Leslie Holmes 1934

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Titles read: "Now The NEW EMPIRE REVIEW presents - The Smiling Vocalist LESLIE HOLMES of BBC and Record Fame."

Pathe Studio, London.

Variety star Leslie Holmes stands on a set dressed to look like a drawing room. A man plays the piano as Leslie sings the humorous song 'I'm The Monster...

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Cataloguer:
Sarah
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
51831
Sort Number:
PSP 825
Time in/Out:
01:21:57:00 / 01:24:43:00
Canister:
PSP 825
Film ID:
1624.12
Issue Date:
25/01/1934

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