You searched for: Start Over universalist Remove constraint universalist Date 1920 to 1929 Remove constraint Date: 1920 to 1929
1. Exhibitors Herald Apr-Jun 1920
2. Visual Education Jan-Dec 1922
3. Moving Picture Age Jan-Dec 1920
4. The Film Daily Jul-Dec 1929
5. Moving Picture World Nov-Dec 1926
... . 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
7. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1926
... . 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
... . 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
10. Moving Picture World Sep-Oct 1925
11. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1925
... 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
... . 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
14. Exhibitor's Trade Review May-Aug 1925
15. Exhibitor's Trade Review May-Aug 1925
16. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1925
17. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1924
... 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 ...