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JOYCE KENNEDY AS LADY CARLISLE

JOYCE KENNEDY AS LADY CARLISLE

By MARGERY ROWLAND Era Thaatra Cormpondant) HAD an interesting talk with Joyce Kennedy about her part in Maurice Colbourne’s new play, Charles the King.” She is playing Lady Carlisle, who, after the death of Strafford (reputed to have been her lover), supplied information agains
23 September 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BOBBY HOWES BINNIE HALE

BOBBY HOWES BINNIE HALE

YES, MADAM! A MUSICAL COMEDY FOUNDED ON THE NOVEL BY K. It C. BROWNE. ADAPTED BY R. P. WESTON, BERT LEE AK.R. C. BROWNE. LYRICS BY WESTON A LEE. DECOR BY CLIFFORD PEMBER. MUSIC BY JACK WALLER A JOSEPH TUNBRIDGE WITH THE BIGGEST COLLECTION OF LAUGHTER MAKERS EVER ASSEMBLED VERA P
14 November 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RELEASE DATE—APRIL 15th, 1935

RELEASE DATE—APRIL 15th, 1935

NOVEMBER 14, 4 BRITISH ■—•UTO.-" - NOVEMBER 1934
14 November 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
3ACK WILMER

3ACK WILMER

THEATRICAL VARIETY AGENCY 19, CHARING CROSS ROAD, W.C.2 ’Phonal Whitehall 4213 THE GREAT LEVANTE’S WONDER SHOW. Famous Australian Illusionist. Bept. SI: EDEN, BISHOP AUCKLAND. B«p«. 28 0.H., WORKINGTON. PA.: 72, March moot. Street, W.C. Terminus 4741. HART & " O’BRIAN FINISHIM R
23 September 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

. Harry Bristow and Dorothy Vernon celebrate the twentieth anniversary of their marriage on September 29. 1936.
23 September 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Ewill FYFFE

Ewill FYFFE

SCOTTISH CHARACTER COMEDIAN Nov. KINQ'B, GREENOCK. Nov. 19: EMPIRE, KINGSTON ’Phone: TULSE HILL 6986 Agent: TOM PACEY G. S. MELVIN NOV. 12 HIP., BIRMINGHAM. Nov. 19 EMPIRE, GLASGOW Phone: GLADSTONE 4076 EDELSTEN'S AGENCY
14 November 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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After talking with those who were familiar with all the minutely described details of the novel, it is easy to see why the cinema conception is a disappointment. Much cleaning up has been necessary for the screen, placing a different emphasis on certain incidents of the story. Y
23 September 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PARAMOUNT THEATRES

PARAMOUNT THEATRES

Brixton Astoria. —Kafka, Stanley and Mae, Helen Binnle, Leonard, Semon and Sonia, Morris and Cowley. Cardiff Capitol.—Lew Stone and his Band. Finsbury Park Astoria.—Geraldo's " Dancing Through,” with Geraldo's Band. Euohan MacLaren Ballet. Drury and Ramond, Frances Seymour. Para
14 November 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA

THE ERA

25 January 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IN THE TUNNEL’

IN THE TUNNEL’

G.-B.’s DYNAMIC UNDERSEA DRAMA By G. A. ATKINSON WHAT emerges from The Tunnel,” dramatically considered, is not so much the improvement in Anglo-American relations, or the stabilisation of Peace issues, or the triumphs of engineering over the obstinacies of matter in the greates
13 November 1935 - The Era - London, London, England