Business: Radio into Talkies

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¶In Paris last week, artistic Frenchmen worried over a report that members of the Comédie Française were to make talking cinemas for U. S. producers. French cinema exhibitors worried more over the news that all representatives of U. S. producer-members (Paramount-Famous-Lasky, Warner Bros., Fox, United Artists, Universal, Radio-Keith-Orpheum, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) of the Cinema Syndicate de France were resigning in protest over the new French law, effective in September, limiting the importation of foreign-produced films to four for each French film exported.

¶In Hungary, cinemaddicts learned that they would have no talking...

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