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I'll Be Your Sweetheart (1945)





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Australian-born comic actor Vic Oliver was usually at his best on-screen when teamed with an unusually talented leading lady. Oliver's vis-a-vis in the British I'll be Your Sweetheart was film favorite Margaret Lockwood. Set in the early 1900s, the film concerns the trials and tribulations of musical-hall diva Edie Story (Lockwood), whose happy-go-lucky partner is one Sam Kahn (Oliver). Halfway through the film, Kahn is shunted to the background when Edie falls in love with aspiring songwriter Bob Fielding, played by up-and-coming Michael Rennie. The outcome of the plot is predicated on a Parliamentary decision which rescued songwriters from being gypped out of their royalties by unscrupulous "pirate" publishers, which happens more than once in the early reels to the luckless Fielding.


Michael Rennie
as Bob Fielding
Vic Oliver
as Sam Kahn
Peter Graves
as Jim Knight
Moore Marriott
as George Le Brunn
Garry Marsh
as Wallace
George Merritt
as T.P. O'Connor
Muriel George
as Mrs. Le Brunn
Ella Retford
as Dresser
Alf Goddard
as Henchman
Eliot Makeham
as John Friar
Maudie Edwards
as Mrs. Jones
David Crowley
as Henchman
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