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Dick Whittington at the London Hippodrome, 1903 Featured 6 Nov 2019 Image

Dick Whittington at the London Hippodrome, 1903

Dick Whittington at the London Hippodrome in 1903. Top left, Dick and his sweetheart played by Ruth Lytton and Fanny Dango. Top right, Dick with his cat (played by Mr Fred Farren Jnr). Bottom left, Mr Seton at the innkeeper, Miss Girdlestone as the Sultan and bottom right, the Hippodrome's clown, Marceline the Droll, as Silly Billy. Date: 1903

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Houdini & Daily MIrror Challenge Featured 6 Nov 2019 Image

Houdini & Daily MIrror Challenge

Houdini's great lock-picking feat at the London Hippodrome. Harry Houdini shown on stage at the London Hippodrome, having specially made cuffs locked to his wrists in the presence of representatives of some London newspapers. The cuff was allegedly made by a Birmingham blacksmith, Nathaniel Hart, who had spent five years perfecting its locks. On 17 March, In a challenge by the Daily Mirror (then called the Daily Illustrated Mirror), Houdini was manacled into the cuffs and took over an hour to escape in front of a packed theatre. There are various conspiracy theories about how Houdini managed the escape and it is possible he and the Mirror colluded together. Date: 1904

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans