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The Street Singer (1937)

A famous musician is mistaken for a street singer.

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Arthur Tracy ...
Richard King
Arthur Riscoe ...
Sam Green
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Jenny Green
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Hugh Newman
Emile Boreo ...
Luigi
Ellen Pollock ...
Gloria Weston
Wally Patch ...
Policeman
Ian McLean ...
Police Inspector (as Ian Maclean)
John Deverell ...
James
Rawicz and Landauer ...
Specialty Act
Lew Stone ...
Lew Stone
Lew Stone and His Band ...
Lew Stone and His Band
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A famous musician is mistaken for a street singer.

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15 November 1937 (UK)  »

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Interval for Romance  »

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Street Serenade
Music by Marjan Rawicz (as Rawicz) and Walter Landauer (as Landauer)
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Vehicle for Arthur Tracy's voice
24 May 2003 | by See all my reviews

One couldn't say Arthur Tracy was a great actor but he certainly had an interesting, unique voice, and this film allowed him to show it off a few times. This movie has some funny moments, and Margaret Lockwood is pretty to look at, but the script is rather trite and silly, and the editing was poor. Passable early British film entertainment; watch it on tv some rainy Sunday afternoon.


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