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Biography (print)

Johnston Forbes-Robertson. A Player Under Three Reigns. Boston, MA: Little, Brown & Co., 1925.


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The Stage (UK)11 November 1937, pg. 14:1, "Johnston Forbes-Robertson"
Variety (USA)10 November 1937, pg. 62:3, "Johnston Forbes-Robertson, 84, Great British Actor, Succumbs in England"
The London Times (UK)8 November 1937, pg. 19:1, "Johnston Forbes-Robertson"
New York Times (USA)7 November 1937, pg. B8:1, "Forbes-Robertson, 84, Dies in England; Sir Johnston Last and One of the Greatest of the Victorian Actor-Managers; His Hamlet Still Famous; Supported Irving and Ellen Terry--Painter Before Going on the Stage"
Moving Picture World (USA)29 December 1917, pg. 1975, "Forbes-Robertson Bids Farewell to America"
Moving Picture World (USA)17 November 1917, pg. 997, "Forbes-Robertson in Brenon Subject"
Moving Picture World (USA)10 July 1915, pg. 312, ill, "Sir J. Forbes Robertson in Knickerbocker Production"
New York Times (USA)19 March 1905, pg. 4, "The Hamlet of Johnstone Forbes-Robertson; Its Greatest Glory Found in Comparison with Edwin Booth--Critical Appreciation of a Great Achievement--A Perspective on Public Insincerity (poor attendance by the public)"


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