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His Masters Breath - Satire
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His Masters Breath - Satire
Map of Purgatory / Dante
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Map of Purgatory / Dante
Jeeves and Wooster
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Jeeves and Wooster
Vision of Angels / Dante
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Vision of Angels / Dante
Blackpool, Grand Theatre
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Blackpool, Grand Theatre
His Masters Breath - Satire Featured Image

His Masters Breath - Satire

His Master's Breath Satirical play on the dog/gramophone logo for His Master's Voice, substituting the music player for a whiskey jar and funnel. Artist Francis Barraud (1856-1924) painted his brother's dog Nipper listening to the horn of an early phonograph during the winter of 1898. Victor Talking Machine Company began using the symbol in 1900, and Nipper joined the RCA family in 1929. Date: 1907

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Little Tich
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Little Tich
Dante & Virgil on Ice
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Dante & Virgil on Ice
Knitting Expert
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Knitting Expert
James Doughty, oldest clown in England Featured Image

James Doughty, oldest clown in England

James Doughty of Brighton, at the time of this photograph the oldest clown in England, about to celebrate his 94th birthday. Seen here in costume with two of his performing dogs. In 1911 at the age of 93 he married a woman of 25, Alice Zilpah, and apparently his previous wife had been 25 years younger than him. He is said to have succeeded the famous clown Joseph Grimaldi at Drury Lane in 1851, taking over many of his wigs, props and songs. He died in March 1913

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Lincoln Assass. / Playbill
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Lincoln Assass. / Playbill
Dante / Map of Paradise
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Dante / Map of Paradise
Funny Face by Fred Thomson & Paul Gerard Smith Featured Image

Funny Face by Fred Thomson & Paul Gerard Smith

Promotional postcard for Funny Face by Fred Thomson and Paul Gerard Smith; lyrics Ira Gershwin; music George Gershwin which was first produced in the Princes Theatre on 8th November 1928. The performers shown are Fred and Adele Astaire as Jimmy Reeves and Frankie Wynne, with (right) Leslie Henson as Dugsie Gibbs. This image is for the transfer to the Winter Garden Theatre, in early 1929. Date: 1929

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Georges Guetary / Song
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Georges Guetary / Song

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