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1. Exhibitors Herald Apr-Jun 1920

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... . Such persons, and they make up the reading element of theatredom, will be interested in the following account. "Broken Blossoms," D. W. Griffith's United Artists' production, was recently exhibited at the Universalist church, Bridgeport, Conn ...

2. Visual Education Jan-Dec 1922

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... . "What they have and what they should have" will then be placed before the taxpayers. Logansport. The Rev. C. "Wellington Holmes, pastor of the Universalist Church, has inaugurated a winter program of motion-picture shows, supplanting the regular Sunday eve- ning preaching services ...

3. Moving Picture Age Jan-Dec 1920

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... ." Those who have the best interests of the moving picture at heart and who have tried to bring the church and theater into ac- cord will be interested to learn that "Broken Blossoms," D. W. Griffith's United Artists production, was recently exhibited at the Universalist church, Bridgeport, Conn ...

4. The Film Daily Jul-Dec 1929

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... . Rivoli, may blossom out as a legit, producer one of these days. He has in mental process a murder play—oh, yes, it has a new twist— to be done in collaboration with a newspaper man War- ren Nolan, of United Artists, went to Chicago Friday to attend the Illinois-Army football game Henry Bate, genial Universalist, relates ...

5. Moving Picture World Nov-Dec 1926

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... . He also made a big hook-up with a chain store grocery, which used 25,000 paper bags specially printed. Many Qood Ideas for The Flaming Frontier Andy Sharick, Universalist, sat in with the Eckel theatre, Syracuse, N. Y ...

6. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1926

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... , with "Don't kill a child, or you'll be Outside the Law." Co-operating with Universalist Jack Mere- dith, he used one inch scatters all through the newspapers, and pleased the Kiwanians immensely. It helped him to get permission to use a bucking Ford that clearly was Outside the Law, and ...

7. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1926

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... . This Phantom Stunt Is Qenerally Qood C. T. Lounsbury, Denver Universalist, is credited with a stunt for Phantom of the Opera that is as good for many other titles He worked it out for the Shuler Auditorium, Raton, N. M ...

8. Moving Picture World Nov-Dec 1925

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... . Hooked Hardware to Fashion Show Ever try hooking a hardware store to a fashion show? No one ejse eye- ".J, that we recall, until Richard Brown. Camera- phone Theatre, Pittsburgh .ced in with Universalist Lon B. Ram ...

9. Moving Picture World Sep-Oct 1925

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... . Louis, which is just across the river from the big town. It was not very long, but it was long enough to suit Phil Cohn, of the Lyric Theatre. Maurice Davis, Universalist, discovered the interesting fact and passed it along to Cohn along with the booking for Dangerous In- nocence ...

10. Moving Picture World Sep-Oct 1925

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... ., Daubs of paint around the edge helped the suggestion. Qirls in a Contest Carried the Banner Aided by a Universalist, Pop Hartman, Leff and Beglichter, of the Star Theatre, in the Bronx section of New York, staged a bathing beauty contest to put over ...

11. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1925

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... 40 MOV I A > G PICTURE WORLD July 4. 1925 Innocence Stills Fine for Barbers Universalist Davis, of St. Louis, had all the barber shops he wanted when they played Dangerous Innocence at the Kings and Rivoli theatres ...

12. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1925

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... . Sohm, of the Belasco Theatre, Quincy, 111., took counsel with Universalist Maurice Davis, because he had Denny in The Fast Worker as his at- traction. Dr. Davis prescribed newspaper work and lots of it, and helped him to land on both papers ...

13. Exhibitor's Trade Review May-Aug 1925

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... . The page, arranged by Al McGinness in charge of Goldman's publicity, and Maurice Davis, Universalist, was sold to the Yahlem Automobile Company on the tie-up its title afforded. Yahlem, who is the recognized leader in the re- conditioned automobile sales field in St ...

14. Exhibitor's Trade Review May-Aug 1925

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... . With their names and ad- dresses on the slips, these were to be brought to the Pullman within a given time—after the completion of the pic- ture's run. Those who assembled the picture and then could not identify it, reasoned Maurice Davis, Universalist who de- vised the contest, could see "Let 'Er Buck ...

15. Exhibitor's Trade Review May-Aug 1925

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... ; and "Charley's Aunt," plus vaudeville, at another. Quincy Folk Believe the News Knowing that the people of Quinc\ and its surrounding territory have un- questioned faith in whatever they read in their newspaper, Maurice Davis, Universalist who conducted Sohm's campaign, used these mediums to "sell" the Denny ...

16. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1925

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... . The cost was split between the houses and the association. Bill Goldman, of the theatres, was the prime mover, with his assistant manager, Al Marks, and Maurice Davis, Universalist helping. A VIVID FRONT ON STRAIGHT THROUGH FROM BIRMINGHAM The banner was bright red with white letters and arrow and the base of the centerpiece was the same red ...

17. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1924

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... 5b MOVING PICTURE WORLD July 5, 1924 J. M Edgar Hart Has Another Idea A Universal Release A GOOD TIE-UP ON SPORTING YOUTH FROM DALLAS, TEXAS This was arranged by Jack Meredith, Universalist for the Palace Theatre, hooking to the leading ...

18. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1924

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... . Costa, of Warner Brothers, worked out the details with Charles Fuller, Executive Secretary of the Board of Trade. A Universal Release THREE GOOD EXAMPLES OF ADVERTISING BOOK CLASSICS IN THE PUBLIC LIBRARIES These were planned by Ay Feinman, Universalist, for the run of The Hunchback of Notre Dame at the Stillman ...

19. Moving Picture World Mar-Apr 1924

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... . Specified Pennies Another Universalist, W. P. Allen, work- ing with A. J. Sonosky, of an unnamed house, was putting over Around the World in 80 Days, an old serial. He picked on the penny matinee to put the first chapter over, but it was not merely a penny matinee ...

20. Moving Picture World Jan-Feb 1924

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... . Now and then Mitchell forgets something, but generally it is not worth remembering. The worth while things are the things he does. A Lady of Quality Held Up a Mirror Trevor Faulkner, of the Majestic Theatre, Austin, Texas, connived with Jack Meredith, Universalist, to get extra attention for his display on A Lady of Quality ...