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Moments from "Trilby" at The Apollo Theatre, London.

Series

Series Name
Eve And Everybody’s Film Review

Issue

Issue No.
56
Date Released
29 Jun 1922
Length of issue (in feet)
900
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1Camera Interviews: Mrs. E. MacAvity, the Artist
  2. 2Keeping Fit
  3. 3What Paris Says (in Pathecolor)
  4. 4Moments from "Trilby" at The Apollo Theatre, London.
  5. 5Tied Tennis
  6. 6The Adventures of Felix the Cat -: Felix and Fido’s Bone

Story

Story No. within this Issue
4 / 6
Summary
NoS Summary - Miss P. Neilson Terry, George Temple and Lauderdale Maitland at the Apollo Theatre, London.
NoS synopsis: "A feature is Lyn Harding’s womderful characterisation of the sinister Svengali." Harding in front of mirror making up. "There is an art even in borrowing as Svengali shows when he borrows from Taffy (Lauderdale Maitland)." "Zouzou (George A. Temple) has some difficulty in making a speech. Why? Well ---" Acting scene, people dancing in a room, man stands on chair trying to make a speech. "Trilby (cleverly interpreted by Phyllis Neilson-Terry) comes under Svengali’s evil influence ---". "Svengali’s triumph when Trilby, hypnotised, sings her famous song "Sweet Alice Ben Bolt"."
Researcher Comments
British Pathe - Phyllis Neilson Terry played Trilby
A short handwritten shot list for this story is present in the Pathé boxfile, as is a newspaper cutting. The number 93/145 is noted next to this story on the issue sheet.
Keywords
Performing arts
Locations
London; England
Written sources
Pathe Inventory File   Tin No.12
British Pathe Database 1997   Reference No.EP002
Pathe Eve 41-79 Boxfile   Issue sheet
National Film Archive Catalogue
Credits:
Production Co.
British Pathe Ltd.
Length of story (in feet)
160

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British Pathe Ltd
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Notes
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