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.