Film Fanfare - No 19 1956

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  • "John Parsons interviews unidentified actor" - it's Archie Duncan.

    "Penny Morrel" in text and tags should read Penny Morrell.

    "Yield to the Night" film premiere." - the premiere is taking place at The Carlton Cinema, Haymarket, London.

    "John Mills" - he's pictured with his wife, the playwright Mary Hayley Bell.

    "Shani Wallace" in text and tags should read Shani Wallis.

    "Sandra Dorne" - she's pictured with actor Patrick Holt.

    Seen at 09:47 is Robert Clark, President of the British Film Producers Association.

    Seen at 10:01 is actress Yvonne Mitchell.

    Seen at 10:09 is actress Noelle Middleton.



    jamied 15th Jan 2013

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