A girl helps a composer win fame despite a flirtatious socialite.
SUPERB BALLETS AND ENSEMBLES SUPERBLY ENHANCED. By the New Wonderful Pathe 5-Colour Process! A British All-Talking, Singing, Dancing Colour Production which, in point of technical perfection and entertainment, qualitics, more than surpasses America's most pretentious efforts! (Print Ad- Evening Post, ((Wellington, NZ)) 10 September 1930)
Did You Know?
This production was Britain's first "all talking" colour film. Some sites also credit Alfred Hitchcock
as being a co-director with Thomas Bentley
, however, in "Alfred Hitchcock: A Life in Darkness and Light", Patrick McGilligan states that if Hitchcock did work on the film, then his input was minimal and unconfirmed. See more