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THEATRE WORLD Magazines: 1930s

1930

ThW/Jan 1930 (No.60): Cover portrait - Benita Hume [44pp, 8.5x11; cover slightly grubby, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Feb 1930 (No.61): Cover portrait - Madeleine Carroll [44pp, 8.5x11; cover slightly grubby, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Mch 1930 (No.62): Cover portrait - Diana Wynyard [44pp, 8.5x11; cover slightly grubby, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Jun 1930 (No.65): Cover portrait - Elsie Randolph [48pp, 8.5x11; cover slightly grubby, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Oct 1930 (No.69): Cover portrait - Celia Johnson [48pp, 8.5x11; cover slightly grubby and almost detached, minor marks, else VG] £5

ThW/Nov 1930 (No.70): Cover portrait - Marjorie Mars [48pp, 8.5x11; cover slightly grubby, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Dec 1930 (No.71): Cover portrait - Maurice Chevalier [48pp, 8.5x11; cover slightly grubby, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

1931

ThW/Jun 1931 (No.77): Cover portrait - Diana Wynyard; Photographic Souvenir of LEAN HARVEST [60pp, 8.5x11; cover slightly grubby, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Aug 1931 (No.79): Cover portrait - Raymond Massey; Photographic Souvenir of LATE NIGHT FINAL [56pp, 8.5x11; cover slightly grubby and detached, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Oct 1931 (No.81): Cover portrait - Elena Miramova in GRAND HOTEL; Photographic Souvenir of GRAND HOTEL [56pp, 8.5x11; cover slightly grubby, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Nov 1931 (No.82): Cover portrait - Phyllis Neilson-Terry in ELIZABETH OF ENGLAND; Photographic Souvenir of ELIZABETH OF ENGLAND [56pp, 8.5x11; cover slightly grubby and split at spine, minor marks, else VG] £5

ThW/Dec 1931 (No.83): Cover portrait - Marie Tempest; Photographic Souvenir of LITTLE CATHERINE [56pp, 8.5x11; cover slightly grubby, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] £5

1932

ThW/Feb 1932 (No.85): Scenes from WALTZES FROM VIENNA (Marie Burke, Borghild Bodom, Adrienne Brune, Davy Burnaby, Helene Blackburn, Phyllis Blackburn, Dennis Noble, Robert Nainby, C.V.France, Esmond Knight, Alexandra Danilova - 21 photos), THE GAY ADVENTURE (Seymour Hicks, Eric Maturin, Marion Lorne - 3 photos), HOLD MY HAND (Harry Milton, Stanley Lupino, Sonnie Hale, Connie Emerald, Jessie Matthews - 2 photos), WALK THIS WAY (Gracie Fields, Tommy Fields, Jack Mayne, Morris Harvey - 2 photos), and CAVALCADE (2 photos); full-page photos of Marion Lorne, Sybil Thorndike, and Dorothy Dickson; photos of Francis Lister, Malcolm Keen, Campbell Gullan and Felix Aylmer in THE NELSON TOUCH, and Sydney Howard and Leslie Henson in IT'S A GIRL!; articles on Sir Barry Jackson (w.photo) and Max Reinhardt (w.photo); interview with Hugh Wakefield (w.photo); The Film World (w.reviews, 4 stills from SUNSHINE SUSIE with Renate Muller, Owen Nares, Morris Harvey and Jack Hulbert, full-page portrait of Anna Neagle), stage reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly grubby, spine rubbed, centre pages loose, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Mch 1932 (No.86): Scenes from HELEN! (Evelyn Laye, Bruce Carfax) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly grubby, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Apr 1932 (No.87): Scenes from THE GREEN PACK (Gerald du Maurier) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly grubby and detached, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Jun 1932 (No.89): Scenes from THE MIRACLE (Tilly Losch) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly grubby, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] £5

ThW/Jul 1932 (No.90): Scenes from OUT OF THE BOTTLE (Frances Day) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly grubby, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] £5

ThW/Aug 1932 (No.91): Scenes from EVENSONG (Edith Evans) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly grubby, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] £5

ThW/Sep 1932 (No.92): Scenes from CASANOVA (Dorothy Dickson, Arthur Fear) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Oct 1932 (No.93): Scenes from TOO TRUE TO BE GOOD (Cedric Hardwicke) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly grubby and partially detached, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Dec 1932 (No.95): Scenes from SERVICE (Leslie Banks) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] £5

1933

ThW/Jan 1933 (No.96): Scenes from ANOTHER LANGUAGE (Edna Best, Herbert Marshall) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty and detached, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Feb 1933 (No.97): Scenes from THE STREETS OF LONDON (Margaretta Scott) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] £5

ThW/Mch 1933 (No.98): Scenes from RICHARD OF BORDEAUX (John Gielgud) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover tatty and detached, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Apr 1933 (No.99): Scenes from JOLLY ROGER (George Robey) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/May 1933 (No.100): Scenes from WILD VIOLETS (Rita Cooper, John Garrick, Charlotte Greenwood, Adele Dixon, Micky Brantwood, Irene Potter, Jerry Verno, Jean Cadell, Fred Conyngham, Esmond Knight, Albertina Rasch Dancers, Morton Selten, Therese Vincent, Valerie Hay - 24 photos), and HE WANTED ADVENTURE (Bobby Howes, Marie Burke, Ernest Graham, Wylie Watson - 5 photos); large portraits of Ann Todd, Margot Grahame; photos of Ralph Lynn and Robertson Hare in A BIT OF A TEST, Robert Douglas and Anthony Ireland in TEN MINUTE ALIBI, Gertrude Lawrence, Nigel Bruce, Hugh Wakefield and Leslie Banks in THIS INCONSTANCY (2 photos), David Burns and Basil Sydney in DINNER AT EIGHT (3 photos), and Leo Genn, Harry Wilcoxon and Leon M.Lion in BEGGARS IN HELL!; article about the Stratford-upon-Avon Shakespeare Festival by W.Bridges-Adams (w.photo of the author); small photos of Emlyn Williams, Rachel Crothers, Gladys Cooper, Gavin Gordon; The Film World (3 stills from THE KID FROM SPAIN with Eddie Cantor; small portraits of Marjorie Mars, Madeleine Carroll, Joan Wyndham, and Joan Barry), reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty and detached, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Jun 1933 (No.101): Scenes from WHEN LADIES MEET (Marie Tempest, Owen Nares) [54pp, 8.75x11.75; tatty - a reading copy only] (£3) SOLD

ThW/Jul 1933 (No.102): Scenes from THE LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN (Edith Evans) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover tatty, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Aug 1933 (No.103): Scenes from PROSCENIUM (Ivor Novello, Fay Compton) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] £5

ThW/Oct 1933 (No.105): Scenes from BALL AT THE SAVOY (Natalie Hall) [60pp, 8.75x11.75; cover detached, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] £5

ThW/Nov 1933 (No.106): Scenes from NYMPH ERRANT - Cole Porter (Gertrude Lawrence, Elisabeth Welch, Austin Trevor, Alexander Ivo, Walter Crisham - 30 production photos); photos of Leslie Howard in THIS SIDE IDOLATRY and Robert Donat in A SLEEPING CLERGYMAN, 12 photos of NICE GOINGS ON with Leslie Henson, 4 photos of the film of THE PRIVATE LIFE OF HENRY VIII with Charles Laughton, 4 photos of Marlene Dietrich in the film THE SONG OF SONGS, a review of THE CHERRY ORCHARD at the Old Vic with Charles Laughton, and much else [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover tatty and detached, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

1934

ThW/Mch 1934 (No.110): Scenes from AFTERWARDS (Marion Lorne) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Apr 1934 (No.111): Scenes from CONVERSATION PIECE (Yvonne Printemps, Noel Coward, Louis Hayward, Heather Thatcher - 35+ photos), THE GOLDEN TOY (Ion Swinley, Peggy Ashcroft, Wilfrid Lawson, Ernest Thesiger, Lupino Lane), MAGNOLIA STREET (directed by Komisarjevsky), DOUBLE DOOR (Sybil Thorndike, Owen Nares, Sebastian Shaw, Carol Goodner), and PARIS EN FETE (Jane Ayr, Loranne); portraits of John Gielgud and Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies in RICHARD OF BORDEAUX, Adele Dixon, Charlotte Greenwood and Victoria Hopper in THREE SISTERS; feature on Victoria Hopper, Sybil Thorndike, Yvonne Printemps and George Robey; portraits of Greta Garbo, Katharine Hepburn and Claudette Colbert; feature on QUEEN CHRISTINA (Greta Garbo); reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly grubby and detached, spine rubbed, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/May 1934 (No.112): Scenes from THREE SISTERS (Victoria Hopper, Charlotte Greenwood, Adele Dixon) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] £5

ThW/Jun 1934 (No.113): Scenes from WHY NOT TO-NIGHT? (Greta Nissen) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty and detached, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] £5

ThW/Jul 1934 (No.114): Scenes from TOUCH WOOD (Ian Hunter, Dorothy Hyson) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] £5

ThW/Aug 1934 (No.115): Scenes from QUEEN OF SCOTS (Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies) [52pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] £5

