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Valley of Song (1953)

Rivalry among members of the male voice choir!

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Credited cast:
Mervyn Johns ...
Minister Griffiths
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Geraint Llewellyn
Maureen Swanson ...
Olwen Davies
John Fraser ...
Cliff Lloyd
Rachel Thomas ...
Mrs. Lloyd
Betty Cooper ...
Mrs. Davies
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Bessie Lewis
Hugh Pryse ...
Lloyd, Undertaker
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Davies
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Lloyd the Haulage
Alun Owen ...
Pritchard
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John Glyn-Jones ...
Ebenezer Davies (as John Glyn Jones)
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Lloyd - Schoolmaster
Madoline Thomas ...
Auntie Mary
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Rivalry among members of the male voice choir!

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choir | based on play | See All (2) »

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Drama | Comedy

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26 June 1954 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Men Are Children Twice  »

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1.37 : 1
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The first film of Rachel Roberts. See more »

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Mrs. Lloyd: None of you could ever know what it means to me to sing the part. All the year its cooking and washing and mending I am, but when 'Messiah' came around I stopped being Mrs Lloyd undertaker. I was Mair Lloyd - contralto
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Remake of Choir Practice (1949) See more »

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An Attempt To Copy Ealing
15 June 2014 | by (london) – See all my reviews

So this is an attempt by Associated British Picture Corporation,based at Elstree to try and copy the type of film then being made so successfully at Ealing Studios.However it doesn't quite come off.Whilst it is mildly entertaining the basic problem is that it relies far too heavily on national stereotypes.In this instance it is the Welsh passion for choirs.There is a lot of choral music featured in the film and if you are not partial to it then you will do as I did and fast forward through those sections.There are lots of familiar faces popping up in small parts.I even managed to miss Kenneth Williams who is referred to in the closing credits.


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