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Screenplay  Basil Woon
Duration  
Country  United Kingdom
6/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama, Musical
Music director  Eric Rogers, Jack Beaver
Language  English
Director  George King Leontine Sagan
Writer  Peter Creswell, Richard Fisher, Katherine Strueby, Basil Woon
Release date  2 July 1946
Directors  Leontine Sagan, George King
Story by  Peter Creswell, Katherine Strueby, Richard Fisher
Cast  Richard Greene (George Howard), Ann Todd (Kathryn Davis), Peter Graves (Henry Carter), Hazel Court (Elizabeth Brown), Ursula Jeans (Isobel Forbes)
Similar movies  Ill Be Your Sweetheart (1945), Champagne Charlie (1944), The Forbidden Street (1949), The Magic Bow (1946), The Great Mr Handel (1943)

Gaiety George is a 1946 British historical musical film directed by George King and Leontine Sagan and starring Richard Greene, Ann Todd and Peter Graves. It is set in the late Victorian music hall, when an Irish impresario arrives in London.

The film was inspired by the memory of George Edwardes.

Cast

  • Richard Greene as George Howard
  • Ann Todd as Katharine Davis
  • Peter Graves as Henry Carter
  • Morland Graham as Morris
  • Hazel Court as Elizabeth Brown
  • Charles Victor as Danny Collier
  • Jack Train as Hastings
  • Leni Lynn as Florence Stevens
  • Ursula Jeans as Isobel Forbes
  • Daphne Barker as Miss de Courtney
  • Maire O'Neill as Mrs. Murphy
  • Frank Pettingell as Grindley
  • Phyllis Robins as Chubbs
  • John Laurie as McTavish
  • Frederick Burtwell as Jenkins
  • Anthony Holles as Wade
  • David Horne as Lord Mountsbury
  • Patrick Waddington as Lt. Travers
  • Claud Allister as Archie
  • Graeme Muir as Lord Elstown
  • Evelyn Darvell as Maisie
  • Paul Blake as Lord Royville
  • John Miller as Rosie
  • Richard Molinas as Laurient
  • Gerhard Kempinski as Muller
  • Wally Patch as Commissionaire
  • Carl Jaffe as Kommandant
  • Everley Gregg as Landlady
  • Roger Moore as Member of the Audience
  • Hugh Morton as King (on stage)
  • Maxwell Reed as Prince (on stage)
  • References

    Gaiety George Wikipedia
    Gaiety George IMDb


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