Full Record

Main Title: Cinema and Theatre Historical Society (CATHS): Cinema record 1994 - 2015
Imprint: Cinema and Theatre Historical Society, 1994 - 2015.
Collation: Periodicals in box.
Subject: Cinema & Theatre Historical Society (CATHS)
Cinemas and theatres
ISSUE 1 JANUARY 1994: The Carlton Moviehouse (movie house). Film theatres of Ballarat. The Garfield Picture Theatre. New Theatre, Frankston. Cinemas of Warracknabeal. Theatre Royal, Castlemaine. Swanpool Cinema.

ISSUE 2 APRIL 1994: Theatre Royal, Castlemaine (continued). The Orient, Heidelberg. Globe Theatre, Winchelsea. The Chelsea Cinema. Southern, Hampton and Roxy, Sandringham. The Cyclorama. The Empire Open Air Theatre, Brunswick. The Film Train Theatre, Bourke Street.

ISSUE 3 JUNE 1994: Ivanhoe Theatre. The theatres of Warrnambool. St Kilda (Bioscope) Theatre. Regent and Plaza (postscript).

ISSUE 4 AUGUST 1994: Ozone, Mildura. The New Mentone Theatre, Mentone. The Victory / National Theatre, St Kilda. Moonee Ponds Theatre. Southern Cross Theatre, Essendon. Centenary of Union Hall, Ascot Vale 1890-1990.

ISSUE 5 OCTOBER 1994: The Soldiers' Memorial Hall, St Kilda. Regal Theatre (Southern Cross), Essendon.

ISSUE 6 FEBRUARY 1995: ISt John's Theatre, Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital. Athenaeum Theatre, Lilydale. Empire Theatre, Brunswick.

ISSUE 7 APRIL 1995: Rotex / Were Street Theatre, Montmorency. Dendy Theatre Complex, Middle Brighton. Robert Granville (Bert) Ward. Koroit Memorial Theatre. Broadway Theatre, Elwood 1919-1995. Hoyts Circle Theatre, Preston. Athenaeum, Sorrento.

ISSUE 8 JUNE 1995: Reservoir Palais / Plaza / Cinema North. North-eastern Victoria: cinemas and halls. I

ISSUE 9 AUGUST 1995: Brennan's Amphitheatre / National / Palace / New Palace / Apollo / St James / Metro / Palace / Revival Centre / Metro, Bourke Street. Regal Theatre, Hartwell. Western Theatre (now Estonian House), West Brunswick. Lyric / Capri, Shepparton.

ISSUE 10 OCTOBER 1995: Birth of the modern talkie. From Mechanic' Institute to multiplex. Sun Theatre, Yarraville. Albury-Wodonga theatres.

ISSUE 11 FEBRUARY 1996: Kyabram Plaza Theatre. Oakleigh Drive-In Theatre. Tatty Theatre, Seymour. The Melton Twin Cinema / The Melton Cinemas.

ISSUE 12 MAY 1996: Satellite Cinemas. Shepparton Lyric / Capri. St Judes / Little / St Martins Theatre, South Yarra. Wangaratta Cinema Centre. Hoyts Windsor Theatre. Jim Walshe - Photophone Theatres.

ISSUE 13 AUGUST 1996: The Melbourne Regent Wurlitzers. Plaza Theatre, Bendigo.

ISSUE 13 AUGUST 1996 SUPPLEMENT: The Australian Cinematographe Centenary Celebration 22nd August 1896-1996 at the West Coburg Progress Theatre.

ISSUE 14 NOVEMBER 1996: The Star Newsreel Theatrette, Elizabeth Street. Former State Theatre interior registered. Rex Theatre, Charlton.

ISSUE 15 FEBRUARY 1997: Members on tour - news from Sydney. Hobart revisited. Who said single screens are finished? Yeppoon - film theatre / Capricorn / Kavlon. 3D [film] epitaph or prologue.

ISSUE 16 MAY 1997: Stawell Entertainment Centre. Theatres of Horsham. Cambden Theatre, South Caulfield. Central Hall / New Central Theatre / The Grosvenor, Little Collins Street.

ISSUE 17 AUGUST 1997: Hoyts Alhambra, Brunswick. The theatres of Horsham part 2. Coburg drive-in.

ISSUE 18 NOVEMBER 1997: Picture Show Man Cinema - Merimbula N.S.W. Lyric Theatre Bendigo. Top 10 dubious cinematic definitions. Flickers at the [Castlemaine] Town Hall.

ISSUE 19 FEBRUARY 1998: Midland / Astor / Ararat Entertainment Centre. Hoyts Windsor Theatre. St Georges, Yarraville.

ISSUE 20 MAY 1998: Murray Valley Theatres (Seymour, Nagambie, Mooroopna, Numurkah, Cobram, Yarrawonga, Corowa, Rutherglen, Wangaratta). Theatres of Box Hill. Newsreel: Obituary: Denzil Howson.

ISSUE 20 MAY 1998 SUPPLEMENT: CATHS Rules Effective 3 June 1998.

ISSUE 21 SEPTEMBER 1998: The Bijou, Mitcham. Woomelang Memorial Hall. Nhill: the Theatre Royal, Royal Picture Theatre / Regent / Memorial Community Centre.

ISSUE 22 NOVEMBER 1998: The Prince George Theatre, Middle Brighton p3. Pete Smith - profile p12.

ISSUE 23 MARCH 1999: Frank Van Straten - profile p10. Murrumbeena Public Hall (Argosy / Capri / Rex) p10.

