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Rhythm Serenade (1943)

 -  Drama | Musical | Romance  -  1943 (UK)
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Patriotic musical romance. After her school is closed, teacher Ann tries to join up. However, she is persuaded to organise a nursery for a munitions factory.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Vera Lynn ...
Ann Martin
Peter Murray-Hill ...
John Drover
Julien Mitchell ...
Mr. Jimson
Charles Victor ...
Mr. Martin
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Jimmy Martin
Ben Warriss ...
Ben Martin (as Ben Warris)
Joss Ambler ...
Mr. Preston
Rosalyn Boulter ...
Monica Jimson
Betty Jardine ...
Helen
Irene Handl ...
Mrs. Crumbling
Lloyd Pearson ...
Mr. Simkins
Jimmy Clitheroe ...
Joey
Joan Kemp-Welch
Aubrey Mallalieu
Maurice Rhodes
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Patriotic musical romance. After her school is closed, teacher Ann tries to join up. However, she is persuaded to organise a nursery for a munitions factory.

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Drama | Musical | Romance

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The Sunshine of Your Smile
(uncredited)
Written by Leonard Cooke and Lilian Ray (pseudonym of John Neat)
Sung by Vera Lynn
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Very Odd Mixture
6 April 2013 | by (london) – See all my reviews

Vera Lynn plays a teacher who wants to join the WRNS but is prevented from doing so because she is running a nursery for munitions workers.The manager of the factory puts her in a reserved occupation list and as a result she is unable to join the WRNS.She has a romance with a rather odd character played by Peter Murray Hill.She sings a few unmemorable songs.There is a show featured and we see the act of Jewell and Warris who play her brothers.I have to say that on the basis of viewing them one can only say how easily pleased were people in those days.However this film must be one of the strangest that came out of world war 2 since the propaganda angle is constantly plugged so that the film is very unsatisfactory as entertainment.


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