Champagne Charlie Trailer

Champagne Charlie Trailer (1944)

25 August 1944 Drama, Comedy 100 mins

Ealing Comedy about rivalry between 19th Century music hall performers.

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Cast

Stanley Holloway

as The Great Vance

Betty Warren

as Bessie Bellwood

Tommy Trinder

as Champagne Charlie

Jean Kent

as Dolly Bellwood

Austin Trevor

as The Duke

Crew

John Croydon

John Croydon Associate Producer

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 25 August 1944

Production Companies

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