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1. The Screen Writer Jun 1947-Mar 1948

... . what belated but none the less gratifying kind of recognition for our craft. We were told that to the old and self-evident truth — "movies are your best entertainment," something new has been added: the movies must sell the American Way to the world, said Way being the Main Street of a small Mid-western town, which in turn goes to show what capitalism and free enterprise will do for you if you ...

2. Motion Picture Herald Nov-Dec 1947

... could be shown that "movies are your best entertainment." He got out a 16-page booklet with cover, accenting the attractions for a single week, and carrying goodwill and commercial ads from enough merchants to pay the cost of publication ...

3. Variety Apr 1948

... . Because of the general pre- dilection towards panning Holly- wood and Hollywood product that's arisen recently, it's not enough any more to sell the industry on a gen- eral basis, such as the "Movies Are Your Best Entertainment" slogan used some years ago ...

4. Showmen's Trade Review Oct-Dec 1949

... ." On the theatre's monthly advertising calen- dars delivered in Belleville and vicinity, For- han is giving prominence to the line: "Movies Are Your Best Entertainment . . . "A LOT FOR A LITTLE." "With so much competition reaching for the elusive dollar," explains the Canadian show- man, "I thought it advisable to introduce and keep driving home this slogan ...