His Majesty's Theatre (Gisborne) :The Julius Knight season, Mon., May 11th, 1908. "The Scarlet Pimpernel", Countess Orczy's famous romantic play. John Andrew & Co., Printers, 21 Phillip Street, Sydney. 1908.
Reference Number: Eph-E-DRAMA-1908-01
Shows arrangement of text, with the play's title appearing over a background of scarlet flowers and green leaves. The cast list includes: Harry Plimmer, Reynolds Denniston, Herbert J Bentley, Edgar Harris, Leslie Victor, Mr H Walters, Mr A S McKay, Walter Hunt, Geo Chalmers, Rege Rede, Rupert Julian, Alfred Andrew, Stanley Walpoe, Charles Collman, Fred Thorne, Dudley Clinton, Monte Luke, Mr E D Golchrist, Mr J Edwards, Mr A Drew, Charles Callow, Julius Knight, Miss Ola Humphrey, Ada Stirling, Elwyn Harvey, Mary Marlowe, Katie Towers, Miss K Chalmers, Jean Martin. Scenery by Gordon, Little & Board. Stage Manager Mr Thomas E Foster.
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His Majesty's Theatre (Gisborne) :The Julius Knight season, Mon., May 11th, 1908. "The Scarlet Pimpernel", Countess Orczy's famous romantic play. John Andrew & Co., Printers, 21 Phillip Street, Sydney. 1908., Reference Number Eph-E-DRAMA-1908-01 (1 digitised items)
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