Programme from An Ideal Husband (1965) at the Strand Theatre, London (1)

A dazzling blend of farce and morality, this play explores human frailty and social hypocrisy. Sir Robert Chilton’s secret is discovered and exposed. He is accused of having exploited government secrets for his own gain early in his political career. With this revelation from Mrs. Cheveley comes the threat of blackmail and the ruin of Sir Robert’s career. Yet in order to be a successful blackmailer, one’s own reputation must be beyond reproach.

Cast

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Margaret Lockwood promotional headshot for Jassy, c. 1947, autographed ‘Sincerely’ by the actress
Mrs Cheveley
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Publicity photo of British actor, Richard Todd

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Michael Denison (as Henry Brodrick) in a photograph from Hungry Hill (1947) (14)

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Signed photo of British actress, Dulcie Gray.  Picture reads ’Sincerely, Dulcie Gray’

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Photograph of British actor, Roger Livesey (1)

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Photograph of English actress, Ursula Jeans (1)

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Pictures

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The cast from An Ideal Husband take the dog for a walk outside a theatre featuring a poster for their show.  Candid picture shows (L-R): Richard Todd (obscured by his cigarette smoke!), Margaret Lockwood, Michael Denison (with dog), Dulcie Gray, Roger Livesey and Ursula Jeans.  Glasgow, 1961.
Margaret Lockwood (as Mrs Cheveley) in a photograph from An Ideal Husband (1965) (3)
Programme from An Ideal Husband (1965) at the Garrick Theatre, London (1)
Michael Denison and Margaret Lockwood (as Mrs Cheveley) in a photograph from An Ideal Husband (1965) (2)
Programme from An Ideal Husband (1965) at the Piccadilly Theatre, London (3)
Programme from An Ideal Husband (1965) at the Piccadilly Theatre, London (2)
Plays and Players magazine with Margaret Lockwood in An Ideal Husband.  February, 1966.
Programme from An Ideal Husband (1965) at the Piccadilly Theatre, London (1)
Photograph from An Ideal Husband (1965) (1)
Programme from An Ideal Husband (1965) at the Strand Theatre, London (1)