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Issue Details: First known date: 1924... 1924 'The Fortunate Unhappy': Shakespeare's Immortal Women
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An interview with actor Hunter-Watts, in which she talks of her feelings towards the Shakespearian women she has played.

Notes

  • Includes portrait photograph of Frediswyde Hunter-Watts. Caption reads: 'Frediswyde Hunter-Watts, the talented Shaksperian [sic] actress. She is wearing a hand-painted Byzantine cloak by Fortune of Vienna.'

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