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Poster of My Brother Jonathan

My Brother Jonathan

Release Date: Thursday, February 5 1948 (74 years ago)
Portrait of Michael DenisonMichael Denison
Jonathan Dakers
Michael Denison was:
Portrait of Dulcie GrayDulcie Gray
Rachel Hammond
Dulcie Gray was:
Portrait of Ronald HowardRonald Howard
Harold Dakers
Ronald Howard was:
Portrait of Stephen MurrayStephen Murray
Dr. Craig
Stephen Murray was:
Portrait of Mary ClareMary Clare
Mrs. Dakers
Mary Clare was:
Portrait of Finlay CurrieFinlay Currie
Dr. Hammond
Finlay Currie was:
Portrait of Beatrice CampbellBeatrice Campbell
Edie Martyn
Beatrice Campbell was:
Portrait of James Robertson JusticeJames Robertson Justice
Eugene Dakers
James Robertson Justice was:
Portrait of James HayterJames Hayter
Tom Morse
James Hayter was:
Portrait of Jessica SpencerJessica Spencer
Connie
Jessica Spencer was:
Portrait of Stuart LindsellStuart Lindsell
Mr. Martyn
Stuart Lindsell was:
Portrait of Avice LandoneAvice Landone
Mrs. Martyn
Avice Landone was:
Portrait of Wylie WatsonWylie Watson
Bagley
Wylie Watson was:
Portrait of Josephine StuartJosephine Stuart
Lily
Josephine Stuart was:
Portrait of Fred GrovesFred Groves
Lisha Hodgkiss
Fred Groves was:
Portrait of Beatrice VarleyBeatrice Varley
Mrs. Hodgkiss
Beatrice Varley was:
Portrait of Felix DeebankFelix Deebank
Alec Martyn
Felix Deebank was:
Portrait of Eric MessiterEric Messiter
Surgeon Moore
Eric Messiter was:
Portrait of Paul FarrellPaul Farrell
Dr. Lucas
Paul Farrell was:
Portrait of Jack MelfordJack Melford
Dr. Martock
Jack Melford was:
Portrait of David WardDavid Ward
Dr. Frampton
David Ward was:
Portrait of John SalewJohn Salew
Wilburn
John Salew was:
Portrait of Peter HobbesPeter Hobbes
Dr. Monaghan
Peter Hobbes was:
Portrait of Kathleen BoutallKathleen Boutall
Mrs. Gaige
Kathleen Boutall was:
Portrait of Wilfrid Hyde-WhiteWilfrid Hyde-White
Mr. Gaige
Wilfrid Hyde-White was:
Portrait of George WoodbridgeGeorge Woodbridge
Stevens
George Woodbridge was:
Portrait of Leslie WestonLeslie Weston
Wheeler
Leslie Weston was:
Portrait of Merle TottenhamMerle Tottenham
Alice Rudge
Merle Tottenham was:
Portrait of Grace Denbigh RussellGrace Denbigh Russell
The Matron
Grace Denbigh Russell was:
Portrait of Howard DouglasHoward Douglas
Bailiff
Howard Douglas was:
Portrait of Derek FargeDerek Farge
Edward Willis
Derek Farge was:
Portrait of Eunice GaysonEunice Gayson
Young Girl
Eunice Gayson was:
Portrait of Nora GordonNora Gordon
Mrs. Stevens
Nora Gordon was:
Portrait of Cameron HallCameron Hall
Joseph the Porter
Cameron Hall was:
Portrait of Kathleen HeathKathleen Heath
Barmaid
Kathleen Heath was:
Portrait of Paul BlakePaul Blake
Edward Smith Watson
Paul Blake was:
Portrait of Thora HirdThora Hird
Ada
Thora Hird was:
Portrait of Maurice JonesMaurice Jones
Foundry Foreman
Maurice Jones was:
Portrait of Vi KaleyVi Kaley
Old Crone
Vi Kaley was:
Portrait of Fred KitchenFred Kitchen
Tyldesley
Fred Kitchen was:
Portrait of Daniel KingDaniel King
Rev. Perry
Daniel King was:
Portrait of Ruth LodgeRuth Lodge
Mrs. Craig
Ruth Lodge was:
Portrait of Johnnie SchofieldJohnnie Schofield
Trade Union Man
Johnnie Schofield was:
Portrait of Jane ShirleyJane Shirley
Maid
Jane Shirley was:
Portrait of Wendy ThompsonWendy Thompson
Nurse
Wendy Thompson was:
Portrait of Elsie WagstaffElsie Wagstaff
Factory Worker
Elsie Wagstaff was:
Portrait of Hazel AdairHazel Adair
Mary
Hazel Adair was:
Portrait of Ernest BorrowErnest Borrow
Butler
Ernest Borrow was:
Portrait of Ernest ButcherErnest Butcher
Porter
Ernest Butcher was:
Portrait of Ray CooneyRay Cooney
Ralph Hingston
Ray Cooney was:
Portrait of Basil CunardBasil Cunard
Police Sergeant
Basil Cunard was:
Portrait of Andreas MalandrinosAndreas Malandrinos
French Postman
Andreas Malandrinos was:
Portrait of Beatrice MarsdenBeatrice Marsden
Mary, 1946
Beatrice Marsden was:
Portrait of Elizabeth MaudeElizabeth Maude
Mrs. Bagley
Elizabeth Maude was:
Portrait of Janet MorrisonJanet Morrison
Sister Cronshaw
Janet Morrison was:
Portrait of Sydney MonctonSydney Moncton
Dancer at Martyn's Party
Sydney Moncton was:
Portrait of Arthur YoungArthur Young
Sir Joseph Higgins
Arthur Young was:
Portrait of Pete MurrayPete Murray
Tony Dakers
Pete Murray was:
Portrait of Hilda BayleyHilda Bayley
Mrs. Perry
Hilda Bayley was:
Portrait of Grace ArnoldGrace Arnold
Woman in Court
Grace Arnold was:
Portrait of Paul SheridanPaul Sheridan
French Guest at Hotel Cecil
Paul Sheridan was:
Portrait of Desmond NewlingDesmond Newling
Young Jonathan
Desmond Newling was:
Portrait of Hilary PritchardHilary Pritchard
Bailiff
Hilary Pritchard was:
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