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Discoveries (film)

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Discoveries is a 1939 British, black-and-white, musical, directed by Redd Davis and starring Ronald Shiner as Jim Pike.[1] It was produced by the British Grand National Pictures, which is not to be confused with the later, American Grand National Films Inc.

The film is notable for introducing the song "There'll Always Be an England", which is sung onscreen by the boy soprano Glyn Davies, and which after war broke out on 1 September gained an enormous success as sung by Vera Lynn.

Synopsis

A pre-1900s burlesque, vaudeville revue, Carroll Levis brings newly discovered talent to the screen. The film consists of a number of music hall turns.[2]

References

  1. ^ "Discoveries". IMDb. 15 September 1939.
  2. ^ BFI.org


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