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Who's who in the Theatre a Biographical record of the contemporary stage, from the "Who's Who in the Theatre" published in 1935.

"For nearly 300 years it has been stated that, periodically, that the Theatre is dying. The grand old invalid is hale and hearty. The life of the theatre is reflected in the present issue" claims the Preface.

The Who's Who includes thousands of names both English and American, an Index to London playbills, notable productions and revival of the London Stage, Shakespeare at the Old Vic, List of London Theatres, A Theatrical and Musical Obituary, A Roll of Honour for those actors, musicians, writers and workers for the stage who gave their lives during the First World War (1914-1918) are among the many contents of the publication.

It features the biographies of actors living in 1936 which include well known names such as Charles Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks, Errol Flynn and Spencer Tracy to name a few.

Search thousands of names on in the Who's Who collection. The Who's Who collection is a reference work on prominent and noted individuals of that time generally containing precise biographical information and includes among many artists, engineers, military men, politicians, sportsmen and the like.

The records in the main include the Surname, forename(s), titles and private address. Year and place of birth and fathers name. Marriage information includes year, spouses name and fathers surname. Education, Club, society and academic Membership details are included. This differs for the Theatre and Sport Who's Who.

In some instances the age, war service and useful dates are included as well as British order of chivalry, qualifications, accomplishments, appointments and recreational interests.

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