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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 1265: 1936 LILLIAN GISH JOHN GIELGUD JUDITH ANDERSON BROADWAY PLAYBILL PROGRAM

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1936 LILLIAN GISH JOHN GIELGUD JUDITH ANDERSON BROADWAY PLAYBILL PROGRAM Week beginning December 21, 1936 playbill for the play Hamlet with Lillian Gish, Judith Anderson and John Gielgud at the St. James Theatre in New York.

The playbill program is in excellent over-all condition with pencil notations on the page listing cast members.

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Circa: 1936
 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 1264: 1934 ORSON WELLES BROADWAY DEBUT PLAYBILL, KATHARINE CORNELL, CECIL RATHBONE

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1934 ORSON WELLES BROADWAY DEBUT PLAYBILL, KATHARINE CORNELL, CECIL RATHBONE Week beginning December 24, 1934 premiere playbill for the play 'Romeo and Juliet' with the broadway debut of Orson Welles at the Martin Beck Theatre in New York together with Katharine Cornell and Cecil Rathbone.

The playbill program is in fine over-all condition with some discoloration on the front cover and something that is now hardened which likely is glue residue that had stuck to the backside of the cover. The interior pages are in excellent condition.

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Circa: 1934
 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 1263: RARE 1932 PLAYBILL PROGRAM KATHARINE HEPBURN, PHILADELPHIA

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RARE 1932 PLAYBILL PROGRAM KATHARINE HEPBURN, PHILADELPHIA Very rare May 26, 1932 playbill program for the play 'Electra' in which famous American actress Katharine Hepburn had a part along with American actress Katharine Alexander. Stage actress Blanceh Yurka played the lead role.

1932 is the year that launched Katharine Hepburn into movies. She was doing a playby the title 'The Warrior's Husband' which opened on March 11, 1932 at the Morosco Theatre in New York and ran for 3 months where a scout for a Hollywood agent noticed her performance. Hepburn tested for and landed her first movie role in 'A Bill of Divorcement' which launched her movie career.

The play 'Electra' ran for only one performance at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia in which Hepburn had a role at a time when she was starting to receive recognition and publicity as a stage actress for her role in 'The Warrior's Husband'.

The program is in good over-all condition with some spotty toned discoloration on the interior. Marked in pencil near the top left of the inside first page is 'With Stokowski' which likely indicates Leopold Stokowski was involved with the production.

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Circa: 1932
Publisher: Philadelphia Orchestra Academy of Music  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 1262: 1910 JOHN BARRYMORE THE FORTUNE TELLER TREMONT THEATRE BOSTON PLAYBILL

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1910 JOHN BARRYMORE THE FORTUNE TELLER TREMONT THEATRE BOSTON PLAYBILL Playbill for 'The Fortune Teller' starring John Barrymore in November 1910 at the Tremont Theatre in Boston.

This role is what catapulted John Barrymore to fame.

The playbill is in good over-all condition with 1.5" separation to the cover at the lower part of the spine and some light staining to the spine area of the cover and last three pages of the playbill.

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Circa: 1910
Publisher: Tremont Theatre  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 1237: 1968 RESTORED FORD'S THEATRE WASHINGTON D. C. OPENING NIGHT PROGRAM

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1968 RESTORED FORD'S THEATRE WASHINGTON D. C. OPENING NIGHT PROGRAM The Comedy of Errors program from opening night February 26, 1968 at the restored Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C.

The program which measures approximately 18"h x 6"w has a vertical fold crease in the center.

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Circa: 1968
Publisher: Ford's theatre program  

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