Fuller's Vaudeville

Company performing in New Zealand from about 1906-1920s. In 1918, some of the acts were: Fuller's Orchestra (director F H Stokes), Dozey and Doura, Romaine the roaming violinists, Maud Courtney and Mr C, Fred Bluett, Mandeno's dogs, the Five Lewins, Toby Wells and Billy Wells, Ray Traynor, the Lampini Brothers, The Trio Classique (Messrs Laurie and Lance Kennedy and Miss Doy Adelle), Clive and Sophie Vivian, Miss Bille Seaton, Bonnie and Freeman, Carlton Max, Coco She and It, the Coleman Sisters, Gus Blake and Maud Cranby, Tom Rees, McKay & Graham, the Musical Bentleys, Sidney Jones and Agnes Raines, Miss Lillian Teece, the Klentos, Ernest Pitcher, The Alerts, Kingsley & Graham, Leywood & Norell, Ward Lear, Walter Emerson and Gwennie Hasto, Tom Haverly and his musical farce company. In 1920 some of the acts were: Lee & Smith (jazz producers), E J Burke and Orchestral Band, the Fishers, Rev Frank Gorman (the singing parson), La Rose and La Rose (comedy perialists), Wish Wynne; Walter George and his Sunshine Players (Walter George, May Geary, Hylda Shannon, Ada Scaddon, Reg Hawthorne, Barry Hitchings, Marshal Laurence, Dulcie Milner, Harry Ross, Frank Haining, Goerge Storey, Vera Murray, Katie Henry, Eileen Dalgliesh, Polly MacLaren, Ada Scaddon, Iris McKenzie, Ruby Sherrif; Vince & Eva Courtney, Princess Mysteria, Pagden & Stanley, Smith & Baker, Thurber & Thurber, Eddie Marnn, the Musical Carlsons. In 1921 some of the acts were: De Wilfred (xylophonist), Walter George and his Sunshine Players, Hall & Menzies, Harrington Reynolds junior, Ben & John Fuller's Musical Comedy Company, Clemo & Brady, Ernest Pitcher, Wendy & Alphonse, Hugh Huxham and company, Arthur Tauchert (C J Dennis' original "Sentimental Bloke"), Frank Gorman, Donald Stuart (juggler), Philip Newbury (tenor), Jolly John Larkin the happy coon, Nellie Kolle, Beatrice McKenzie, Miss Laura Guerite (comedienne), Berge and English (acrobats), George Storey and Dulcie Milner, Billy Elliott (American black-faced comedian), Carlton & Rosslyn (English comedians), Rosa Loader, Otis Mitchell (banjo), Bert Coleman, Capt Winter and his performing dogs, Connelley & Shaw (musicians). In 1922 some of the acts were: Rosa Loader, Tom Laney, David McGill, Brennan and Newton, Everest's Monkey Hippodrome, Harry Thurston, Jean Le Roi, Dalbeanie; Alvanti, Shipp and Kenney, Elton Black, Ed E Ford, American Revue Company (Geo H Ward, Chas L Sherman, George Irvine, Richard Butler, Harry Burgess, Curley Sherwood, Ida Merton, Mabelle Morgan, Dorrie Tointon, May Turner, Ruby Sherriff, Eva Dick, Dorothy Hawkins, Doris Dodds, Mabel Oliver, Dorothy Claridge); Art Slavin & Lily Thompson, Little Lorna, the Staig Sisters; Marie St George & Co., Eric Masters, Claude de Car, Leo Martin, the Jubilee Trio, George Wallace's Revue (Marshall Crosby, Nellie Hall, Reg Collins, Tom Lincoln, Jack White, Bebe Scott, Hilda Gifford, Alma Stewart, Lily Alroy, Ivy Williams, Kitty Solomon, Edie Veaux. In 1923, some of the acts were: Pinto (contortionist), Carlton Max, Bertram & Raymond, Will Hastings, Royal Jazz Band, Stiffy & Mo Revue Company (Nat Phillips, Irene Vando, Dan M Dunbar, Mis E Moar, Mike Conners, Peter Brooks, Keith Connolly, Queenie Paul, Dot Davis, Gladys Shaw, Roy Rene. In 1924, some of the acts were: Cecil & Jenny Astley, the Fredo Boys, Don G Merle, Jim Gerald and his Musical Comedy Company (Ernest Crawford, Reg Hawthorne, Lance Vane, Howard Hall, Mona Thomas, Sophie Vivian, Polly MacLaren, Essie Jennings. In 1925 some of the acts were: Walter Vernon (ventriloquist), Vivian and Dunn, Castles (tenor) and Torzillo (harpist), Arthur and Helena Buckley, F Gayle Wyer and his Band Box Revue, Walter Cornock, Billy Bovis, Harry Abdy, Sam Ward, Mr Bovis, Miss Vera Benson, Miss Ethel Hartley, Miss Rene Dixon, Miss Elsa Scott

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Date: 1907 Ref: Eph-B-VARIETY-1907 Description: Includes programmes or fliers for the following: Fuller's Vaudeville. Princess Theatre Dunedin. Programme for week commencing Monday April 8 [1907?]. (With F...
Date: 1917 Ref: Eph-A-VARIETY-1917 Description: Includes: English Pierrots, sole proprietors Will & Rob Thomas. Grand Opera House, 13 October [1917]. Promotional pamphlet with photographs of performers. Fu...
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Date: [ca 1920s] From: Original photographic prints and postcards from file print collection, Box 2 By: Tanner Brothers Ltd (Publishers) Ref: PAColl-5584-55 Description: Courtenay Place, Wellington, looking south east, circa 1920s. Shows businesses lining both sides of the street with the De Luxe Theatre in the distance. Sign...
Date: 1911 Ref: Eph-A-VARIETY-1911 Description: Includes: Coronation Town Hall (Foxton). Grand opening. Concert and picture show. 18 October 1911. Programme. Fuller's Vaudeville Co. (With Grand Minstrel, D...
Date: 1927 From: [Theatre programmes of octavo size for shows and performances toured throughout New Zealand by J C Williamson] Ref: Eph-A-WILLIAMSON-1927-3 Description: Includes: William Russell presents the Nellie Bramley Company in "Paddy the next best thing", by Gayer Mackay and Robert Ord. His Majesty's Theatre Dunedin, ...
Date: 1906 - 1907 From: [Theatre programmes of quarto size for shows and performances toured throughout New Zealand by J C Williamson] Ref: Eph-B-WILLIAMSON-1906/1907 Description: Includes programmes for the following: ca 1906/1907: Handwritten listing of prices, 7-14 April 1906? (for advertisements placed in programmes?). Theatrical. ...
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Date: 1916 Ref: Eph-A-VARIETY-1916 Description: Includes: Auckland Returned Soldiers' Association. Anzacs' concert (With Auckland Mounted Rifles Military Band, Mr Ted Parkes (tenor), Mr N Newbury (violin),...
Date: 1924 From: [Theatre programmes of octavo size for shows and performances toured throughout New Zealand by J C Williamson] By: Mitchell, Murray J, active 1940s-1990 Ref: Eph-A-WILLIAMSON-1924 Description: Includes programmes for the following: Auckland Amateur Operatic Society. "San Toy", words by Edward Morton. His Majesty's Theatre Auckland. 17-27 September ...
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Date: 1914 Ref: Eph-B-VARIETY-1914 Description: Includes programmes or fliers for the following: The Dandies; direction Edward Branscombe Ltd; general representative NZ John Hopkins. Evening Post print 539...
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