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Name Union Theatres Feature Exchange
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distribution company established by Union Theatres in 1930 as it sought to re-enter film distribution. Previously the distribution arm of the company had been Australasian Films. During the 1920s the distribution business of the company had dwindled as American companies moved to direct distribution and the Australasian/UT combine had centred its activities on building and operating cinemas. With the financial crash of 1929, UT reopened its distribution business as UTFE and specialised in British films. This became the basis for its later name British Empire Films (BEF)

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Song of Soho
Hate Ship, The
Flame of Love, The
Harmony Heaven
Not So Quiet on the Western Front
Ridin' Law
Young Woodley
W Plan, The
Loose Ends
Middle Watch, The
Two Worlds
Raise the Roof
Kiss Me Sergeant
Night Birds
Journey's End