An unrehearsed discussion by women, for women, about problems of special interest to women.
Dame Vera Laughton Mathews
Lady Violet Bonham Carter
This is the first of a fortnightly series.
Dame Vera Laughton
Lady Violet Bonham
An incident of Trafalgar freely adapted for television by Macgregor Urquhart from the novel 'All Guns Ablaze' by Arthur Groom.
Author ("All Guns Ablaze"):
Adapted for television by:
A play by Sylvia Regan.
On the polyglot East Side of New York there is rich material for drama, racy and racial; and Miss Sylvia Regan works her mine happily in "The Golden Door". Here are the Feldermans, a Jewish family newly emigrated, transplanting their old customs to American soil, and giving them a different growth.
We follow them down the years, with Becky the mother always the mainstay of the home. Life in this crowded Jewish apartment, says Miss Regan, is warm, rich, funny, tragic. Little by little, the newly-come Feldermans adapt themselves to America, and there is a constant vivacity about the process. There is always something bubbling on the surface of this melting pot. (Lionel Hale)
Hymie Felderman as a boy:
Hymie Felderman, as a young man:
A visit to the Royal Albert Hall to see the concluding bouts in tonight's tournament. The winners of these London Area Championships will compete for the A.B.A. Senior Championships at Wembley later this month.
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