b. Beatrice Mary Hale-Monro, 22 May 1899, Liverpool, Britain, d. 10 January 1984, London, Britain. Most likely the brightest & most effective star from the London musical humor and revue stage through the 20s and 30s, this flexible and vivacious blonde celebrity, vocalist, dancer, and remarkably gifted mimic, produced her stage debut in the musical humor Follow The Masses in the aged Empire Theater in 1916. Later on that 12 months she made an appearance in the revue We’re All In It at the same theater, and then became a member of the chorus of Houp-La!, which opened up C.B. Cochran’s completely new St. Martin’s Theater. After being observed in several run-of-the-mill revues and musical comedies, including 150 Pound, The Kiss Contact, Just Nice, Jumble Sale, My Nieces, Katinka, Puppets, as well as the Odd Place (1924), in the past due 20s and 30s she excelled in No, No, Nanette (‘I DESIRE TO BE Content’, ‘Tea For Two’, ‘I’ve Confessed TOWARDS THE Air flow’, ‘Consider JUST A LITTLE One-Step’), Sunny (‘Who’, with Jack port Buchanan) Mr. Cinders (‘Distributed A Little Joy, ‘I’m A One-Man Lady’, ‘Ev’ry Small Instant’ – the to begin three displays with Bobby Howes), Nippy, Bow Bells, with her dad, acting professional Robert Hale (‘You’re Blasé’, ‘Mona Lisa’), The Dubarry (as Jeanne in the united kingdom tour), Provide Me A Band, Yes, Madame? (‘Thinking A Desire’), Rise And Sparkle, Cochran’s Coronation revue House And Beauty (‘A Good Glass Of Tea’), and Magyar Melody (1939). In the 40s, and for some from the 50s, she combined looks in pantomime (in her day time, she was an excellent principal young man) and range theatres with an increase of revues and musicals such as for example Up And Doing, Soaring Colors, One, Two, Three! (with her more youthful sibling Sonnie Hale), Four, Five, Six!, Out OF THE World, as well as the Punch Revue (1955). She also became a member of her sibling in the air series All Hale. Her last Western End role is definitely said to have already been as the Duchess and Queen of Hearts in Alice In Wonderland at the wintertime Garden Theater in 1959.