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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

9 May 1950

MR FRANKLIN DYALL DEAD Mr Franklin Dyall, the actor, father of Valentine Dyall—the B.B.C.'s Man in Black —died Worthing, Sussex, yesterday aged 80. At the ape of 16 he persuaded his father to allow him to leave his job as a bank clerk in Liverpool

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The Stage

The Stage London, England

11 May 1950

FRANKLIN DYALL With [he dcuh of 1 ranklin Dyall. which, we regret 10 recotd. look place at Worthing last Monday, at the age of 76. (here passes an actor who rendered many years of dis tinguished service lo the Mage in a wide range of parts. In his later

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

9 May 1950

FRANKLIN DYALL Mr. Franklin Dyall, the actor, father of Valentine Dyall—the B-B.C.'s “Man In Black” —died at Worthing. Sussex, yesterday. He was 80 years old. At the age of 16 he persuaded his father to allow him to leave his job as bank clerk at Liverpool

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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

8 May 1950

MONDAY, MAY 8. 1950 FRANKLIN DYALL DEAD Franklin Dvall. the actor, died at Worthing, Sussex, to-day. aged 80. 79/10 WEST HARTLEPOOL TIME j SHOES BY «delta” T Maw Suede Court Shoe with Spanish hMj / \ and toe. .nt.rt ald / \ trimmin* and hunched front

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

12 May 1950

in Black), who is Mr Franklin Dyall's son. But older playgoers remember Franklin Dyall as an accomplished actor who played important parts with notable success in the now almost legendary days of the actor managers. Franklin Dyall began his career with

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Worthing Gazette

Worthing Gazette Sussex, England

10 May 1950

were be wear Franklin Dyad, the actor-pr.b.. ducer, father of Valentine Dyall. the 8.8.C.'s Man in Black and husband of Mary Merrell, the 'actress, died at his home in Cherry-walk, High Salvington. o n Monday, aged 76. Until he was 16 Franklin Dya!l worked

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

8 May 1950

LATE NEWS FRANKLIN DYALL DEAD Franklin Dyall. the actor, Worthlng, j tiMlay aged 80. ' COKE FROM ANYONE Mr Noel-Baker, Minister and I'iuvit «aitl in Houm of Common* that he propose* til amend relevant order enable doim-xtl.' oinsiimer* to buy ooke from

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

9 May 1950

to be cut. then money would worth more T.r.C. Consider Claim Today; Page 7. Franklin Dyall Dies Mr. Franklin Dyall, the actor, father of screen and radio actor Valentine Dyall. died at Worthing veslerdav aged

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

9 May 1950

last we are brought into line with town schools, said the head master, Mr. R. G. Spencer. Franklin Dyall dead Mr. Franklin Dyall. the actor, father of Valentine Dyall, the 8.8.C.’s Man in Black.” died at Worthing, Suseex, yesterday, aged 80. After many years

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The Stage

The Stage London, England

23 Mar 1950

was happily supported by an excellent company that in cluded Sebastian Shaw and May Agate, and it was pleasant to hear Franklin Dyall again. The producer. Wilfrid Grantham, maintained a nice pace throughout the presentation, and the impression remaining

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

9 May 1950

FATHER OF 'MAN IN BALCK' DIES Franklin Dyall, the actor, father of Valent ns Dyall, the B B.C.'s Man in Black, ' died at Worthing yesterday, aged eighty.

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Wicklow People

Wicklow People Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

10 Jun 1999

4.50 FILM: Conquest of the Air 3352592 (1936, Historical) Frederick Gulley and Franklin Dyall. Documentary-drama charting the history of flight from prehistoric times to the early twentieth century. Features Laurence Olivier as a groundbreaking balloonist

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

9 May 1950

Attlee. Prime Minister, was received in audience by the King at Buckingham Palace last night. O o Mr Franklin Dyall. actor-father of Valentine Dyall, the 8.8.C.’s “Man in Black.’’ died at Worthing jesterday aged 80. o o o The Yuso-Slav Ambassador in London

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

9 May 1950

thought-out expedition. The women’s only excuse was that they had teen others do it CHARACTER ACTOR DIES Mr. Franklin Dyall, the acttyfather of Valentine Dyall—the 8.8.C.’* “Man in Black.” died at Worthing, Suisex, yesterday. He was 80. He gained recognition an

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

8 May 1950

called for some stiff riding. C. Montgomery had stop of two minutes with a puncture. Mest promising was A. M'Whirter. Franklin Dyall. the actor. died at giix, to -day, aged 80. The dea'h is announced to-day of Sir Alexander Grag. formerly retail trade

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

8 May 1950

lit Bradley). lie was born in Liverpool. his father being the first curator of the Walker Art Gallery. At the age of 16. Franklin Dyall began his working life in a bank. where he serve 4 for four years as a clerk. But his heart was in the theatre. and just

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

25 Apr 1952

reminds me) lived for many years at The Coppice. Meols Drive. Hoylake. almost immediately behind the family of the late Franklin Dyall. with whom the young Banks was very friendly. Leslie Banks started his career on the stage with Hoylake Amateurs. When

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

9 May 1950

ACTOR DIES AT 80 Left bank for repertory and won recognition Mr. Franklin Dyall. the actor father Valentine Dyall—the 8.8.C.'s Man in Black —died at Worthing, Sussex, yesterday. He was 80 and had had serious operation about 12 months ago. At the age

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Birmingham Daily Gazette

Birmingham Daily Gazette Warwickshire, England

16 Feb 1950

strange as his war-time paintings have set artistic London agog. It is being read by—among other?, Dylan Thomas. the poet: Franklin Dyall. and Hilda Sims, tomorrow at the Rudolph Steiner Hall to members of the Institute of Contemporary Artc. The hall could

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Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette

Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette Durham, England

2 Oct 1950

asked for a fob. To his surprise, the stage manager agreed to give him a bit part. and later allowed him to understudy Franklin Dyall in -Queer Cargo That was In J938. Born in London. 35 years ago. Alec was a copy writer tor an advertising agency, and

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