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Bronze Plaque № 9294 - These figures known as  The Burghers of Calais  commemorate six citizens of that town who offered themselves to Edward III after he had vainly besieged their town for nearly a year in 1347.  The story goes that their lives were spared on the intercession of Edward's queen Philippa of Hainault
H. Rider Haggard Blue Plaque - Sir Henry Rider Haggard 1856-1925 novelist lived here 1885-1888
Isambard Kingdom Brunel Plaque - This plaque was unveiled on 29th May 1954 to commemorate the centenary of Paddington Station designed and built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel engineer of the Great Western Railway
Alfred Hitchcock, Michael Balcon, Ivor Novello, Gracie Fields, And 1 Other - The Gainsborough Film Studios 1924-1949    Alfred Hitchcock, Michael Balcon,  Ivor Novello, Gracie Fields,  'The Lady Vanishes', 'The Wicked Lady'  worked and were filmed here
Klemens Von Metternich Blue Plaque - Prince Metternich 1773-1859 Austrian statesman lived here in 1848
Cecil Hepworth And James Williamson Green Plaque - Between 1897-1915 Cecil Court became the heart of the early British film industry and was known as Flicker Alley. British film pioneers Cecil Hepworth & James Williamson had offices here, alongside international companies such as Gaumont, Nordisk and Vitagraph

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