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1. Motion Picture News Jan-Feb 1923

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... . Stevens has succeeded James Savage as manager of the Central Park theatre, controlled by General Theatres Corporation. Members of the Universalist Church organization in Middleport, N. Y., have started a Children's theatre movement in the town, showing motion pictures especially for the kiddies every Saturday aft- Jay Berman is suing Joseph A ...

2. Moving Picture World Jan-Feb 1923

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... . Cut all that stuff out and work for the laughs—having in mind a proper sense of humor. Quick Sales Fred V. Greene, ex-Paramountcer and ex- Universalist, present manager of the Rialto Theatre, Jamaica, N. Y., asked a local milli- ner to put in a display of Norma Hats to help him sell "The Eternal Flame ...

3. Moving Picture World Mar-Apr 1923

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... . That's the point to memorize. A Vnivei sul nelease THE BARREL BALLYHOO The stunt was cooked up by Roy McMinn, of the Capitol, and Universalist J. L. Mor- risey, of Minneapolis, and it will work on any picture and costs so little that any house can shoot one out ...

4. Moving Picture World Mar-Apr 1923

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... . Elli- son, of the Princess Theatre, Denver, to make a two-reel Century Comedy, The Kid Reporter, a greater attraction than the longer feature. With the aid of Al G. Birch, his publicity man, and T. B. McCormick, Universalist, he planned a prize contest for the best im- personation of Baby Peggy, the tiny star of the comedy ...

5. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1923

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... . The campaign was planned and put over by Charles E. Kurtzman, of the theatre staff, and D. M. Vandawalker, Jr., Universalist. Add Mr. Bank Add the name of H. Bank, manager of the Cinderella Theatre, Williamson, W. Va ...

6. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1923

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... ., makes his lobby six sheets reall; ornamental with potted plants and trailing vines. It was a fine pictorial display. F. J. McGinnis, Universalist, helped. Badgers Reply The Board of Directors of the Wis- consin M. P. T. O ...

7. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1923

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... < fund, Jack Meredith, Universalist, happened to be on the ground, and he shot in a five dollar bill on behalf of Peggy and promised to try and get the co-operation of the 25 local Baby Peggy Clubs. Unorganized youngsters and their elders were quicker to respond with the example of the little star before them and the drive went over in a hurry, with a lot of publicity that Mere- dith never could ...

8. Moving Picture World Sep-Oct 1923

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... . They called in Universalist D. M. Vandewalker, who promptly got on the job. He landed a savings bank on the propo- sition that they would get plenty of adver- tising from the newspaper he would land on the strength of having landed the sav- ings bank ...

9. Moving Picture World Nov-Dec 1923

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... local flatiron building with huge signs telling the world it would miss something if it did not see Main Street. It made a nice flash at a small cost. Offered Free Taxis for Merry-Go-Round Through the efforts of Universalist Jack Meredith, Manager E. B ...