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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 ...
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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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Tracy Cant Act And Lockwood doesn't sing
14 September 2013 | by (london) – See all my reviews

Arthur Tracy,known as The Street Singer,made 5 films during the period 1937-8.What they proved was that he might be a fine singer but he certainly wasn't an actor.On the other hand,Margaret Lockwood was a fine actress,but not a singer,as her singing voice is clearly dubbed.This film has a plot familiar to film goers of the 1930s,namely an untried actress taking a star part at a moments notice.Apart from the classic 42nd Street,there comes to mind Jesse Matthews in "Its Love Again" and Gracie Fields in "Queen Of Hearts".This film is not as good as any of those and has a less lavish production.However the film does have a certain charm and there is a funny climax at the theatre with a continually revolving turntable,giving the audience alternate glimpses of an elaborate chorus number and a double pianist act.So a reasonably entertaining watch.


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