ISSUE 24 JUNE 1999: Early cinema in Melbourne's outer eastern suburbs: The Regal, Blackburn p5. Public hall, East Burwood p6. Public Hall, Glen Waverley p6. The Athenaeum, Doncaster p6. Memorial Hall, Templestowe p6. Nunawading Hall cinema p7. Soldiers Memorial Open Air Cinema, Mitcham p7. The Memorial Hall, Mitcham p7. Town Hall Cinema, Ringwood p7. Mechanics' Institute, Warrandyte p8. Public Hall, Ringwood East p8. Public Hall, Bayswater p8. Progress Hall, Boronia p8. The Loyalty, Upper Ferntree Gully p8. Croydon Hall Cinema p9. Public Hall, Montrose p9. The Chelsea Theatre (formerly Majestic), 178 Flinders Street p11. The Lyceum Theatre (formerly Paramount), Bourke Street p13. Val Morgan cinema advertising p14.

ISSUE 25 AUGUST 1999: Loyalty Theatre, Upper Ferntree Gully. Hastings Hall.

ISSUE 26 NOVEMBER 1999: Hoyts New Glenhuntly p8. The Astor, St Kilda p14. Hoyts Theatre, Carnegie p20.

ISSUE 27 FEBRUARY 2000: Frank O'Halloran - country movie mogul p12. Philip Brady p21.

ISSUE 28 MAY 2000: Bryson Cinema, Exhibition Street p8. Glen Pictures, Rutherglen p10. The Grosvenor, Moonee Ponds p12. Cohuna theatres p14. Hoyts Cinema Theatre, Richmond p24. The George Wallace story p32. Lorne Theatre p34.

ISSUE 29 AUGUST 2000: Plaza Bendigo. Charlton Cinema. Star Cinema Portland Prince Regent Theatre -- Sale.

ISSUE 30 FORTH QUARTER 2000: The Capitol Theatre - Melbourne p6-14. The Bercy Cinema - Melbourne p16-20. The Edison home kinetoscope p22-23. Royal Princess Theatre - Bendigo p24-26.

ISSUE 31 FIRST QUARTER 2001: Clara Bow p5. Dux Theatre, Albert Park p6. Kinema Theatre, Albert Park p8. Park Theatre p10. Rushworth Shire Hall p16. The Star Cinema - Mansfield Cinema p26. Arthur Pyers p29.

ISSUE 32 AUTUMN 2001: Strathis (Stan) Raftopoulis MBE - a movie mogul p8. The Westgarth Picture Theatre p10. Olympia Theatre, Bombala NSW p24. Story of the genesis and development of ScreenSound Australia national film record on video p26.

ISSUE 33 WINTER 2001: Hoyts Deluxe Theatre, Bourke Street (picture) p2. Film venues of the Wimmera p8-9. No.283 Bourke Street: the Melba, Times, Liberty and Odeon Theatres p10-15. The Melbourne International Film Festival (history of) p16-22. Tye's Radio Revue p23. The Auditorium, Box Hill p24-25. Theatre Royal, Castlemaine p26-28. Louise Lovely (aka Carbasse, Lehmann) p30.

ISSUE 34 SPRING 2001: The Theatre Royal, 232 Bourke Street p10. The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer trackless train, 1924 p16. Lou Somprou 1893-1991 p23. Peter Wagstaff, Production Manager, Cine Service - interview p24.

ISSUE 35 EDITION 1, 2002: Longford Cinema, South Yarra p8. Plaza Theatre, Essendon p13. Ron Boyce p14. Lyceum / Paramount, Ararat p16. Kevin Adams p18. Cinema in Mansfield p20. Betty Larkins p25. Lou Somprou p29.
ISSUE 36 EDITION 2, 2002: Ozone Theatre, Mildura p6. Gippsland cinemas and theatres p10. The Richmond Theatre vs the Richmond Cinema p12. Her Majesty's Theatre p16. Drive-in Theatres p18. South Coast Drive-in theatre p20. Lolly boys p21. Paramount Theatres, Echuca p22. Movie posters p26.

ISSUE 37 EDITION 3, 2002: The Mayfair Theatre, Gardenvale p6. Cinema in Donald p9. The Regent Theatre, Gardiner p16. Kalee projectors p22. Box Hill Regent p29. Valley Theatre, Traralgon p30.

ISSUE 38 EDITION 4, 2002: Former Middle Park Theatre p8. Palace Cinemas, Balwyn p10. Roxy Theatre, Ballarat Road, Maidstone p14. Jim Lawrence and brothers p18. The Valley / Latrobe Theatre, Traralgon p26.

ISSUE 39, 2003: Memorial Hall, St Kilda p6. Star Theatre, Chiltern p8. Bandiana Army Camp Theatre p8. Paramount Centre, Echuca p10. Regent Theatre, Swan Hill p10. Rex Theatre, Charlton p11. Paramount Theatre, Maryborough p11. Marysville Picture Theatre p12. Sunbury: first picture show? p14. Village Theatre, Toorak p16. Lawrence Brothers Talkies, Gippsland p22.

ISSUE 40 2003: LETTERS: Village Toorak. Theatre Royal, Camperdown. Cinema Richmond. Rex, Charlton. Village Toorak. Matthew Flinders [Plaza], Mornington. Regent, Collins. Barkly, Footscray. NEWS: Sun Four, Yarraville. Rex Theatre, Daylesford. Carlton Movie House. Warragul Drive-in. Cameo, Belgrave. DEMOLITIONS: The Lyric, Chapel Street, Prahran. Hoyts, Windsor. ARTICLES: Her Majesty's Theatre, Exhibition Street / Brian Miller and Peter Wolfenden p9. Armadale Theatre / Ray Ryan p10. Cedric H. Ballantyne: palaces to order [includes Regent Theatre] / Frank Van Straten p14. The Surrey Theatre [Surrey Hills] / Cameron Hall p20. The Argosy Theatre, Murrumbeena / Ken Newell p24. Photos of the Rex, Charlton p8, 30-31.

