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  • Event: SON OF THE SHEIK, THE
  • Person:

    author : Marion, Frances, Miss, 1888-1973

    author : Gresac, Fred de, Madame, 1867-1943

    actor : Valentino, Rudolph, Mr.

    actor : Banky, Vilma, Miss

    actor : Fawcett, George, Mr.

    actor : Love, Montague, Mr.

    actor : Dane, Karl, Mr.

    actor : Montana, Bull, Mr.

    actor : Hyman, Bynunsky , Mr.

    producer : Fitzmaurice, George, Mr.

    photographer : Barnes, George, Mr.

    set designer : Menzies, William Cameron, Mr.

    composer : Gutman, Arthur H., Mr.

    pianist : Dulay, Arthur, Mr.

  • Date: 1953 (circa)
  • Brief description: Theatre programme advertising a film to be produced at National Film Theatre entitled THE SON OF THE SHEIK.
  • Identifier: UKC-PRG-READ-CINNATF.F172801
  • Theatre: National Film Theatre, Upper Ground & South Bank & London & England
  • Subject keyword: motion picture

Further Details

  • Accession Number: F172801
  • Event: SON OF THE SHEIK, THE
  • Associated people:

    author : Marion, Frances, Miss, 1888-1973

    author : Gresac, Fred de, Madame, 1867-1943

    actor : Valentino, Rudolph, Mr.

    actor : Banky, Vilma, Miss

    actor : Fawcett, George, Mr.

    actor : Love, Montague, Mr.

    actor : Dane, Karl, Mr.

    actor : Montana, Bull, Mr.

    actor : Hyman, Bynunsky , Mr.

    producer : Fitzmaurice, George, Mr.

    photographer : Barnes, George, Mr.

    set designer : Menzies, William Cameron, Mr.

    composer : Gutman, Arthur H., Mr.

    pianist : Dulay, Arthur, Mr.

  • Description level: 4
  • Language: english
  • Material type: cinema programme
  • Identity code: UKC/PRG/READ/CIN NATF : F172801
  • Notes: Contains programme notes.
  • Part: Reading Rayner Collection
  • Condition: 2
  • Dimensions: 267 x 178 mm
  • Medium: black ink on paper booklet, coloured front page, stains on top
  • Date: 1953 (circa)
  • Theatre: National Film Theatre, Upper Ground & South Bank & London & England
  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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