An aging music hall performer returns to London believing he's the star of a new show. When he discovers that he's only slated to be the understudy, his daughter sabotages the revue's star in order to get him back into the spotlight. Written by
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The September 4, 1946 edition of Variety carried a review of this movie, which had premiered at the Leicester Square Theatre in London on August 28. However, this picture escaped the notice of most contemporary American film critics. See more
God help the male population when you grow up!
Give Me an Old-Fashioned Pub
Performed by Pearly King (unnamed)
(in the 125 minute version) See more