Exhibitors Herald and Moving Picture World (Oct-Dec 1928)

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3Vovember 3, 1928 EXHIBITORS HERALD and MOVING PICTURE WORLD 29 Film News in Pictures PICTORIAL SECTION Stories Told by the Camera Sam Haras, editor of Today's Cinema, London film trade journal, at his desk, on which lodges the cup which he will award, as the placard says, the person who does most for good will between the film trades of England and America. What more need be said? The method and its effect are presented in the excerpt from Miss Moore's letter. The place was Catalina, where the First National star was on a brief vacation (I). Seeing where and how what he sells is made. F. A. Enders (left), who handles Columbia product in England, is shown while on a visit to the studios in Hollywood. Frank Capra, director of "Submarine," and Jack Cohn, treasurer of the company, are shown with Enders, giving him the low-down on what he can promise the showmen back home. Were this an oil, it would bear the clever title of "Lady and Dog." A study of Lasae with her mistress, Billie Dove, First National star, it merits, we feel, the admiration of dog and Dove fanctera throughout the world.