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  1. The News Pageant of Movietone - Reviewed by Leslie Mitchell and Sport by Alan Howland: Mrs Chamberlain at Actor’s Home

    Date released
    4 May 1939
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    517A
    NoS ID
    009942
    Story no
    6 / 10

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Mrs Chamberlain at Northwood. DESCRIPTION: The Premier’s wife visits Denville Hall, Northwood. SHOTLIST: The Prime Minister’s wife visits Denville Hall a home for aged actors and...

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  2. All’s Well That Ends Well (1964 Audio)

    Director
    Val May
    Subject
    Drama
    Distribution
    Out of Distribution (2006), Audiocassette. 60 min., 1997 sale: £5.99 (inc. VAT +p&p)

    A reading of an abridged version of All’s Well That Ends Well, with a cast including Dame Edith Evans, Vanessa Redgrave and Jeremy Brett, directed by Val May.

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  3. Fourth Form Features: The Actress Edith Evans Talks About the Stage. (1945 Radio)

    Series
    For the Schools
    Producer
    Freda Lingstrom

    Radio programme for schools. Edith Evans talks about the stage with excerpts from She Stoops to Conquer and Hamlet (the players’ scene). Dame Edith, when asked what a girl should do to become an actress,...

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  4. News & Sports Pageant of Movietone by Leslie Mitchell and Alan Howland: All the Stars at Theatrical Garden Party

    Date released
    23 Jun 1938
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    472A
    NoS ID
    008937
    Story no
    10 / 11

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Theatrical Garden Party. SHOTLIST: Noel Coward fishes for champagne as does Charles Laughton who is accompanied by his wife, Elsa Lanchester. Also present are Leslie Banks, Marie...

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  5. Acting Shakespeare (1937 Radio)

    Series
    Shakespeare

    Dame Edith Evans talks about acting Shakespeare’s plays, the ways in which she approaches different characters and the importance of language.

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  6. 200 Years of Fashion

    Date released
    11 Dec 1950
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    1123
    NoS ID
    016814
    Story no
    4 / 6

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: 200 Years Through the Fashions. DESCRIPTION: The Queen was accompanied by Princess Margaret when she attended a display of Two Hundred Years of Fashion at a London Theatre. Dame Edith...

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  7. Rape of Lucrece, And Other Poems, The (1961 Audio)

    The Rape of Lucrece read by Richard Burton; The Phoenix and the Turtle and The Passionate Pilgrim are read by Edith Evans and Donald Wolfit.

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  8. All’s Well That Ends Well (1963 Audio)

    Series
    Living Shakespeare

    Abridged sound recording of the play with Edith Evans as the Countess and Vanessa Redgrave as Helena.

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  9. Love at Arms (1940 Radio)

    Producer
    Barbara Burnham

    Radio broadcast. In this programme produced by Barbara Burnham, Edith Evans amd Michael Redgrave perform scenes from Shakespeare’s As You Like It and Much Ado about Nothing as well as William Congreve’s...

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  10. Shakespeare Day Duologue, A (1928 Radio)

    Radio broadcast. According to the Radio Times programme information, this duologue pays tribute to Sadler’s Wells Theatre in London, "commemorating two famous men, St. George and Shakespeare". The...

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