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FELDMANISM THE STAR HITS ARE ARTISTES & PLAYED

FELDMANISM THE STAR HITS ARE ARTISTES & PLAYED

ART. FOWLER, London Pavilion, 1 HAVEN’T TOLD HER NOTE NEW TELEPHONE NOi GERRARD 6628 (3 Lines). TELEGRAMS i “HUWIFRIV, LONDON.” TING-A-LING, Etc. rusted Jstui and Herbert .Sydney Gibba (Trading A. E. Gibbs and J. Bam(orth), St. Albans. Herts, lor and on behalf of The Wyvern Pres
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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&cdLJS&t-uiOx.Jjtc!l 134, Charing Cross Road, London. W.C.2.

August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DOUBLE SPACE (ONE INCH OEEP>— . ... _. ... M ThirtMn Inuilwra - - «" 1 Photo BlocSo, 100. ootio.

DOUBLE SPACE (ONE INCH OEEP>— . ... _. ... M ThirtMn Inuilwra - - «" 1 Photo BlocSo, 100. ootio.

BILLY DANVERS and Chubby. Aug. 8. PALACE, SALFORD. P.A.o Merrlvale, Offerton Lana, Stockport. ’Phone: Stockport 3882. "THC BEAU HARRY_ TATE BILLIARDS, MOTORING, GARDENING, GOLFING, FLYING, BROADCASTING. IN HIS OFFICE, TEA, PEACEHAVEN. Aug. S, HIPPODROME, BRISTOL. G. S. MELVIN PR
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JUST SAY** Talbot O’FARRELL BEEVES A LAMPORT TOMMY LORNE

JUST SAY** Talbot O’FARRELL BEEVES A LAMPORT TOMMY LORNE

JUST SAY** Talbot O’FARRELL BEEVES LAMPORT TOMMY LORNE Principal Comedian, Harry Norris’s “THE SHOP WINDOW.*
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROY COWL.

ROY COWL.

Featuring with Mr. Norman Lee in “ THE STRANGLER.** Aug. S, HIPPO., ILFORD. FRED HUDSON With Mr. Norman Lee's New Mystery Play, “THE STRANGLER.**. Aug. 8, HIPPO., ILFORD.
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AT LIBERTY.

AT LIBERTY.

•Phone: 7039 Regent.
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SONGS AND SINGERS.

SONGS AND SINGERS.

B. Feldman and Co. No fewer than thirty-seven thousand visitors landed in Manxland for the Bank Holiday, and judging by the crowded state of Douglas Head each rlay throughout the past week, rjost cf that number havo heard the 011-Fillnm programme put over in sparkling style Dave
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA

THE ERA

August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England