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JANE BAXTER - INSCRIBED PROGRAM SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: VIC (VICTOR) OLIVER, KATHLEEN HARRISON, DAME EDITH EVANS - DOCUMENT 226111

 
BRITISH ACTORS: JANE BAXTER, EDITH EVANS, KATHLEEN HARRISON and VICTOR OLIVER
Program for the 1950 Theatre and Film Festival to benefit the Actors' Orphanage Fund, signed by British actors Jane Baxter, Edith Evans, Kathlessn Harrison and Victor Oliver with five other unidentified signatures
Inscribed program signed "Jane Baxter", "Vic Oliver", "Kathleen Harrison" and "Edith Evans" on the cover, with five unidentified signatures. 38 pages, 8¼x10¾. Titled: "News of the World/Largest Circulation in the World". Program for the 1950 Theatre and Film Festival in Roehampton, London, England to benefit the Actors' Orphanage Fund. Program BAXTER (1909-1996, born Feodora Forde in Bremen, Germany), spent most of her career on the British stage and in British films. She came to Hollywood in the mid-1930s, starring in two films, We Live Again (1934) and Enchanted April (1935), and becoming romantically involved with actor Ronald Colman. Baxter, who hated American life, returned to London to resume her film career and make periodic forays into television. She is perhaps best known on the small screen as a semi-regular on the acclaimed Upstairs/Downstairs. EVANS (1888-1976) was an English TV, stage and film actress. Evans made her film debut in 1915, but dropped film roles for over three decades to concentrate on stage roles. Her first stage appearance was in 1910 as Viola in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, the first of over 150 roles over a six-decade career, including roles with the Old Vic Company, which she joined in 1925. She returned to films in 1949 and found steady work in movies and TV thereafter. Evans was nominated for three Oscars for her roles in Tom Jones (1963), The Chalk Garden (1964) and The Whisperers (1967). She was made a Dame Commander of the British Empire in 1946. HARRISON (1892-1995, born in Blackburn, Lancashire, England) was a veteran of 100 movies and TV shows between 1915 and 1979. She got her start in a minor role in 1915's Our Boys, then debuted on the London stage in a 1926 production of The Constant Flirt. She returned to films in Hobson's Choice (1931). Harrison appeared in several adaptations of Charles Dickens' novels, including Oliver Twist (1948) Scrooge (1951) and The Pickwick Papers (1952) and British TV adaptations of Martin Chuzzlewit (1964) and Our Mutual Friend (1976). She also appeared as Emily Huggett in a popular series of films about the Huggetts, the British answer to MGM's Hardys: Holiday Camp (1948), Here Come the Huggetts (1948), Vote for Huggett (1948) and The Huggetts Abroad (1949). OLIVER (1898-1964, born Viktor Oliver Von Samek in Vienna, Austria), was a British actor/comedian. He was also an accomplished violinist and one of the first comedians to incorporate his musical talents into a comedy act. In addition to appearing on stage, Oliver was featured in several films, including Rhythm in the Air (1936), Meet Mr. Penny and I'll Be Your Sweetheart (1945), and he was a regular on the TV series, Hotel Imperial (1958). Oliver was married to actress Sarah Churchill, the daughter of Sir Winston Churchill, from 1936 until their divorce in 1945. Lightly toned, soiled and creased. Lightly worn at corners. Staples binding program are missing. Rust stains along spine of program. Otherwise, fine condition.

 



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JANE BAXTER
Born: September 9, 1909 in Bremen, Germany
Died: September 13, 1996 in London, England, United Kingdom


Film Credits
1976 Softly Softly: Task Force (Performer), 1973 Upstairs, Downstairs (Performer), 1973 Great Mysteries (Performer), 1971 The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder (Performer), 1968 The Sex Game (Performer), 1962 Somerset Maugham Hour (Performer), 1959 Saturday Playhouse (Performer), 1956-1965 ITV Play of the Week (Performer), 1956 Rheingold Theatre (Performer), 1952 Death of an Angel (Performer), 1952 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (Performer), 1952 All Hallowe'en (Performer), 1943 The Flemish Farm (Performer), 1941 Ships with Wings (Performer), 1940 The Middle Watch (Performer), 1940 The Chinese Den (Performer), 1940 The Briggs Family (Performer), 1940 Murder Will Out (Performer), 1940 Confidential Lady (Performer), 1938 The Ware Case (Performer), 1938 Second Best Bed (Performer), 1936 The Man Who Could Work Miracles (Performer), 1936 The Man Behind the Mask (Performer), 1936 Hideout in the Alps (Performer), 1935 The Murder Party (Performer), 1935 The Clairvoyant (Performer), 1935 Regal Cavalcade (Performer), 1935 Line Engaged (Performer), 1935 Enchanted April (Performer), 1935 Drake the Pirate (Performer), 1934 We Live Again (Performer), 1934 The Little Minister (Performer), 1934 The Double Event (Performer), 1934 Girls Please! (Performer), 1934 April Blossoms (Performer), 1933 The Constant Nymph (Performer), 1932 Wives Beware (Performer), 1932 Flat No. 9 (Performer), 1931 Down River (Performer), 1930 Bedrock (Performer), 1930 Bed and Breakfast (Performer)

