Gaiety Theatre Aka Gaiety Bar Beware - Other… 1957

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Strathearn Place, London.

M/S of a man stood behind a bar polishing a glass. L/S of the bar, there are old fashioned posters round the front, the colour scheme is red and gold. A man walks round and goes behind the bar, he is John Hussey, the proprietor, C/U of John reading a programme for...



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CP 150
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01:46:55:00 / 01:49:39:00
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  • "M/S of a man stood behind a bar" - the bar is that of "The Victoria" pub in Strathearn Place, London. It's still there in 2012.

    "Laurie Lupino Lane" should read Lauri Lupino Lane.

    jamied 25th Jun 2012
  • The lady between Lauri Lupino Lane and Dorothy Ward is Violet Blythe, the wife of Lupino Lane and Lauri's mother.

    Roger Fillary 12th Aug 2012

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