Shipyard Sally Trailer

Shipyard Sally Trailer (1939)

30 September 1939 77 mins

A lancashire singer buys a pub in Clydebank and hits money troubles when the shipbyards are closed. She takes a petition to London to try to get them reopened.

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Gracie Fields

as Sally Fitzgerald

Sydney Howard

as Major Fitzgerald

Morton Selten

as Lord Alfred Randall

Norma Varden

as Lady Patricia Randall

Tucker McGuire

as Linda Marsh

Richard Cooper

as Sir John Treacher


Monty Banks


International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 30 September 1939

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