One of several features pairing British screen sweetheart Anna Neagle with the ever-popular Michael Wilding, this jaunty 'upstairs-downstairs' romantic comedy could hardly have failed to triumph at the box-office, and Spring in Park Lane would indeed prove the most successful British film of 1948 - its fairytale scenes and witty reversal of social roles offering cinemagoers a welcome antidote to post-war austerity. The film, which also marked another major success for Neagle's husband, direct.
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The high-society Howard household is in for a suprise when it hires the multi-talented Richard (Michael Wilding) as a servant. Not only does he possess a perfect aristocratic style, he also plays boogie-woogie piano and sports an old Etonian tie. What is his secret? How can such a perfect exemplar of upper-class elegance have ended up working in service? A smitten Judy Howard (Anna Neagle) determines to find out.