ISSUE 41 2003: Armadale Picture Theatre [photograph] p2. LETTERS The Capitol, Melbourne. Argosy, Murrumbeena. Salvation Army Citadel, Bourke Street. Regent, Collins Street. Lawrence brothers. NEWS Barkly Theatre, Footscray. McDonald Hall, St Arnaud. Avoca and Dunolly. ARTICLES Keeping tabs [theatre curtains] p6. Pennies for heaven [price of cinema tickets] p10. Apollo Theatre, Burwood Road, Glenferrie p16. Red roses tonight [cinema in London during World War Two] p18. Lawrence brothers: another perspective p22. The Verne, East Malvern p23. Cheltenham Theatres p24. McLeod's New Movie Palace, Brighton p27. Reminiscences of Surrey Hills theatres p28.

ISSUE 42 2003: Anderson Cinemas at Victoria Gardens, Richmond p6. London cinemas in the Blitz - conclusion p8. Theatre images p13. Ivanhoe Theatre p14. Reader request: Her Majestys [Exhibition Street]: a pre-fire view p23. State Theatre, Flinders Street p24.

ISSUE 43, 2004: Brenograph or Brenkert Effects Machine p7. The Roxy Theatre and the cinema war in Bingara p8. Cinerama at Plaza [Hoyts Plaza Theatre, Melbourne] p12. Hoyts Regent Theatre, Fitzroy p18. Charles Neville Hollinshed p24. Astor Theatre, Ararat p30. Centre Cinemas, Horsham p30. Nhill Memorial Community Centre p30.

ISSUE 44, 2004: Oral history project p9. Benjamin and John Fuller p10. Cinerama at the Plaza p13. The Eclipse, Port Melbourne p14. Peter Ricketts: his experiences as a projectionist p20. Balmoral Regent Theatre p22. Kino p26.

ISSUE 45, 2004: CATHS: the first fifteen years p8. Ivanhoe Paradiso [Hoyts, Ivanhoe] p10. Australia's movietone news, 75 years: the start of sound and the 'lost' issues 1929-1930 p14. Through the porthole: master projectionists: 1. Bill Newman p22. 2. Alan M. Hawthan p24. Limelight p25. The road to Gisborne: Ross King p26. Viennese Nights [film] p28.

ISSUE 46, Edition 1 - 2005: Obituary: Steve Walsh p7. CATHS tours the high country p8. Forge Creek Road Cinema, Bairnsdale p9. Lakes Squash and Movie Theatre, Lakes Entrance p9. Palace Hotel, Bourke Street, theatres: Bijou and Gaiety p12. Capitol, Swanston Street p17. CATH's Saturday Arvo Matinee, Astor Theatre, St Kilda p18. The people's popular picture palace from Hoyts Deluxe, Bourke St to Hoyts Esquire, Bourke St p20. Fairfield Theatre p30.

ISSUE 47, Editon 2 - 2005: Theatre names p8. Regal Theatre, Colombo, Sri Lanka p12. The lost world of 70 mm theatres p14. Broadway, Camberwell p22. A passion for music p30. Through the porthole: growing up in and around the Fairfield Theatre p32. The Star, Bendigo p34.

ISSUE 48, Edition 3 - 2005: Essendon at the pictures 14-15 May 2005 p7. Twilight Drive-In, Shepparton p14. Under the stars [open air theatres] p18. Waterfall curtains, the New Zealand experience p20. How the talkies changed Bourke Street p24. Blow-ups [to 70 mm] p32. The Korumburra Theatre p34. CATHS visits Walhalla 9-10.

ISSUE 49, Edition 4 - 2005: Vale: Denzil Howson 1918-2005 p5. Geoff Bielefeld p5. Reading Cinemas, Geelong p6. Cinemas on trains p8. The Regent, Brisbane p12. The role of film exchanges p24. Ruby Palmer at Paramount [Melbourne] p26. Hoyts Park Theatre, Albert Park p29. Save Time Service: a history p30. Waterfall curtains Australia p31. Projecting under difficulties p32. 70 mm theatres p35.

ISSUE 50 2006: CATHS visit to New Zealand p6. The Regent: ranking different Regents p12. The Regent Theatre Geelong / Mike Trickett p20. Theatre in ancient Greece / Cameron Hall p26. The man from Paramount [Clement Crystal] p32.

ISSUE 51: CATHS visits Village Twin Cinemas, Doncaster Shoppingtown p5. 'Selected short subjects' or 'Supporting program' p6. Memoirs of a film distributor by Peter Broome p10. Korrumburra Theatre p12. Movies on the move [train cinemas] p13. Theatre rivals of Camberwell [Henry Holland, Holland's Building, Camberwell Picture Theatre, Our Theatre, Rivoli, Hoyts Camberwell Theatre] p16. Robert McLeish and his theatres p19. From Rivoli to Broadway by Roy (Bernie) Turner p21. Hoyts suburban theatres p24. Empress Theatre, Prahran (photo) p29. Hot oil and carbon ash [the world of the projectionist] p30.

ISSUE 52: May Busch p4. Empress Theatre, Prahran p4. Capitol, Swanston St p5. T.J. West: Australia's biggest picture exhibitor? p6. West's Picture Palace p7. Victorian Arts Centre, buildings formerly on the site p10. Westgarth, Northcote p12. Village Twin, Doncaster p12. Cinemas and theatres of Oz tour (supplement p12). Hoyts Padua, Brunswick p21. Memoirs of a film distributor by Peter Broome part 2 p24.

ISSUE 53 2006: Stage boxes p2. Henry Eli White 1876-1952 p9. Memoirs of Peter Broome cont. p10. Sydney theatres: colour supplement. Reels across the city part 2: the independent theatres p22. Richmond theatres p27.

