BoxOffice, April 17, 1943
"Newspapers are still the basic medium used by United Artists, supplemented "more and more" by radio due to reduction in newspaper space available. Potential hits which will reach theatre goers via extensive campaigns include: "Stage Door Canteen, "Lady of Burlesque," and "Victory Through Airpower," the latter a Disney"
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"same "Stalingrad" loere shown on the The program at LoewS Rochester ivas packed at local Memorial Art Gallery afternoon when all three shows Sunday and "Silly Symsix Walt Disney cartoons free phonies" were shown. Program loas George L David, film critic for the local Democrat and Chronicle, urges that opinion on whether film fans register their from Hollyany more important actors wood should be drafted."
"Schlesinger Shorts Now Entirely in Technicolor"
"Warner short subject sales manager, Leon Schlesinger has decided to reduce his 1943-44 cartoon schedule to 13 "Merrie Melodies" and 13 "Looney Tunes." Reduction was brought about because of the heavy schedule of army and navy films to be made, and the loss of personnel tothe armed forces. The current program originally called for 26 "Merrie Melodies" and 13 "Looney Tunes." with six of the latter to be made in Technicolor for the first time."
"TEX AVERY set to direct a live-action cartoon, Killed Who?", which will satirize the Crime"
has signed a contract
film for the U. S.
a Puppetoon training
"The Boogie-Woogie Man Will Get You"
symphonies. The Loummel Morgan signed for special musical numbers.
WALTER LANTZ swing
have been James Culhane"
George Pal has signed a contract to produce a Puppeton training film for the U. S.
"Government, church and civic leaders were invited by William P. Rogers. M-G-M vice-president, to attend a preview of "The Human Comedy" at the Studio, shown with Food for Fighters." an OWI picture, and
cartoon. "Dumb Hounded""