ThW/Sep 1934 (No.116): Scenes from THE MAITLANDS (John Gielgud, Sophie Stewart, Catherine Lacey, Jack Hawkins, May Whitty, Stephen Haggard; dir:Komisarjevsky - 22 photos), ADMIRALS ALL (Laura La Plane, Aubrey Mather), LIVING DANGEROUSLY (Godfrey Tearle, Madge Saunders, Carol Goodner), MEN IN WHITE (Robert Douglas, Joan Marion, Lewis Casson, Jill Esmond), and LA REVUE D'AMOUR (Margot Davidson); portraits of Gladys Cooper and Raymond Massey in THE SHINING HOUR, Gertrude Lawrence and Douglas Fairbanks Jnr. in HERE LIES TRUTH, June (with brief biography) and Merle Oberon (with brief biography); lino-cut and feature on Elisabeth Bergner; Off With The Motley! (on Tilly Losch, Eileen Peel, Sherkot and Ellis Jeffreys - w.photos); A Tour of America's Summer Playhouses, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty and partially detached, spine rubbed, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Oct 1934 (No.117): Scenes from THE SHINING HOUR (Raymond Massey, Gladys Cooper) [52pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Nov 1934 (No.118): Scenes from MURDER IN MAYFAIR (Ivor Novello) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Dec 1934 (No.119): Scenes from SWEET ALOES (Diana Wynyard, Joyce Carey, Katherine Wilson, Alan Napier, Vivienne Bennett, Hartley Power, Jack Allen - 26 photos), THEATRE ROYAL (Marie Tempest, Madge Titheradge, George Zucco, Laurence Olivier), HAMLET (John Gielgud, Jessica Tandy, Frank Vosper, Laura Cowie, George Howe, Jack Hawkins - 8 photos), and LA REVUE D'AMOUR (Ronald Frankau, Renee Roberts); Scenes from A LUCKY BREAK (Leslie Henson), YES, MADAM? (Bobbie Howes), THE WIND AND THE RAIN (Celia Johnson, Robert Harris) and HYDE PARK CORNER (Godfrey Tearle); portraits of John Gielgud as HAMLET (w.brief biography), Bobby Howes and Binnie Hale in YES, MADAM?, June, Phyllis Neilson-Terry, Elsie Prince and Audrey Acland in Pantomime, La Jana in STREAMLINE, and Frederic March (w.brief biography); Off With The Motley! (on Charles Prentice, Hartley Power, Katherine Wilson and Joyce Carey - with portraits); the new film of THE MERRY WIDOW (w.Jeanette Macdonald, Maurice Chevalier); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; slightly grubby, else VG] (£5) SOLD

1935

ThW/Jan 1935 (No.120): Scenes from HAMLET (John Gielgud, Frank Vosper, Laura Cowie, Jessica Tandy, Glen Byam-Shaw, George Howe, George Devine, Jack Hawkins, William Devlin, Anthony Quayle, Alec Guinness (aged 20, as Osric), Ben Field, Geoffrey Toone - 36 photos), MARY READ (Robert Donat, Flora Robson), and THE SHINING HOUR (Gladys Cooper, Raymond Massey, Adrianne Allen); portraits of Douglas Byng as 4 characters in HI-DIDDLE-DIDDLE; Four Holiday Attractions (Margery Binner, Joyce Barbour, Betty Frankiss and Polly Ward); Introducing John Gielgud (article with portrait); feature on Markova - Our Only Prima Ballerina; photos of the new film THE IRON DUKE (w.George Arliss, A.E.Matthews, Gladys Cooper, Allan Aynesworth); reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; slightly rumpled, else VG] (£8) SOLD

ThW/Feb 1935 (No.121): Scenes from BLACKBIRDS OF 1935 (Valaida) [52pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty and partially detached, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Apr 1935 (No.123): Scenes from MAN OF YESTERDAY (Leslie Banks, Ann Todd, Rex Harrison - 27 photos), and STOP PRESS (Robert Helpmann, Florence Chumbecos, Dorothy Dickson); portrait of Marie Ney in EVERYMAN; Cartoon of Ralph Lynn and Cicely Courtneidge as Romeo and Juliet; In The Limelight (featuring Margaret Rawlings, Elsie Randolph, Adele Dixon and Jessica Tandy - w.portraits); Off With The Motley (featuring Leslie Banks, B.Iden Payne, Wendy Hiller and Catherine Lacey - w.portraits); Scenes from the new film SANDERS OF THE RIVER (Paul Robeson, Nina Mae McKinney, Leslie Banks); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; lacks p.159/160; cover partially detached, spine rubbed, centre pages partially loose, else VG] (£3) SOLD

ThW/Jun 1935 (No.125): Scenes from GLAMOROUS NIGHT (Ivor Novello, Mary Ellis) [52pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Jul 1935 (No.126): Scenes from TOVARICH (Eugenie Leontovich, Cedric Hardwicke) [52pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly grubby, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Aug 1935 (No.127): Scenes from NOAH (John Gielgud, George Devine, Harry Andrews, Alec Guinness, Merula Salaman, Richard Sheridan, Ena Burrill, Marjorie Fielding, Jessica Tandy, Marius Goring, Colin Keith-Johnston, Harold Young - 25 photos), THIS DESIRABLE RESIDENCE (Marie Ney, Claud Horton, Dorothy Hamilton, Eric Portman), ANYTHING GOES (Jack Whiting, Jeanne Aubert, Sydney Howard), LOVE LAUGHS (Laddie Cliff, Renee Houston), LA REVUE SPLENDIDE (Renee Roberts); portraits of Greer Garson in ACCENT ON YOUTH, Diana Wynyard in SWEET ALOES, and Miriam Hopkins in BECKY SHARP; Cartoon of Robert Atkins' Regent's Park Nightmare; Off With The Motley (featuring Jack Whiting, Greer Garson, Frederick Bentham and Adele Dixon - w.portraits); Our Younger Dramatists (Emlyn Williams, John Van Druten, Noel Coward, Merton Hodge, Keith Winter, Ivor Novello); Problems of the Open-Air Theatre; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; cover tatty, spine rubbed, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Sep 1935 (No.128): Scenes from NIGHT MUST FALL (Emlyn Williams, Angela Baddeley, Eric Stanley, Dame May Whitty, Dorothy Langley, Kathleen Harrison, Matthew Boulton, Basil Radford - 21 photos), THE TWO MRS. CARROLLS (Elena Miramova, Leslie Banks, Joan Maude, Lamont Dickson, Edward Harben, Louise Hampton - 7 photos), FULL HOUSE (Robert Andrews, Heather Thatcher, Lilian Braithwaite, Maidie Andrews, John Williams, Isabel Jeans - 4 photos); photos of Wendy Hiller and Julien Mitchell in LOVE ON THE DOLE, Adele Dixon, Peter Haddon, Jack Whiting and Diana Wilson in ANYTHING GOES, Diana Wynyard in SWEET ALOES; photographic portraits of Dame May Whitty, Angela Baddeley, Kathleen Harrison, Jeanne Aubert, Mary Brian, Jack Whiting, Mary Glynne; features (w.photos) on Elena Miramova, Cole Porter, Fred Astaire, and Emlyn Williams; Sidelights on Scenery Designing by Gerard Bryant (w.4 photos); Scenes from the new films THE CRUSADES (Harry Wilcoxon, Loretta Young, C.Aubrey Smith, Katharine de Mille), and PEG OF OLD DRURY (Anna Neagle, Jack Hawkins, Cedric Hardwicke, Robert Atkins), Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; VG] (£6) SOLD

ThW/Oct 1935 (No.129): Scenes from FULL HOUSE (Heather Thatcher, Isabel Jeans, Lilian Braithwaite) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] £5

ThW/Nov 1935 (No.130): Scenes from THE TWO MRS.CARROLLS (Leslie Banks, Elena Miramova) [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly tatty and detached, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Dec 1935 (No.131): Scenes from ROMEO AND JULIET (John Gielgud, Peggy Ashcroft, Laurence Olivier, Edith Evans, George Devine, George Howe, Geoffrey Toone, Sam Beazley, Alec Guinness - 34 photos), CALL IT A DAY (Geoffrey Nares, Owen Nares, Fay Compton), SHORT STORY (Sybil Thorndike, Marie Tempest, Ursula Jeans, Margaret Rutherford, Rex Harrison, A.E.Matthews), and SEEING STARS (Fred Emney, Leslie Henson, Richard Hearne); portrait of Ramon Novarro and Doris Kenyon in A ROYAL EXCHANGE; Introducing Edith Evans (w.portrait); Off With The Motley (featuring William Devlin, Maurice Evans, Arthur Schwartz and Claire Luce - w.portraits); Michele Saint-Denis and his London Theatre Guild; John Gielgud At Home (w.6 photos of his homes); Cartoon of Gertrude Lawrence, Noel Coward, Tom Walls, Ralph Lynn, Charles Laughton and Douglas Byng as Pantomime characters; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover partially detached, spine rubbed, centre pages loose, else VG] (£8) SOLD

