The theater, the cinema and ourselves (1947)

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seemed spoken in a strange vacuum, in a laboratory, the home of test tubes. All these, however, formed merely a background to what was to come. In February of the following year there was a service, far more human, in memory of Ellen Terry, a celebration at St. Paul's, Covent Garden, of the centenary of her birth. The sight and smell of spring daffodils greeted us as we entered, so wild, so A cover from the picture post 1944.