The Perfect Gentleman
(music: "Aquellos Ojos Verdes Green Eyes" 1929 / performer: "There's Something in a Big Parade" 1935, "The Keys to Heaven", "Pack Up Your Troubles In Your Old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile!" 1915, "Aquellos Ojos Verdes Green Eyes" 1929 / producer: "There's Something in a Big Parade" 1935)
Along Came Sally
(performer: "We'll All Go Riding on a Rainbow", "If I Had Napoleon's Hat", "The Wind's In The West", "Valse des rayons Apache Dance" - uncredited)
(1972) She acted in Ray Cooney and Chapman's play, "Move over Mrs. Markham," at the Vaudeville
Theatre in London, England with Tony Britton and Moira Lister in the cast. Ray Cooney was also director.
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Dame Cicely Courtneidge
Did You Know?
With her husband Jack Hulbert formed one of the most successful and popular music comedy teams in 1930's Britain. The couple met in 1913 during a joint performance and married three years later. Over the next decade, they appeared in theatres and music halls nationwide, subsequently making the transition to films...