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Cheer Up (1936)

 -  Musical  -  February 1936 (UK)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Stanley Lupino ...
Tom Denham
Sally Gray ...
Sally Gray
Roddy Hughes ...
Dick Dirk
Gerald Barry ...
John Harman
Kenneth Kove ...
Wilfred Harman
Wyn Weaver ...
Mr. Carter
Marjorie Chard ...
Mrs. Carter
Ernest Sefton ...
Tom Page
Syd Crossley ...
Waiter
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Arty Ash ...
Head Porter
Arthur Rigby ...
Bill Ratchett
Doris Rogers ...
Mrs. Pearce
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A forgotten gem
9 May 2005 | by (london) – See all my reviews

It is a sad fact that whilst many Hollywood stars and films of the thirties are still vividly recalled and their memories cherished their English counterparts languish in the vaults.This is one such.Stanley Lupino is probably only remembered as the father of Ida.However he was as they say a star of stage screen and radio.This is a truly delightful film which is as bright and entertaining as the time that it was released.The musical numbers are very catchy and well staged.It all moves along at a fair pace and is over all too soon.It was shown on Channel 4 about 15 years ago when i managed to catch it,so i suppose that i am one of the few people to have seen it.If you do get the chance watch it and you will see what i mean.


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