1936

ThW/Jan 1936 (No.132): Scenes from CALL IT A DAY (Fay Compton, Owen Nares, Geoffrey Nares, Marie Lohr - 34 photos), ESPIONAGE (Frank Cellier, Edwin Styles, Marion Lorne, Cyril Smith); portrait of Robert Donat in RED NIGHT, Marie Tempest in SHORT STORY; Off With The Motley (featuring Bertha Belmore, Frances Day, Greer Garson and Helen Haye - w.portraits); Review of 1935 (featuring Diana Wynyard, Emlyn Williams, John Gielgud and Peggy Ashcroft, and Marie Tempest - w.portraits); Introducing Dodie Smith (w.photo); Marion Lorne At Home (w.4 photos); The Theatre in Russia; Scenes from the new film of MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY (Charles Laughton, Clark Gable); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; cover partially detached, spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Feb 1936 (No.133): Scenes from TO-NIGHT AT 8.30 (Gertrude Lawrence, Noel Coward, Anthony Pelissier, Alison Leggatt, Alan Webb, Everley Gregg, Moya Nugent - 20 photos), DISTINGUISHED GATHERING (Frank Vosper, Barbara Couper, John Garside, Ronald Ward, Joan Hickson, Mabel Terry-Lewis), MARY TUDOR (Flora Robson, Marius Goring); portraits of Lucie Mannheim, Madeleine Carroll, Claire Luce; Introducing Flora Robson (w.portrait); Off With The Motley (featuring Lucie Mannheim, Charles Laughton, Irene Eisinger and Ralph Richardson - w.portraits); Douglas Wakefield, Billy Nelson, Binnie Hale and Shaun Glenville in Pantomime; Owen Nares At Home (w.5 photos); Scenes from the new film THE GHOST GOES WEST (Robert Donat, Elsa Lanchester); In the Limelight (featuring Maurice Chevalier, Ina Claire, Elsie Randolph and Gary Cooper - w.portraits); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; spine slightly rubbed, staples rusty, cover detached, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Mch 1936 (No.134): Scenes from FOLLOW THE SUN (produced by Charles B.Cochran; with Claire Luce, Wallace Douglas, Frank Pettingell, Vic Oliver, Ada Reeve, Eileen O'Connor, Irene Eisinger, Ciro Rimac, Mary Cole, Nick Long Jr. - 24 photos; includes 'The First Shoot', a ballet with music by William Walton, choreography by Frederick Ashton), STORM IN A TEACUP (Roger Livesey Norman MacOwan, Sara Allgood), THREE MEN ON A HORSE (Romney Brent, Claire Carleton, Bernard Nedell), VICTORIA REGINA/New York (Helen Hayes, Vincent Price, George Zucco; decor by Rex Whistler); portraits of Lillian Gish, Alicia Markova, Elisabeth Bergner, Laurence Olivier, Dorothy Hyson; Off With The Motley (featuring Vic Oliver, Ciro Rimac, Claire Luce and Charles B.Cochran - w.portraits); Lilian Braithwaite At Home (w.4 photos); scenes from the new film MODERN TIMES (Charlie Chaplin), Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; spine slightly rubbed, staples rusty, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Apr 1936 (No.135): Scenes from RED NIGHT (Robert Donat, Meriel Forbes, John Mills, Bernard Lee, Vernon Kelso, George Carney, Helene Lara, James Gibson - 28 photos), PROMISE (Ralph Richardson, Edna Best, Madge Titheradge, Ann Todd, Robert Harris), PRIDE AND PREJUDICE (Celia Johnson, Hugh Williams, Dorothy Hyson, Barbara Everest), THREE MEN ON A HORSE (Romney Brent, John Day, Tucker McGuire, William Butler Hixon, Bernard Nedell, Claire Carleton), THE TOWN TALKS (June, Donald Stewart, Arthur Riscoe); large portraits of Madge Titheradge and Edna Best in PROMISE, Dorothy Dickson; Introducing Ivor Novello (w.portrait); Off With The Motley (featuring Romney Brent, John Cecil Holm, R C Sherriff and Jeanne de Casalis, and Kenneth Kent (as Napoleon) - w.portraits); Robert Douglas and Dorothy Hyson At Home (w.5 photos); scenes from the new film AS YOU LIKE IT (Elisabeth Bergner, Laurence Olivier); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; very minor marks on cover, staples rusty, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/May 1936 (No.136): Scenes from THE HAPPY HYPOCRITE (Ivor Novello, Isabel Jeans, Marius Goring, Viola Tree, Philip Desborough, Vivien Leigh, Carl Harbord, Tony Halfpenny, Charles Lefeaux - 31 photos), PRIDE AND PREJUDICE (Celia Johnson, Hugh Williams), LOVE FROM A STRANGER (Frank Vosper, Marie Ney, Muriel Aked), SPREAD IT ABROAD (Nelson Keys, Ivy St.Helier, Dorothy Dickson, Walter Crisham), ST.HELENA (Kenneth Kent, Cecil Trouncer, Leo Genn, Lydia Sherwood, Alan Wheatley, Clement McCallin); 3 portraits of Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence in TONIGHT AT 8.30; Introducing Frank Vosper (w.portrait); Off With The Motley (featuring Ivy St.Helier, Dorothy Dickson, Firth Shephard and Janet Megrew - w.portraits); Mary Ney At Home (4 photos); scenes from the new film A TALE OF TWO CITIES (Ronald Colman, Donald Woods, Isabel Jewell, Basil Rathbone); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; spine slightly split with minor loss, staples rusty, else VG] (£6) SOLD

ThW/May 1936 Souvenir of THE FROG (Princes Theatre)
Excellent photographic Souvenir of the 'The Frog', a New Play of Mystery and Adventure by Ian Hay, adapted from the novel by Edgar Wallace; 42 vivid photos; Gordon Harker, Janet Megrew, Jack Hawkins, Christine Barry, Herbert Lomas, Frank Pettingell, Hugh Burden, Cyril Smith, Percy Parsons, Henry Thompson, Alfred Atkins; Who is The Frog? [20pp, 8.75x11.75; spine slightly rubbed, else VG] (£4) SOLD

ThW/Jun 1936 (No.137): Scenes from RISE AND SHINE (Jack Whiting, Binnie Hale, Meriel Forbes, Grace Lane, Syd Walker, Viola Compton, D Hay Petrie, Clarice Hardwicke, Irene Browne, John Kevan - 41 photos of this spectacular production), AFTER OCTOBER (Mary Clare, John Moody, Griffith Jones - 2 photos), BITTER HARVEST (Roy Russell, Eric Portman, Mabel Terry-Lewis, Mary Glynne - 2 photos), D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY (Dorothy Gill, Sydney Granville, Martyn Green, Marjorie Eyre - 4 photos); portraits of Margaret Rawlings and Dolores Del Rio; Off With The Motley (featuring Mary Clare, Basil Dean, Griffith Jones and Alexandra Danilova - w.portraits); Sir Cedric and Lady Hardwicke At Home (6 photos, including 4-year old Edward Hardwicke); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; a tatty copy: cover split and detached, staples rusty, but contents fine; a reading copy only] £2

ThW/Jul 1936 (No.138): Scenes from AFTER OCTOBER (Mary Clare, Griffith Jones, Henry Caine, Iris Baker, Diana Beaumont, John Moody, Geoffrey Denys, Gwladys Evan Morris, Peter Godfrey - 29 photos), THE FUGITIVES (Godfrey Tearle, Marion Lorne, Edwin Styles), HEROES DON'T CARE (Rex Harrison, Carol Goodner, Coral Browne, Felix Aylmer), THE SEAGULL (Edith Evans, John Gielgud, Peggy Ashcroft, Stephen Haggard, Leon Quartermaine, Martita Hunt, George Devine, Frederick Lloyd, Alec Guinness, Clare Harris, Ivor Barnard, Michael Brennan, Jean Winstanley, Andrew Churchman - 7 photos); portraits of Leonora Corbett in DUSTY ERMINE, Helen Chandler, and Norma Shearer; Off With The Motley (featuring Flora Robson, Wendy Hiller, Nancy Price and Emlyn Williams - w.portraits); Leslie Banks At Home (5 photos); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; slightly rumpled, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Aug 1936 (No.139): Scenes from THE LADY OF LA PAZ (Lilian Braithwaite, Nova Pilbeam, Janet Johnson, Evelyn Hall, John Wood, Warburton Gamble, Paul Leyssac, Anthony Ireland, Nigel Patrick, Clement McCallin - 22 photos), AREN'T MEN BEASTS! (Alfred Drayton, Robertson Hare, John Mills, Iris Derbyshire), BLACKBIRDS OF 1936 (Lavaida Carter, Harold Nicholas, Lucille Wilson), HEROES DON'T CARE (Rex Harrison, Coral Browne, Felix Aylmer, Frederick Piper, Herbert Cameron, Carol Goodner), PRIDE AND PREJUDICE (Celia Johnson, Hugh Williams, Eva Moore; designed by Rex Whistler), THE INSECT PLAY (Nancy Price, Julian Somers, Jack Livesey, People's National Theatre); portraits of Ralph Richardson in THE AMAZING DR.CLITTERHOUSE and Jeanne de Casalis; Introducing Noel Coward (w.portrait); Off With The Motley (featuring Muriel Aked, Frank Vosper, Herbert Smith and Oliver Messel - w.portraits); Diana Wynyard At Home (w.4 photos); Under The Arc Lights (Gary Cooper, William Powell, Myrna Loy and Maurice Chevalier - w.portraits); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; cover partially detached, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Sep 1936 (No.140): Scenes from SPRING TIDE (Louise Hampton, Arthur Sinclair, Geoffrey Edwards, Patricia Burke, Nancy Hornsby, Mary Colley, Robert Eddison, Arthur Hambling, Basil Radford, Barry K.Barnes - 24 photos), THE AMAZING DR.CLITTERHOUSE (Ralph Richardson, Meriel Forbes), THE TWO BOUQUETS (Frederick Ranalow, Joyce Barbour, Warren Jenkins, Bruce Carfax), THE 1936 MALVERN FESTIVAL (Reginald Tate, Curigwen Lewis, Ernest Thesiger as Professor Higgins, Wendy Hiller as Eliza Doolittle and Saint Joan); portraits of Edna Best, Yvonne Arnaud and Clark Gable; Louis Borell and The Theatre in Holland (w.portrait); Florence Desmond At Home (w.4 photos); Off With The Motley (featuring Firth Shephard, Louise Hampton, Harold Warrender and Elsie Randolph - w.portraits); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; staples rusty, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Oct 1936 (No.141): Scenes from CARELESS RAPTURE (Ivor Novello, Dorothy Dickson, Zena Dare, Peter Graves, Minnie Rayner, Olive Gilbert, Ivan Samson, Walter Crisham, Sybil Crawley, George Elton - 38 spectacular photos), SWING ALONG (Leslie Henson, Fred Emney, Louise Browne, Richard Hearne, Zelma O'Neal), THE COMPOSITE MAN (Richard Bird, Diana Churchill, James Hayter, Max Adrian); portraits of Margaretta Scott, and Dorothy Hyson and John Teed in PRIDE AND PREJUDICE; The Spell of Irving; Off With The Motley (featuring George Benson, Margaretta Scott, Edith Evans and Laurence Olivier - w.portraits); Jessie Matthews in IT'S LOVE AGAIN (w.4 photos), and scenes from THE GREAT ZIEGFELD (William Powell, Myrna Loy, Louise Rainer); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; staples rusty, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Nov 1936 (No.142): Scenes from MADEMOISELLE (Madge Titheradge, Greer Garson, Cecil Parker, Isabel Jeans, Laidman Browne, Victor Boggetti, Nigel Patrick - 25 photos), CHARLES THE KING (Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Malcolm Russell, Joyce Kennedy, Barry Jones, Clive Baxter, Jeanne Macintyre, Morland Graham), OVER SHE GOES (Stanley Lupino, Teddie St.Denis, Laddie Cliff), THE COUNTRY WIFE (Ruth Gordon, Michael Redgrave, Edith Evans, James Dale), ENCORE LES DAMES (Ronald Frankau, Eileen O'Mahoney, Marion Pola); portraits of June Knight in GOING PLACES, Madge Titheradge, and Cecil Parker; Off With The Motley (featuring Cecil Parker, Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, Louise Browne, and Leslie Henson - w.portraits); Joyce Barbour and Richard Bird At Home (w.5 photos); Joyce Barbour full-page 'Ovaltine' advertisement; scenes from the new film ROMEO AND JULIET (Leslie Howard, Norma Shearer, Edna May Oliver, John Barrymore, Basil Rathbone, C.Aubrey Smith); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover partially detached, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Dec 1936 (No.143): Scenes from PARNELL (Margaret Rawlings, Wyndham Goldie, Toska Bissing, Marda Vanne, Glen Byam Shaw, E.J.Kennedy, Harry Hutchinson, Earle Grey, J.A.O'Rourke, Barbara Cochran, Margaret Webster, Laurier Lister, Arthur Young - 31 photos), HOUSEMASTER (Frederick Leister, Tony Wickham, Joan White, Elizabeth Nolan, Derek Blomfield), CHARLES THE KING (Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Barry Jones, Malcolm Russell, Joyce Kennedy, Morland Graham, Charles Hodges, Stanley Drewitt, Stafford Hilliard, Lambert Larking, Maurice Colbourne, George Merritt), FRENCH WITHOUT TEARS (Robert Flemyng, Rex Harrison, Jessica Tandy, Kay Hammond, Roland Culver, Guy Middleton, Trevor Howard, Percy Walsh); portraits of Jessica Tandy in FRENCH WITHOUT TEARS, and Greta Garbo; Off With The Motley (featuring Margaret Rawlings, Curigwen Lewis and Yvonne Printemps - w.portraits); Louise Browne At Home (w.5 photos); Article on Benjamin Pollock (now aged 80) by Eric Johns; Scenes from the new film REMBRANDT (Charles Laughton, Roger Livesey, Gertrude Lawrence, Elsa Lanchester); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; cover partialy detached, centre pages loose, else VG] (£5) SOLD

