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Dame Gracie Fields (1898-1979), Actress and singer

Sitter in 27 portraits
Comedienne and singer, became a major revue star in Mr Tower of Loon (1925); best known for comic songs in Lancashire dialect such as Sally and The Biggest Aspidistra in the World; by 1938 the highest paid star in England and Hollywood, known as 'Our Gracie'.

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Dame Gracie Fields

by Baron Studios
5 x 4 inch film negative, 4 November 1964
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Dame Gracie Fields

by Baron Studios
5 x 4 inch film negative, 4 November 1964
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Dame Gracie Fields

by Baron Studios
5 x 4 inch film negative, 4 November 1964
NPG x125873

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Dame Gracie Fields

by Baron Studios
5 x 4 inch film negative, 4 November 1964
NPG x125874

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Dame Gracie Fields

by Baron Studios
5 x 4 inch film negative, 4 November 1964
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Dame Gracie Fields

by Unknown photographer
bromide print
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Dame Gracie Fields

by Unknown photographer
hand-coloured bromide print
NPG x24828

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