Sing As We Go


Sing As We Go is a 1934 British musical film starring Gracie Fields, John Loder and Stanley Holloway. The script was written by Gordon Wellesley and J. B. Priestley.

Considered by many to be British music hall star Gracie Fields' finest vehicle, this film was written for her by leading novelist J.B. Priestley. In this morale-boosting depression movie, set in the industrial north of England, Fields stars as a resourceful, determined working class heroine, laid off from her job in a clothing mill, who has to seek work in the seaside resort of Blackpool. This gives her the opportunity both to fall into many misadventures and, of course, to sing.

The decision to film on location brings the film a life and immediacy all too absent from most films of the period. The film provides us with a snapshot of life in a seaside resort in the 1930s. The final scene of the millworkers returning to the re-opened mill while Fields leads them in the rousing title song has become an almost iconic film cliché.

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Genre:Musikfilm, Dramedy
Herstellungsland:Vereinigtes Königreich
IMDB: 121
Verleih:Ealing Studios
Regie:Basil Dean
Drehbuch:John Boynton Priestley
Kamera:Robert Martin
Schnitt:Thorold Dickinson
Musik:Ernest Irving
Produzent:Basil Dean
Darsteller:Gracie Fields
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