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: Charlot Starlets

With Anthony Nicholls, Jean Brodie, Cynthia Stevens, Rita Grant, Elaine Mara, Patricia Leonard, Beryl Mason, Sheila Marion, Lorna Drews.
At the Pianos: Dennis van Thal and Bobbie Probst

With Anthony Nicholls, in this act there are eight girls who have been chosen by Andre Charlot as likely candidates for stardom. One of them, Patricia Leonard, is playing a principal part in "Stars and Strips", the Charlot revue.

Contributors

Performer: Anthony Nicholls
Performer: Jean Brodie
Performer: Cynthia Stevens
Performer: Rita Grant
Performer: Elaine Mara
Performer: Patricia Leonard
Performer: Beryl Mason
Performer: Sheila Marion
Performer: Lorna Drews
Pianist: Dennis van Thal
Pianist: Bobbie Probst

: Picture Page (Fifty-First Edition)

A Magazine Programme of General and Topical Interest.

Among the interesting people who have been featured in 'Picture Page have been Algernon Blackwood, Vicki Baum, Lesley Storm, and Dorothy Sayers, the novelists; Squadron-Leader F. R. D. Swain, the holder of the aeroplane altitude record, and Jim Mollison and Beryl Markham; Kay Stammers, the tennis player; Paul Schoeffler, baritone of Dresden opera; Roger Quilter, Darius Milhaud, and Rutland Boughton, composers; J. H. Taylor and A. M. Padgham, golfers; Superintendent Hambrook of Scotland Yard; Ella Maillart and Sir Hubert Wilkins, explorers; Low, the artist; James Farley, the Postmaster-General of U.S.A.; Gordon Richards, the jockey; A. F. Tschiffely of Tscriffely's Ride ' fame; Jane Cain, the 'girl with the golden voice'; Robert Flaherty and Sol Lesser, celebrities of the films; Len Harvey and Billy Wells, boxers; Datas, the Memory Man; Nijinska, the dancer; and musical comedy stars Stanley Lupino and Laddie Cliff.

Contributors

Editor: Cecil Madden
Producer: Royston Morley
The Switchboard Girl: Joan Miller

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: Charlot Starlets

With Anthony Nicholls, Jean Brodie, Cynthia Stevens, Rita Grant, Elaine Mara, Patricia Leonard, Beryl Mason, Sheila Marion, Loma Drews.
At the Pianos: Dennis van Thal and Bobbie Probst

Contributors

Performer: Anthony Nicholls
Performer: Jean Brodie
Performer: Cynthia Stevens
Performer: Rita Grant
Performer: Elaine Mara
Performer: Patricia Leonard
Performer: Beryl Mason
Performer: Sheila Marion
Performer: Lorna Drews
Pianist: Dennis van Thal
Pianist: Bobbie Probst

: Picture Page (Fifty-Second Edition)

A Magazine Programme of General and Topical Interest.

Contributors

Editor: Cecil Madden
Producer: Royston Morley
The Switchboard Girl: Joan Miller

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