ISSUE 54: The big drive-in issue, drive-ins. Skyline Drive-in Burwood (photo) p2. Coburg Drive-in p7. Birth of the drive-in p8. Memoirs of Peter Broome part 4 p22.

ISSUE 55 2007: State Cinema, North Hobart p1,6-9. Murray Bridge cinemas p10. The Regent, Dunedin, New Zealand p16. Theatre in the Roman age p24. Memoirs of a film distributor by Peter Broome part 5 p30. Memories of the Paramount, Maryborough, Vic. p34.

ISSUE 56 2007: Letters p4: The State, North Hobart. Bob Wallis. Roy Denison. Toombul Cinemas. Bonney Theatre, Barmera, SA. Rivoli, Berri, SA. Coburg drive-in, Dromana drive-in classified. Metro nightclub. Kino Dendy cinemas. Rex, Daylesford. Sun, Yarraville. Theatre Royal, Hobart. Obituary: John Leckey p5. CATHS visits ACMI / Ian Smith p6. At the State Film Centre / Ross King p8. Changes in the projection room / Greg Symons p10. Rialto, Kew's dainty theatre (Kew) p12. Arise Rialto / Phillip Adams p16. When 'Ben Hur' came to Albury / John M. Stevens p18. Memoirs of a film distributor part 6 / Peter Broome p20. Operation Newsreel (Cinesound Movietone Australian Newsreel Collection) p23. Cinema in the blood: the Banks family / Tony Froude p24. Saving theatres the American way: an internet survey / Ian Williams p26. Saving the Strand (Rockland, Maine, USA): an artist's response / Derek Gundy p31. Origins of an image (Ben Hur) p32.

ISSUE 57 2007: Letters p4: Rialto, Kew; Christian Revivalist Church; Forum; Palace, Bourke St.; His Majesty's, Hobart; Chelsea, Melbourne; Ford's Theatre, Washington; St Peters Hall. CATHS tours the south-west 13-16 Sep 2007 part 1 p6: Colac Performing Arts Centre; Regent theatre, now RSL; Naracoorte Mechanics' Institute; Theatre Royal, Camperdown; Capitol, Warrnambool; Star, Portland; Oatmill Cinema, Mount Gambier; Ozone / Odeon Star, Mount Gambier; Port Fairy; Memorial Theatre, Koroit; Centenary Hall, Halls Gap; Terang. Stage magic: anatomy of change: Stawell Town Hall; Terang Hall. The lure of the pictures / Mel Elliott p12. Front of house at the Capitol [Swanston Street] / Loraine Wood p14. Fashions in the foyer [staff uniforms] p16. A Capitol mystery [Capitol Theatre, Swanston Street] p17. From Regent, Fitzroy to HSV-7 teletheatre / Harold Aspinall p18. Bringing sound to the theatre audience: a ramble through some historical developments / Peter Wolfenden p24. The State, Flinders Street p28. Instructions to projectionists p29. Naming rights / Brian Miller p30.

ISSUE 58 2008: Obituaries: Roc Kirby p6. Norma Drinan p7. Theatre of the middle ages / Cameron Hall p8. CATHS tour part 2: projectors in the south-west / Ross King p12. Palais pictures [St Kilda]: the early years / Ian Hanson p16. Sputnik helps Hoyts / Rod Cook p21. Against all odds: the Swanpool Cinema / Alice Stratton p22. Yackandandah Cinema / Grahame Hutchings p25. Woodstock Hall [NSW] projectors / Wayne Hammond p27. Bass Hill Drive-In, Sydney: an appreciation / Phil Mathews p28. New brew sweeps clean [Astor Theatre, Mildura converted to brewery] p31.

ISSUE 59 ed.2 2008: Letters: Fog p4. Vale Erwin Rado Theatre / Ross King p8. Lives of a Brisbane film runner / Harry Leech p10. In the wrong groove: misadventures in early sound / Bert Harris p12. Majestic Theatre, showplace of Christchurch p14. The producer's representative: an overlooked player in film distribution / Peter Broome p20. One user of a producer's representative: Republic Pictures p21. The magic box: Australasia's innovators of image and sound / Tim Armstrong p22. Hollywood underground / Harold Aspinall p29. Keen eyes save film history [Horsham weddings] / Mike Trickett p30..

ISSUE 60, EDITION 3 2008: Cinema at sea / Ross King p8. One projectionist’s life: from a regent to the Regent part 1: it’s a great feeling / Brian Quigley interviewed by Jim White p12. Great Lakes cinema 3 p19. Bribie Twin Theatre p19. Time, Balwyn / John Holloway p20. Going mental at the movies [Kew Asylum] / Harold Aspinall p26. A poster speaks a thousand words [cinema posters] / Roger Seccombe p28.

ISSUE 61 Edition 4 2008: Letters: Film storage compromised; Vocaltone sound; A crayfish at the Trocadero [Footscray]; Cinema at sea corrections; Cinemas on smaller ships p4-5. Newsreel: Queensland: AMC flipflop; Dendy to vacate the George; Cinema to stay at the Regent; Makeover for Eldorado Cinemas, Indooroopilly; Ipswich Drive-In reopens; Cineplex Australia raises prices; Victoria: New Village Doncaster; Readings open at Dandenong; Palace moves to digital 3D; Shepparton cinemas upgrade; Mansfield push for new cinema; Rex Cinema [Wycheproof] joins in railway celebration; South Australia: GU Hindley Street closes; Metro site becomes apartments; New Zealand: DVD ventures prove popular; Christchurch; Waimate; Wellington; Hamilton; Tokoroa; Lighthouse cinemas; Lower Hutt; Westport p5-7. Hollywood in Melbourne / Ross King p8. Fisher and Tui sound heads: distinctly New Zealand / David Lascelles p11. Brian Quigley interviewed by Jim White part 2: Metro's man [Metro Collins Street] p12. A tribute to Hoyts Albury / John Stevens p18. Nell Grant in Albury p21. Hoyts Albury: the spirit of Art Deco / Julie Lord p22. Dark nights for Perth's Astor [Astor Cinema, Mount Mt Lawley] / Peter Jackson p28.

