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Stars at Premiere


Series Name
British Movietone News


Issue No.
Date Released
27 Nov 1958
Date submitted
24 Nov 1958
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1Stars at Premiere
  2. 2New Forth Bridge
  3. 3The Balloon Goes Up
  4. 4Somaliland Tour
  5. 5Tales of Hoffnung


Story No. within this Issue
1 / 5
MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Inn of the 6th Happiness Premiere. DESCRIPTION: The proceeds of the World Premiere in London go to found a scholarship at the RADA in memory of the late Robert Donat. Arriving to enjoy the film were: Viscount Rothermere, Mr and Mrs Skouras, Juliette Greco, escorted by Darryl Zanuck, Eiko Ando; who plays in the Inn of the Sixth Happiness, Glynis Johns, John Gregson, Richard Attenborough, Kenneth More, John Mills with his wife. Greeted by Athene Seyler, was Ingrid Bergman, starring as Gladys Aylward in the film, and her Swedish fiancé, Lars Schmidt. Miss Bergman then made a speech ... SHOTLIST: GV crowd in foyer (key). GV sign outside cinema. MS same. Same. MS Mayor of Westminster arrives. CU Viscount Rothermere arrives. MS Mr & Mrs Spyros Skouras arrives. CU Juliette Greco & Darryl Zanuck. MS Eiko Ando arrives. MS Glynis Johns arrives. CU John Gregson. MS Richard Attenborough arrives. CU Kenneth More. MS John Mills & wife arrives. MS Ingrid Bergman. Same. TS Ingrid Bergman. CU same speaks. GV foyer - Ingrid Bergman in middle.
Entertainment and leisure; Economics; Business and commerce; Fundraising; Newspapers; Local government; Performing arts
London; England
Card file number
Geoffrey Sumner
Godfrey Kenneth Hanshaw
Len Waldorf
Terry O’Brien
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