Two Welsh coal-mining brothers win a trip to London to claim a monetary prize. They are supposed to meet a newspaper reporter who will be their escort. Instead, the brothers are launched into an adventure with some London riff-raff. It is up to the reporter to look out for the brothers, and what a job it turns out to be! Written by
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All the music in the film is adapted from traditional Welsh songs. See more
David 'Dai Number 9' Jones
What's ten bob to a man with two hundred pounds? Chicken feed is ten bob!
Thomas 'Twm' Jones
Chicken feed is counted as well as chickens.
All Through the Night (Ar Hyd Y Nos)
Traditional Welsh folk tune
Lyrics by John Ceiriog Hughes
Arranged by Ernest Irving
Sung at the Amateur Night and heard as a theme on the train trip home See more