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The Lady Is a Square (1959)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Musical, Romance | 1 August 1960 (Sweden)
Neagle stars a Frances Baring, a socialite widow attempting to keep her late husband's symphony orchestra going. Reluctantly she enlists the help of a young pop singer (Frankie Vaughan) who... See full summary »

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Cast overview:
... Frances Baring
Frankie Vaughan ... Johnny Burns
... Joanna Baring
... Freddy
... Charles
Christopher Rhodes ... Greenslade
... Derek
Josephine Fitzgerald ... Mrs. Eady
Harold Kasket ... Spolenski
... Fergusson
Ted Lune ... Harry Shuttleworth
... Mrs. Freddy
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Neagle stars a Frances Baring, a socialite widow attempting to keep her late husband's symphony orchestra going. Reluctantly she enlists the help of a young pop singer (Frankie Vaughan) who has fallen for Baring's daughter Joanna, played by a young Janette Scott.

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Damen är ding  »

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Last cinema appearance by Anna Neagle, who would concentrate thereafter on theatre, with very sporadic television performances. See more »

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That's My Doll
Written by Dick Glasser and Ann Hall
Sung by Frankie Vaughan
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Dated but entertaining light musical comedy.
15 May 1999 | by See all my reviews

Frankie Vaughan as a young singer (surprise!) who falls in love with a young Janette Scott, but Mummy (Neagle) is more your classical admirer not your popular vocalist type! Excellent, experienced support from Wilfrid Hyde White and the fabulous Anthony Newley, who gets to dance with Anna Neagle on stage at the late lamented Talk of the Town in the movies close. Worth a visit to see the start of many great entertainers careers.


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