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Poster of A Dispatch from Reuters

A Dispatch from Reuters

Release Date: Saturday, October 19 1940 (81 years ago)
Portrait of Edward G. RobinsonEdward G. Robinson
Paul Julius Reuter
Edward G. Robinson was:
Portrait of Edna BestEdna Best
Ida Magnus Reuter
Edna Best was:
Portrait of Eddie AlbertEddie Albert
Max Wagner
Eddie Albert was:
Portrait of Albert BassermannAlbert Bassermann
Franz Geller
Albert Bassermann was:
Portrait of Gene LockhartGene Lockhart
Otto Bauer
Gene Lockhart was:
Portrait of Otto KrugerOtto Kruger
Dr. Magnus
Otto Kruger was:
Portrait of Nigel BruceNigel Bruce
Sir Randolph Persham
Nigel Bruce was:
Portrait of Montagu LoveMontagu Love
Delane
Montagu Love was:
Portrait of James StephensonJames Stephenson
Carew
James Stephenson was:
Portrait of Walter KingsfordWalter Kingsford
Napoleon III
Walter Kingsford was:
Portrait of David BruceDavid Bruce
Bruce
David Bruce was:
Portrait of Dickie MooreDickie Moore
Reuter as a Boy
Dickie Moore was:
Portrait of Billy DawsonBilly Dawson
Max Wagner as a Boy
Billy Dawson was:
Portrait of Richard NicholsRichard Nichols
Herbert - Age 5
Richard Nichols was:
Portrait of Lumsden HareLumsden Hare
Chairman
Lumsden Hare was:
Portrait of Louis AdlonLouis Adlon
Clerk (uncredited)
Louis Adlon was:
Portrait of Norman AinsleyNorman Ainsley
Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Norman Ainsley was:
Portrait of Mary AndersonMary Anderson
Girl with Max (uncredited)
Mary Anderson was:
Portrait of Michael AudleyMichael Audley
Reporter (uncredited)
Michael Audley was:
Portrait of Tommy BakerTommy Baker
Sick Boy in Aachen (uncredited)
Tommy Baker was:
Portrait of Max BarwynMax Barwyn
Translator (uncredited)
Max Barwyn was:
Portrait of Frank BensonFrank Benson
Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Frank Benson was:
Portrait of Nina BorgetNina Borget
Woman (uncredited)
Nina Borget was:
Portrait of Hazel BoyneHazel Boyne
Companion (uncredited)
Hazel Boyne was:
Portrait of Egon BrecherEgon Brecher
Von Konstat (uncredited)
Egon Brecher was:
Portrait of Georgia CaineGeorgia Caine
Mother in 'Our American Cousin' (uncredited)
Georgia Caine was:
Portrait of Leonard CareyLeonard Carey
Delane's Secretary (uncredited)
Leonard Carey was:
Portrait of George CathreyGeorge Cathrey
Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
George Cathrey was:
Portrait of Cliff ClarkCliff Clark
Reporter (uncredited)
Cliff Clark was:
Portrait of David ClydeDavid Clyde
Constable (uncredited)
David Clyde was:
Portrait of Irene ColemanIrene Coleman
French Girl in Paris (uncredited)
Irene Coleman was:
Portrait of Mildred ColesMildred Coles
Augusta in 'Our American Cousin' (uncredited)
Mildred Coles was:
Portrait of Harry CordingHarry Cording
Sailor on the Nova Scotian (uncredited)
Harry Cording was:
Portrait of Alec CraigAlec Craig
Editor Grant of the Morning Advertiser (uncredited)
Alec Craig was:
Portrait of Ray De RavenneRay De Ravenne
Man (uncredited)
Ray De Ravenne was:
Portrait of Joe De StefaniJoe De Stefani
Hans - Gauss' Assistant (uncredited)
Joe De Stefani was:
Portrait of Cyril DelevantiCyril Delevanti
Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Cyril Delevanti was:
Portrait of Eddie DewEddie Dew
Reporter (uncredited)
Eddie Dew was:
Portrait of Florence DudleyFlorence Dudley
French Girl in Paris (uncredited)
Florence Dudley was:
Portrait of Demetris EmanuelDemetris Emanuel
Reporter (uncredited)
Demetris Emanuel was:
Portrait of Gilbert EmeryGilbert Emery
Lord Palmerston in Parliament (uncredited)
Gilbert Emery was:
Portrait of Douglas GordonDouglas Gordon
Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Douglas Gordon was:
Portrait of Lawrence GrantLawrence Grant
Member of Parliament (uncredited)
Lawrence Grant was:
Portrait of Bobby HaleBobby Hale
Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Bobby Hale was:
Portrait of Alec HarfordAlec Harford
Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Alec Harford was:
Portrait of Gordon HartGordon Hart
Board Member (uncredited)
Gordon Hart was:
Portrait of Ernst HauessermannErnst Hauessermann
Heinrich (uncredited)
Ernst Hauessermann was:
Portrait of Holmes HerbertHolmes Herbert
Member of Parliament (uncredited)
Holmes Herbert was:
Portrait of Herbert HeywoodHerbert Heywood
News Vendor in Paris (uncredited)
Herbert Heywood was:
Portrait of Stuart HolmesStuart Holmes
Coach Attendant
Stuart Holmes was:
Portrait of Robert HomansRobert Homans
Reporter (uncredited)
Robert Homans was:
Portrait of Kenneth HunterKenneth Hunter
Member of Parliament (uncredited)
Kenneth Hunter was:
Portrait of Ellis IrvingEllis Irving
Parliament Speaker (uncredited)
Ellis Irving was:
Portrait of Paul IrvingPaul Irving
J. Bender (uncredited)
Paul Irving was:
Portrait of Boyd IrwinBoyd Irwin
Board Member (uncredited)
Boyd Irwin was:
Portrait of Charles IrwinCharles Irwin
Telegrapher for Reuter (uncredited)
Charles Irwin was:
Portrait of Frank JaquetFrank Jaquet
Mr. Stein (uncredited)
Frank Jaquet was:
Portrait of Edward KeaneEdward Keane
Reporter (uncredited)
Edward Keane was:
Portrait of Crauford KentCrauford Kent
Editor Wanting Contract Voided (uncredited)
Crauford Kent was:
Portrait of Charles KnightCharles Knight
Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Charles Knight was:
Portrait of Wilfred LucasWilfred Lucas
Board Member (uncredited)
Wilfred Lucas was:
Portrait of Alphonse MartellAlphonse Martell
Board Member (uncredited)
Alphonse Martell was:
Portrait of Edward McWadeEdward McWade
Chemist Who Poisoned Medicine (uncredited)
Edward McWade was:
Portrait of Frederic MellingerFrederic Mellinger
Man (uncredited)
Frederic Mellinger was:
Portrait of Thomas R. MillsThomas R. Mills
Board Member (uncredited)
Thomas R. Mills was:
Portrait of Leonard MudieLeonard Mudie
Member of Parliament (uncredited)
Leonard Mudie was:
Portrait of Fred MurrayFred Murray
Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Fred Murray was:
Portrait of Leda NicovaLeda Nicova
French Girl in Paris (uncredited)
Leda Nicova was:
Portrait of Pat O'HaraPat O'Hara
Reporter (uncredited)
Pat O'Hara was:
Portrait of Pat O'MalleyPat O'Malley
Laborer (uncredited)
Pat O'Malley was:
Portrait of George OveyGeorge Ovey
Postman Delivering Pigeons (uncredited)
George Ovey was:
Portrait of Lionel PapeLionel Pape
Stock Exchange Chairman (uncredited)
Lionel Pape was:
Portrait of Georges RenaventGeorges Renavent
French Official (uncredited)
Georges Renavent was:
Portrait of Henry RoquemoreHenry Roquemore
Otto - Directing Carew to Bank (uncredited)
Henry Roquemore was:
Portrait of Frank ShannonFrank Shannon
Mr. O'Malley - Captain of the Nova Scotian (uncredited)
Frank Shannon was:
Portrait of George SorelGeorge Sorel
Reporter (uncredited)
George Sorel was:
Portrait of Hugh SothernHugh Sothern
American Ambassador (uncredited)
Hugh Sothern was:
Portrait of Grace StaffordGrace Stafford
Woman Dancing with Geller (uncredited)
Grace Stafford was:
Portrait of Walter O. StahlWalter O. Stahl
Von Darnstadt (uncredited)
Walter O. Stahl was:
Portrait of Ernie StantonErnie Stanton
Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Ernie Stanton was:
Portrait of Harry StubbsHarry Stubbs
Board Member (uncredited)
Harry Stubbs was:
Portrait of Hal TaylourHal Taylour
Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Hal Taylour was:
Portrait of Cyril ThorntonCyril Thornton
Clerk (uncredited)
Cyril Thornton was:
Portrait of David ThursbyDavid Thursby
Telegrapher at Reuters (uncredited)
David Thursby was:
Portrait of Jacques VanaireJacques Vanaire
French Telegrapher (uncredited)
Jacques Vanaire was:
Portrait of Theodore von EltzTheodore von Eltz
Actor in 'Our American Cousin' (uncredited)
Theodore von Eltz was:
Portrait of Robert WarwickRobert Warwick
Opposition Parliament Speaker (uncredited)
Robert Warwick was:
Portrait of Paul WeigelPaul Weigel
Professor Gauss (uncredited)
Paul Weigel was:
Portrait of Lottie WilliamsLottie Williams
Herbert's Nanny (uncredited)
Lottie Williams was:
Portrait of Wolfgang ZilzerWolfgang Zilzer
Post Office Clerk (uncredited)
Wolfgang Zilzer was:
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