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1964 North Shore Theatre Beverly Massachusetts My Fair Lady Advertising, Souvenir Theatre Program
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1964 North Shore Theatre Beverly Massachusetts My Fair Lady Advertising, Souvenir Theatre Program
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The pictures below show larger views of this 1964 North Shore Theatre Beverly Massachusetts My Fair Lady Advertising, Souvenir Theatre Program. The program is dated August 10 - 15, 1964. This theatre version starred Leland Howard, Irene Dean, and Danny Dee. The full Cast of Characters list is inside. The back page of this program has an advertisement for Sammy Davis in the new musical ''GOLDEN BOY''. There are advertisements for the following local Massachusetts companies or businesses:

The Beverly National Bank
Pattee-Anne Shop, Inc. (Children's Apparel)
Borah's (Luncheonette, Gifts,Party Goods, Greeting Cards, & Russell Stover Candy)
N.E. Yankee Dictionary
The Commodore (Cocktail Lounge & Sandwiches)
Cherry Hill Farm (Hood Dairy)
Harvey Rooks (Licensed Insurance Advisor)
Beverly Trust Company
O'Brion, Russell & Company (Insurance)
Renault (Aristocrat of Champagnes)
Johnny Appleseed's (Sportsman's Center)
Wirling Enterprises (Sail and Power Boats, Marine Supplies, Motors)
Krueger Pilsner Beer
Whyte's (Laundry and Cleansers)
Century House (Restaurant)
The Tavern in Gloucester (Luncheon and Dinner, Cocktail Lounge)
Swimming Pools
WCOP AM - FM Boston's Sound of Music (Radio Station)

The closed program measures 5-1/2'' x 8-1/2''. It appears to be in excellent condition with a center horizontal fold.

Below here, For reference, is a cast list from the 1964 Warner Brothers movie:

Audrey Hepburn - Eliza Doolittle
Rex Harrison - Professor Henry Higgins
Stanley Holloway - Alfred P. Doolittle
Wilfrid Hyde-White - Colonel Hugh Pickering
Gladys Cooper - Mrs. Higgins
Jeremy Brett - Freddy Eynsford-Hill
Theodore Bikel - Zoltan Karpathy
Mona Washbourne - Mrs. Pearce
Isobel Elsom - Mrs. Eynsford-Hill
John Holland - Butler
John Alderson - Jamie (uncredited)
Lois Battle - Second Maid (uncredited)
Marjorie Bennett - Cockney with Pipe (uncredited)
Oscar Beregi Jr. - Greek Ambassador (uncredited)
Betty Blythe - Lady at Ball (uncredited)
Iris Bristol - Flower Girl (uncredited)
Buddy Bryant - Prince of Transylvania (uncredited)
Walter Burke - Bystander who warns Eliza (uncredited)
Jennifer Crier - Mrs. Higgins' Maid (uncredited)
Maurice Dallimore - Selsey Man (uncredited)
Henry Daniell - Ambassador (uncredited)
Roy Dean - Footman (uncredited)
Brendan Dillon - Leading Man (uncredited)
Kai Farelli - Juggler (uncredited)
Charles E. Fredericks - King George V, in fantasy sequence (uncredited)
Ayllene Gibbons - Fat Woman at Pub (uncredited)
Jack Greening - George (uncredited)
Beatrice Grenough - Grans Lady (uncredited)
Clive Halliday - Costermonger (uncredited)
Sam Harris - Guest at Ball (uncredited)
Eric Heath - Costermonger (uncredited)
Eugene Hoffman - Juggler (uncredited)
James W. Horan - (uncredited)
Lillian Kemble-Cooper - Lady Ambassador (uncredited)
Alma Lawton - Flower Girl (uncredited)
Queenie Leonard - Cockney Bystander (uncredited)
Moyna MacGill - Lady Boxington (uncredited)
Laurie Main - Hoxton Man not Hoston (uncredited)
Owen McGiveney - Man at Coffee Stand (uncredited)
John McLiam - Harry (uncredited)
Barbara Morrison - (uncredited)
Alan Napier - Gentleman escorting Eliza to the Queen (uncredited)
Nick Navarro - Dancer (uncredited)
Marni Nixon - Eliza Doolittle (singing voice) (uncredited)
James O'Hara - Costermonger (uncredited)
Richard Peel - Costermonger (uncredited)
Barbara Pepper - Doolittle's Dance Partner (uncredited)
Olive Reeves-Smith - Mrs. Hopkins (uncredited)
Christopher Riordan - Suitor at Ball (uncredited)
Dinah Ann Rogers - First Maid (uncredited)
Victor Rogers - Policeman (uncredited)
Baroness Rothschild - Queen of Transylvania (uncredited)
Kenny Salvatt - Racegoer in 'Ascot Gavotte' Sequence (uncredited)
Miriam Schiller - Landlady (uncredited)
Bill Shirley - Freddy Eynsford-Hill (singing voice) (uncredited)
Jacqueline Squire - Parlor Maid (uncredited)
Michael St. Clair - Bartender (uncredited)
Geoffrey Steele - Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Grady Sutton - Ascot Extra/Guest at Ball (uncredited)
Gwendolyn Watts - Cook (uncredited)
Ron Whelan - Algernon/Bartender (uncredited)
Ben Wright - Footman at Ball (uncredited)
Ben Wrigley - Costermonger (uncredited)

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1964 North Shore Theatre Beverly Massachusetts My Fair Lady Advertising, Souvenir Theatre Program 1964 North Shore Theatre Beverly Massachusetts My Fair Lady Advertising, Souvenir Theatre Program


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