1937

ThW/Jan 1937 (No.144): Scenes from THE TWO BOUQUETS (Adelaide Stanley, Edith Lee, George Benson, Frederick Ranalow, Edith Lee, Joyce Barbour, Warren Jenkins, Trefor Jones, Heather Boys, Mary Glynne, James Page - 26 photos), THE BOY DAVID (John Martin-Harvey, Elisabeth Bergner, Godfrey Tearle); portraits of Louis Borell, Binne Hale in HOME AND BEAUTY, Douglas Fairbanks Jnr., and Curigwen Lewis, Reginald Tate and Betty Percheron in JANE EYRE; 6 Stanley Parker caricatures of characters from THE BOY DAVID (Godfrey Tearle, Ion Swinley, Leon Quartermaine, John Martin-Harvey, Elisabeth Bergner, Jean Cadell); Off With The Motley (featuring Yvonne Arnaud, Emlyn Williams, Barry Jones and Leslie Henson - w.portraits); Elsie Randolph At Home (w.5 photos); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly grubby, staples rusted away and pages loose, else VG] (£4) SOLD

ThW/Feb 1937 (No.145): Scenes from HEART'S CONTENT (Diana Wynyard, Louis Borell, Eileen Peel, Cyril Raymond, Kathryn Hamill, Arthur Macrae, O.B.Clarence, Mary Jerrold - 24 photos), SWING ALONG (Leslie Henson, Louise Browne, Roy Royston, Fred Emney, Zelma O'Neal), HOME AND BEAUTY (Greta Gynt, Eileen Moore, Maxine Darrell, Anne Clare), FOLIES D'AMOUR (Joan Richards, Maureen Sewell, Margaret Bedell, Dawn Lazarre); portraits of Ann Harding, Diana Wynyard, Louis Borell, Elsie Randolph, Claire Luce, Gina Malo, Jean Harlow, William Powell, and Robert Montgomery; 4 Stanley Parker caricatures of HAMLET/Old Vic (Laurence Olivier, Cherry Cottrell, George Howe, Michael Redgrave); Off With The Motley (featuring Ronald Adam, Cinda Glenn and Gitta Alpar - w.portraits); Looking at the New York Theatre by John Gielgud (w.portrait); Three Centuries of Drury Lane Spectacle (w.photo); Introducing Laurence Olivier (w.photo); Dorothy Dickson At Home (w.5 photos); Scenes from the new film ERNTE (Paula Wessely, Gina Falckenberg); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [50pp, 8.75x11.75; one page removed, spine slightly rubbed, minor marks else VG] (£4) SOLD

ThW/Mch 1937 (No.146): Scenes from HOME AND BEAUTY (Binnie Hale, Nelson Keys, Gitta Alpar, Mary Lawson, Norah Howard, Norman Williams, Tony Forwood, Sepha Treble, Leslie French, Gerald Nodin - 28 photos), WISE TO-MORROW (Martita Hunt, Esmond Knight, Diana Churchill, Olga Lindo, Nora Swinburne), ON YOUR TOES (Jack Whiting, Gina Malo, Vera Zorina, Sergieff, Olive Blakeney, Vernon Kelso, Jack Donahue, Rawicz and Landauer); portraits of Jack Whiting in ON YOUR TOES, Adrianne Allen, Gitta Alpar in ON YOUR TOES, Elisabeth Bergner; Off With The Motley (featuring Jack Waller, Bobby Howes, Binnie Hale, and Naunton Wayne - w.portraits); Derek Oldham 'Ovaltine' advertisement; 2 Stanley Parker caricatures of HOME AND BEAUTY (Binnie Hale, Gitta Alpar); Keneth Kent At Home (w.5 photos); Introducing Ralph Richardson; Scenes from the new film CAMILLE (Greta Garbo, Robert Taylor); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; spine slightly rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£6) SOLD

ThW/Apr 1937 (No.147): Scenes from WISE TOMORROW (Martita Hunt, Diana Churchill, Nora Swinburne, Naunton Wayne, Olga Lindo, Esmond Knight - 28 photos), GEORGE AND MARGARET (Jane Baxter, Nigel Patrick, John Boxer, Ronald Ward, Irene Handl, Joyce Barbour, Noel Howlett); portraits of Joyce Bland in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM/Stratford, and Ena Burrill in THE ROAD TO ROME; Sixty Years of Songs (Florence St.John, Hayden Coffin, Rutland Barrington, Gertie Millar - w.portraits); 4 Stanley Parker caricatures of WISE TOMORROW (Firth Shephard, Esmond Knight, Olga Lindo, Diana Churchill, Martita Hunt, Nora Swinburne, Naunton Wayne); Introducing Robert Flemyng; Stars of the Moment No.1 - Edith Evans (w.10 photos); Off With The Motley (featuring Lilian Braithwaite, Matheson Lang, John Gielgud, and Joan White - w.portraits); Review of Noel Coward's autobiography 'Present Indicative' (w.photo); Zena Dare At Home (w.5 photos); Scenes from the new film THE GOOD EARTH (Luise Rainer, Paul Muni); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; staples rusty, cover detached and spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/May 1937 (No.148) Coronation Issue: Scenes from LONDON AFTER DARK (Marion Lorne, Edwin Styles, Freda Gaye, Gwen Clifford, Phyllis Morris, Robert Andrews, Cathleen Nesbitt, Leonard Upton, Richard Gray, Mollie Cardew, Elvira Henderson - 32 photos), BATS IN THE BELFRY (Vivien Leigh, Charles Hawtrey, Lilian Braithwaite, Henry Kendall, Michael Shepley), ON YOUR TOES (Jack Whiting, Marjorie Browne, Olive Blakeney, Vera Zorina); portraits of Their Majesties The King and Queen, and Jean Harlow and Robert Taylor; photo of 'Slaughter on Tenth Avenue' from ON YOUR TOES; 2 Stanley Parker caricatures of THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Leslie Banks, Edith Evans); Off With The Motley (featuring Henry Kendall, Nora Swinburne, Edwin Styles, and Marion Lorne - w.portraits); Leslie Henson At Home (w.4 photos); Stars of the Moment No.2 - John Gielgud (w.12 photos); Introducing Peggy Ashcroft; Scenes from the new film LLOYD'S OF LONDON (Tyrone Power, Madeleine Carroll, Freddie Bartholomew); full-page Adele Dixon 'Ovaltine' advertisement; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [54pp, 8.75x11.75; one page removed, staples slightly rusty, else VG] (£4) SOLD

ThW/Jun 1937 (No.149) SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL, 1937/Stratford-Upon-Avon: Scenes from CYMBELINE (Joyce Bland, Donald Wolfit, Clare Harris, Godfrey Kenton), HAMLET (Donald Wolfit, Valerie Tudor, Clare Harris, Norman Wooland, Godfrey Kenton), AS YOU LIKE IT (Joyce Bland, Donald Wolfit, Valerie Tudor, Godfrey Kenton, Baliol Holloway, Clement McCallin), KING LEAR (Randle Ayrton, Andrew Leigh, Donald Wolfit, Godfrey Kenton, Rosalind Iden), KING HENRY V (Clement McCallin, Baliol Holloway, Clare Harris, Kenneth Wicksteed), THE WINTER'S TALE (Baliol Holloway, Donald Wolfit, Joyce Bland, Clare Harris), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Randle Ayrton, Rosalind Iden, Godfrey Kenton, Baliol Holloway), THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (Baliol Holloway, Valerie Tudor, Joyce Bland, Clare Harris, Andrew Leigh), GEORGE AND MARGARET (John Boxer, Nigel Patrick, Noel Howlett, Joyce Barbour, Jane Baxter); portrait of Evelyn Laye; 2 Stanley Parker caricatures of HE WAS BORN GAY (John Gielgud, Emlyn Williams); Off With The Motley (featuring Walter Hackett, Marion Lorne, Leonora Corbett and Robert Donat - w.portraits); Kay Hammond At Home (w.4 photos); Stars of the Moment No.3 - Ivor Novello (w.12 photos); Introducing Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies; Scenes from the new film LOST HORIZON (Ronald Colman, H.B.Warner, Jane Wyatt); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; one page removed, spine slightly rubbed, minor marks, else VG] (£4) SOLD

