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Eastbourne Gazette

Eastbourne Gazette Sussex, England

5 Jan 1955

Wilcox's new romantic film of song, dance and historic pageantry at the Luxor for the end of the week. She is seen as Carole Beaumont, a wartime ENSA actress, as Lillian Grey, her own musical comedy star mother, as Nell Cwyn and as Queen Victoria. The

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

3 Jul 1991

in this theatrical rorniusoe which also mars End Flynn. Injured in a wartime bomb explosion. young ENSA enter- tainer Carole Beaumont halluc- ' matea that she has become a haft; of colourful characters from the past including Nell Gwyn. Queen. Victoria

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Barnoldswick & Earby Times

Barnoldswick & Earby Times Yorkshire, England

13 May 1955

Herbert Wilcox's new romantic film ot song. dance and historic pageantry, coming to the screen next week. She i- -eon Carole Beaumont. a wartime INS actress, a- Lillian Grey, her own musical comedy star mother, a- and a- Queen toria and the three men In

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Sussex Agricultural Express

Sussex Agricultural Express Sussex, England

11 Mar 1955

story opens at Drury Lane Theatre, where Carole Beaumont (Anna Neagie) is rehearsing for an E.N.S.A. show. The producer of the show. Charles King (David Farrar), is a rival to Albert Gutman (Peter Graves) for Carole’s hand. This is sufficient the story to

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West London Observer

West London Observer London, England

21 Jan 1955

pub when it is blasted by a doodle-bug. Crashing masonry falls everywhere— BY ROY WILLIS and one large piece falls on Carole Beaumont's (Anna Neagle) head. At this point I was settling down to enjoy the romance and the action. But a dreadful thing happens

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West London Observer

West London Observer London, England

5 Nov 1954

four portrayals in the film—Nell Gwyn, the young Queen Victoria. Lillian Grey, a musical comedy star of the 19205, and Carole Beaumont, an E.N.S.A. actress during the last war. ALICE FOR THE CHILDREN J>UPILS from three Marylebone schools are to attend

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Brechin Advertiser

Brechin Advertiser Angus, Scotland

21 Jun 1955

the four different roles, as Carole Beaumont (an E.hT.S.A. actress in the last war); Nell Gwynn; the young Queen Victoria, and Lillian Grey (Carole Beaumont’s mother, musical comedy star of the ’2o’s. Flynn plays John Beaumont, who went to Hollywood to become

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Shipley Times and Express

Shipley Times and Express Yorkshire, England

13 Apr 1955

Hall on Sunday. The film for the whole of next week will be Lilacs in the Spring,” with Anna Neagle and Errol Flynn. Carole Beaumont (Anna Neagle) a young ENSA entertainer, has two admirers. One is Charles King (David Farrar) producer of the new service

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

24 Dec 1954

twenties. Ihe Charleston, the tango, and a number hy Noel Coward are introduced and pul over with verve. Anna Neaglc plays Carole Beaumont. lie musical comedy actress, as well as the other roles o( people she imagines herself be, including Queen Victoria and

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Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian

Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

30 Apr 1955

departed from his usual swashbuckling roles. The crowded and colourful story opens at the Drury Lane Theatre, where Carole Beaumont (Miss rehearsing for an ENSA show. The producer. David Farrar is a rival to Peter Graves for her hand. The day she finally

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Motherwell Times

Motherwell Times Lanarkshire, Scotland

18 Feb 1955

stars In “Lilacs In the Spring”—the story her three loves. Errol Flynn, David Farrar and Peter Graves are the male leads. Carole Beaumont (Anna Neagle), young Ensa entertainer has two admirers. One la Charles King (David Farrar), producer of the new service

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Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser.

Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser Angus, Scotland

28 Apr 1955

ILACS IN THE SPRING is a - 11-1 cavalcade of song and dance featuring Anna Neagle, Errol Flynn, and David Farrar. As Carole Beaumont, a young ENSA entertainer, Anna Neagle has two admirers. One is David Farrar as Charles King and the other Peter Graves

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Littlehampton Gazette

Littlehampton Gazette Sussex, England

13 May 1955

in the Spring, which shows for three days from Thursday. A series of flashbacks in which she plays Carole Beaumont, a wartime E.NS.A. entertainer; Carole's mother; Nell Gwynne and Queen Victoria give her ample opportunity to perform dance numbers. Flynn

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Bognor Regis Observer

Bognor Regis Observer Sussex, England

13 May 1955

for romance with attractive Susan Cabot in the Technicolor Western. song• dance and historic pageantry. She is seen as Carole Beaumont, RIDE CLEAR OF DIABLO. Dan Duryea and Abbe Lane also star. a wartime ENSA actress: as Lillian Grey, her own musical comedy

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

4 Nov 1967

all. New beach gimmick It isn't an optical illusion; the eye-shoes are a new beach gimmick devised by boutique owner Carole Beaumont. of Dewsbury. They are made from glass and velvet, have no soles. and are held in place Fi • • 0 •M

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Penrith Observer

Penrith Observer Cumberland, England

17 Jan 1956

nish border. LILACS IN THE SPRING (Alhambra. Thursday. Friday and Saturday), opens at the Drury Lane Theatre where Carole Beaumont (Anna Beagle). is rehearsing for an ENS A. show. The producer of the show, Charles King (David Farrar) is a rival to Albert

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

26 Feb 1955

Tipperary.” and If You Were the Only Girl in the World. Miss Neagle plays four different roles in the picture She portrays Carole Beaumont, an EN-SA entertainer the last war who can't make up her mind whether she wants to marry the steady R.A.M.C. corporal

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Bognor Regis Observer

Bognor Regis Observer Sussex, England

2 Sep 1955

In LILACS IN THE SPRING. Herbert Wilcox's new romance film of I song. dance and historic pageantry. She is seen as Carole Beaumont, a wartime ENSA actress: as Lillian Grev, her own musical comedy star mother; as Nell Gwyn: and as Queen Victoria: and

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Bognor Regis Observer

Bognor Regis Observer Sussex, England

25 Feb 1955

romance film of song, dance and historic pageantry. She is seen THE KILTIES ARE COMING, a film about the Royal Katie as Carole Beaumont, a wartime ENSA actress; as Lillian Grey, Juniors a group of youngsters from all parts of the country her own musical

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

21 Mar 1940

the Music-Makers. 9.35—0 T Pattmen (organ). 10.0— *' Black Velvet.” with Vic Oliver. Teddy Brown. Pat Kirkwood. Roma Beaumont, Carole Lynne. Debroy Somers and hit Band. 10.30—Records (American Bands). 11.0 Home Programme.

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