous," staged by George Hunter, man- ager of the Beacham Theatre, Orlando, Fla ...

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... . By one o'clock in the afternoon the sale of tickets had to be stopped and throughout the day the theatre played to capacity. "^LAMING YOUTH" has spread like wildfire. Down at the Beacham Theatre, Or- lando, Fla., Manager H. B ...