BIRTH OF A STAR: EVERYDAY LIFE FOR ACTRESS MURIEL PAVLOW, ENGLAND, UK, 1945
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Actress Muriel Pavlow drinks tea in her dressing room at the Globe Theatre, London, as she chats to 'talent spotter' (casting director) Bob Lennard of the Associated British Picture Corporation. Muriel is dressed in a Women's Auxiliary Air Force uniform, as the character she plays in 'While the Sun Shines', in which she is currently starring at the Globe, is a WAAF.
Actress Muriel Pavlow chats with casting director Bob Lennard of the Associated British Picture Corporation in her dressing room at the Globe Theatre, London during 1945.