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  2. White Cliffs, The (work by Miller) Alice Duer Miller: with the publication of The White Cliffs, a verse tale of love and fortitude in war-torn Britain. More than , copies had sold by the end of the war, and Lynn Fontanne’s reading of it had been broadcast on radio twice and recorded. The motion picture The White Cliffs.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of The White Cliffs Of Dover on Discogs. Label: His Master's Voice - E.B. • Format: 3x, Shellac 12 Lynn Fontanne - The White Cliffs Of Dover (, Shellac) | Discogs5/5(1).
  4. The TAPE RECORDINGS series consists of ten audio tapes including the Lunts and Noel Coward with Dick Cavett, a recording of Lynn reciting The White Cliffs of Dover, Sybil Thorndike's memories of the actress Ellen Terry (undated), and a recording of the Theatre Guild's production of .
  5. This is a 78RPM 12" Shellac Record of The White Cliffs Of Dover by Lynn Fontanne music setting by Frank Black Composed by Alice Buer Miller Orchestra Conducted by Arthur Lang. Record has been cleaned using the Spin Clean Washer System and tested on a Sony HP Stereo siorolarlainabanfuwaregespoicar.xyzinfo Rating: % positive.
  6. In part, this is because shortages of materials (shellac, paper, etc.) during the war limited production and meant that the government encouraged the public to recycle where possible (Lynn, for example, recycled all of her fan mail). The blitz also took its toll—although .
  7. First published in September, , The White Cliffshad been rejected by several other publishers before it was picked up by Coward-McCann (T. R. Coward was a longtime friend of Alice Duer Miller’s) (Coward ). After initially slack sales, it became a hit when on October 13, , Lynn Fontanne read a dramatic version of the poem on NBC.
  8. Part of. Music Treasures Consortium (3,) Performing Arts Encyclopedia The white cliffs of Dover Lynn Fontanne, reader; orchestra; Arthur Lang, conductor. "Red seal record." Text of the 3rd work is a Dutch translation by Constant Jacob Hansen of a poem Contributor.

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