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Scene in a Farce called The Quaker

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Scene in a Farce called The Quaker

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

The Departure from the Coast, or the End of the Farce of Invasion

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Cupid turns the tables

Motion picture poster for "Cupid turns the tables" shows a man standing in the middle of two women all with their eyes wide and mouths open in surprise; one woman clutches the man's arm.

On duty, George Kleine presents the uproarious melodramatic farce by Augustine McHugh, Officer 666 in five parts

Motion picture poster for "Officer 666" shows a caricature of a policeman with arms raised as if directing traffic.

You never can tell A Selig farce comedy.

Motion picture poster for "You Never can Tell" shows two men dressed as gladiators in front of a motion picture camera. In the lower left is an insert for "Who Got Stung" showing a group of women attacking a g... more

Popular Priced Theatre presents a hilarious farce by Paul Vulpius "Help yourself."

Poster for Federal Theatre Project presentation of "Help Yourself" at the Adelphi Theatre, showing a man with his finger to his lips and holding a bag of money.

music from "A Duke and no Duke. A farce. As it is acted by their Majesties Servants. Written by N. Tate [or rather altered by him from “Trappolin creduto principe” by Sir Aston Cokayne]. With the several songs set to music, etc"

This image has been taken from scan 000069 from "A Duke and no Duke. A farce. As it is acted by their Majesties Servants. Written by N. Tate [or rather altered by him from “Trappolin creduto principe” by Sir As... more

music from "A Duke and no Duke. A farce. As it is acted by their Majesties Servants. Written by N. Tate [or rather altered by him from “Trappolin creduto principe” by Sir Aston Cokayne]. With the several songs set to music, etc"

This image has been taken from scan 000071 from "A Duke and no Duke. A farce. As it is acted by their Majesties Servants. Written by N. Tate [or rather altered by him from “Trappolin creduto principe” by Sir As... more

Selden's funny farce, A spring chicken

Includes image of theater poster advertising play: Coming! Selden's funny farce, A spring chicken.

Selden's funny farce, A spring chicken

Includes image of theater poster advertising play: Coming! Selden's funny farce, A spring chicken.