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Lost and Forgotten Films of British Cinema…

Ok For Sound 1937 This movie held a fascination for me years ago when I was researching the life of Enid Stamp Taylor. Enid features along side the Crazy Gang headed by Bud Flanagan and Chesney Allen. It’s another screwball comedy … Continue reading

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A Wartime Evacuee…

The wartime evacuation of London’s children was a very key moment in the 1940′s, and here Enid Stamp Taylor plays her part in this promotional picture taken in her Park Lane apartment. ‘Standing in’ as an evacuee is Enid’s daughter Robin Anne. … Continue reading

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Forgotten British Films…

Climbing High 1938  A situation comedy that perhaps could be called something of a love triangle. It features Jessie Mathews and Michael Redgrave as Diana and Nicky who meet at a modelling agency. Nicky is a wealthy young man calling … Continue reading

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Actress Enid Stamp Taylor… My Final Tribute To Her!

Enid Stamp Taylor was born on Sunday the 12th of June 1904 in the agreeable, late Victorian, seaside town of Whitley Bay in the North East corner of England. She was the only daughter of Army Major George Stamp Taylor … Continue reading

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Enid Stamp Taylor – Actress…

Enid Stamp Taylor was born on Sunday the 12th of June 1904 in the agreeable, late Victorian, seaside town of Whitley Bay in the North East corner of England. She was the only daughter of Army Major George Stamp Taylor … Continue reading

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Actress Enid Stamp Taylor and Polyfoto…

This remarkable set of pictures taken by Polyfoto in the 1930′s show a more unguarded and natural Enid Stamp Taylor and thought to be taken in one of London’s large department stores. They were given to me by Enid’s daughter Robin … Continue reading

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Interesting People From The Past…

This rare picture of stage and screen actress Enid Stamp Taylor comes from her daughter Robin Anne’s own private collection. It shows a more unguarded Enid relaxing in the spring sunshine of 1935 in the back garden of her home … Continue reading

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Interesting People From The Past…

‘Rex and Biz’ Actress Enid Stamp Taylor… And friends! Enid and two cherished companions on holiday at Portmeirion North Wales in the August of 1937. I thought it would be nice to open-up this wet June with a bright and breezy summer shot … Continue reading

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Actress Enid Stamp Taylor…

Enid Stamp Taylor was born on Sunday the 12th of June 1904 in the agreeable, late Victorian, seaside town of Whitley Bay in the North East corner of England. She was the only daughter of Army Major George Stamp Taylor … Continue reading

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Actress Enid Stamp Taylor…

I think it is something of an importance to include this picture of Enid taken in 1934 whilst she relaxed with those around her that really mattered in her life. The shot was taken in the back garden of her … Continue reading

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