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The Dolly Sisters: an Introduction

The Dolly Sisters: An Introduction

 ‘It must be admitted that the chief fascination of the twin Dollies lies not so much in the grace of their dancing, nor in the charm of their personalities, nor in the naiveté of this manner, nor yet the quaintness of their accents – sufficient as are all of these – but rather in the amazing duplicity of Nature’  Margaret Burr in Theatre Magazine May 1916

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