ThW/Jul 1937 (No.150): Scenes from SARAH SIMPLE (Leonora Corbett, A.R.Whatmore, Agnes Lauchlan, Beryl Laverick, Robert Stanton - 24 photos), BLACK LIMELIGHT (Margaret Rawlings, George Merritt), HE WAS BORN GAY (John Gielgud, Carol Goodner, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Emlyn Williams, Harry Andrews, Betty Jardine, Sydney Fairbrother, Glen Byam Shaw, Frank Pettingell, Elliot Mason); portraits of Pamela Stanley and Carl Esmond in VICTORIA REGINA, and Brian Aherne; 6 Stanley Parker caricatures of Sybil Thorndike, Noel Coward, Alice Delysia, Elisabeth Bergner, Charles Laughton, Athene Seyler; Off With The Motley (featuring Evelyn Laye, Laurence Olivier, Vivien Leigh, Valerie Tudor - w.portraits); Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies At Home (w.5 photos); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; staples rusty, cover partially loose, minor marks, else VG] £6

ThW/Aug 1937 (No.151): Scenes from THEY CAME BY NIGHT (Owen Nares, Ursula Jeans, Andre Morell, Wallace Evennett, Henry Caine, Cees Laseur, Sara Seegar, Carl Jaffe, David Burns - 25 photos), VICTORIA REGINA (Pamela Stanley, Carl Esmond, Allan Aynesworth, Albert Lieven, Ernest Milton), JUDGEMENT DAY (Catherine Lacey, Glynis Johns, Philip Leaver, Eric Berry, Dan Tobin, George Woodbridge, Charles Quartermaine); portraits of Carl Esmond in VICTORIA REGINA, and Claire Luce; 4 Stanley Parker caricatures of Marie Tempest, Robertson Hare (as Hamlet!), Lillian Braithwaite, Minnie Rayner (as Ophelia!); Photo of Stanley Parker sketching Marlene Dietrich; Off With The Motley (featuring Ronald Adam, Catherine Lacey, John Gielgud, Peggy Ashcroft - w.portraits); Elizabeth Allan At Home (w.5 photos); Scenes from the new film ON THE TOWN (Dick Powell, Madeleine Carroll, Alice Faye); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; staples rusty, else VG] (£6) SOLD

ThW/Sep 1937 (No.152): Scenes from JUDGEMENT DAY (Catherine Lacey, Alan Napier, Glynis Johns, Hubert Harben, George Woodbridge, Ronald Adam, Lewis Casson, Hubert Harben, Charles Quartermaine, Reginald Jarman, Dan Tobin, Neville Brook, Phillip Leaver, Eric Berry, Freda Jackson, Alan Wheatley - 21 photos), GERTIE MAUDE (Griffith Jones, Jill Esmond, Annabel Maule, Carol Goodner), OLD MUSIC (Greer Garson, Hugh Williams, Celia Johnson, Marjorie Fielding, Geoffrey Keen); portraits of John Gielgud, Griffith Jones, and Claudette Colbert; 3 Stanley Parker caricatures of Claire Luce, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Margaret Rawlings; Off With The Motley (featuring Ivor Novello, Dorothy Dickson, Dodie Smith, Auriol Lee - w.portraits); Jeanne Stuart At Home (w.6 photos); An Appreciation of Robert Atkins (w.photo); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [50pp, 8.75x11.75; one page removed, minor marks, else VG] (£4) SOLD

ThW/Oct 1937 (No.153): Scenes from CREST OF THE WAVE (Dorothy Dickson, Ivor Novello, Marie Lohr, Peter Graves, Judith Wren, Dorothy Batley, Ena Burrill, Minnie Rayner, Walter Crisham, Olive Gilbert, Renee Stocker, Finlay Currie - 46 photos), RICHARD II (John Gielgud, Peggy Ashcroft, Harry Andrews, Glen Byam Shaw, Alec Guinness, Michael Redgrave, Leon Quartermaine); portraits of Anne Firth and James Mason in BONNET OVER THE WINDMILL; Stanley Parker caricature of Jean Forbes-Robertson; Off With The Motley (featuring Anne Firth, Ena Burrill, Griffith Jones, Jack Hawkins - w.portraits); Marie Lohr At Home (w.5 photos); The Repertory Theatres No.1 - Worthing (w.6 photos); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; VG] (£6) SOLD

ThW/Nov 1937 (No.154): Scenes from TIME AND THE CONWAYS (Jean Forbes-Robertson, Eileen Erskine, Rosemary Scott, Molly Rankin, Helen Horsey, Barbara Everest, Alexander Archdale, Mervyn Johns, Wilfred Babbage, Raymond Huntley - 33 photos), BONNET OVER THE WINDMILL (James Mason, Anne Firth, Betty Jardine, Ivy St.Helier, Mary Hinton, Cecil Parker), GOING GREEK (Leslie Henson, Louise Browne, Rosalind Atkinson, Roy Royston, Fred Emney, Richard Hearne), NUITS DE FOLIES (Betty Bruce, Zoe Jack, Adalet, Gaby Fournier); portraits of Leslie Henson in GOING GREEK, and Flora Robson; Off With The Motley (featuring Gladys Cooper, Philip Braham, Gerald du Maurier, A.E.Matthews - w.portraits); Clive Brook At Home (w.8 photos); Stars of the Moment No.4 - Sybil Thorndike (w.12 photos); The Repertory Theatres No.2 - Northampton (w.4 photos); Article on Motley; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; VG] (£6) SOLD

ThW/Dec 1937 (No.155): JOHN GIELGUD SEASON; Scenes from RICHARD II (John Gielgud, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Harry Andrews, Glen Byam Shaw, Alec Guinness, Michael Redgrave, Leon Quartermaine, Dorothy Greene, George Howe, Frederick Lloyd, Ernest Hare, Anthony Quayle, Harcourt Williams - 14 photos), THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL (John Gielgud, Peggy Ashcroft, Rachel Kempson, Athene Seyler, Dorothy Green, Alec Guinness, George Howe, Glen Byam Shaw, Leon Quartermaine, Frederick Lloyd, Michael Redgrave, Harry Andrews, George Devine, Pardoe Woodman - 22 photos), LES FOLIES DE PARIS ET LONDRES (Gillie Potter, Emile Boreo, Eddie Foy, Collette Lyons); portraits of Owen Nares and Edith Evans in ROBERT'S WIFE, and John Gielgud and Peggy Ashcroft; Stanley Parker caricature of A CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME (Noel Coward, Dodie Smith, George Bernard Shaw, A A Milne, Beverly Nichols, Godfrey Wynn, A P Herbert); Off With The Motley (featuring Dennie Eadie, Godfrey Tearle, Fay Compton, Iris Hoey - w.portraits); Flora Robson At Home (w.5 photos); The Repertory Theatres No.3 - York (w.5 photos); Article on Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson (w.photo); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [56pp, 8.75x11.75; staples rusty, cover almost detached, else VVG] (£7) SOLD

1938

ThW/Jan 1938 (No.156): Scenes from HIDE AND SEEK (Bobby Howes, Cicely Courtneidge, Patricia Burke, Morton Lowater, Guy Spaull, David Burns - 14 photos), AUTUMN (Victoria Hopper, Flora Robson, Wyndham Goldie, Jack Hawkins, Muriel Aked, Aubrey Dexter - 9 photos), GOING GREEK (Leslie Henson, Richard Hearne, Fred Emney, Louise Browne - 7 photos), ROBERT'S WIFE (Owen Nares, Edith Evans, Margaret Scudamore, Robert Holmes, David Horne, Ann Farrer, Edith Sharpe); portraits of Dorothy Dickson, Emlyn Williams, and Alice Faye; 2 Stanley Parker caricatures of MACBETH (Laurence Olivier, Judith Anderson); Notable Achievements of 1937 (photos of John Gielgud, Ivor Novello and Dorothy Dickson, Jean Forbes-Robertson, Marion Lorne, Leslie Henson, Vera Zorina, Cecil Parker, Wilfred Lawson, Flora Robson, Diana Churchill, Marie Ney, Carl Esmond and Pamela Stanley); Off With The Motley (featuring Edmund Gwenn, Griffith Jones, Yvonne Arnaud, Frances Day - w.portraits); Madge Elliott and Cyril Ritchard At Home (w.5 photos); Pantomine Personalities (Stanley Lupino, Jean Colin, Madge Elliott, Ann Leslie - 4 photos); The Repertory Theatres No.4 - The Embassy and The Phoenix (w.7 photos); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [54pp, 8.75x11.75; one page removed, staples rusted, contents VG] (£4) SOLD

ThW/Feb 1938 (No.157): Scenes from OH! LETTY (Sydney Howard, Wylie Watson, Bertha Belmore, Herbert Belmore, Patricia Leonard, Edward Molloy - 17 photos), ROOM SERVICE (Hartley Power, Sarah Burton, William Swetland, Henry Caine, William Mendrek, Boris Ranevsky, Helen Gillett - 14 photos), MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA (Beatrix Lehmann, Laura Cowie, Mark Dignam, Robert Harris), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM/Old Vic (Ralph Richardson, Vivien Leigh, Robert Helpmann, Gordon Miller - 5 photos); portraits of Beatrix Lehmann in MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA, Tamara Geva, Teddie St.Denis, and Elizabeth Allan; Stanley Parker caricature of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Vivien Leigh, Robert Helpmann); Off With The Motley (featuring Sydney Howard, Leslie Henson, Ivor Novello, Mary Ellis - w.portraits); Cicely Courtneidge and Jack Hulbert At Home (w.7 photos); Introducing Jevan Brandon Thomas; Article on Henry Irving (w.photo); The Repertory Theatres No.5 - Birmingham (w.9 photos); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; one page removed, staples rusty, contents VG] (£4) SOLD

