G-Men (Warner Bros.) (1935)

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Cops and dicks sell tickets and assn. gets percentage. 7. Contact magazine distributors and insert heralds on picture in detective and adventure story mags. 8. If there’s a G man in town, arrange for interview with feature writer with possibility of story in paper — if he’ll talk. After one of the most exciting man-hunts iv the histery of the "G-Men’, Public Enemy No. 1 was trapped in the Wisconsin woods, as shown in this exelusive photo taken eight seconds after the captare and rushed to this city by airplane. The whole story of this valiant attempt to halt the march of crime can be seen in First National's *G-MEN’, starring James Cagney with Ann Dvorak, Margaret Lindsay and Robert Armstrong, and thrilling thousands at the Strand Theatre all this week. 9, Police motorcycle escort of film delivery to theatre. 10. Interview sleuth on air over lobby P. A. to give true story on solving of some famous crime. Window poster, illustrated in miniature, is available in large display unit size (10” x 13”). Printed on heavy paper stock. Can be planted in store windows and tacked on fences and poles. Sent complete, including theatre name and playdates. Prices: 100—$2.00; 200—$3 ; 500—$6; 1M—$9.50. Order directly from: ECONOMY NOVELTY CO. 239 W. 39th Street New York City PUBLIC ENEMIES DECORATE LOBBY BOARD AS CONTEST STILL’ — BUT NOT QUIET! We mean the stills on this show — they’re packed with action! So much so, that the Strand in New York has THESE ARE THE PUBLIC ENEMIES | CAPTURED BY “G-MEN”! WHO ARE THEY? more photos spotted in the lobby in advance of their date than they’ve ever used before. It’s our tip to you — as it was to Irv Windisch and Zeb Epstein of that house. 2.Col. Rebus for Puzzlers @ Here’s a feature that has been successful since we first introduced it. Papers have been using it as a one-day puzzle contest, with the theatre getting an additional break when ‘G-Men’ Date Snipes when Yarns Break on Fed Agents the winners are announced. Don’t forget it comes in regular 2-column width. Order mat No. 3—20e. @ This one depends on local luck: If papers have been running stories on ‘G-Men’ or Federal raids, front-page snipes might help. ws : : SOLUTION Here’s one: For the inside on America’s fight Ma Cagney’s redhead freeagainst crime, see ‘“‘G-MEN’’ with James ie ied itiendns: hep | Cagney, Ann Dvorak, Margaret Lindsay and Poa, es a n won @ sure Robert Armstrong. Now at the Strand Theathe oun = tre. Don’t miss it! ee (The gangland king put on pom the spot PE Lidia By former pals when things got hot) He's played a let of parts since then And now he hits the screen again As “Brick,” a cop, that's in the fray To prove to crooks crime doesn't pay! 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Patrons are asked to fill in the proper one between the letter ‘“‘G’’ and the word ‘“‘MEN.”’ First to send in the adjectives properly placed receive your ducats. Z Famous A . NAME THE WORD! American screen ‘lover’ (5) 14. Biblical giant (7) .....--:.::.00 3 es a ss i se ea sea (GABLE) Oe ean (GOLIATH) io T, Gleejul 12. fruetome 17 fiant BB. ous as n razor manufacturer (8) 15. Inventor of French killing ma3. greedy ~ ——. 2 oe 4 aera oi te =e a ae eee chine (10) (GUILLOTINE) ee So Lae ee =o : erman poet (6) = : * gs x 16. Syndicated American versifier (5) 1. Washington and Lincoln were G (great ) MEN 4. Livi (GOETHE) ¥ GUEST _ Bluebeard and Jack the Ripper G (gruesome) MEN Living Russian mein tes... ea ae oes : : . rs Philip Sidney at Chesterfield G (gallant MEN § ... (GORKI) 17. U. S. War Ambassador to Ger4. Simple Simon and Don Quixote G (gullible) MEN » Composer of ‘Peer Gynt? (5) many (6) . ERARD) S. Walter Winchell and Alex. Woollcott G (gecelpy) ... 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(omer _ _ eg (GOETHALS) Elegy” (4) (GRAY) ie, Coneral Johnson ond Nuey Long > ae MER iawn of American Federa23. Irish dramatist and poet (9) a. Ed. tn. and Jack Pearl G loi MEN _y or (7) (GOMPERS) me: (GOLDSMITH) 21. Goethe and Schiller G (German) MEN Can football star (6) 24. Brothers who wrote German fairy$2, Seste Clene_and peg Nel a — SS Se (GRANGE GRIMM) 23. John Dillinger and Babyface Nelson G (gangster) ... MEN . Inventor of ae ) tales (5) <a es ( 24. Al Capone and Dutch Schultz .& (grafting ) __.MEN rubber (8) vulcanizing process for 25. U. S. Bureau of Investigation 25. Gog and Magog and Goliath .. 6 tele) = cree MEN nas ee (GOODYEAR) sleuths (4).......... vscseseeeee. (G-MEN) 26. U. S. Bureau of Investigation Sleuths A a I ae ee ——————— eC ———— wee qe * * = —