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YVONNE ARNAUD.

YVONNE ARNAUD.

pero. Because he is a poet and life has left him a philosopher—free of bitterness and with a serene attitude of beneficence towards his fellows. -'gap
01 January 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HENRY OSCAR

HENRY OSCAR

IF I could choose a character to * play in real life, I would become Mark Antony (from “Julius Caesar ”). This man always embodies, to my mind, the qualities of power and the capacity for pleasure. A great orator who swayed the multitude, a loyal friend, a soldier, and withal a
01 January 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LESLIE BANKS

LESLIE BANKS

the more adventurous ■ side of me says that I ought to want to be like Clive and to be an Empire Builder, and my base nature craves to be a wife-poisoner like Geoffrey Carroll—on the whole I feel it would be rather nice to live the life of Gabriel Service.” He had one consuming
01 January 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOLLIES ON PARADE

FOLLIES ON PARADE

PRINCE OF WALES’ THEATRE TOURS presenl f Produced ky AHTHOWY WELLE PRINCE OF WALES’ THEATRE (London’s Folios Ber; DALE I DE LEON CHAD WEAVER DENISE VANE THE PRINCE OF WALES’ THEATRE’S OWN GIRLS
01 January 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SURVEY OF PRODUCTION PLANS FOR 1936

SURVEY OF PRODUCTION PLANS FOR 1936

By F. S. JENNINGS (“Era” Studio Correspondent) J'HE past year has seen an un* paralleled increase in the number operating independent film producers. This was foreshadowed by most of us at the beginning, but not on the immense scale that has actually taken place. The most import
01 January 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AN ENTHRALLING

AN ENTHRALLING

'J'HOSE of our distinguished contributors to this symposium who say that there is no necessary conflict between Reality and Illusion in the dramatic field must be very poor students of the current political field, in which the illusions of Geneva, if they are illusions, seem to
01 January 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
the era IFE AS BETTER OR WORSE?

the era IFE AS BETTER OR WORSE?

Art is to bring all the arts to life, to be used for the happiness and welfare the human race. It is plastic in the hands of mankind, and is therefore intended to bestir human emotions, to make people laugh or cry. Perhaps, more than anything else, to make people laugh, since ri
01 January 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CUFFORD BAX

CUFFORD BAX

TO preserve illusion is to re main in a childish condition when we ought to have outgrown Most films and many plays (for instance, The Good Companions ”) pretend that life and people are pleasanter than most of us find them to be. They falsify the truth, and that is why I can ta
01 January 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JANUARY 1, 1936

JANUARY 1, 1936

01 January 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SOUND BUILDS! .

SOUND BUILDS! .

FOR AND WHICH A HAPPY PROSPEROUS IT WISHES TO THE WORLD
01 January 1936 - The Era - London, London, England