A chorus girl, who dreams of being a music-hall star, falls for an impoverished author.

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Tip-Toes
Harry Jonas ...
The Boy
Frank Stanmore ...
The Balloon-Blower
Annie Esmond ...
His Wife
Nancy Price ...
Her Friend
Sydney Fairbrother ...
Lily
Eric Smith ...
Charlie
A. Harding Steerman ...
The Musician
Audrey Ridgewell ...
His Daughter
Gordon Hopkirk ...
The Rich Man
Dacia ...
Dancer
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Tip-Toes (Balfour) is a chorus girl in a garret. She befriends a lonely young boy who dreams of being a writer, while she dreams of being a music-hall star. They agree to meet at midnight in two years' time in their slum tenement to see which of their dreams has come true. Written by Anonymous

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ballet | dance | See All (2) »

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Drama | Romance

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June 1923 (UK)  »

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Roses de Piccadilly  »

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Betty Balfour (1903-1978) was best known as the comic character 'Squibs', in a hugely popular series of films, also directed by 'George Pearson' through the 1920s. She was much in demand as a popular foreign export and worked with leading directors in Germany, Austria and France including Marcel L'Herbier. She stars in Alfred Hitchcock's 1928 silent, Champagne (1928) as a heiress. Reflecting the immense popularity of Balfour's Squibs character among the Dutch audiences, the Dutch release title was "Squibs als Tip-toes; De Koningin van de Music-halls" (Squibs as Tip-Toes; the queen of the music-halls). See more »

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