The Laughing Lady (1946)

  |  Drama, Musical

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7 October 2016 | malcolmgsw
| OK,if you like this sort of thing
British National who mainly made cheaply made programmers really decided to push the boat out with this film which they made in Technicolour.Probably an attempt to challenge Gainsboroughs lead in costume films.It stars Webster Booth and Ann Ziegler,an English equivalent to the Macdonalld-Eddy partnership.However in America these sort of films seemed to have had their heyday.It is therefore difficult to know why this film was made at this time.It is a light operetta based at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton.Curiously the Prince of Wales is played by a slim Peter Graves rather than the virulent Francis L Sullivan.Sullivan gambles more than he owns and tries to get his daughter to marry Summer who will in consideration pay off his gambling debt.However to nobody's surprise she is in love with Booth.At lots of times the couple burst into song.The Technicolour on the copy I viewed was pretty bad.Michael Been fine appears briefly in a gambling scene.



Drama | Musical


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21 January 1947



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