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The Show Goes On (1937)

 -  Musical  -  April 1937 (UK)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Gracie Fields ...
Sally Scowcroft
Owen Nares ...
Martin Fraser
John Stuart ...
Mack McDonald
Horace Hodges ...
Sam Bishop
Edward Rigby ...
Mr. Scowcroft, Sally's Father
Amy Veness ...
Mrs. Scowcroft, Sally's Mother
Arthur Sinclair ...
Mike OHara
Cyril Ritchard ...
Jimmy
Jack Hobbs ...
Nicholson
Dennis Arundell ...
Felix Flack
Billy Merson ...
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Frederick Leister ...
O.B. Dalton
Patrick Barr ...
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Nina Vanna ...
Maniana
Tom Payne ...
Professor Augustino
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A Song in Your Heart
Written by Harry Parr Davies (as Harry Parr-Davies) and Eddie Pola
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Slightly biographical
27 December 2005 | by (london) – See all my reviews

This film is rather different from the earlier films made for ATP in Ealing.Most of the previous films concentrated on her Lancashire background and how the industries were badly affected by the Depression.Whilst we have that at the beginning of this film we then see an older man take control of her career to launch her on to greater heights and that more or less is what happened with Gracie and her first husband who managed her career.This film tries ,not too successfully to make Gracie into a sort of British Alice Faye.The finale number is an attempt to do a Busby Berkley type number.I would say that the songs are quite catchy even if none of them became classics


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