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           The official journal of the Cinema And
               Theatre Historical Society Inc.
           ISSN 1443-3664 • Published quarterly
                    Editor: Ian Smith
                 CinemaRecord Artwork:
                                                 In the decade of the 1960s was there ever a more forlorn sight than a theatre
             Bill Kerr, Optimum Design 9419 4144  stripped of its reason for existence? Well, yes actually, if the same property then
                                                 became an outlet for second-hand furniture, or some other low-level use.
              The main aim of CATHS and this     Fortunately the Time, Balwyn escaped this fate. It was soon demolished.
           publication is to accurately document and  (See story page 20). Image: Roderick Smith Collection.
           create an archive of the history of
                                                 Front cover: The Time theatre in the suburb of Balwyn, one of the second
           cinemas and theatres.
                                                 generation of Hoyts suburbans built in the late 1930s to early 1940s.
              Input in the form of articles,
           constructive criticism, and substantiated
           dispute of printed matter is welcome, and
           necessary to enable us to reach our          NOW SHOWING!
              Opinions expressed are those of the
           Editor or contributors, and unless
           expressly stated so, are not necessarily
                                                 2    Recognise This?
           those of the Cinema And Theatre
           Historical Society Inc.                    An image of interest.
              Articles printed in CinemaRecord
           should not be reproduced without the  4    Letters and Newsreel
           permission of the author or the editor.
                                                 8    Cinema At Sea - Ross King
              All photos are from the collection of
           the person or organisation stated. Every   For a city afloat, the liner was slow to provide theatre settings.
           effort has been made to trace the
           ownership of copyright. In the event of  12  My Life As A Projectionist - Brian Quigley
           any questions arising as to the use of any  Jim White interviews an old friend. Part One.
           material, the author and publisher will be
           happy to make the necessary corrections  19  Around And About
           in future printings.                       Two unusual cinemas.
              Contributions and suggestions for
           CinemaRecord are most welcome. Please  20  Time, Balwyn - John Holloway
           contact the Editor if you are planning
                                                      A charmer worthy of a longer life.
           to write an article for the magazine.
           We may be able to assist you with
                                                 26   Going Mental At The Movies - Harold Aspinall
           information, contacts, etc and it will help
           us with forward planning.                  Making the most of an unusual projection job.
                                                 28  A Poster Speaks A Thousand Words - Roger Seccombe
                    Contact: Ian Smith
               Telephone: 5443 0692 (1-9pm)           The power of a promise.
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                                                   Images in this publication are from CATHS Archive unless credited to another source.

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