ISSUE 62, EDITION 3, MARCH 2009: Bendigo's Lyric Theatre (Bendigo): memories etched in stone p7. Saturday afternoon at the Lyric / Phil Beer p8. Front stalls at the fire which destroyed the Lyric / Phil Beer p9. H. Vivian Taylor, theatre architect and Australia's first acoustic consultant / Ross Thorne p10. Quality in a small package: The Circle, Preston / Rod Cook and Ian Smith p12. Mad about movies: Preston boys go DIY / Fred Page p18. About (Christopher) Cowper, (Graeme) Murphy and (Reg) Appleford p21. On projectionist's life: from a Regent to The Regent: Brian Quigley interviewed by Jim White: part 3 Full circle p22. Why cut an aperture? / Ross King p28. Penthouse cinema and cafe (New Zealand) / Tony Froude p29. CATH's last look at Dendy, George Street p32.

ISSUE 63 edition 2 2009: Letters: Peter Wolfenden memories. The Circle, Preston. CATHS visits Myrtleford 14-15 March p9. In pursuit of perfection: Elisabeth Murdoch Hall and John Sumner Theatre p10-11. A sight to behold: The Regent, Auckland / David Lascelles p2,12-19. South Australia's projector pioneers part one: master and pupil [William Benbow and David Garvie] / Peter Wolfenden p20-24. Cedric Ballantyne and the Regent, Wellington p25. Theatre of the Italian Renaissance / Cameron Hall p26-30. Theatres in the West End of London: The Coliseum, Palace, Vaudeville, Odeon and Empire p31-2.

ISSUE 64, ed.3 2009: 20th anniversary edition. A cygnet swansong for Eddie [Cygnet Cinema, Como, Perth] / Peter Jackson p9. CATHS celebrates 20 years / Gerry Kennedy p10-11. In pursuit of perfection: part 2 John Sumner Theatre p12-13. Of Kiwis, Crows and celluloid strips: South Australia's projector pioneers part two: William Viking Benbow / Peter Wolfenden p14-19. Albury's Mighty Regent [Regent Theatre, Dean Street, Albury] / Les Tod p20-29. Commedia Dell'arte: the new order of comedy: Cameron Hall continues his series on the development of theatre in the western tradition p30-32. Merino - town with a difference / Kate Dowler p33. The Prince Edward, Woburn: a theatre with an original decor suited local sensibilities, and matched a tourist's image of rural New Zealand / Tony Froude p34-5. Resurrecting my local cinema [Rivoli, West Preston: redoing a photo to show how it might have looked] / Barrie Wraith p36. The way we were: Lyric Theatre Bendigo 1945 publicity shot p37. CATHS Queensland celebrates its second birthday / Steve Maggs and Mike Gillies p38-9.

ISSUE 65, ed. 1 - 2010: Corio Theatre, Geelong / Mike Trickett p8. Glenelg Beach memories [Adelaide cinemas] / Postcenium p14. Brighton Bay Cinemas / Brian Miller p19. Lorne goes to the pictures / Graeme McCoubrie p22. Camera 65 and the Metro, Bourke Street / Eric White p26. Roy Touhy: a lifetime of picture shows and pubs / Ross King p28.

ISSUE 66, ed. 2 - 2010: Vale: Alan Victor Windley p2. Fiery end for country cinema [Melba Theatre, Cobram, destroyed by fire] p5. Plaze Variety Theatre, 405 High Street, Northcote, Victoria: against the odds / CATHS Research Group p10-18. A.R. Harwood at the Plaza p14. Why a vomitory? p17. Railways, trains and picture theatres: a cross-over of personal passions / Roderick B. Smith p19. Tasmanian holiday [cinemas of Tasmania] / Brian Hunt p20-1. Majestic Theatre: Wellington's largest picture theatre [Wellington, New Zealand] / David Lascelles p22-31.

ISSUE 67, ed. 3 - 2010: No. 67 OCTOBER 2010: Deaths: Walter (Wally) Perkins 1928-2010 p2. Peter Gerard Dwyer 1938-2010 p2. The end?: Academy Twin Cinema, Sydney / Kevin Adams p8. Village 'Rowville' Drive-In Theatre (formerly Village Dandenong North) / Bryan Power p10. A passion for projection: Paul Brenton Lawrence 1945-2010 p16. The theatres of Naracoorte (SA) / Peter Wolfenden p18. CATHS tour New Zealand May 6-21 2010 / Gerry Kennedy p24. Remembering a cinema pioneer: Alan Windley / Ross King p26. Projecting at the Athenaeum (Theatre, Melbourne) / Harold Aspinall and Alan Winn p28. Cuba / Roderick Smith p33. The 'sin' in cinema / Ross King p34. CATHS tour: New Village 9 Cinema, Doncaster p36.

