Charley Moon

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Charley Moon
Charley Moon Movie Poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster (UK)
Directed by Guy Hamilton
Produced by Leslie Bricusse & John Cresswell
Written by Reginald Arkell (novel)
Starring Max Bygraves
Dennis Price
Michael Medwin
Shirley Eaton
Music by Francis Chagrin
Release dates 1956
Country  United Kingdom
Language English
Box office £159,641 (UK)[1]

Charley Moon is a 1956 British film directed by Guy Hamilton. It stars Max Bygraves, Dennis Price and Shirley Eaton.[2] The film is based on Reginald Arkell's backstage novel of the same name.

Plot Summary[edit]

Charley Moon (Max Bygraves) is a small-time music-hall performer, who with a few lucky breaks manages to make it big on the stage in London. Initially successful, Moon soon finds himself back where he started.



  1. ^ Vincent Porter, 'The Robert Clark Account', Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, Vol 20 No 4, 2000 p509
  2. ^ Charley Moon at the Internet Movie Database