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I'll Be Your Sweetheart (1945)

In turn-of-the-century London a young music publisher convinces both songwriters and a music hall singer with his new ideas to make business, while fighting both competitors and piracy in a... See full summary »

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Vic Oliver ...
Sam Kahn
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Bob Fielding
Peter Graves ...
Jim Knight
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George Le Brunn
Frederick Burtwell ...
Pacey
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Wallace
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T.P. O'Connor
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Mrs. Le Brunn
Ella Retford ...
Dresser
Alf Goddard ...
2nd. Henchman
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John Friar
Maudie Edwards ...
Mrs. Jones
Jonathan Field ...
Kelly
Barry Lupino
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In turn-of-the-century London a young music publisher convinces both songwriters and a music hall singer with his new ideas to make business, while fighting both competitors and piracy in a time where author's royalties were still unprotected. A well crafted British musical with plenty of popular songs. Written by BSK

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30 July 1945 (UK)  »

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Camisa de Onze Varas  »

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Margaret Lockwood's singing is dubbed by Maudie Edwards See more »

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Mary Anna
Written by Manning Sherwin and Val Guest
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Musical gem
14 February 2002 | by See all my reviews

"This film is dedicated to those grand old song writers of yesterday whose melodies are the folk songs of today. Their battle against the music pirates who robbed them of their just rewards, is the inspiration for this story."

And so the film starts. A delightful little musical, with some truly beautiful songs. The film starts to drag a bit after a while (it's about an hour and 3 quarters long), but the songs you'll never tire of. A heartwarming little piece that is well deserved a watch if you manage to catch it :)


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