A magazine for cinema owners, this focuses on the business aspect of the film industry. On page 1 there is an article discussing ways to keep cinemas in business, titled "Things are better and this is the way to keep cinemas in business..." This article considers the need to redecorate the cinemas, be fully staffed, and show good pictures. On page 1 there is also an article titled "Paramount 20 Titles to Pay-TV". This article lists the twenty titles that they have given to Pay-TV, including "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and "Roman Holiday". On page 3 there is a full-page advert for "Love With The Proper Stranger", starring Natalie Wood and Steve McQueen. This advert features a black-and-white image of the two stars alongside the tagline, "There is a moment - a long moment - when everything is risked with the proper stranger." There are film reviews for "The 7th Dawn" and "Bullet for a Badman" on page 4. On page 5 there is an article announcing that there will be a Pink Panther cartoon series. There is an article titled "Levine announces twenty million dollar TV schedule" on page 8. This article quotes Joseph F. Levine's statement, "I'm banking on anything that can project a movie, whether in theatres or TV, or Pay-TV, or theatre TV".
|Country of origin||UK|
|Related people||Steve McQueen|