Collection of British musicals from the 1930s.
I Give My Heart (1935)
The sensational rags-to-riches story of Jeanne Becu, better known as Madame du Barry - the Parisian milliner who won the heart of a French king.
Thomas Bentley directs Sleepless Nights (1932) in which Lupino also stars, as Guy Raynor, a reporter in Nice who pretends to be the wealthy husband of Marjorie Drew (Polly Walker) to stop her from running away with a crook.
Paul Merzbach directs A Star Fell From Heaven (1936) in which a musical film star suddenly loses his voice. An aspiring singer dubs over his performances and becomes unexpectedly famous in the process.
In The Student's Romance (1935), directed by Otto Kanturek, young student Max (Patric Knowles) and Princess Helene (Grete Natzler) fall in love, but must overcome the barrier of her royal status if they are to be together.
Includes two comedies and two dramas
First released: Monday 15th August 2016
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