Motion Picture News (Mar-Apr 1923)

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WHY ? ? ? is the Simplex invariably selected for the hard gruelling grind of film exchange projection ? ? ? is the Simplex usually chosen for road-show work ? ? ? is the Simplex used more than any other in public projection rooms, laboratories and studios ? ? ? BECAUSE THE SIMPLEX CONSTRUCTION MEETS EVERY REQUIREMENT WHICH UNUSUAL PROJECTION CONDITIONS IMPOSE UPON IT. We asked a studio manager what machine besides the one he had would successfully stand the terrific strain of studio projection and without hesitation he said — "ANOTHER SIMPLEX" ThePrecision Machine (qJnc. 317-29 East 34th: St -NewYork