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St Margaret's Village History
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'The Man Who Played God' (1932), starring George Arliss
A series of photographs from the Warner Bros. 1932 film 'The Man Who Played God' which starred George Arliss. George Arliss had a long time weekend home, Crossways in Droveway Gardens until it was destroyed in ...
'The Man Who Played God' starring George Arliss. 1932
Photographs and cast from the 1932 Warner Bros film of 'The Man Who Played God' starring George Arliss who had a house in the village from 1911-1942.
Droveway Gardens and George Arliss' House
A sepia postcard in the Wiseman Homes Series of a lane between the village of St Margaret's at Cliffe and St Margaret's Bay and a house. It is unused. This lane is now known as ...
George Arliss and St Margaret's at Cliffe. 1971
Copy of an article by John Protheroe from The Lady 31st August 1971 'George Arliss in his Kentish Retreat'.
High Street with George and Mrs Arliss. c.1935/36
Postcard view of the High Street c.1935/36 by Photochrom Ltd., Royal Tunbridge Wells. Pedestrians identified on the reverse are said to be Mr and Mrs George Arliss and Isobel Stanway.
Offer of a sports field to St Margaret's village by George Arliss. 1920
Extract from Dover Express dated 6th August 1920 Mr G. Arliss has offered a sports field to the village. A committee composed of Rev A Collins, Mr J B Madge, Allen, K J Madge and T ...
Signed photograph of George Arliss dedicated to Susie Creese, a village resident
A signed photograph of George Arliss 'to Susie' a local village girl, Sue Creese nee Finnis, who worked for the Arliss' from 1911 to 1918 as a cook and lady's maid, travelling all over the ...
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