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Kiss Me Goodbye (1933)

Going Gay (original title)
Two Englishmen in Germany fall for a lady singer and try and make her a star.





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Complete credited cast:
Arthur Riscoe ...
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Ruth Maitland ...
Victor Fairley ...
Grete's Father
Richard Wydler ...
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Brenda Senton ...
Grete's Sister
Wilfred Noy ...
Director of Opera Falkenheim
Director of Opera's Daughter (as Grete Netzler)
Joe Hayman ...
Bertha Belmore ...
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Two Englishmen in Germany fall for a lady singer and try and make her a star.

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Release Date:

30 November 1935 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Kiss Me Goodbye  »

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Sound Mix:

(Western Electric Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


The first of two "Jack and Jim" musicals, starring Arthur Riscoe and Naunton Wayne See more »


Followed by For Love of You (1933) See more »


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So-so British Musical
22 September 2015 | by (Co. Kerry Ireland) – See all my reviews

I'm inserting reviews for films that lack one... this showed last month on satellite station talking pictures, but no one else has taken the plunge so here goes... A couple of English chaps touring the continent both fall for the same girl, who they try to make into a musical star, that's about it plot wise! In the cut 1 hour version it doesn't outstay it's welcome, there are a few musical numbers, but the only notable name involved is Naunton Wayne who played 'Caldicott' one half of the cricket mad pair of characters, that featured in a few superior British films in the decade ahead; I will watch any old British film that comes my way, on that low level of expectation this is OK! But I couldn't help thinking, 1933, the Americans were making 'Flying Down to Rio'! But though I have great fondness for British films, they nor anyone else ever got close to the standard of the great American musicals.

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