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John Garrick ...
Tom Tucker
René Ray ...
Lucy
Wally Patch ...
Wally
Laurence Hanray ...
Tuttle
John Singer ...
Billy
George Cross ...
Roy Hall
Jack Vyvian ...
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16 September 1935 (UK)  »

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typically Twickenham
6 February 2015 | by (london) – See all my reviews

This is a typical quota quickie turned out by Julius Hagen at Twickenham studios.Renee Ray is the owner of a pet shop who is behind in her rent and faces eviction.John Garrick is a strolling musician who takes a shine to her.He offers to help her out with the landlord so that she can avoid being evicted.However the money is his share of a robbery carried out with Wally Patch.Garrick is trying to get an audition with a band leader at Broadcasting House who looks rather like Henry Hall.Somehow he manages to burst into a live broadcast and sing the vocal refrain.However as he wants to help out Ray he agrees to go on another job with Patch.Patch leaves the loot in the pet shop.The police find it.Garrick is arrested.however Patch confesses to the police and Garrick gets a job with the band leader.We fade out on Ray looking joyfully at the radio as we hear Garrick.s vocalising.All this in just over an hour.Reasonably entertaining and quite well made.Made to go out on the bottom half of an RKO double bill.


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