This domestic melodrama chronicles three generations of a family of music-hall owners. In the early 1900s... See full synopsis »

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Reginald Purdell ...
Joe Swan
Ellis Irving ...
Kit Burns
Lesley Brook ...
Evelyn Vincent
Marie Lloyd ...
Herself (as Marie Lloyd Jr.)
Tom E. Finglass ...
Eugene Stratton
John Rorke ...
Gus Elen
Betty Warren ...
Florrie Forde
George Robey ...
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Charles Coborn ...
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Ella Retford ...
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Charles Shadwell ...
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Joan Winters ...
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Nat Ayer ...
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Ernest Butcher
Peter Noble ...
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This domestic melodrama chronicles three generations of a family of music-hall owners. In the early 1900s... See full synopsis »

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14 June 1943 (UK)  »

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Goodbye My Bluebell
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Written by Dolly Morse
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Of historical value
9 December 2005 | by (Glasgow,U.K.) – See all my reviews

It is difficult to classify this type of film or give it a quality rating. As a musical it does not compare well with MGM productions but I hope copies exist. It tells the story of a Music Hall and was made in 1942 when many Music Halls and theatres were still doing good business. The film contains several acts, such as Wilson,Keppel and Betty,which may not be recorded elsewhere. My memory may be wrong and maybe someone can correct me on this but I think The Ganjou Borthers and Juanita were also shown.One of the acts is Charles Coborn, not to be confused with Charles Coburn.(Coborn was the Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo) Not a great film by modern standards but of considerable historical interest.


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