A New Shaw Character in Pygmalion NEW character has been added by Bernard Shaw to the film version of “Pygmalion,” now in production at Pinewood. It is Alex Karpathi, a Hunsarian foreign credentials expert.” Karpathi will be played by Esme Percy, whom Mr. Shaw had mind when he w
I B. PRIESTLEY, just back after •'* seeing the close of the New York production of his Time and the Conways,” thinks that the best London audiences are more appreciative of the finer points of playwriting than the best New York audiences. “New Yorkers are more receptive of new i
CO old-timer Trevor is with us again. Coming away from Wembley after the Cup-final I travelled with John Macadam and John Robertson, the Siamese Twins sports writing, and talk turned on Wignall. One accompanying provincial sceptic voiced the usual sour grapes comment on Wignall
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Lea Allen with Lauri Day A Roy Willis, Charles Austin A Willie Lancet, Three Stooges, with AI Oakes, Shaw A Weston, Three Merry Widows, Page A Nona, Tollefsen, Two Jays. BRISTOL HIPPODROME Pictures. CHATHAM EMPIRE Pictures. CHATHAM PICTURE HOUSE FLORAL HALL, LEICESTER Pictures.
Little Drummer Boy (E) Dash. Lambeth Walk (E) Cinephonic. Thanks for the Memory (A) Victoria. I Double Dare You (A) Sun Me Myself and I (A) Noms. So Many Memories (A) C. & C. Don’t Ever Change (A) C. & C. Once in a While (A) F. D. & H. Patchwork Quilt (E) World-Wide. Sunny Side
Subsidy By BENN W. LEVY V/lISS ROWLAND published In your issue of October 13 an excellent article, vigorous and sincere, but, if I may say so, not sufficiently thorough. At first glance it does, as she says, appear strange that people who love the theatre should oppose a theatre
October 27, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England