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Jeanne De Casalis
A charming romantic musical starring Anna Neagle and Jack Buchanan both of whose film careers were getting going in a big way.Of course the most memorable thing about this film is the immortal title song charmingly sung by Jack Buchanan.Yes the film is dated but you hardly expect a film from this era to have been made with the tastes of the 21st century in mind.It comes from a different age and different goals in entertainment.The plot of course is a trifling mater.However it is all so effectively carried out that one cannot fail to be overcome by the sheer charm of the piece.I doubt whether Neagle or Buchanan would ever do anything better than this.
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