Stars In Your Eyes
A group of feisty, talented young performers pool their resources and buy a dilapidated theatre to showcase their acts - but unscrupulous property developers also want the theatre and resort to dirty tricks to disrupt the first night's performance!
The quintessential British comedy-musical-romance, Stars In Your Eyes is a love letter to the last days of variety that has lost none of its warmth and heart in the six decades since it was first filmed. With fabulous musical numbers, sparkling comedy routines and tear-jerking romance it showcases a terrific cast of stars of the day, and stars in the making: Pat Kirkwood, Dorothy Squires (in her only big screen appearance), Nat Jackley and Bonar Colleano feature, alongside Joan Sims, Jimmy Clitheroe, Freddie Frinton and Vera Day. Directed by Maurice Elvey from a script by Talbot Rothwell (Carry On), Adelphi Films' classic feature is presented here as a brand new high definition restoration from original film elements in its original Camerascope theatrical aspect ratio.
This release also includes a range of special features from the Adelphi Films collection.
First released: Monday 14th December 2020
- A Ray Of Sunshine (1950, 54 mins)
- The Nitwits On Parade (1949, 24 mins)
- The Kilties Are Coming (1952, 52 mins)
- Original theatrical trailers for Stars In Your Eyes and A Ray Of Sunshine
- Image galleries for all four films
- Special commemorative booklet
- Distributor: Network
- Region: All regions
- Discs: 1
- Minutes: 97
- Subtitles: English
- Catalogue: 7958345
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