Binnie Hale (Amami Shampoos), mid 1920s

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Binnie Hale (Beatrice Mary Hale-Munro) was born to a Liverpool Irish theatrical family in 1899. She was a star of the musical comedy circuit in London in the 1920s and is best known for playing the title role in No No Nanette at the Palace Theatre in 1925. She had recording success with Spread a little happiness which she sang in Mr Cinders in 1929 (You Tube). Her press scrapbooks are in the archives of the V&A. Binnie was married to the actor Jack Raine in the 20s and early 30s. She died in Hastings in 1984.

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