The diamond merchant's niece falls for his new footman who is really an impoverished aristocrat.

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Judy Howard
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Lord Richard
Tom Walls ...
Uncle Joshua Howard
Peter Graves ...
Basil Maitland
Marjorie Fielding ...
Mildred Howard
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Mr. Bacon
G.H. Mulcaster ...
Perkins
Josephine Fitzgerald ...
Kate O'Malley
Lana Morris ...
Rosie
Nicholas Phipps ...
Marquis of Borechester
Catherine Paul ...
Lady Borechester
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The diamond merchant's niece falls for his new footman who is really an impoverished aristocrat.

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13 September 1948 (UK)  »

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A Canção da Primavera  »

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Came fifth in the UK's Ultimate Film, in which films were placed in order of how many seats they sold at cinemas See more »

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Richard talks with Uncle Joshua about Somerset Maugham's story, 'The Moon and Sixpence', loosely based on Paul Gauguin's life. Richard mentions the film based on the novel, but mistakenly identifies Tyrone Power as the star. See more »

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Version of Come Out of the Kitchen (1919) See more »

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I'll Make Up for Everything
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Written by Ross Parker
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Charming and witty romance
6 May 2001 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is a lighthearted, very British romance with a fine cast. The story revolves around a merchant's daughter, Anna Neagle as Judy, who falls in love with their new servant, Richard, played by Michael Wilding, who is actually a nobleman fallen on hard times temporarily. As dancing partners they are sublime in the gentle romantic interludes which create lovely highlights to the movie. Don't miss it. The script moves along well with witty dialogue and interesting interaction among the characters. Excellent British fare with lots of charm.


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