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P. S. HARRISON

P. S. HARRISON

Thinks “Jew Suss” is “ Unsuitable for any Decent Person ” TEW SUSS,” called Power in J America, has provoked a lurid article from Pete Harrison, of Harrison’s Reports,” who describes it as unsuitable for any decent person and a medium by which the basest passions are appealed to
October 24, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TINIEST THEATRE

TINIEST THEATRE

45-Seater at Dulwich ("')NE more to the list of tiny theatres recently chronicled in “The Era.” A forty-five seater at Dulwich is part of a private house whose owner, Mr. C. Matthews, built it because he was tired of the products of the average amateur play-society. He plays lea
October 24, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MARCH 18th, 1935 THE ERA

MARCH 18th, 1935 THE ERA

October 24, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
H.R.H THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT, KG.

H.R.H THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT, KG.

Principal: SIR JOHN B. McEWEN. M.A., D.Mus.
October 24, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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October 24, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA

THE ERA

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October 24, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROBB WILTON

ROBB WILTON

Oct. M, TROCADERO RESTAURANT Roto Now AMron: 157, MAIOA YALE, W. 9 Toi. Maids Vale 4971
October 24, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICIANS WANTED THE CINEMA BUREAU’S REPUTABLE SERVICE.

MUSICIANS WANTED THE CINEMA BUREAU’S REPUTABLE SERVICE.

WANTED KNOWN. TO PROPRIETORS AND MANAGERS. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A LIVE BAND? IF SO, LET US HAVE YOUR REQUIREMENTS, WHETHER FOR PIT. STAGE. OR DANCE WORK. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR LONG EXPERIENCE. FULL ORCHESTRAS, STAGE BANDS. AND DANCE COMBINATIONS CAN BE ASSEMBLED AT A MOMENT S NOT
October 24, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FREE MEALS FOR ACTORS

FREE MEALS FOR ACTORS

Protective Theatrical Measures Abroad By BERNARD MOORE Era Geneva Correspondent) TWO hundred and five thou- sand free meals in two and a half years is the record of the Actors’ Dinner Club, an organisation of the Actors’ Fund of America, according to a report just issued by the
October 10, 1934 - The Era - London, London, England