Sonnie Hale
actor, director, screenwriter
Sonnie Hale
Sonnie Hale was an English theatre and cinema actor and director. John Robert Hale-Monro was born in London, the son of Robert Hale and Belle Reynolds. His father and sister, Binnie Hale were actors. He worked chiefly in musical and revue theatre, but also acted in several films with occasional screenwriting or directing credits.
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Evelyn Laye, Comic Actress, 95
NYTimes - about 21 years
Evelyn Laye, a British musical comedy star whose 80-year career included appearances on Broadway, died on Saturday at a nursing home in London. She was 95. Miss Laye made her stage debut at the age of 15 and enjoyed her first big success in "The Merry Widow" in 1923. She became an international star when she played the lead in the 1929 Broadway
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MOVIES THIS WEEK
NYTimes - about 21 years
FOUR women prove the importance of good casting on the television film roster this week. Claudette Colbert burnishes Cecil B. DeMille's CLEOPATRA (1934) like an Egyptian sunrise. The spectacle master's history is compact, brisk and suggestive. It's also juicier than the Taylor-Burton juggernaut. One sequence takes the cake: a Nile barge seduction,
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TELEVISION; 'The Bretts': Backstage Life In 1920's London
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: THE YEAR 1927 WAS WHEN LONdon theater-goers turned on that enfant terrible, Noel Coward, heckling two of his new plays into premature oblivion. It was the year Rodgers and Hart's ''Girl Friend'' arrived from Broadway, and everyone seemed to be humming ''My Heart Stood Still,'' the song they'd contributed to a West End revue called ''One Dam
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GOING OUT GUIDE
NYTimes - almost 34 years
SALUTATIONS There's a lot of trans-Atlantic cultural saluting going on lately from Britain to New York. A part of Britain Salutes New York festival has begun in the film series now in the Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2 at the Museum of Modern Art, 18 West 54th Street. ''A Salute to the National Film Archive, British Film Institute'' is screening 18
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Film View; BLAKE EDWARDS-THE PEERLESS FARCEUR
NYTimes - almost 35 years
Farce is difficult to pin down. ''The Shorter Oxford English Dictionary'' says simply that it's ''a dramatic work (usually short) intended only to excite laughter,'' and ''The Oxford Companion to the Theatre'' defines it as ''an extreme form of comedy in which laughter is raised at the expense of probability, particularly by horseplay and bodily
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JESSIE MATTHEWS DEAD AT 74; STARRED IN MUSICAL COMEDIES
NYTimes - over 35 years
Jessie Matthews, a star of Britain's musical-comedy stage, died of cancer today. She was 74 years old. Miss Matthews won fame on three continents before World War II as a singer and as one of the most graceful and athletic dancers of stage and screen. She was best known to American audiences as the star of such British film musicals of the
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