British Entertainment - Television - Eastenders - London - 1988
A 'Family Album' gathering to mark the passing of Lou Beale, matriarch of Albert Square and Britain's favourite television granny, who "has died peacefully in her sleep" so that actress Anna Wing couldwithdraw from the cast of the BBC-1 top-rated serial to work on other projects.
Lou is seated with Ian (Adam Woodyatt) and Michelle (Susan Tully).
Standing are, from left: Arthur (played by Bill Treacher); Pauline (played by Wendy Richard), Kathy (played by Gillian Taylforth) and Pete (played by Peter Dean)
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The Queen Victoria, the most expensive and grandest ocean liner ever built, arrives on February 23, 2008 in Sydney's Harbour. The Cunard cruise liner who has 1, 000 crew members and weighs 90, 000 tons with a length of 293.5 m, left New York on january 13, on her maiden world voyage to berth at Sydney's Harbour across from the Sydney Opera House untill 24 February 2008. AFP PHOTO / ANOEK DE GROOT / AFP PHOTO / ANOEK DE GROOT
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Mlle. Caroline Lassiat in Maziliers Orfa at the Academie Imperiale de Musique. . Lassiat was a French soloist and later became a teacher at the Paris Opera ballet school as Mme. Dominique. Handcoloured lithograph by Alexandre Lacauchie from Galerie Dramatique: Costumes des Theatres de Paris 1852.
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