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You Will Remember

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Directed by
Jack Raymond

Music by
Percival Mackey

Produced by
Charles Q. Steel

Henry Harris

Written by
Lydia Hayward Christopher Morley Sewell Stokes

Robert Morley Emlyn Williams Dorothy Hyson

You Will Remember is a 1941 British musical drama film directed by Jack Raymond and starring Robert Morley, Emlyn Williams and Dorothy Hyson. It portrays the life of the composer Leslie Stuart. Featured songs include, Tell Me Pretty Maiden, Sue, Florodora, Lily of Laguna and Dolly Daydream.


It was made at Isleworth Studios. The film's art direction was by James A. Carter.


Biography of popular English composer Leslie Stuart (Robert Morley), who rose to fame through performances of his songs by the tenor Ellaline Terriss (Dorothy Hyson). The peak of Stuart's success in the early 1900s is followed by poverty and obscurity with the arriving Jazz Age. In debtor's prison, Stuart is rescued by friends from happier times, and achieves a comeback in British music halls shortly before his death.


  • Robert Morley as Tom Barrett / Leslie Stuart
  • Emlyn Williams as Bob Slater
  • Dorothy Hyson as Ellaline Terriss
  • Tom E. Finglass as Eugene Stratton
  • Nicholas Phipps as Earl of Potter
  • Gertrude Musgrove as Polly Potter
  • Charles Lefeaux as Mr. Carr
  • Allan Jeayes as Signor Foli
  • Charles Victor as Pat Barrett
  • Maire O'Neill as Mrs. Barrett
  • Maurice Kelly as Young Tom Barrett
  • Roddy McDowall as Young Bob Slater
  • Marie Ault as Bit Role
  • Muriel George as Manchester Landlady
  • James Harcourt as Judge
  • Mary Merrall as London Landlady
  • Olaf Olsen as Boyfriend in Theatre Audience
  • Johnnie Schofield as Sheet Music Seller
  • Critical reception

    Allmovie wrote, "Jack Raymond's perfunctory direction does not alway do full justice to his subject"; while TV Guide noted, "production numbers featuring the singing of music-hall performer Finglass are well done, overcoming the weaknesses of the sentimental screenplay."


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