Photos

Photos from various publications, screenshots from DVDs, websites, etc

Below are a selection of publicity photos.


Photo from the Mary Evans picture library. 
 Available from the Diomedia website , the profimedia
website and the Tipsimages website, and Yooniqimages.com
( around 1950?)


Christine Finn publicity photo in a 1954 Theatre Royal 
pamphlet article for the play 'The School of Wives'
announcing her as a newcomer to the Bristol Old Vic
Christine Finn publicity photo used in 1959
Newspaper publicity shot for Marriage Lines from Daily Express or Mirror
Newspaper publicity shot for Marriage Lines from Daily Express or Mirror


Photo from the Mary Evans picture library. This is a
combination of three different versions of the same
photo, but with different watermarks, merged together
from the Diomedia website, the Profimedia website
and the Tipsimages website, remnants of watermarks
still exist. (early to mid 1960s)
Christine Finn (1960s?)
Publicity photo from the time of Thunderbirds. 
mid 1960s from "The Complete Book of Thunderbirds,"
by Chris Bentley (2003)

Landen Dinsdale and Christine Finn in rehearsals for The Gentle Avalanche, 11th November 1963
English actress Christine Finn starring in 'The Gentle Avalanche', UK, 12th November 1963.
(Photo by McCabe/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

The Grass Is Greener, King's Theatre, Glasgow. 21st March 1960, starring
Hugh Williams, Moray Watson, Rachel Gurney, Philip Friend and Christine Finn. 
Source: http://www.heraldscotland.com (Obituary for Moray_Watson)


A Country Party At The Old Rectory;
Many friends travelled out of town to Stanford Rivers, Essex, where Mr. and Mrs  Richard Armitage gave a delightful At Hom at their new residence, The Old Rectory. Above, Mr. Bob  Harvey entertained the company with songs at the piano. The Tatler and Bystander, July 15, 1955

Christine Finn with Mr and Mrs Julian Moore. The Tatler and Bystander, July 15, 1955

Members of the Birmingham Rep Company come to see one of their number married. They are (left to right) Miss Christine Finn, Miss Rosalind Boxall, Miss Patricia Heneghan and Miss Barbara Burke.

The company are in London for two weeks to play at the Old Vic Theatre. For their first performance of "King Henry VI, Part 3" they took thirteen curtain calls. (Birmingham Gazette, Wednesday, July 23rd , 1952)

detail from above
Actresses Ann Firbank (left) And Christine Finn Who Play
The Daughters Of Artist Thomas Gainsborough In A
Play By Cecil Beaton. 8th September 1959 (source: https://www.shutterstock.com/)
30th December 1960 (Source: https://www.shutterstock.com/)

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