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: Silver Fox Breeding

Four foxes will be exhibited by a representative of the Silver Fox Breeders' Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

: Scenes from Marigold

From the London Theatre.
[Starring] Sophie Stewart (by permission of London Film Productions, Ltd.) in scenes from The Royalty Theatre production "Marigold", a Scottish Comedy by L. Allen Harker and F. R. Pryor.
With Jean Clyde, Walter Roy, John Bailey, Brenda Harvey, Violet Moffat

Sophie Stewart, a Scot, made her first appearance in London in the title role of "Marigold" in 1929. She has played this part nearly a thousand times in England, Canada, and the United States since then, but this play had such a rare charm that it is once again revived in the West.


Author: L. Allen Harker
Author: F. R. Pryor
Stage production: J. Graham Pockett
Stage production: Lance Lister
Presentation: G. More O'Ferrall
Marigold: Sophie Stewart
Mrs. Pringle: Jean Clyde
Archie Forsyth: John Bailey
[Actor]: Walter Roy
[Actress]: Brenda Harvey
[Actress]: Violet Moffat

: Close

At the close of this afternoon's programme a chart arranged in co-operation with the Air Ministry will forecast the weather.

: Boxing

A Demonstration of Training by Members of the Alexandra Amateur Boxing Club.

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