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The Rex Theatre, Wilmslow,   
The Rex Theatre, Wilmslow, A small collection of autographs obtained on three programmes (10" x 7.5") for productions at the Rex Theatre, Wilmslow in 1974-1975.
Patrick Cargill, Ursula Howells and Margo Johns have added blue ink signatures to a programme for "Two and Two Make Sex" (2nd November 1974).
Dora Bryan, Moray Watson, Simon Williams and Lucy Fleming have added ink signatures to a programme for "Relatively Speaking" (14th November 1974).
Eunice Gayson and Nicholas Parsons have added blue ink signatures to a programme for "Darling I'm Home" (July 12th 1975).

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ref:10426  £25.00
Thomas, Brandon   (1849-1914)
Thomas, Brandon Liverpool-born actor and playwright, most famous as the author of the perennial Charley's Aunt, first staged in 1892.
A superb vintage sepia postcard showing Thomas in an acclaimed "serious" stage role, as John of Gaunt in Shakespeare's Richard II. There's a good signature in black ink across the lower white margin.

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ref:6751  £20.00
Thomas, Brandon   (1849-1914)
Thomas, Brandon Liverpool-born actor and playwright, most famous as the author of the perennial Charley's Aunt, first staged in 1892.
A f
ine vintage sepia Rotary postcard, neatly signed in black fountain pen ink across the lower white margin.
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ref:8575  £15.00
Thompson, Emma   (1959- )
Thompson, Emma Multi-talented British actress and screenwriter.
A very pretty black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), boldly signed in black ink to the right panel.

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ref:7302  £15.00
Thompson, Emma   (1959- )
Thompson, Emma Multi-talented British actress and screenwriter.
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very pretty colour photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), showing Thompson with one of her Oscars, boldly signed in black ink to the lower panel
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ref:7303  £15.00
Thompson, Emma   (1959- )
Thompson, Emma Multi-talented British actress and screenwriter.
A
very fine colour photograph (6" x 4"), used to promote the launch of Emma Thompson's Oscar-winning film, Howard's End, in May 1991. There's a good signature in black ink to the reverse.
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ref:7304  £10.00
Thompson, Emma   (1959- )
Thompson, Emma Multi-talented British actress and screenwriter.
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n exceptionally pretty black and white photograph (8" x10"), boldly signed in black ink across the image.
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ref:7565  £30.00
Thompson, Lea   (1961- )
Thompson, Lea Lovely American actress, most famous for her appearances as Michael J.Fox's future mother, Lorraine Baines, in the three Back To The Future films.
A gorgeous signed colour photograph (8" x 10") in which Lea Thompson shows her sensational body to glorious advantage.


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ref:5258  £25.00
Thorndike, Sybil   (1882-1976)
Thorndike, Sybil Distinguished British stage actress.
A fine vintage sepia postcard, as Saint Joan, neatly signed across the image in blue fountain pen ink. RARE. The most collectable of all Thorndike images.

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ref:10410  £20.00
Tiegs, Cheryl   (1946- )
Tiegs, Cheryl Tall, lovely model and actress, generally regarded as the First American supermodel.
A very fine signature in blue fountain pen ink on a 5" x 3" white card.
There are some stunning colour photographs available of Cheryl Tiegs in her prime, so this item is perfect for display mounting,


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ref:7400  £8.00
Todd, Ann   (1909-1993)
Todd, Ann British actress.
An original lightweight vintage British lobby card (8" x 10")  for Madeleine, the film she made with husband David Lean in 1949, boldly signed in blue fountain pen ink to the lower right margin. Scarce.
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ref:10652  £15.00
Todd, Ann   (1909-1993)
Todd, Ann British actress, probably best remembered for her role as the young concert pianist in thrall to James Mason in The Seventh Veil (1945).
A very pretty vintage 1940s sepia photograph (approximately 5" x 3.5"), nicely signed in dark blue fountain pen ink to a clear area of the image.
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ref:3512  £20.00
Todd, Ann   (1909-1993)
Todd, Ann British actress, probably best remembered for her role as the young concert pianist in thrall to James Mason in The Seventh Veil (1945).
A lovely early vintage black and white 8" x 10" photograph, nicely signed and inscribed ("To dear Winnie, my love, Ann Todd") in dark blue fountain pen ink to a clear area of the image.

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ref:3511  £20.00
Todd, Ann   (1909-1993)
Todd, Ann British actress, probably best remembered for her role as the young concert pianist in thrall to James Mason in The Seventh Veil (1945).
A very early vintage 1930s sepia-toned glossy postcard of the young and pretty Ann Todd, neatly signed in black ink across the image.

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ref:8872  £20.00
Todd, Ann   (1909-1993)
Todd, Ann British actress, once married to David Lean.
A rare vintage original black and white publicity photograph (8" x 10") for Ann Todd's most famous film, The Seventh Veil (1945)., boldly signed in blue ink across a clear area of the image. The studio publicity release is still attached to the reverse.
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ref:7068  £30.00
Todd, Richard   (1919-2009)
Todd, Richard

Fine British actor. A very fine black and white 8" x 10" photograph showing Todd in Disney's The Adventures of Robin Hood and his Merrie Men in 1952, boldly signed in blue ink to a clear area of the image.


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ref:1144  £30.00
Todd, Richard   (1919-2009)
Todd, Richard Fine British actor.
A very fine original black and white publicity photograph (8" x 6") for Richard Todd's 1961 film Don't Bother To Knock, showing Todd with co-star June Thorburn. There's a fine signature and inscription ("Best wishes, Peter, Richard Todd") in blue fountain pen ink across the image.
All publicity material relating to June Thorburn, who died young in a plane crash in 1967, is scarce.


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ref:10577  £20.00
Toumanova, Tamara   (1919-1996)
Toumanova, Tamara Lovely Russian-born American prima ballerina and actress, one of the "baby ballerinas" of Wassily de Basil's Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo.
A very fine signature in dark blue ink on a 4.25" x 3.75" slip of paper.

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ref:9445  £25.00
Toye, Wendy (and Frederic Franklin)   (1917-2010)
Toye, Wendy (and Frederic  Franklin) Extraordinarily talented British dancer, stage and film director and actress.
A lovely vintage 1930s sepia photograph (a little larger than 8" x 6"), nicely signed and inscribed across the image in green ink by Wendy Toye and also by her regular dance partner at the Vic-Wells Ballet, Frederic Franklin (1914-2013).

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ref:10582  £25.00
Tracy, Lee   (1898-1968)
Tracy, Lee Oscar-nominated American character actor with inimitable nasal delivery, star of 1930’s and 1940’s cinema (he made no less than seven films in 1932 alone). A very fine PICTUREGOER postcard (#740) of an MGM publicity photograph, nicely signed and inscribed in dark blue fountain pen ink across the image.



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ref:2857  £15.00
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