British Musicals of the 1930s: Volume 2

  |  Buy to Own: 26/05/2014
  |  288 min
Rated U by the BBFC


Collection of British musicals from the 1930s. 'Everything Is Rhythm' (1936) stars Harry Roy as Harry Wade, a member of a band performing at a high-end hotel who falls in love with an intoxicatingly beautiful princess. 'Over the Garden Wall' (1934) sees Bobby Howes and Marian Marsh star as husband and wife in this classic British comedy. In 'Mister Cinders' (1934), Clifford Mollison plays Jim Lancaster, the adopted son of Sir George (Edmund Breon) and Lady Agatha (Esme Church). With plans to marry off their sons to wealthy young ladies, the Lancasters are shocked and disgusted when Lumley (Kenneth Western) and Guy (George Western) declare their interest in lesser women. 'Blossom Time' (1934) is a drama based on the opera of the same name by Heinrich Berte. Richard Tauber plays Franz Schubert, a composer who helps out a girl with whom he is secretly in love.

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