‘Sally in Our Alley’ 1931

      • Gracie Fields – Sally Winch
      • Ian Hunter – George Miles
      • Florence Desmond – Florrie Small
      • Ivor Barnard – Tod Small
      • Fred Groves – Alf Cope
      • Gibb McLaughlin – Jim Sears
      • Ben Field – Sam Bilson
      • Barbara Gott – Mrs. Pool
      • Renée Macready – Lady Daphne
      • Helen Ferrers – Duchess of Wexford
      • Writers: Miles Malleson, Alma Reville (screenplay) – Charles McEvoy (play – ‘The Likes of Her’) – Archie Pitt (additional scenes)
      • Director: Maurice Elvey
      • Producer: Basil Dean
      • Original Music: Ernest Erving
      • Cinematography: Alex Brice – Robert Martin
      • Film Editing: Otto Ludwig
      • Art Direction: Norman G Arnold
      • Makeup: Gerry Fairbank

When a British soldier goes off to fight in World War I, his girlfriend waits and worried at home. He is soon wounded in battle and crippled. He comes to the conclusion that she would be better off believing that he had been killed so she can get on with her life. She gets the news and is devastated. Several years later she is still grieving for him, but he has now been cured and comes looking for her.

Songs:  Sally * Fall In And Follow The Band * Fred Fannakapan * Lancashire Blues


'Fall In And Follow The Band'

‘Fall In And Follow The Band’



'Sally in Our Alley' flier

‘Sally in Our Alley’ flier

Gracie and Renee Macreddy in 'Sally in Our Alley'

Gracie and Renee Macreddy in ‘Sally in Our Alley’