Around the World in Song. (Repeat)
John Boulter, Dai Francis, and Tony Mercer are in 'The Black and White Minstrel Show' at the Victoria Palace, London
by Michael Voysey.
A gentleman cheating at cards... an action for slander... and a Royal Scandal.
Plaintiff - Sir William Gordon Cumming:
Counsel for the Defendants - Sir Charles Russell:
Counsel for the Plaintiff - Sir Edward Clarke:
Defendant - Mrs. Wilson:
Defendant - Arthur Stanley Wilson:
Defendant - Mr. Lycett Green:
Defendant - Mrs. Lycett Green:
Defendant - Lieut Berkely Levett:
Juror - Mr. Davidson:
Juror - Mr. Fellows:
Juror - Mr. Harris:
Juror - Mr. Hall:
Juror - Mr. Johnson:
Juror - Mr. Deedes:
Witness - General Owen Williams:
Witness - Lord Coventry:
Witness - Miss Florence Garner:
It is important to dance not merely to the music, but to dance the music
A film profile of the famous ballerina seen studying at the Bolshoi School, in rehearsal, and in excerpts from her most celebrated roles partnered by leading dancers from the Bolshoi Ballet.
Produced by the Central Documentary Film Studio, Moscow
[Starring] Peggy Ashcroft as Rebecca West; Knut Wigert as John Rosmer; Mark Dignam as Kroll; Angela Baddeley as Mrs. Helseth; Morris Perry as Mortensgard;
John Laurie as Ulric Brendel
Peggy Ashcroft is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre Company
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