ISSUE 68 edition 4 2010: Preston and Thornbury tour / Shane Moore p2. The Trak Cinema / Craig Cahill p8. Final curtain for The Playhouse [Perth] / Peter Jackson p13. The Empire Theatre [Empire Picture Palace, New Empire Deluxe, St James and Rialto cinemas] [Dunedin, NZ] / Gerry Kennedy p14. Raising the bar on Central Coast cinema: new complex opens in Newcastle [Reading Cinemas, Charlston Square Shopping Centre] / Crosley Carpenter p20. Family fun at the Tivoli Drive In Theatre [Ipswich, Qld] / Kevin Adams p23. Piccadilly Cinema, North Adelaide celebrates 70th birthday p24. A passion for pictures: my life in Melbourne Film Distribution Centres 1953 to 1997 - 44 years inclusive / Barry Hall p26. Do things and grow things [Macquarie Theatre, Wellington, NSW] / Phoebe Maroulis p29. Big screen delights at Victoria Point Cineplex / Steve Maggs p30. History week tour: the lost theatres of Bourke Street p33. Outdoors in Adelaide [Chinese Gardens Theatre] / Colin Flint p34. CATHS Queensland Chapter celebrates third birthday at Victoria Point p36.

ISSUE 69 2011: Reading Cinemas, Waurn Ponds, Victoria p2. Wonderland open air cinema, Mildura / Gerry Kennedy p8. Vale: Henry Jamieson 1927-2011 / Roderick Smith p15. Macquarie Theatre, Wellington, NSW / Janet Kaye p16. All is not gold: a tale of two sisters and a theatre that never was [Ascot Vale, Waratah Theatre] / Ian Smith p20. Princess Theatre, Launceston / Kevin Adams p22. Steel City movie days [Newcastle, NSW] / Crosley Carpenter p24. O.K. for sound: Pyrox Ltd, the PX5 and Senior Sound Heads / Ross King p32. A Sydney weekend / Gerry Kennedy p34.

ISSUE 70 2011: Vale: Graham Norman Smythe 1918-2011 p7. West's Picture Theatre, Nowra, NSW / Robert Parkinson p8. Stardust Drive-In Theatre, Ayr, Qld / Frank Jerkic p12. CATHS tour of Melbourne's western suburbs theatres p16. Celebrating Alan Woodard, cinema pioneer [Ozone Theatres] / Brian Pearson p18. Rebirth of the St Kilda Memo [Memorial Hall] / Brian Miller and Warren Spence p22. The Roxy Theatre, Wellington, NZ / David Lascelles p24. Fond memories from the Barkly bio-box [Barkly Theatre, Footscray] / Jim White p31. Inspection of Hoyts 8 cinemas, Sunnybank, Qld p36.

ISSUE 71 2011: Roxy Theatre, Bingara [NSW] / Peter Prineas p6. Members on tour: Eastern Africa / Roderick Smith p11. Meg Thomas 1928-2011: the lady from The State [Theatre Adelaide] / Jeffrey Wheare p12. Lyceum Theatre, Brisbane: Lyceum-Elite-George-Dendy-Tribal: the many lives of a cinema centenarian / Kevin Adams p14. Heritage lost [Ozone Theatre, Glenelg, SA] p25. The Toorak Village and the National Theatre 1961-1969: quest for a home [Gertrude Johnson] / Robert Taylor p29.

ISSUE 72 2011: Reminiscences of the Boondall Drive-In Theatre [Qld] / Ian Day p8. Pictures at the Ponds: a centenary in the suburbs [Moonee Ponds cinemas] / Ross King p12. Newtown's forgotten gem: the Trocadero [Newtown, NSW] / Robert Parkinson p19. A lifetime of entertainment across a nation / Peter Keogh p22. Balgowlah matinees [NSW] / Kel Woodside p26. John Payne recounts a past visit to Queensland's silent-movie house [Majestic Theatre, Pomona] p27. Across America / Mike Trickett p30. The National Theatre [Melbourne]: quest for a home part 2 / Robert Taylor p31. Queensland weekend: CATHS tour 22-3 Oct 2011 p34.

ISSUE 73 2012: Fiery finale [Renown Theatre, Condobolin, NSW burnt down] / Kevin Adams p8. Drive in with a difference: up on the roof! p9. Pride of the picture palaces [Civic Theatre, Auburn, NSW] / William Gray p10. Late supper shows at the Regent, South Yarra / Eric White p15. The Cinema Deakin [Mildura] story / Gerry Kennedy p18. As I remember it... Balwyn matinees [Time Theatre, Balwyn, Vic.] / Roger Greenwood p23. Pride of the Huon: the Palais Theatre [Franklin, Tas.] / Sam Turner p24. 'V' for Victory, 'H' for Hoyts [Victory Theatre, St Kilda, Vic.] / Jim White p28. City pictures at suburban prices: the Capitol Theatre, Miramar [NZ] / David Lascelles p30. The UK / Gerry Kennedy p34.

ISSUE 74 2012: A family affair: The Regent Theatre, Thornbury [Millsom family] / Ian Smith p9. S. Millsom and Sons: an unusual family of plaster artists / Ren Millsom p13. Fred Fanning and the Renown Theatre, Brandon [North Queensland] / Glenis Cislowski p14. Mt Druitt movie man [Mount Druitt, NSW and George Henry 'Dick' Simpson] p17. The sun never sets on Wests [Wests Theatre, Adelaide] / Jeffrey Wheare p18. Almost a theatre: the Canterbury [Vic.] Memorial Hall p30. Bijou Theatre, Esperance [WA] p32. Tasmanian odyssey [CATHS tour of theatres of Tasmania] p34.

ISSUE 75 2012: Embassy-Palladium-East End-Broadway: it all began with the My Fair Lady Theatre at the Palladium Entertainment Centre [100 Bourke Street, Melbourne] p9. The star pictures: Darwin's 'Star' of the north [Star Theatre, Darwin] / Ross King and Kevin Adams p14. The Wards of Brighton: a movie dynasty [Ward family] / Brian Pearson p20. The Armadale Theatre [Vic.]: a centenary of survival / Brian Miller p25. The Jubilee Picture Theatre and the picture shows of Lowood [Qld.] / Chris Hampton p26. Remembering Rockdale [NSW] / M. Pope p31. The Regent, Wanganui [NZ]: a theatre of beauty and refinement / David Lascelles p32. A theatre secretary in the depression / Margaret Curnow p36.

