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Struggling young actress Jenny (Marjorie Browne) joins her dad (Mark Daly) when he moves into Aunt Hetty's (Elsie Wagstaff) boarding house. Aunt Hetty overworks them, but Jenny is lucky enough to find love in the form of aspiring songwriter Tom (Hal Thompson). But their romance is threatened and nearly destroyed by the jealous star actress of the local pantomime company. However, the young lovers move on to bigger and better things after winning a London West End theatre contract.

  1. John Paddy Carstairs

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Marjorie Browne

    Jenny

  2. Hal Thompson

    Tom

  3. Marjorie Sandford

    Margie

  4. Mark Daly

    Dad

  5. Vera Lennox

    Daisy

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Status Released

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  • August 16, 1938
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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 21m

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