Harry Roy/Wade and his band finally find their way to success when they are hired to perform at a big hotel. There he meets by chance the Princess of Monrovia and they fall for each other. ... See full summary »

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Harry Roy ...
Harry Wade
Princess Pearl ...
Princess Paula
Dorothy Boyd ...
Grethe von Essen
Clarissa Selwynne ...
Miss Mimms
Robert English ...
The Duke
Gerald Barry ...
Count Rudolf
Phyllis Thackery ...
Lucy
Bill Currie ...
George Wade
Agnes Brantford ...
Mrs. Wade
Syd Crossley ...
Waiter
Arthur Clayton ...
Manager
Johnny Nitt ...
Tap Dancer
Mabel Mercer ...
Vocalist Specialty
Ivor Moreton ...
Joe
Dave Kaye ...
Sam
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Harry Roy/Wade and his band finally find their way to success when they are hired to perform at a big hotel. There he meets by chance the Princess of Monrovia and they fall for each other. When she is ordered to return he takes a tour around the world which will eventually take the band to Monrovia. Written by BSK

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Musical

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7 August 1940 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Era Uma Vez uma Princesa  »

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(Visatone Marconi)

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1.37 : 1
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The "Make Some Music" jazz performance was featured on a reel-to-reel film in the movie haus of an old World War 2 era Nazi Kriegsmarine torture ship in the 1980 horror movie "Death Ship". See more »

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Featured in Death Ship (1980) See more »

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SKY HIGH HONEYMOON
Sung by Princess Pearl
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lively British musical
29 May 2005 | by (london) – See all my reviews

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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