ISSUE 76 2012: At your convenience [inspection of cinemas, toilets in cinemas] / Brian Miller p7. The Skyline Drive-In Theatre, Dundas [NSW] / William Gray p10. The Wattle Theatre, Koo-Wee-Rup / Kevin Adams p16. The two Mr Gratton’s – the life and times of a cinematic duo: for king and empire [Henry (Harry) Gratton. The Empire Theatre, Brunswick. Retreat Open-Air Theatre. Lyric Theatre, Brunswick. Harry Gratton Junior] / Ross King p18. Roxy Drive-In Theatre, Townsville, Australia's first drive-in p24. My brilliant career [includes Walkerville Institute] / Ronald Smith p26. The picture-shows of Gawler [SA] [includes Gawler Institute, Hoyts Ozone Theatre] / John Clift and Brenton Rusby p32.

ISSUE 77 2013: Hoyts, Forest Hill [Melbourne]: CATHS tour p9. Douglas Rattray and the Paramount Theatre, Bundaberg / Peta Browne p10. Regent Theatre, Adelaide p18. The Clayton Drive-In Theatre, Narrogin, WA: derelict and deserted / Kevin Adams p20. My parents projection / John Williamson p22. Frank McKenzie: a lifetime at the drive-in [drive-in theatres] / Ross King p27. Wollongong Theatres Ltd: a south-coast [NSW] cinematic dynasty / Robert Parkinson p28. Members on tour: far north Queensland / Brian Hunt p33. Regent Picture Theatre, Yarram, Vic. / Gerry Kennedy p34.

ISSUE 78 2013: Thinking big in a digital world: Sydney and Melbourne Imax / Kevin Adams p8. Remembering the Waverley Theatre, East Malvern p10. As I remember it: the Selleck Group / Mel Elliott p15. From Poland to picture shows: the Orana Cinemas: the story of Kazimierz (Kasey) Siemiginowksi and his family / Gerry Kennedy p16. Theatre on a racecourse: Tasmania's first drive-in [Elwick Drive-In Theatre] / Sam Turner and Kevin Adams p20. Gladstone goes to the pictures [Gladstone, Qld cinemas] / Paulette Flint p22. Tower Cinemas, Newcastle (NSW) / Crosley Carpenter p34. A day out in sunny seaside Redcliffe (Qld) p40.

ISSUE 79 2013: The Tropical Theatre Delta, Ayr, Queensland / Glenis Cislowski p8. Australia Theatre, Orange, NSW / Gerry Kennedy p14. The Russell Cinemas and the Salvos [Salvation Army]: CATHS tour 13 July 2013 / S. Broadway p19. The Lakeway Drive-In Theatre, Claremont, Perth / Kevin Adams p20. Music Maestro please [orchestras in theatres] / Brian Miller and Ian Smith p22. The theatres of Geelong [Vic.] / Richard Twentyman p26.

ISSUE 80 2013: Skyway Drive-In Theatre, Bundaberg, Qld / Peta Browne p8. Porthole paradise: my days as an assistant projectionist [Bendigo] / Michael Purdon p14. Skyline Drive-In, Blacktown [Sydney, NSW] / William Gray and Kevin Adams p20. A brief look at Woomera, SA p23. The 'ideal' Ideal, cinema on the copper coast, Kadina, SA [Ideal Theatre] / Ross King and Colin Flint p24. End of an era! [closure of Greater Union Russell Cinemas, Russell Street, Melbourne] / Gerry Kennedy and David Kilderry p30. CATHS tour: Hoyts Northland Cinemas p38.

ISSUE 81 2014: The Regent, Wollongong / Robert Parkinson p8. The King's Theatre, Melbourne [Kings-Barclay-Russell] / Fred Page and Ian Smith p15. Pioneer of the Alice [Pioneer Drive-In Theatre, Alice Springs] / Kim Hopper p22. Oakleigh Paramount and Plaza Theatres [Oakleigh Mechanics' Institute] / Keith Davies p26. The Regal Cinema reborn [Birmingham Gardens, Newcastle, NSW] / Crosley Carpenter p36. South Coast memories: recollections of Roy Denison, the Port Elliot Drive-In and Victa Theatre / Tony Crawford p38.

ISSUE 82 2014: Richard Stephens [Qld]: cinema pioneer extraordinaire p8. The fabulous Bye Brothers radio talkies: Tasmanian picture show men [Alf and Allan Bye] p14. Melbourne's last superior single screen: introducing the Barclay: the middle years: Kings / Barclay / Russell Cinemas p16. Starlight Drive-In, Canberra p20. Empire days: memories of Melbourne in the 1940s and 50s / Eddie Shuttleworth [Empire Theatre, Brunswick] p22. Penrith [NSW] at the pictures: a brief look at the history of local theatres p24. The Surrey revisited [Surrey Hills, Vic.] p30. A family affair: our life in the South Australian film industry: memories by mother and son June and Bruce Richmond p32. As I remember it: Metro Twin Drive-In, Clayton / Max Pert; Booval [Qld] days / Myfanwy Sullivan p38. Opening of Mayfair Theatre at Bicton [Perth, WA] 1938 p39.