ThW/Mch 1938 (No.158): Scenes from THREE SISTERS (Peggy Ashcroft, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Carol Goodner, John Gielgud, Glen Byam Shaw, Frederick Lloyd, Michael Redgrave, George Devine, Angela Baddeley, Harry Andrews, Alec Guinness, Barbara Dillon, Marie Wright, George Howe, Leon Quartermaine; dir:Michel Saint-Denis - 27 excellent photos), NINE SHARP (Hermione Baddeley, Cyril Ritchard, Michael Antony, George Benson, Kathryn Hamill); portraits of Peggy Wood, John Gielgud, Alice Delysia, Renee Roberts, Joy Hayden, Denise Vane, Anna Marita; 4 Stanley Parker caricatures of MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA (Beatrix Lehmann, Mark Dignam, Laura Cowie, Robert Harris); Off With The Motley (featuring Noel Coward, Griffith Jones, Harry Green, Marion Lorne - w.portraits); The Repertory Theatres No.6 - Liverpool (w.5 photos); Idols of the Past No.1 - Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree (w.photo); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; slightly rumpled, else VG] £7

ThW/Apr 1938 (No.159): Scenes from IDIOT'S DELIGHT (Raymond Massey, Tamara Geva, Carl Jaffe, Janet Johnson, Valentine Dyall, Richard Rudi, Franklin Dyall, Hugh Miller, Ralph Roberts, Terence Neill - 23 photos), OPERETTE (Peggy Wood, Griffith Jones, Fritzi Massary, Irene Vanbrugh, Phyllis Monkman, Edward Cooper), DODSWORTH (Gladys Cooper, Philip Merivale, George Curzon, Geoffrey Toone); portraits of Raymond Massey, Laurence Olivier and Marda Vanne in THE KING OF NOWHERE, Tamara Geva, and Josephine Houston; 5 Stanley Parker caricatures of NINE SHARP (Hermione Baddeley, Cyril Ritchard, George Benson, Charlotte Leigh, Kathryn Hamill); Off With The Motley (featuring Julia Neilson, Phyllis Neilson-Terry, Yvette Pienne, Valerie Taylor - w.portraits); The Repertory Theatres No.7 - Coventry (w.5 photos); Idols of the Past No.2 - Ellen Terry (w.photo); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; one page removed, staples rusty, else VG] £4

ThW/May 1938 (No.160): Scenes from THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (John Gielgud, Peggy Ashcroft, Leon Quartermaine, Glen Byam Shaw, Richard Ainley, Alec Guinness, Pardoe Woodman, Angela Baddeley, Morland Graham, George Devine, Genevieve Jessel, Harry Andrews, Frederick Lloyd, George Howe, Cecil Winter, Ernest Hare - 27 photos), THE ISLAND (Godfrey Tearle, Geoffrey Wardwell, Sarah Erskine, Grizelda Hervey, Norah Howard), WILD OATS (Sydney Howard, Vera Pearce, Arthur Riscoe), FOLIES DE CAN-CAN (Ronald Frankau, Renee Roberts, Don Starr, Mabel Scott); portraits of Phyllis Neilson-Terry as Lady Macbeth at Stratford, Raymond Massey and Tamara Geva in IDIOT'S DELIGHT, Edith Evans, and Margaret Rawlings; full-page Stanley Parker caricature of Sybil Thorndike as Volumnia; Off With The Motley (featuring Jack Buchanan, Cyril Ritchard, Raymond Massey, Thomas Browne - w.portraits); The Repertory Theatres No.8 - Hastings (w.4 photos); Idols of the Past No.3 - Sir George Alexander (w.photo); Scenes from the new film A YANK AT OXFORD (Robert Taylor, Maureen O'Sullivan, Griffith Jones, Vivien Leigh, Edmund Gwenn, C.V.France); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; slightly rumpled, centre pages loose, else VG] £7

ThW/Jun 1938 (No.161): Scenes from WILD OATS (Sydney Howard, Vera Pearce, Arthur Riscoe, Jack Donohue, Frances Marsden, Josephine Houston, Jack Leopold, Russell Duran - 37 photos), AMPHITRYON 38 (Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne); portraits of Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne in AMPHITRYON 38, and Robertson Hare and Alfred Drayton in BANANA RIDGE; 4 Stanley Parker caricatures of OPERETTE (Fritzi Massary, Griffith Jones and Peggy Wood, Irene Vanbrugh, 'Stately Homes of England' quartet); Off With The Motley (featuring Charles B.Cochran, Beatrice Lillie, Emlyn Williams, Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne - w.portraits); The Repertory Theatres No.9 - Croydon (w.5 photos); Idols of the Past No.4 - Mrs.Kendal (w.photo); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; VG] £6

ThW/Jul 1938 (No.162): Scenes from BANANA RIDGE (Robertson Hare, Alfred Drayton, Olga Lindo, Basil Lynn, Kathleen O'Regan, Carla Lehmann, Robert Flemyng, Frank Royde, Constance Lorne, Ben Travers, William Senior - 34 photos), BALLETS RUSSES/Covent Garden (David Lichine, Lubov Tchernichova, Paul Petroff, Irina Baronova, Roman Jasinsky, Tamara Grigorieva, Yurek Shabelevsky, Tatiana Riabouchinska), SPRING MEETING (Zena Dare, Niall MacGinnis, Nicholas Phipps, Roger Livesey, Margaret Rutherford, Arthur Sinclair, W.G.Fay); portraits of Beatrice Lillie in HAPPY RETURNS, Ivor Novello, Norma Shearer, Adrianne Allen and Naunton Wayne; Personalities of the Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park (Gladys Cooper, Philip Merivale, Jack Hawkins, Jean Forbes-Robertson - w.portraits); 2 Stanley Parker caricatures of AMPHITRYON 38 (Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne); The Repertory Theatres No.10 - Peterborough (w.4 photos); Idols of the Past No.5 - Wilson Barrett (w.photo); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; cover split and joined with cellotape, staples rusty, else VG] £5

ThW/Aug 1938 (No.163): Scenes from SPRING MEETING (Zena Dare, Niall MacGinnis, Margaret Rutherford, Joyce Carey, Betty Chancellor, Arthur Sinclair, Roger Livesey, W.G.Fay, Nicholas Phipps; directed by John Gielgud - 26 photos), GOLDEN BOY (Luther Adler, Roman Bohnen, Lillian Emerson, Morris Carnovsky, Will Lee, Phoebe Brand, Art Smith), HAPPY RETURNS (Chesney Allen, Phyllis Stanley, Bud Flanagan, Beatrice Lillie, Gerald Nodin), GLORIOUS MORNING (Herbert Lomas, Gilbert Davis, Reginald Tate, Jessica Tandy, Olive Walter, Raymond Huntley), FRIVOLITES DE FRANCE (Bernard Clifton, Esmee Watson, Betty Hartnell, Naunton Wayne); portraits of Lillian Emerson and Luther Adler in GOLDEN BOY, and Jessica Tandy; Stanley Parker caricature of A Fantasy MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Margaret Yarde as Titania, Charles Laughton as Oberon, Ivor Novello as Bottom, Robertson Hare as Puck); Off With The Motley (featuring Clifford Odets, Luther Adler, Terence Rattigan, Markova - w.portraits); The Repertory Theatres No.11 - Bristol (w.5 photos); Idols of the Past No.6 - Sir John Hare (w.photo); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; cover detached, split and neatly joined with tape, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Sep 1938 (No.164): Scenes from LOT'S WIFE (Nora Swinburne, J.H.Roberts, Josephine Middleton, Wallace Douglas, Jane Welsh, Bryan Coleman, Torin Thatcher, Viola Lyel, Frances Wearing, Cecil Parker - 29 photos), SHE WAS TOO YOUNG (Marie Ney, Edmund Gwenn, Barry Sinclair, Dorothy Hyson, Ann Todd, Alan Webb), The 1938 Malvern Festival (Marie Ault, Norman Wooland, Donald Eccles, Donald Wolfit, Cecil Trouncer, Jean Cadell, Marjorie Taylor, Ernest Thesiger, R.Stuart Lindsell, Lydia Sherwood, Helena Pickard, Cyril Gardiner, Reginald Jarman, Alec Clunes, Hazel Terry, Frank Pettingell, Daphne Heard, J.O.Twiss); full-page portraits of Diana Churchill, Margaret Rawlings, Joyce Barbour; quarter-page portraits of Nora Swinburne, Jessie Matthews, Ursula Jeans; 9 Stanley Parker caricatures of The Malvern Festival (George Bernard Shaw, Elisabeth Bergner, Ernest Thesiger, Frank Pettingell, Hazel Terry, Daphne Heard, Helena Pickard, Donald Wolfit etc.); Off With The Motley (featuring Jack Hawkins, Leslie Henson, Ivor Novello, Jeffrey Dell - w.portraits); Leontine Sagan on Teamwork in the Theatre; This Year At Malvern; The Repertory Theatres No.12 - Harrogate (w.4 photos); Scenes from the new film THE MIKADO (John Barclay, Sydney Granville, Elizabeth Paynter, Martyn Green, Constance Willis, Jean Colin, Kathleen Naylor, Kenny Baker); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; staples rusty, cover partially detached, else VG] £5

ThW/Oct 1938 (No.165): Scenes from DEAR OCTOPUS (Marie Tempest, John Gielgud, Leon Quartermaine, Pat Sylvester, Angela Baddeley, Kate Cutler, Valerie Taylor, Una Venning, Muriel Pavlow, Annie Esmond, Sylvia Hammond, Nan Munro, Madge Compton, Felix Irwin - 26 photos), RUNNING RIOT (Leslie Henson, Fred Emney, Richard Hearne, Louise Browne, Richard Caldicot, Roy Royston, John E.Coyle), THE FLEET'S LIT UP (Frances Day, Stanley Lupino, Adele Dixon, Ralph Reader, Enid Lowe), THE FLASHING STREAM (Godfrey Tearle, Margaret Rawlings, Felix Aylmer, Laurier Lister, Leo Genn, Anthony Ireland, H.G.Stoker, Marda Vanne); full-page portraits of Godfrey Tearle and Margaret Rawlings in THE FLASHING STREAM, John Gielgud, and Marie Tempest; Stanley Parker caricature of Frances Day; Off With The Motley (featuring Robert Eddison, Lupino Lane, Emlyn Williams, Leslie Banks - w.portraits); The Repertory Theatres No.13 - Folkestone (w.4 photos); Idols of the Past No.7 - Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson (w.photo); James Bridie say The Theatre Needs Organising; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; spine partially split, else VG] (£6) SOLD

