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From The Daily Sketch, January 13th, 1939

'THE MIKADO' — BRITISH FILM TRIUMPH

The exclusive picture story of another great British film is given here by the “Daily Sketch.” The scenes are from “The Mikado” film of the favourite Gilbert and Sullivan opera which had its première at the Leicester Square Theatre last night.
1. "A wandering minstrel I, a thing of shreds and patches," Nanki-Poo is really the Mikado's son, fleeing from marriage with elderly Katisha because he loves the beautiful Yum-Yum.

 
 



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