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British actor-manager Sir John Martin Harvey (1863-1944) was one of the last great romantic actors of the English theatre. His most famous play was The Only Way (1899), an adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities

British actor-manager Sir John Martin Harvey (1863-1944) was one of the last great romantic actors of the English theatre. His most famous play was The Only Way (1899), an adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities

Sir John Martin-Harvey, (as Sydney Carton in "The Only Way"). Romantic actor of  the English Theatre.1863-1944

Sir John Martin-Harvey, (as Sydney Carton in "The Only Way"). Romantic actor of the English Theatre.1863-1944

Charles Dickens - c 1850 "There is nothing int he world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and  good humour.

Charles Dickens - c 1850 "There is nothing int he world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humour.

Sir John Martin-Harvey ( 1867-1944) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Sir John Martin-Harvey ( 1867-1944) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Brothers Baptiste (7'6'', 1887-1914) and Antoine Hugo (7'5'', 1876-1916) both had gigantism from pituitary tumors.  They are shown here with their family.

Brothers Baptiste (7'6'', 1887-1914) and Antoine Hugo (7'5'', 1876-1916) both had gigantism from pituitary tumors. They are shown here with their family.

Week 3 #7: Krogstad complicates the plot in Act 2 by delivering the letter to the Helmers. With this letter, which has information about what law Nora broke, has driven Nora crazy to the point where she wants to commit suicide.

Week 3 #7: Krogstad complicates the plot in Act 2 by delivering the letter to the Helmers. With this letter, which has information about what law Nora broke, has driven Nora crazy to the point where she wants to commit suicide.

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