Plot: The film, referred to as “A Cine-Radio Revue” in its original publicity, is a lavish musical film revue and was Britain’s answer to the Hollywood revues which had been produced by the major studios in the United States, such as Paramount on Parade (1930) and The Hollywood Revue of 1929. The revue has a slim plot about its being a television broadcast. The film consists of 19 comedy and music vignettes linked by running jokes of an aspiring Shakespearean actor and technical problems with a viewer’s TV set.

Director: Alfred Hitchcock, André Charlot, Jack Hulbert, Paul Murray
Cast: Teddy Brown, Helen Burnell, Donald Calthrop
Year: 1930
Country: United Kingdom
Genre: Musical,Comedy

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