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Lassie from Lancashire (1938)

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Marjorie Browne ...
Jenny
Hal Thompson ...
Tom
Marjorie Sandford ...
Margie
Mark Daly ...
Dad
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Daisy
Elsie Wagstaff ...
Aunt Hetty
Billy Caryll
Hilda Mundy
Johnnie Schofield ...
Cyril
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August 1938 (UK)  »

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1.37 : 1
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There Is a Tavern in the Town
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Written by William H. Hills
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bright British musical
22 August 2009 | by See all my reviews

There was a time when the UK was filmicly divided into North and South.George Formby and Gracie Fields were very popular in the North but less so in the South and vice versa for Max Miller.It is clear from the fact that this is set in the North and that most of the actors have northern accents that this is a film which is aimed squarely at the North of the country.The film is very bright and breezy.Marjorie Browne,who i have never heard of,comes over as an imitation of Gracie Fields only rather more photogenic.she has a nice voice and pleasing personality.She only made 3 films.i wonder why.There are a large number of songs in this film,they are all very tuneful so it is no surprise when you see Noel Gay's name in the credits.The plot is very slight but the film is very entertaining.


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