The Revival of "The Prisoner of Zenda," at the St. James's Theatre. 1909
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For Sale is a Full Page from the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News March 13th 1909, showing the following Photographs from "The Revival of the Prisoner of Zenda," at the St. James's Theatre."
a- The Prologue. - After the duel. Prince Rudolph (Mr. George Alexander) : "Is it farewell ?" Horace Glyn (Mr. Reginald Owen) : "It must be farewell for ever." b- The King imprisoned by the Black Elphberg in the Castle of Zenda. - Antoinette de Mauban (Miss Frances Dillon) : "Could you not sleep ?" King Rudolph (Mr. George Alexander) : "I slept too well. It was time to torture me." c- The close of the play. -Rudolph Rassendyll (Mr. George Alexander) saves the King, and parts from the Princess Flavia (Miss Stella Patrick Campbell), whom he loves : -"Flavia Flavia ! You have saved us and him. Marshal, you will find the King in there." d- The Castle of Zenda. - Rudolph Rassendyll, impersonating the King, arrives to save the real King (Imprisoned by the Black Elphberg), although to do so will lose his beloved princess : "Thank god I'm in time !"
Condition is Very Good, Being Bright and Clear, No Foxing.