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The Great comedy laughing success, Turn to the right, a master play of mirth, by Winchell Smith and J.E. Hazzard ... a play that cheers and lingers hauntingly in the memory
Bib ID 1630359
Format BookBook
Printer (Sydney : Variety and Show [Entertainment])
Description [Sydney : s.n., 19--?] 
1 broadside ; 101 x 38 cm. 
Notes

Arthur Bertram cast as Joe Bascom.

Includes a cast of characters, a synopsis of scenery and incidents, and credits.

At head of title: J. & N. Tait.

Subjects Theater programs - New South Wales - Sydney.  |  Playbills - New South Wales - Sydney.  |  Theater - New South Wales - Sydney.  |  Performing arts - New South Wales - Sydney.
Other authors/contributors Hazzard, John E. (John Edward), 1881-1935  |  Smith, Winchell, 1871-1933  |  Bertram, Bert, 1893-1990  |  J. & N. Tait
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