The Regalais were an Australian cinema company that opened in 1932 and became known for its spectacular films.
Regal had one of the most successful cinema chains in Australia, which was founded by an American film executive and a British movie producer named David Hughes.
The Regals films were renowned for their visual spectacle and the ability to capture the imagination of the audience.
After Hughes left the company in 1965, he decided to go back to work for his brother, Richard Hughes.
He would go on to found his own company, Universal Pictures, which later went on to produce the hugely popular “Transformers” movies.
Regalai films were also popular in the U.K. in the 1960s, which would later become one of Regal’s most profitable markets.
Now, the Regalaises are coming back to the Shelves.
The Shelves at the Regal Cinemas at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Regaliais Regal cinema opened in Melbourne in 1931.
“I was just looking at my film of 1931, which I’d been shooting for a couple of years, and I had just done a couple scenes, I remember one of them was the movie of a house full of bats and I think I had probably three or four scenes in the film, I had only got three of the five cameras on me.
I think it was the first time I’d ever shot that.
And I just took it off the shelf and started shooting,” Regal told the ABC.
“So I thought, ‘I’m going to try to do something different.
I’m going, ‘Why don’t I just try and do something new?’
So I did it, I took the four cameras off the shelves, and it went straight into the movie.”
Regal was a fan of cinema from a young age.
“My brother was a cinematographer, and my father was a film photographer, so my dad was very familiar with cinema and cinema history, so he would have all these pictures of the film companies, and he would say, ‘Oh yeah, this is one of those pictures’.
So I think that was really important to me.
So I just kind of went and went and shot it.”
Regal said that he took inspiration from his own childhood experiences as a child, as he saw his father in the cinematograph room.
“I was always fascinated by cinema, so I started shooting films, and then I started to make films with my friends, so then I’d do some of my own movies and then eventually we’d work on a project together, and we would start to make some films,” he said.
It was this film career that eventually led Regal to become a film producer.
“At the time, it was just a small thing, and really not that much, but I got a couple films made, and when I was about to leave school at the age of 16 I went and worked for an Australian company, and that was my first film job,” he explained.
“And that’s when I realised I could do film.
And then at the same time, I got involved with a lot of different things, so that’s where I’ve been for the last 20 years.”
Regal started his own production company, called Regala Productions, in the mid-1950s, and would go onto produce films such as “The Secret Life of Pets”, “The Hounds of the Bells”, “In the Shadow of the Sea” and “The Little Ones”.
“So I’d like to say that, for me, it’s the one film that has given me the most pleasure,” Regala said.
“It was a fantastic experience, and to work on those films, because I was an only child and I didn’t know anything about filmmaking, and so I was trying to teach myself, so to speak, about how to do a film.
I had been making films in school, and working in my parents’ shop, and they would give me a copy of a book called “Film History”, which was a book that was supposed to be for children, and for the first 10 years, I didn-I just had to get by.
Then, one day, I found out about the film industry, and you know, that was something I was really looking forward to, and the industry was so big, so it was really a dream come true for me,” he added.
When Regal was about 30, he started making films for the Australian and British film industries.
“That’s where my interest really was,” he remembered.
After his successful production, Regal worked for a while as a cinematography teacher, before moving on to work as a director.
But after he made the decision to make a career as a filmmaker, Regala found himself in an unhappy situation.
“My parents were