A musical-comedy about an elderly vaudevillian who inherits the title of "lord" and proceeds to invite some old pals to share in the fun. A woman he once promised marriage to appears on the... See full summary »

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Stanley Lupino ...
Claire Luce ...
Pamela Ward
Gina Malo ...
Dolly Jordan
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Silas Morner
Laddie Cliff ...
Billy Bowler
Sally Gray ...
Kitty
Judy Kelly ...
Alice Mayhill
John Wood ...
Lord Harry Drewsden
Syd Walker ...
Inspector Giffnock
Bertha Belmore ...
Lady Ethel Drewsden
Richard Murdoch ...
Sergeant Oliver
Fred Hearne ...
Lord Harry Drewsden
Archibald Batty ...
Alfred
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A musical-comedy about an elderly vaudevillian who inherits the title of "lord" and proceeds to invite some old pals to share in the fun. A woman he once promised marriage to appears on the scene and soon tries to sue the entertainer for breach of contract. Written by Alessandro Martini <alemartini@geocities.com>

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21 February 1938 (UK)  »

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¬°Cuidado con ellas!  »

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Over She Goes
Written by Michael Carr and Jimmy Kennedy
Performed by Stanley Lupino Claire Luce, Gina Malo, Laddie Cliff,
Sally Gray and John Wood
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Little known British musical
30 December 2007 | by (london) – See all my reviews

If anyone wanted to know what watching a west end show in the 1930s is like well in my view this is as near the experience as you are likely to get.It is likable and at the same time forgettable.Its humour and the performances are an epitome of the era.It is not widely seen,maybe because all of the English leads are long forgotten.Clearly trying to get a foot in the all important American market by having the equivalent of a modern day celebrity,Max Baer,in the cast.A common feature of British musicals of the 30s.However the best moment in this film is the number"side by side".It has clever lyrics and with the actors and camera going a whole 360 degrees whilst performing the song whilst moving in unison.A real show stopper.Worth seeing if only for this number.


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