HC Deb 05 June 1939 vol 348 cc20-1
28. Mr. Day

asked the Postmaster-General whether the two films entitled "One Family" and "A Southern April," which passed from the Empire Marketing Board to the Post Office on 1st October, 1933, are still being exhibited; and whether he can state the number of exhibitions of the films that were made during the previous two years?

Major Tryon

The film "One Family" is no longer being exhibited, and there has been no presentation of it during the last two years. The film "A Southern April" is still included in the Empire Film Library, which has loaned it for educational purposes on 77 occasions during the last two years. In the same period it has been shown 109 times in the Imperial Institute Cinema.

Mr. Day

Can we be informed of the fees charged for the exhibition of this film?

Mr. H. G. Williams

Has the discontinuance of the film entitled "One Family" anything to do with the conference in Southport?

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