From left to right, singer and musician Paul McCartney of the Beatles, his girlfriend, actress Jane Asher, actress Millicent Martin, actor Michael Caine, and Caine’s girlfriend Elizabeth Ercy at the premiere of Caine’s new film ‘Alfie’ at the Plaza Theatre, London, 25th March 1966.
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1964 - Rehearshals & backstage
for The Night of 100 Stars charity revue which was staged at the London Palladium
on July 23, 1964. The Beatles topped the bill with other performers
including Jane Asher, Hayley Mills, Cilla Black, Millicent Martin, Susan
Hampshire and Zsa Zsa Gabor.
Photo 1) July 14th, 1964 - Actresses Jane Asher and Eunice Gayson, comedian Harry Secombe, unknown and actress Wendy Craig. Daily Mail /REX/Shutterstock
Photos 2, 3 & 4) July 19th, 1964 - Jane backstage at the london Palladium, rehearshing. Lynn’s scans posted at the (now inactive) We Love Jane Asher group at yahoo, which I reposted at the Lady Jane group at yahoo.
Photo 5) Jane on the phone, backstage at the London Palladium. Alamy website.
You young modern people seem to think that marriage is some sort of promenade through Paradise… but it’s more like a march through Hell with a man strapped to your back with a litter of nasty babies swinging from your teats.
Niles: Hello, Mrs. Moon. Would you care for a bite to eat? Mrs. Moon: Oh, that would be lovely - if I thought I could keep anything down. How could your father do this to me? You sleep down the hall from someone for forty years, you think you know them! Daphne: I know you’re upset, Mum, but it’s not like you and Dad had a perfect marriage. Mrs. Moon: That’s because there’s no such thing! You young modern people think marriage is some sort of promenade through paradise, when it’s more like a march through Hell with a man strapped to your back and a litter of nasty babies swinging from your teats!
Millicent Martin performs “I’m Still Here” from Follies on behalf of Side by Side by Sondheim on the 1977 Tony Awards broadcast. It’s interesting that she’s accompanied by full orchestra, since in the show she sings it with only piano. (Well, two pianos, I believe.)