Julian Marsh a successful Broadway director produces a new show inspite of his poor health. The money comes from a rich old man who is in love with the star of the show Dorothy Brock. But she doesn't reply his love because she is still in love with her old partner. At the night before the premiere Dorothy Brock breaks her ankle and one of the chorus girls Peggy Sawyer tries to take over her part. Featuring incredible dance choreography from the master Busby Berkeley
From playful romantic comedies to variety extravaganzas, the British musical films of the 1930s offered audiences a source of much-needed escapism throughout the decade haunted by the Great Depression and the growing menace of war. Often adapting much-loved hits of the music hall as well as serving as vehicles for the era's composers, performers and band leaders, they showcased home-grown talent alongside some of Hollywood's most bankable stars. This ongoing, multi-volume collection makes av...
Life With The Lyons: The Lyons are moving into a luxurious new family home in London but as you'd expect nothing goes smoothly. After a series of disasters Mr Hemingway their new landlord gets so nervous that he refuses to sign the lease. Rather than give up the Lyons try to convince him that they are a normal everyday family after all. However their efforts to prove themselves normal only result in a kitchen that blows up a basement that floods scandalous parties and
Silent comedy star Harold Lloyd personally selected his funniest scenes for this hysterical compilation. Our bespectacled hero always seems to go from one set of troubles to another. Contains classic bits from gems such as 'Why Worry?' 'The Milky Way' 'Girl Shy' 'Movie Crazy' and 'Professor Beware'. You will never forget poor Harold's daring antics on a skyscraper in his best loved film 'Safety Last!' or his daring climb down the side of a building in 'Feet First'.
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