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Petticoat Pirates Imaginative British Lobby Card Charlie Drake Eleanor Summerfield
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Petticoat Pirates Imaginative British Lobby Card Charlie Drake Eleanor Summerfield by Silverscreen

  • Original British 8x10 size lobby card from year film was made.
  • Rare and highly collectable item of movie history.
  • Authentic original piece of classic cinema art.

Product Description
Silver Screen Mementos are pleased to be able to offer this authentic original lobby card measuring 8x10 inches. This lobby card is from Great Britain and was printed during the actual year the film was released in movie theaters. The lobby card (also known as Front of House/ FOH card in the UK) was created by the film studios to publicise the movie and was intended for display outside the movie theatre in special glass display boxes. THESE ARE NOT REPRODUCTIONS! You are looking at a truly original piece of cinema art, a genuine collector's item. We have a huge archive of over 250,000 original lobby cards, mostly from the 1930's to the 1980's. We will be releasing many more rare gems from our vast collection, which will include lobby cards, original photographs, movie stills, transparencies and slides.

Latest News

  • Robert 'Bob' C. Newton

    08/15/17 ,via Villages-News

    Robert “Bob” C. Newton, 77, of Summerfield, FL, passed away on Monday, August 14, 2017 at Shands Medical centre in Gainesville, FL. He was born April 20, 1940 in Rochester, NY to Eleanor and Clair Newton. Bob graduated from Gorham High Teaching.

  • Francis John Radulski Sr.

    07/24/17 ,via Villages-News

    He is survived by his son Francis Radulski, Jr. and his mate Joanne, and many nieces and nephews including Charles and Claudette Frank of Summerfield, Fl. Frank was married to his inamorata wife Eleanor for 58 years until her death in 2006. Frank served

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Books

  • Eleanor Summerfield

    2011. ISBN: 6134954225,9786134954228. 68 pages.

    Prefer note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Eleanor Summerfield (7 March 1921 - 13 July 2001) was a British actress. She was the old lady of actor Leonard Sachs and the mother of actor Robin Sachs. Summerfield was born in London in 1921. She received her acting training at the Baroness Academy of Dramatic Art. In the mid-1960s, she played P. G. Wodehouse' character Aunt Dahlia in the BBC One's World of Wooster. She was a team member on BBC Radio 4's Diverse a Slip. In the mid-1960s, she played P. G. Wodehouse' character Aunt Dahlia in the BBC One's black-and-white TV series World of Wooster (1965-1967). She was also a cyclical on radio panel games, including BBC Radio's Just a Minute, and was a team member for the entire 15-year run of BBC Radio 4's game show Tons a Slip (1964-1979). Her quick mind and infectious laugh endeared her to listeners. She was the wife of actor Leonard Sachs and the mother of actor Robin Sachs and Toby Sachs, and grandmother to Kerry Sachs.

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