ThW/Nov 1938 (No.166): Scenes from THE CORN IS GREEN (Sybil Thorndike, Emlyn Williams, Frederick Lloyd, John Glyn-Jones, Christine Silver, Kathleen Harrison, Kenneth Evans, Wynford Morse, Jack Glyn, William John Davies, Dorothy Langley, Frank Dunlop - 24 photos), GOODBYE MR.CHIPS (Leslie Banks, John Hepworth, Michael Shepley, Tom Gill, Peter Copley, Constance Cummings, Tony Halfpenny), WHEN WE ARE MARRIED (Ernest Butcher, Lloyd Pearson, Raymond Huntley, John Warner, Muriel George, Helena Pickard, Beatrice Varley, Ethel Coleridge, Mai Bacon, Frank Pettingell), GLAMOROUS NIGHT (Ivor Novello, Mary Ellis, Lyn Harding, Elisabeth Welch); full-page portraits of Peggy Ashcroft in THE WHITE GUARD, Emlyn Williams, Sybil Thorndike, and Lee Tracy; Stanley Parker caricature of Gertrude Niesen in BOBBY GET YOUR GUN; Off With The Motley (featuring Tyrone Guthrie, Alec Guinness, Joan Cross, Margot Fonteyn - w.portraits); The Repertory Theatres No.14 - Newcastle-on-Tyne (w.4 photos); Idols of the Past No.8 - Lewis Waller (w.photo); Interview with Fay Compton; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; spine slightly rubbed, else VG] £6

ThW/Dec 1938 (No.167): Scenes from QUIET WEDDING (Frank Lawton, Elizabeth Allan, Marie Lohr, Glynis Johns, Marjorie Fielding, George Thorpe, Clive Morton, Anne Firth, Peter Madren, Helene Burls, Geoffrey Denys, Gwynne Whitby - 23 photos), RUNNING RIOT! (Leslie Henson, Mary Lawson, Fred Emney, Richard Hearne, Louise Browne, Roy Royston), UNDER YOUR HAT (Jack Hulbert, Cicely Courtneidge, Leonora Corbett, Peter Haddon), HOUSEMASTER (Frederick Leister); full-page portraits of Rex Harrison, Frank Lawton, Elizabeth Allan, and Valerie Taylor; half-page portraits of Marie Lohr and Marjorie Fielding; Stanley Parker caricature of A Fantasy PETER PAN (Bertha Belmore, Gertrude Niesen, Leslie Henson, Stanley Lupino, Sydney Howard, Wylie Watson, Vera Pearce); Off With The Motley (featuring Beatrix Lehmann, Raymond Massey, Margaret Rutherford, Hugh Sinclair and Jill Furse - w.portraits); The Repertory Theatres No.15 - Oxford (w.5 photos); Idols of the Past No.9 - Sir Charles Wyndham (w.photo); Interview with Ben Travers; Scenes from the new film MARIE ANTOINETTE (Norma Shearer, Robert Morley, Tyrone Power, John Barrymore, Joseph Schildkraut, Gladys George); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; spine slightly rubbed, minor scuff on front cover, else VG] (£6) SOLD

1939

ThW/Jan 1939 (No.168): Scenes from UNDER YOUR HAT (Cicely Courtneidge, Jack Hulbert, Madeleine Gibson, Peter Haddon, Leonora Corbett, Frank Cellier, John Byron, Henry Thompson, Marie Narelle, Myrette Morven - 34 photos), GENEVA (H.R.Hignett, Alison Leggatt, Arthur Ridley, Olive Milburn, Cyril Gardiner, Tully Comber, Alexander Knox, Walter Hudd, Cecil Trouncer), ELISABETH OF AUSTRIA (Wanda Rotha, Gyles Isham, Tonie Edgar Bruce, Olwen Brooks, Charles Hickman, Arthur Young), THE TWO BOUQUETS (Adelaide Stanley, Edith Lee, George Benson, Frederick Ranalow, Edith Lee, Joyce Barbour, Warren Jenkins, Trefor Jones, Heather Boys, Mary Glynne, James Page); full-page portraits of Roger Treville and Binnie Hale in MAGYAR MELODY, Cicely Courtneidge, and Jack Hulbert; 4 Stanley Parker caricatures of TWELFTH NIGHT (Peggy Ashcroft, Michel Saint-Denis, George Hayes, Michael Redgrave); Off With The Motley (featuring Michael Redgrave, Peggy Ashcroft, Gordon Harker, Esmond Knight - w.portraits); The Repertory Theatres No.16 - The Intimate Theatre, Palmers Green (w.4 photos); Idols of the Past No.10 - Sir Squire Bancroft (w.photo); Introducing Rodney Ackland (w.photo); Scenes from the new film THE CITADEL (Robert Donat, Rosalind Russell, Cecil Parker); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [50pp, 8.75x11.75; spine slightly rubbed, else VG] £5

ThW/Feb 1939 (No.169): Scenes from THE FLASHING STREAM (Godfrey Tearle, Margaret Rawlings, Leo Genn, Anthony Ireland, Roger Maxwell, Laurier Lister, Desmond Roberts, Marda Vanne, Felix Aylmer, H.G.Stoker - 23 photos), DESIGN FOR LIVING (Diana Wynyard, Rex Harrison, Anton Walbrook), NUMBER SIX (Franklin Dyall, Rosalyn Boulter, Gordon Harker, Robert Eddison, Bernard Lee), MAGYAR MELODY (Binnie Hale, Arthur Margetson, Betty Warren, Stella Arbenina, Roger Treville), TOVARICH (Cedric Hardwicke, Eugenie Leontovich); full-page portraits of Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Margaret Rawlings, and Godfrey Tearle; portraits of Emlyn Williams in THE CORN IS GREEN, and as himself; portraits of John Gielgud in DEAR OCTOPUS, and as himself; 4 Stanley Parker caricatures of UNDER YOUR HAT (Cicely Courtneidge, Jack Hulbert, Leonora Corbett, Midinettes); Off With The Motley (featuring Cicely Courtneidge, Jack Hulbert, Edith Evans, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies - w.portraits); The Repertory Theatres No.17 - Windsor (w.4 photos); Idols of the Past No.11 - Marie Studholme (w.photo); Introducing Robert Harris (w.photo); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; spine split and detched, else VG] £4

ThW/Mch 1939 (No.170): Scenes from GENEVA (Bernard Shaw, Walter Hudd, Alexander Knox, Cecil Trouncer, Alison Leggatt, Tom Anstead, H.R.Hignett, Arthur Ridley, Cyril Gardiner, Ernest Thesiger, Tully Comber, Olive Milbourne, R.Stuart Lindsell, Phillippa Gill, Donald Eccles, William Heilbronn - 16 photos), LITTLE LADYSHIP (Lilli Palmer, Cecil Parker, Joan White, David Tree), WORTH A MILLION (Billy Milton, Claude Hulbert, Edmund Gwenn, Tina Dewsnap, Diana Beaumont, Percy Parsons, Ruby Miller, Natalie Lynn), THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST/1909 (Helen Rous, Stella Patrick Campbell, George Alexander, Allan Aynesworth, Rosalie Toller, Alice Beet, E.Vivian Reynolds - 4 photos), THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST/1939 (John Gielgud, Joyce Carey, Ronald Ward, Edith Evans, Leon Quartermaine, Angela Baddeley, David Horne, Margaret Rutherford - 6 photos), JANE EYRE (Curigwen Lewis, Reginald Tate); full-page portraits of Ralph Richardson, and Robert Donat; 3 Stanley Parker caricatures of DESIGN FOR LIVING (Diana Wynyard, Anton Walbrook, Rex Harrison); Off With The Motley (featuring Binnie Hale, Freddie Carpenter, Nancy Price - w.portraits); The Repertory Theatres No.18 - Manchester (w.3 photos); Idols of the Past No.12 - Eleonora Duse (w.photo); Article on George Bernard Shaw (w.Stanley Parker caricature); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; VG] £6

ThW/Apr 1939 (No.171): Scenes from JOHNSON OVER JORDAN (Ralph Richardson, Edna Best, Christopher Quest, Victoria Hopper, George Hayes, Lawrence Baskcomb, Richard Ainley, George Hayes, Emma Trechman, R.Meadows White, Grey Blake, Stafford Hilliard - 26 photos), THEY WALK ALONE (Beatrix Lehmann, Carol Goodner, Rene Ray, Peter Standfast, Alastair McIntyre, Beckett Bould), BLACK AND BLUE (Frances Day, Max Wall, Vic Oliver, Carole Lynne, Enid Lowe), CAPRICE PARISIEN (Ines La Vail, Paddy Browne, Robb Wilton), ROOM FOR TWO (Henry Kendall, Elsie Randolph), AREN'T MEN BEASTS (Robertson Hare, Alfred Drayton, John Mills); full-page portraits of Diana Churchill in TONY DRAWS A HORSE, Ralph Richardson, Edna Best, and Claire Luce; 2 Stanley Parker caricatures of THE DANCING YEARS (Ivor Novello, Mary Ellis); Off With The Motley (featuring Ivor Novello, Mary Ellis, Ralph Richardson, Claire Luce - w.portraits); The Repertory Theatres No.19 - Amersham (w.2 photos); Introducing Terence Rattigan (w.photo); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; covers loose with minor marks, else VG] £4

ThW/May 1939 (No.172): Scenes from THE DANCING YEARS (Ivor Novello, Mary Ellis, Roma Beaumont, Minnie Rayner, Anthony Nicholls, Olive Gilbert, Dunstan Hart, Peter Graves, Robin Maule, Stephen Jack - 37 photos), THE MAN IN HALF MOON STREET (Leslie Banks, Anne Todd, Morland Graham, George Butler, Michael Shepley, Frederick Piper), BAL TABARIN, CALL IT A DAY (Fay Compton, Owen Nares); full-page portraits of Michael Redgrave, Mary Ellis, and Ivor Novello; 6 Stanley Parker caricatures of THE WOMEN (Emily Ross, Catherine Doucet, Karen Peterson, Claire Carleton, Ethel Remey, Mary Alice Collins); Off With The Motley (featuring Eliot Makeham, Raymond Huntley, Muriel Aked, Norah Howard - w.portraits); The Repertory Theatres No.20 - The Westminster Theatre (w.4 photos); Idols of the Past No.13 - Dan Leno (w.photo); London's Little Theatres; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; cover split at detached, else VG] £5

