At The Temple Gates 1931

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Full titles read: "Now 'Pathetone presents - AT THE TEMPLE GATES - played by the composer Gatty Sellars. At Central Hall, Westminster, London."

Good L/S's of Central Hall. L/S's of four singers (tenors ?) singing 'At the Temple Gates' inside the building The organist Gatty Sellars can be seen...



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PT 055
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01:36:46:00 / 01:39:49:00
PT 055
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Fashion & Music Lifestyle & Culture Entertainment & Humour
1930s London

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