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Wherever She Goes (1951)

An Australian feature film that tells the early life of pianist Eileen Joyce.

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(as Michael S. Gordon),
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Cast

Cast overview:
Eileen Joyce ...
Suzanne Parrett ...
Muriel Steinbeck ...
Mrs. Joyce
Nigel Lovell ...
Will Joyce
John Wiltshire ...
Daniel
George Wallace ...
Stage Manager
Tim Drysdale ...
John Joyce
Syd Chambers ...
Mr. Hallohan
Rex Dawe ...
Mr. James
Sefton Daly ...
Piano Player
Jacqueline Cat ...
Sister Augustus
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An Australian feature film that tells the early life of pianist Eileen Joyce.

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Drama

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30 January 1953 (USA)  »

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Gyldne toner  »

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1.37 : 1
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Soundtracks

Good King Wenceslas
(uncredited)
Traditional
Arranged by Ernest Irving
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A finely crafted Aussie classic
16 May 2014 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This is such a delightful film! Suzanne Parrett, as the young Eileen Joyce, is enchanting. This is a finely crafted film; the images, vernacular and social settings are iconic of Australia at that time, the middle 1920s. Each scene is beautifully composed and captures the landscape and characters perfectly. It is guaranteed to pull at your heartstrings as Eileen navigates through the minefield of adult skepticism in a tough economic environment. Hope is maintained by her meetings with a sympathetic swagman, an inspiring pianist in a piano shop and the rough but appreciative miners in Boulder. This wonderful film stands up there with A Bush Christmas, The Overlanders and Smiley as an Aussie classic.


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