ThW/Jun 1939 (No.173): Scenes from THE WOMEN (Karen Peterson, Claire Carleton, Joan Greenwood, Mary Alice Collins, Rita Davies, Molly Raynor, Emily Ross, Mary McDermott, Judy Gray, Margaret Hinton, Dorothy Ranns, Elizabeth Sutherland, Mae Haygood, Deirdre Doyle, Helen Dessau, Inga Andersen, Natalie Lynn, Doreen Lang, Rita Davies, Mary Brown, Ethel Remey, Catherine Doucet, Effie Afton - 32 photos), BEHOLD THE BRIDE (Luise Rainer, Griffith Jones, Jack Lambert, Hazel Terry, Sybil Wise, Jeanne de Casalis, Charles Maunsell, Evelyn Roberts), NINE SHARP (Cyril Ritchard, Hermione Baddeley, Eric Anderson, Laura Gorton, Charlotte Leigh, Gordon Little), THE GATE REVUE (Hermione Gingold, Walter Crisham, Kay Young, Joan Swinstead, Gabrielle Brune), TONIGHT AT 8.30 (Noel Coward, Gertrude Lawrence); full-page portraits of Alec Clunes and Vivienne Bennett in THE TAMING OF THE SHREW/Stratford, and Celia Johnson; three studies of Luise Rainer; 3 Stanley Parker caricatures of LITTLE REVUE (Hermione Baddeley, Cyril Ritchard, Ronald Waters, Betty Ann Davies, George Benson, Michael Anthony); The Repertory Theatres No.21 - Colwyn Bay (w.5 photos); Idols of the Past No.14 - The Empire Ballet (w.sketch); Introducing Murray Macdonald (w.photo); Scenes from the new film WUTHERING HEIGHTS (Laurence Olivier, Merle Oberon, David Niven, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Flora Robson); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; VG] £6

ThW/Jul 1939 (No.174): Scenes from OF MICE AND MEN (John Mills, Niall MacGinnis, Claire Luce, Conway Palmer, Nicholas Stuart, Jefferson Searles, Sydney Benson, Richard Rudi, Robert Berkeley, Edward Wallace - 19 photos), PYGMALION (Basil Sydney, Margaret Rawlings, Lewis Casson, Helen Haye, Philip Friend), AFTER THE DANCE (Robert Harris, Catherine Lacey, Martin Walker), RHONDDA ROUNDABOUT (Mervyn Johns, Julien Mitchell, Hugh Griffith, Dilys Davies, Raymond Huntley, Kay Bannerman, George Devine, Trevor Duggan), TIME AND THE CONWAYS (Jean Forbes-Robertson, Eileen Erskine, Rosemary Scott, Molly Rankin, Helen Horsey, Barbara Everest, Alexander Archdale, Mervyn Johns, Wilfred Babbage, Raymond Huntley); full-page portraits of Catherine Lacey, John Mills, Claire Luce, Niall MacGinnis, and Valerie; Stanley Parker caricature of Luise Rainer; Stars at Ranelagh (Lupino Lane, Noel Coward, Evelyn Laye, Ivor Novello, Robertson Hare, Doris Hare); Off With The Motley (featuring Flora Robson, Terence Rattigan, Emlyn Williams - w.portraits); The Repertory Theatres No.22 - The Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham (w.5 photos); Idols of the Past No.15 - John L.Toole (w.photo); Scenes from the new film THE STORY OF VERNON AND IRENE CASTLE (Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [52pp, 8.75x11.75; slightly rumpled, else VG] £6

ThW/Aug 1939 (No.175): Scenes from BLACK AND BLUE (Frances Day, Vic Oliver, Enid Lowe, Max Wall, Bob Bromley, Carole Lynne, Franklin Bennett, Eleanore Knight, Charles Norman, Hedli Anderson - 30 photos), ALIEN CORN (Margaretta Scott, Hartley Power, Fritz Valk, John Clements), HAMLET/Elsinore (John Gielgud, Glen Byam Shaw, Harry Andrews, Laura Cowie, Jack Hawkins, George Howe, Marius Goring, Fay Compton - 12 photos), BAL TABARIN (Elizabeth and Dell'Adami, Mdlle.Myrellie); full-page portraits of Constance Cummings, Vic Oliver, and Frances Day; quarter-page portraits of Leslie Banks, Robert Harris, Clement McCallin, and Robert Eddison; Off With The Motley (featuring Frank Napier, Harcourt Williams, Yvonne Arnaud, Irene Vanbrugh, Joyce Barbour - w.portraits and Stanley Parker caricature); The Repertory Theatres No.23 - The English Players, Paris (w.5 photos); Introducing Glen Byam Shaw (w.photo); Idols of the Past No.16 - Sarah Bernhardt (w.photo); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [48pp, 8.75x11.75; VG] £6

ThW/Sep 1939 (No.176): Scenes from HERBERT FARJEON'S LITTLE REVUE (Hermione Baddeley, Cyril Ritchard, Eric Anderson, Gordon Little, Charlotte Leigh, Joyce Grenfell, Michael Anthony, Betty Ann Davies, Jacqueline le Geyt, Laura Gorton, Vida Hope, George Benson, Ronald Waters - 17 photos), THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (John Gielgud, Edith Evans, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Peggy Ashcroft, Jack Hawkins, Margaret Rutherford, George Howe - 12 photos), THE DEVIL TO PAY (Harcourt Williams, Frank Napier, Diana Deare, David Phethean, Alastair Bannerman, Betty Douglas, Ernest Clark, John Lalitte, Mary Alexander, Rab de la Torre), 1939 Malvern Festival (Dorothy Smith, Sylvia Coleridge, Herbert Lomas, Maitland Moss, Pieter Cammaerts, Rosemary Scott, Ernest Thesiger, Anthony Bushell, Yvonne Arnaud, Alexander Knox, Irene Vanbrugh, Eileen Beldon, Cecil Trouncer, Isabel Thornton, Daphne Heard, Alastair Sim, Margaret Withers, Frederick Bradshaw, Betty Marsden, Olive Milbourne, Alexander Sarner, Norman Wooland, Rosemary Scott); full-page portraits of Jessie Matthews, and Patricia Burke; Stars of the Old Vic 1939 Season (Robert Donat, Marie Ney, Constance Cummings); 5 Stanley Parker caricatures of THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (John Gielgud, Edith Evans, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Peggy Ashcroft, Jack Hawkins); The Repertory Theatres No.23 - Bexhill Repertory Company (w.6 photos); Famous London Theatres No.1: Theatre Royal, Drury Lane; Survey of the 1939 Malvern Festival; Scenes from the new film LES OTAGES (Charpin, Annie Vernay); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [46pp, 8.75x11.75; VG] £6

ThW/Oct 1939 (No.177): IVOR NOVELLO; Scenes from THE CORN IS GREEN (Emlyn Williams, Sybil Thorndike, Frederick Lloyd, Christine Silver, John Glyn-Jones, Betty Jardine), ME AND MY GIRL (Lupino Lane, Teddie St.Denis), DESIGN FOR LIVING (Diana Wynyard, Rex Harrison, Anton Walbrook), SITTING PRETTY (Arthur Riscoe, Vera Pearce, Sydney Howard); full-page portraits of John Gielgud, and Dame Marie Tempest in DEAR OCTOPUS; The Repertory Theatres No.24 - Perth (w.9 photos); Keep the Footlights Burning! by Ivor Novello; Memories of the London Theatre 1914-1918 (w.4 photos); Famous London Theatres No.2: Royal Opera House, Covent Garden (w.3 photos); Echoes From Broadway (w.4 photos), reviews etc. [36pp, 8.75x11.75; spine partially split, else VG] (£5) SOLD

ThW/Nov 1939 (No.178): Scenes from THE OLD VIC COMPANY (ON TOUR) (Constance Cummings, Robert Donat), ROMEO AND JULIET (Constance Cummings, Robert Donat, Marie Ney, Hubert Harben), THE GOOD NATURED MAN (Robert Donat, Constance Cummings, Marie Ney, Manning Whiley, Stewart Granger), THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE (Robert Donat, Andre Morell, Ernest Hare, Sonia Dresdel, Stewart Granger), SAINT JOAN (Constance Cummings), VICEROY SARAH (Marie Ney, Esme Church), SECOND HELPING (Ivor Novello, Dorothy Dickson, Isabel Jeans), THE LITTLE DOG LAUGHED (Crazy Gang), UNDER YOUR HAT (Jack Hulbert, Cicely Courtneidge); full-page portraits of Evelyn Laye, and Robert Donat in ROMEO AND JULIET; Charles B.Cochrane on The Theatre in War Time; Off With The Motley (featuring Robert Donat, Gordon Harker, Cyril Ritchard, Lilian Braithwaite - w.portraits); Famous London Theatres No.3: The Criterion Theatre (w.photo); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [28pp, 8.75x11.75; VG] £6

ThW/Dec 1939 (No.179): Scenes from FRENCH FOR LOVE (Alice Delysia, Cecil Parker, Athene Seyler, John Penrose, Carl Jaffe, Rosalyn Boulter - 12 photos), BLACK VELVET (Vic Oliver, Pat Kirkwood, Carole Lynne, Iris Lockwood, Roma Beaumont, Arthur Rigby Jnr., Cyril Smith, Louise Lloyd, Leigh Stafford); full-page portrait of Gordon Harker; quarter-page portraits of Diana Wynyard, Nora Swinburne, Lilli Palmer, Leonora Corbett; Off With The Motley (featuring Claire Luce, Beatrice Lillie, Michael Redgrave, Sydney Howard - w.portraits); Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [28pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly grubby, else VG] (£5) SOLD

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