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The film spotlights famed composer Franz Schubert, who loves a woman from afar. He stands by in quiet desperation as his beloved is married to a dashing military officer, then pours his ... See full summary »
This is the first of the 2 films starring Harry Roy and his then wife Princess Pearl of Sarawak's,who is billed as Mrs Harry Roy.The acting and the plot are quite irrelevant to consideration of this films merits.It is of course the musical numbers.This features no less than 8 in its 75 minutes running time.They are all very engaging numbers with some very reasonable production values.Whilst not up to Berkley standard nevertheless they are well above what you would get in a Hollywood B musical of the time.Although not an actor in the strict sense Harry Roy does have an engaging personality.On a personal note his real name was Roylanski and my mum knew his family when they lived in Stamford Hill.
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