|Artifact Type||Mainstream Media, Sources|
|Publication||New York Times|
|Place||New York, NY|
|Publication Date||August 31, 1927|
Headline: “Chicago Movie Men See a Wider Tie-Up”
Subhead: Almost Total Closing in Area Affected by Operators' Strike Is Predicted. TO CUT OFF FILM SUPPLY Exchanges Will Not Serve Houses Keeping Open — Union Threatens Appeal to Federal Courts.
Special to the New York Times.
CHICAGO, Aug. 30. — Chicago’s movie and vaudeville theatre tie-up today promised to grow even more widespread than it was last night, when about 90 per cent. of the theatres of the metropolitan area affected had closed their doors because of a dispute between film exhibitors and operators.
|Archive||New York Times|
|Read In Context||http://timesmachine.nytimes.com/timesmachine/1927/08/31/97235769.html?pageNumber=19|
|Citation||“Chicago Movie Men See a Wider Tie-Up,” New York Times, August 31, 1927.|