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GRAN'POP GIVES A LESSON IN ACROBATICS

GRAN'POP GIVES A LESSON IN ACROBATICS

. DRAWN BY LAWSON WOOD. (COPYRIGHT RESERVED IN THE U.S.A. BY THE ARTIST.)
4 April 1934 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
LANDING AFTER A ... ANNEL CROSSING IN THE 18TH CENTURY!

LANDING AFTER A ... ANNEL CROSSING IN THE 18TH CENTURY!

LANDING AFTER A 0* ^NNEL CROSSING IN THE 18TH CENTURY! '""TRAVELLERS in the eighteenth century needed considerable torlitude, for, after crossing the Channel in very small sailing-boats, they had to be rowed to shore, and finally carried by strong men through the shallows to dry
4 April 1934 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
POPULAR FAVOURITES AFTER A DANCE

POPULAR FAVOURITES AFTER A DANCE

A REFRESHING FICTURE OF MISS GERTRUDE LAWRENCE AND MR. RONALD SQUIRE Janet Jevons U'/i itbv.ead Co., Ltd.
4 April 1934 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
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MISS JEANETTE MACDONALD' S companions are Stormy Weather, the sheepdog, and Captain, the Scottie. They always travel with her I MISS BETTE DAVIS'S Tibbie is particular about his personal appearance. MR. RICHARD ARLEN goes in for cocker spaniels. He is here posed at home with two
4 April 1934 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
PETS--AND THEIR OWNER-STARS

PETS--AND THEIR OWNER-STARS

PETS AND THEIR OWNER- STARS. MR. GEORGE RAFT, Hollywood's famous Man About 1 own, has a Scottie and an Airedale MR. CARY GRANT'S Scottie is a handsome but serious- minded dog. MISS RUTH CHATTERTON is well protected by her two Great Danes. They accompany her to the studio. MISS CL
4 April 1934 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
CRITICISMS IN CAMEO: THE STAGE

CRITICISMS IN CAMEO: THE STAGE

CRITICISMS IN CAMEO. THE STAGE. By J. T. GREIN. A REALLY good farce is hard to come by. and it was a happy inspiration to revive P. G. Wodehouse's cheerful enter tainment, "GOOD MORN ING, BILL," for the rollick ing laughter and generous applause at Daly's was proof enough that th
4 April 1934 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
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"THE SKETCH'S" SPECIAL PRINTS. With this issue we are giving a portrait of Miss Ginger Rogers. With our number dated April 18 we shall present a portrait of MISS DIANA WYNYARD. Just to remind you, we began our very popular and original silver series with studies of the Misses Jea
4 April 1934 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
THE CLASSIC "THREE LITTLE PIGS" AND THE BIG BAD WOLF!

THE CLASSIC "THREE LITTLE PIGS" AND THE BIG BAD WOLF!

THE CLASSIC "THREE LITTLE PIGS AND THE BIG BAD WOLF I 'T'HE THREE LITTLE PIGS," as created by the one and only WALT DISNEY, have now gained a World-Wide Fame that is even greater than that they enjoyed when in their familiar form of our childhood's days. Just as famous is the BIG
4 April 1934 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
WHEN I WAS LAST A-FISHING: Earliest Spring Salmon Caught in the Ribble

WHEN I WAS LAST A-FISHING: Earliest Spring Salmon Caught in the Ribble

"WHEN I WAS LAST A- FISHING." Earliest Spring Salmon Caught in the Ribble. Some weeks ago, I hinted that spring sal mon might be more in evidence in the Ribble and Hodder during the next few seasons. The photograph repro duced on this page rather bears this out, for it shows Mr.
4 April 1934 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
"ALL GOOD CORNISH MEN": THE LONDON CORNISH ASSOCIATION DINNER

"ALL GOOD CORNISH MEN": THE LONDON CORNISH ASSOCIATION DINNER

ALL GOOD CORNISH MEN THE LONDON CORNISH ASSOCIATION DINNER. A grand Cornish atmosphere prevailed at this dinner. An old fisherman and his wife came up from Mousehole, and presented a bowl of yellow Cornish clotted cream none better!), a buzza of pilchards, and a pasty to the prin
4 April 1934 - The Sketch - London, London, England