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WHEN I PASSED THE OLD CHURCH DOOR

WHEN I PASSED THE OLD CHURCH DOOR

I one-stepsT WALLAHMALAKA LUCY ALL IN FAVOUR BUNKEY DOODLE-I-DOH SAVOY MEDLEYS HUNGARIAN MEDLEY
01 January 1931 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACTIONS AND WORDS.

ACTIONS AND WORDS.

Stories which did verv well when we saw lliein action onlv, became
01 January 1931 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE WIDE SCREEN

THE WIDE SCREEN

IS IT A COMMERCIAL PROPOSITION? BY ARTHUR DENT If In* i?* ever l«» l»#*« Mine cniiiinerciiii it will not unouni tlie him liuviiix width. Thin a novel!\ jingle, hut (he tiling it |»nn*ti(’al proposition is hnvinx what they allege they have; that is, dimensional propensities; or i
01 January 1931 - The Era - London, London, England
 
*lioii|«| no) In* of Mi*. \)illi« •Linn*«. ulio ha* ananijf*! tl»» |•:•ll«•l

*lioii|«| no) In* of Mi*. \)illi« •Linn*«. ulio ha* ananijf*! tl»» |•:•ll«•l

*lioii|«| no) In* of Mi*. \) lli« •Linn*«. ha* tl»» |•:•ll«•l mui and Mr. Art-hit- Sian ton. who (liri’i-i* the iniuni-ui-il •♦arclhid orr-hftra. Mr. K. W. .1. (•Itnluoll i* th«> ariintr Windthnhm 'rinatn-. and from l<ini ih patron* r«-<civc c-\ rry CINDERELLA
01 January 1931 - The Era - London, London, England
 
StER HOUSE, 42-43, CRANBOURN STREET, I LONDON, W.C.2. I

StER HOUSE, 42-43, CRANBOURN STREET, I LONDON, W.C.2. I

StER HOUSE, 42-43, CRANBOURN STREET, LONDON, W.C.2. I Cnwrat Manager t HARRY HILLING I REE H gS Gene p HARR I ANCAStI i"* Telephone* : GERRARD 2652-4, Telegram, and Cable, anEffa'UaUEnEn&iEife^ “Formerly Westland London. p A p “Sherekium, London.”. FAKIS> BERLIN NEW YORK 1 AUSTRA
01 January 1931 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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HAROLD WELLESLEY

HAROLD WELLESLEY

Second Season tiit.’i Leoti Salherx “Dame,” Borough Theatre, STRATFORD §ami' (Smiit > auft
01 January 1931 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Drury SpactacU. Tho musical play The Souk Drum will produced Drury latio on Saturday night Tho prcduction. which it on

Drury SpactacU. Tho musical play The Souk Drum will produced Drury latio on Saturday night Tho prcduction. which it on

a more clalorato Halo than any yet presented there, ha* entuihd mo*t careful co-ordination. there it revolv* tho ktaxo, big changes will lie made momentary black-outs.” One of tho it from a |M>lo ground, with its n\e huge marqiiocs, to Captain Tony Darrells bungalow. Another fro
01 January 1931 - The Era - London, London, England
 
O.w. Citfb

O.w. Citfb

The O.P, Club will liold a Ritter-8w eta dinner daiKi* lie \la>fair Hotel Sunday evening, •lannary llth. Miss Evelyn Lute will tho chair. Haw Haymarkst Play** TH»*. *• Colonel Satan i* be the title new Booth Tarkington comedy drama, in which Horace Watson w-tll Hetiry ami Jeanne
01 January 1931 - The Era - London, London, England
 
•* Frlvata Lives “ far AmarUa,

•* Frlvata Lives “ far AmarUa,

Clwrles B. C'ochran's iirodueiiou of “Privato Lives" recently witlidrawii from the Phoenix Theatre, will mien tho Time* Square Theatre New York on January 27th next. Tor a three months’ run—rain or shine. It will have the same cast with tin* exception of Jill Ramond Moore (Laure
01 January 1931 - The Era - London, London, England