ISSUE 83 2014: The Theatre Royal, Camperdown (Vic.) / Richard Twentyman p6 (photos back page). Rockhampton's two Twins [Starline-Kawana Drive-In; City Cinema Centre] / Gerry Kennedy p9. Marketing 'Gone with the wind' in Melbourne / Ian Smith and the late Brian Miller p12. The Brisbane Regent / Mike Gillies p16. The Regent Adelaide: opening special 1928 p20. Valley Theatre / Latrobe Cinema, Traralgon (Vic.) / Gerry Kennedy p22. Show Biz Cinemas, Swan Hill / Ian Sheen p27. Cummins Theatre, Merredin, WA / Ivan Maguire p28. Cinema snippets: a brief look at ... The Palace Theatre, Boulder, WA p30. Classic, Elsternwick (Vic.): more than 100 years of entertainment p31. My Classic years [Classic Cinema] / Russell O'Regan p35. Who would work at the pictures?: selected extracts from the book by Steve Maggs p35. From weapons to Westrex - or - from bullets to biograph: the place of the Lithgow Small Arms Factory in the Australian cinema industry / Gordon Evans p36. CATHS visits Brighton Cinemas 26th July 2014 p38.

ISSUE 84 2014: Swan Hill Town Hall Cinema / Gerry Kennedy p6. The Rose Bay Wintergarden / Les Tod p9. The Pix Theatres in Geelong / Richard Twentyman p12. Capitol Theatre, Mildura / Gerry Kennedy p16. The Balwyn Theatre (Vic.) / Bill Gaul p19. From Lismore to Papua New Guinea / Charles Betteridge p20. Paragon Theatre, Childers (Qld) / Gerry Kennedy p24. Kookaburra Outdoor Cinema, Mundaring Weir, WA / Lindsay Morris p27. The life of a cinema operator - Jim Fenton / Phillip Fenton p30. CATHS presents Melbourne's newsreel theatres / Ross King p33. Members on tour: a pictorial diary: outback Queensland / Mike and Barb Trickett p36. A look back in time [history of Cinema Record and CATHS archive] / Gerry Kennedy p38.

ISSUE 85 2015: Letters: Cinerama in New Zealand p4. From Glenferrie Theatre to the New Glen / Ian Smith p6. At the Victoria Theatre, Tarnagulla / Ross King p11. The Union Theatre, Wonthaggi / Gerry Kennedy p12. Bowen Summergarden Cinemas / Gerry Kennedy p16. Capalaba, Queensland's first drive-in [Redlands] p20. The cinemas of Fremantle / adapted from the website of Garry Gillard p22. Movies at the Memo [Memorial Hall Theatre, Healesville] / Roger Seccombe p30. Lobethal [Cinema, Adelaide Hills] - the death of a cinema? / Noel Probert p32. The change to Cinemascope / Keith Gulliver p34. The picture show man / Bob Cunningham p36. Beatlemania / Chris Ball p38.

ISSUE 86 2015: Best of the West: the Barkly Footscray / Ian Smith p8. Astor Theatre, Morpeth, NSW / Les Tod p14. Roxy Theatre, Ouyen / Gerry Kennedy p16. Local identities: Victor Claude Durran / Jim and Joy Durran (as related to Richard Twentyman) p19. Daydream Island: a true theatre under the stars p20. The Warracknabeal Town Hall: another Victorian town hall cinema / Tony Tibballs p22. Newcastle theatres: a report on the CATHS 2015 tour / Tony Tibballs p26. Regent Theatre, Colac / Richard Twentyman p28. The theatres of Lismore, NSW (part 1) / William Gray p32. Ferny Lane Theatre, Norfolk Island / Geoff Gunst p35. Busselton Drive-In [WA]: the end of an era / Gerry Kennedy p36. As I remember it: James Theatre, Dungog turns 103 years old / Anthony Owen p38.

No. 87 2015: The Regent, Islington, Newcastle, NSW / Les Tod p6. Yallourn Theatre / Gerry Kennedy p10. The cinema star [Jean Gilbert 1879-1942] / Robert Parkinson p14. Harry Watson, Brunswick picture theatre pioneer [Empire Theatre] / Laurie Cunningham p16. Cinema surprises on tour / Ian Smith p20. Recollections of a country exhibitor [Bill Jennings, Myrtleford Theatre] / Tiff Rayner p22. The role of the Salvation Army in early exhibition / Robert Parkinson p28. The Regent: a Murwillumbah landmark / Les Tod p30. Celebrating 100 years: the Empire Theatre, Bowral 1915-2015 p32. As I remember it: Point Lonsdale Theatre / Eric Reed p34. The Palace Theatre, Cairns / Brian Hunt p36.

No. 88 2015: Cinemas of the past: Glen Innes (pictorial) p2. Bega's cinema stories: adapted from 'Screens and the Shire', a regional historical study by Michelle Gaddes p6. The theatres of Lismore, NSW part 2 / William Gray p11. Who would want to work at the pictures? / Steve Maggs p14. The Regent Theatre, Ballarat / Richard Twentyman p18. VistaVision: the story behind the system / Mike Trickett p25. The Jack Scott Northern Victoria Circuit / Pat Tallent (nee Scott) p28. The Rivoli celebrates 75 years [Camberwell] / Ian Smith p32. My love affair with the golden days of Melbourne movies / Gordon Onans p34. Recollections of Harry Davidson / Ross King p36. The Palace Theatre, Cairns - a postscript / Brian Hunt p38.

Includes: The Australian Cinematographe Centenary Celebration 22nd August 1896-1996 (Periodical box 177)

Result Collection Location Shelf No Status Notes
Periodicals Stacks Periodical boxes 175, 176 and 177 Available Periodical box 177: Issue 77, Edition 1 2013 - Issue 88 Edition 4 2015
Periodicals Stacks Periodical boxes 175, 176 and 177 Available Periodical box 176: Issue 46, Edition 1 2005 - Issue 76, Edition 4, 2012
Periodicals Main Library P 792 CIN Available Issue 104 December 2019
Periodicals Stacks Periodical boxes 175, 176 and 177 Available Periodical box 175: Issue 1 January 1994 - Issue 45, 2004