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NEWS FROM BRITISH STUDIOS THE ERA PICKWICKSON PARADE!

NEWS FROM BRITISH STUDIOS THE ERA PICKWICKSON PARADE!

\T/HO will play the much sought IVV after role of Mr. Pickwick in the forthcoming Gaumont- British film version of Charles Dickens’ Pickwick Papers, which Walter Forde will direct at Lime Grove when he has finished is next G.B. assignment, Brown on Resolution.” That is the quest
May 2, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DUDLEY BERESFORD HONOURED

DUDLEY BERESFORD HONOURED

ryUDLEY BERESFORD, poet author, and well known Era readers, has been honour* by Prince George of Greece for services to letters by his works < Scandinavian and Greek legenr which include sagas after Snorro ai Longfellow, written in trochaic me sure and ancient style. Mr. Beresfo
May 2, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BIG NAMES FOR PATHETONE

BIG NAMES FOR PATHETONE

DATHE have been busy recently * signing up more popular variety stars for the Pathetone Weekly and Pathe Pictorial. Among the many engagements to mature are Reginald Foort, the cinema organist; Peter Paget, well-known actor of Dickens’s characters, who brings to life the cringin
May 2, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STRAND ELECTRIC

STRAND ELECTRIC

AND ENGINEERING CO.. LTD. Theatre lighting specialists. largS STOCK OF APPARATUS FOR HIRE AND SALS 1f.24. FLORAL STREET. LONDON. W.CJ* BAR
May 2, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW GALLERY NEXT WEEK

NEW GALLERY NEXT WEEK

Gaumont-British Production
January 17, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Edited by G. A. ATKINSON THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF ENTERTAINMENT

Edited by G. A. ATKINSON THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF ENTERTAINMENT

January 17, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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* * Hicliard Burbage transferred the operations Hie Shoreditch Theatre to Southwark, under the name the Clobe Theatre, where’Shakespeare made his start, and later went into management. Tradition says that Will preferred play parts that enabled him to keep eye what was going at th
January 17, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TALKINCJ SHOP

TALKINCJ SHOP

(Continued from page 1) down, it is not fantastic as might imagined. When O. Soglow, the brilliant cartoonist in the New Yorker ” and other magazines, was studying in Chicago, he sent cubist drawing of negro woman eating apple a very highbrow competition. They stood it on its si
January 17, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARTICLES FOR SALE

ARTICLES FOR SALE

AMUSTEL ORGAN, low pitch, for hire; also Celesta. MALKIN. 34, Spencer-hill. Wimbledon. 5.W.19. 'Phone. Wimbledon 5055. COMPLETE Kit Parson’s Tymps., J 27 in. x 23 in.; Hawkes’ side, pianoaction Clock; Turkish foo - and loose Cymbals; all effects; bargain. £25; 2 •Cellos. £4, £3.
August 8, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England