cinematograph

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cinematograph

Chiefly Brit
a combined camera, printer, and projector
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In 1909, Urban had bought out Smith's patent rights and formed the Natural Color Kinematograph Company to exploit the process.
The later Kinematograph Year Book entries for the Clifton chain no longer list anyone as the Chairman of the Clifton circuit; prior to Clift's death, they had listed Clift as the Chairman and Managing Director with Ken Jones as the circuit's General Manager.
This has been compiled from a variety of sources, including the British Cinema Theatre Association's incomplete collection of the Kinematograph Year Book, the website <http:// www.
4) The 1934 Kinematograph Year Book lists Clift as being elected Vice-Chairman of Birmingham C.
7) Data drawn from the 1940 Kinematograph Year Book, 401.
Originally called The British Kinematograph Society, the Society was founded in 1931 to serve the growing film industry.
Tenser's early reputation prompted Kinematograph Weekly's description of him as "an experienced cinema manager and publicist with a flair for enterprising showmanship" ("Count on Compton").
Kinematograph Weekly reported frequently on the decline in cinema audiences and noted the annual fall; for example, the "total cinema admissions for 1961 were 449,114,000, a drop of almost 14 per cent on the 521 million admissions for 1960" ("News of the Week").
Kinematograph Weekly refers to the film as a "clinical melodrama" and a "damaged goods story" ("That Kind of Girl"), once again placing the blame upon the character of Eva, making her the author of her misfortunes.
Kinematograph Year Book [Annual, published from 1914 to 1971, especially useful for its gazetteer of then extant British cinemas.
However, I did like Jonathan Shaw's Kinematographs, projected panoramic views of various bits of Birmingham which the viewer can explore by panning laterally or zooming in to ultra close-up.