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The casting has been done with so much care that the acting appears to be spontaneous. It seems trite to talk about the art that conceals art, but here the tiling is exemplified. Anna Neagle as the American shop girl who suddenly carried off to become Queen of one of those comic
February 28, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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“I predict that jack Ahoy’ will be a big success.” -SUNDAY DISPATCH “This is a grand bit of fooling which

“I predict that jack Ahoy’ will be a big success.” -SUNDAY DISPATCH “This is a grand bit of fooling which

will entertain everyone highbrows, lowbrows, middle-brows and no-brows ... a jolly good picture, with the accent on the jolly’.” -SUNDAY EXPRESS “Most certainly you should take a look at Jack Ahoy’.” -NEWS OF THE WORLD Jack Ahoy is the best of fun. Jack Hulbert is provided with
February 28, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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HERE? A stamped addrctsed envelope must be enclos'd upon application lor each Letter. No circulars or parcels admitted to this List. No atidihon or omusion can made in this List alter 12 noon Saturday. Whilst exen-istno all neussary care, we dp not hold ourselves responsible lor
February 28, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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THE ERA

February 28, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Dubarry in Colour ? Fls understood that the colourprocess with which 8.1.P. have been experimenting for some months lias finally shown such exceptionally good results that certain sequences of " The Dubarry will probably be filmed in colour. This will be the first big British fi
February 28, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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FEW women can write a play-1 even Ireland, where playwrights are prolific, has only produced Lady Gregory—and yet twice during the past three years a Woman playwright has had the distinction of being the author of London’s longest run. Richard of Bordeaux is the latest play to c
February 28, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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’seventies, I feel quite convinced that. Wet eyes in Victorian days were the fashion: just as dry eyes are the fashion now. But audiences have reacted to emotional acting in vet other ways than these. In 1751). when Spranger Barry appeared as Othello, ladies are said to have shr
February 28, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England