1hr 36mins
Dir: Brian Desmond Hurst
Starring: Jean Kent and James Donald

A Gaiety Girl of the 1890s marries a Lord and becomes a Duchess when he succeeds to the dukedom

This musical comedy is a rare British Technicolour film of the period that is now largely forgotten. One of the few successful British musical films, it is a true delight, even if it is a little lightweight. It includes a scene with Andrew Crawford departing on a train from an unknown station. Although the locomotive is not visible, there are good shots of the green Southern Region suburban stock.

Jean Kent and Andrew Crawford bid their farewells at a railway station somewhere on the Southern Region
Passengers wave from windows as the train departs. It would be nice to know where this was filmed.