Double bill of British comedy dramas.
In This Week Of Grace (1933) unemployed Grace Milroy (Gracie Fields) finds work as the housekeeper of the Duchess of Swinford (Nina Boucicault). In her new role, Grace wins over the house staff and finds love but will her new-found happiness last?
In the musical She Shall Have Music (1935) millionaire Freddie Gates (Edmund Breon) hires an orchestra to play on his yacht, to his son Brian's (Brian Lawrance) dismay. But Brian is soon won over after falling for singer Dorothy Drew (June Clyde). Meanwhile, a group of rival businessmen plot to sabotage the band's performance.
First released: Monday 21st March 2016
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