The Show Goes On

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Not to be confused with The show must go on.
For the song, see The Show Goes On (song). For the TV series, see The Show Goes On (television).
The Show Goes On
Directed by Basil Dean
Produced by Basil Dean
Written by Basil Dean
Anthony Kimmins
Austin Melford
Starring Gracie Fields
Owen Nares
John Stuart
Horace Hodges
Music by Ernest Irving
Cinematography Jan Stallich
Edited by Jack Kitchin
Production
company
Distributed by Associated British
Release dates
April 1937
Running time
93 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

The Show Goes On is a 1937 British musical comedy film directed by Basil Dean and starring Gracie Fields, Owen Nares and John Stuart.

Plot summary[edit]

This is a semi-autobiographical film about Sally Scowcroft (Gracie Fields) who is a mill worker who is plucked from obscurity and thrust towards fame and fortune by an ailing composer (Owen Nares) who needs a singer to perform his work.

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