Theatre Credits
The Importance of Being Earnest - Performer (March 3, 1947 - May 10, 1947)


KATHLEEN HARRISON
Born: February 23, 1892 in Blackburn, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
Died: December 7, 1995 in Merton, London, England, United Kingdom


Film Credits
1997 Heroes of Comedy (Other), 1989 Scrooge: A Christmas Carol (Other), 1979 Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (Performer), 1979 The London Connection (Performer), 1979 Danger UXB (Performer), 1978 Clapper Board (Other), 1976 Shades of Greene (Performer), 1976 Our Mutual Friend (Performer), 1974 Charles Dickens' World of Christmas (Performer), 1973 Stars on Sunday (in person), 1973 Spring and Autumn (Performer), 1973 ITV Sunday Night Theatre (Performer), 1969 NBC Experiment in Television (in person), 1969 Lock Up Your Daughters! (Performer), 1968 Dixon of Dock Green (Performer), 1968 BBC Play of the Month (Performer), 1966-1967 Mrs Thursday (Performer), 1964 Martin Chuzzlewit (Performer), 1964 Alive and Kicking (Performer), 1964 Alive and Kicking (Sound), 1963 West 11 (Performer), 1963 Comedy Playhouse (Performer), 1962 The Fast Lady (Performer), 1962 Mrs. Gibbons' Boys (Performer), 1961 The Jo Stafford Show (in person), 1961 Operation Snafu (Performer), 1959 How Say You (Performer), 1959 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (Performer), 1958 The Big Money (Performer), 1958 A Cry from the Streets (Performer), 1957 The Beasts of Marseilles (Performer), 1956 Rheingold Theatre (Performer), 1956 It's a Wonderful World (Performer), 1956 Home and Away (Performer), 1956 Afternoon Film Festival (Performer), 1955 Where There's a Will (Performer), 1955 Cast a Dark Shadow (Performer), 1955 All for Mary (Performer), 1954 Let's Make Up (Performer), 1953 Turn the Key Softly (Performer), 1953 The Dog and the Diamonds (Performer), 1952 The Pickwick Papers (Performer), 1952 Mr. Lord Says No (Performer), 1951 The Magic Box (Performer), 1951 A Christmas Carol (Performer), 1950 Waterfront Women (Performer), 1950 Trio (Performer), 1950 Double Confession (Performer), 1949 Vote for Huggett (Performer), 1949 The Huggetts Abroad (Performer), 1949 The Gay Adventure (Performer), 1949 Now Barabbas (Performer), 1949 Landfall (Performer), 1948 The Winslow Boy (Performer), 1948 Oliver Twist (Performer), 1948 Here Come the Huggetts (Performer), 1948 Bond Street (Performer), 1947 Temptation Harbor (Performer), 1947 Holiday Camp (Performer), 1947 Code of Scotland Yard (Performer), 1946 I See a Dark Stranger (Performer), 1946 Carnival (Performer), 1946 A Voice in the Night (Performer), 1945 Waterloo Road (Performer), 1945 Meet Sexton Blake (Performer), 1945 Great Day (Performer), 1945 Caesar and Cleopatra (Performer), 1944 It Happened One Sunday (Performer), 1943 The New Lot (Performer), 1943 Dear Octopus (Performer), 1942 The Big Blockade (Performer), 1942 Much Too Shy (Performer), 1942 In Which We Serve (Performer), 1941 The Remarkable Mr. Kipps (Performer), 1941 The Ghost Train (Performer), 1941 Once a Crook (Performer), 1941 Major Barbara (Performer), 1941 I Thank You (Performer), 1941 A Letter from Home (Performer), 1940 Tilly of Bloomsbury (Performer), 1940 They Came by Night (Performer), 1940 The Flying Squad (Performer), 1940 The Call for Arms (Performer), 1940 Salvage with a Smile (Performer), 1940 Mad Men of Europe (Performer), 1940 Girl in the News (Performer), 1940 Gaslight (Performer), 1939 Who Is Guilty (Performer), 1939 The Outsider (Performer), 1939 Home from Home (Performer), 1939 Discoveries (Performer), 1939 A Girl Must Live (Performer), 1938 Three on a Weekend (Performer), 1938 The Terror (Performer), 1938 Jane Steps Out (Performer), 1938 I've Got a Horse (Performer), 1938 Convict 99 (Performer), 1938 Almost a Gentleman (Performer), 1937 Wanted! (Performer), 1937 Night Must Fall (Performer), 1937 Aren't Men Beasts! (Performer), 1936 The Tenth Man (Performer), 1936 Jury's Evidence (Performer), 1936 Everybody Dance (Performer), 1936 Broken Blossoms (Performer), 1935 Line Engaged (Performer), 1935 Inside the Room (Performer), 1935 Dandy Dick (Performer), 1934 What Happened Then (Performer), 1934 The Great Defender (Performer), 1933 The Man from Toronto (Performer), 1933 The Ghoul (Performer), 1932 Lloyd of the C.I.D. (Performer), 1932 Aren't We All (Performer), 1931 Hobson's Choice (Performer), 1915 Our Boys (Performer)


