A metal foot warmer from a Hoyts Theatre
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A metal foot warmer from a Hoyts Theatre
78 RPM record
VAL MORGAN Theatre Advertising Point Lonsdale Theatre 8-8-1953 The theatre advertising record contained the spoken commentary which accompanied what were generally referred to as "Talkie Slides" which were frequently screened in theatres in the 1950s and 60s. The two main companies for advertising at the time were Val Morgan and Chas E. Blanks.
Framed advertising poster for The Chocolate Soldier at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne Saturday 17 February 1912
CINEMARECORD ISSUE 97 March 218 ARTICLES IN THIS EDITION Life Memberships Awards Errata CinemaRecord # 96 Fire at the Mentone Theatre Proserpine’s Eldorado Theatres The Astra, Ascot Park, SA Cinemas of Orange NSW Happy Days at Hoyts Movies Gulgong’s Prince of Wales Opera House My Fair Lady Theatre, Adelaide Plaza Theatre / Paris Theatre, Perth Prince of Wales, Hobart Then and Now - Prospect SA When CinemaScope came to Australia Smoke Gets in Your Eyes Looking Back … The Regent and Plaza, Melbourne Perth Theatre Advertising 1982
CINEMARECORD ISSUE 96 December 2017 ARTICLES IN THIS EDITION The Tivoli and Roof Top Theatre, Brisbane. Lyric Theatre, Apollo Bay, Vic. The Avalon Theatre, Hobart Australian Picture-going Tickets Please Arthur Charles Davis The Roxy Theatre, Leeton, NSW Theatre Royal, Perth Maling - Canterbury The Man Outside Hoyts Bellrive Regent Theatre, Hobart
Black coloured steel reel - holds 1000 ft. 35mm movie film.
"Paramount Pictures" pressed into steel.
9.5mm home projector - circa 1925
KARTRAY - sold at Drive-in Theatres. Intended to clip onto the car window and hold coffee and eats, etc.
Metal cased drive in speakers
These were common speakers around Australia and were often replacement speakers for those that were lost, broken or stolen. In later years (1980s) they could be found in Village, Hoyts, Greater Union and independent drive-ins.
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