Plaque

Cecil Hepworth - NW1

Inscription

Commemorating the Centenary of Cinema 1996
Cecil Hepworth (1874 - 1953) British film pioneer, lived in this house as a child.
In association with the British Film Institute

Site: Cecil Hepworth - NW1 (1 memorial)

NW1, Cantelowes Road, 32

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Cecil Hepworth - NW1

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Cecil Hepworth

British film pioneer in the silent era. Born 12 Beaufort (now Somerset) Garde...

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Cecil Hepworth - NW1

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British Film Institute

In 1996 the BFI erected 126 plaques across Britain to commemorate the centena...

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