DAME EDITH EVANS
Born: February 8, 1888 in London, England, United Kingdom
Died: October 14, 1976 in Cranbrook, Kent, England, United Kingdom


Film Credits
1977 Nasty Habits (Performer), 1977 Clapper Board (in person), 1976 The Slipper and the Rose: The Story of Cinderella (Performer), 1976 The Slipper and the Rose: The Story of Cinderella (Sound), 1975 Parkinson (in person), 1974 QB VII (Performer), 1974 Max (in person), 1974 Craze (Performer), 1973/I A Doll's House (Performer), 1973 ITV Sunday Night Theatre (Performer), 1973 El caballo torero (Performer), 1971 The British Screen Awards (in person), 1970 Upon This Rock (Performer), 1970 Scrooge (Performer), 1969 Time to Remember (in person), 1969 The Madwoman of Chaillot (Performer), 1969 Sophie's Place (Performer), 1969 Red Peppers (Performer), 1969 David Copperfield (Performer), 1968-1969 Omnibus (in person), 1968 The New Cinema (in person), 1968 The Gambler (Performer), 1968 The Eamonn Andrews Show (in person), 1968 The 40th Annual Academy Awards (in person), 1968 Tempo (in person), 1968 Prudence and the Pill (Performer), 1967 The Whisperers (Performer), 1967 Fitzwilly (Performer), 1967 Before the Fringe (Performer), 1966 Preview Tonight (Performer), 1965 Young Cassidy (Performer), 1964 The Chalk Garden (Performer), 1964 The 36th Annual Academy Awards (in person), 1963 Tom Jones (Performer), 1963 Farewell to the Vic (in person), 1961 Time Remembered (Performer), 1960 Startime (Performer), 1960 ITV Play of the Week (Performer), 1959 The Nun's Story (Performer), 1959 Look Back in Anger (Performer), 1959 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (Performer), 1958 The Dark Is Light Enough (Performer), 1957 Salute to Show Business (in person), 1955-1956 ITV Television Playhouse (Performer), 1953 Your Jeweler's Showcase (Performer), 1952 The Importance of Being Earnest (Performer), 1949 Women of Dolwyn (Performer), 1949 The Queen of Spades (Performer), 1916 East Is East (Performer), 1916 A Welsh Singer (Performer), 1915 Honeymoon for Three (Performer), 1915 Honeymoon for Three (in person)

Theatre Credits
Daphne Laureola - Performer (September 18, 1950 - November 4, 1950), Romeo and Juliet - Performer (December 20, 1934 - February 1935), Tattle Tales - Performer (June 1, 1933 - June 24, 1933), Evensong - Performer (January 31, 1933 - February 1933), The Lady with a Lamp - Performer (November 19, 1931 - November 1931)


VIC OLIVER
Born: July 8, 1898 in Vienna, Austria
Died: August 15, 1964 in Johannesburg, South Africa


Film Credits
1996 The Churchills (Other), 1977 To See Such Fun (Other), 1961-1964 The Dickie Henderson Show (Performer), 1960 Showtime (in person), 1960 Hotel Imperial (Music Department), 1959 No Hiding Place (Performer), 1959 ITV Play of the Week (Performer), 1958-1960 Hotel Imperial (Performer), 1957 Revels of 1957 (in person), 1953 Three Cheers (Performer), 1952-1954 This Is Show Business (in person), 1951 Television Christmas Party (in person), 1949-1951 Vic Oliver Introduces (in person), 1948-1949 Studio One in Hollywood (Music Department), 1948-1949 Studio One in Hollywood (Sound), 1945 I'll Be Your Sweetheart (Performer), 1944 Give Us the Moon (Performer), 1941 Hi Gang! (Performer), 1941 He Found a Star (Performer), 1940 Room for Two (Performer), 1938 Meet Mr. Penny (Performer), 1938 Around the Town (Performer), 1937 Who's Your Lady Friend (Performer), 1936 Rhythm in the Air (Performer)


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