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Maytime in Mayfair is a 1949 British musical comedy film directed by Herbert Wilcox
Herbert Wilcox
and starring Anna Neagle, Michael Wilding, Nicholas Phipps, and Tom Walls.[2] It was the sequel to Spring in Park Lane. The film was the second most popular movie at the British box office in 1949.[3]

Contents

1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Costume Design 4 Soundtrack 5 Critical reception 6 References 7 External links

Plot[edit] Debonair Michael Gore-Brown inherits a dress shop and becomes romantically involved with its manager, Eileen Grahame. But when a rival shop across the street always seems to get the new fashions first, some investigation is required.[4] Cast[edit]

Anna Neagle
Anna Neagle
as Eileen Grahame Michael Wilding as Michael Gore-Brown Peter Graves as D'Arcy Davenport Nicholas Phipps as Sir Henry Hazelrigg Thora Hird
Thora Hird
as Janet Michael Shepley as Shepherd Tom Walls
Tom Walls
as Inspector Hennessey Max Kirby as Mr Keats Desmond Walter-Ellis as Mr. Shelley Tom Walls
Tom Walls
Jr. as Constable Doris Rogers as Lady Manbury-Logan-Manbury Mona Washbourne
Mona Washbourne
as Lady Leveson

Costume Design[edit]

Hardy Amies Charles Creed Norman Hartnell Mattli Molyneux Digby Morton Bianca Mosca Peter Russell Victor Stiebel

Soundtrack[edit]

Maytime in Mayfair

Music by Harry Parr Davies Lyrics by Harold Purcell

Amor

Written by Gabriel Ruiz and Ricardo Lopez English Lyrics by Sunny Skylar

Do I Love You?

Written by Bruno Bidoli, David Heneker and Don Pelosi

I'm Not Going Home

Written by Kermit Goell and Fred Prisker

The Moment I Saw You

Music by Manning Sherwin Lyrics by Harold Purcell Critical reception[edit] The New York Times
The New York Times
called the film "nauseously Technicolored flimflam";[5] while TV Guide
TV Guide
noted "The plot is about as simple as they come, but it's told so nicely that you can't help but be charmed. Wilding and Neagle are a sort of British Astaire and Rogers, playing well off each other in this lighthearted romp. The beautiful fashion designs, as well as glorious set decor, are well captured in the Technicolor photography."[6] References[edit]

^ Vincent Porter, 'The Robert Clark Account', Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, Vol 20 No 4, 2000 p489 ^ BFI Database entry ^ "TOPS AT HOME". The Courier-Mail. Brisbane: National Library of Australia. 31 December 1949. p. 4. Retrieved 24 April 2012.  ^ " Maytime in Mayfair Film review and movie reviews". Radio Times. 2013-04-08. Retrieved 2014-06-20.  ^ Crowther, Bosley (1952-04-23). "Movie Review – Maytime in Mayfair – THE SCREEN IN REVIEW". NYTimes.com. Retrieved 2014-06-20.  ^ "Maytime In Mayfair Review". Movies.tvguide.com. Retrieved 2014-06-20. 

External links[edit]

Maytime in Mayfair on IMDb Maytime in Mayfair at BFI Screenonline

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Films by Herbert Wilcox

Producer Only

The Wonderful Story (1922) Flames of Passion (1922) Paddy the Next Best Thing (1923) The Triumph of the Scarlet Pimpernel (1929) When Knights Were Bold (1929) Black Waters (1929) Splinters (1929) A Peep Behind the Scenes (1929) High Treason (1929) The Third Eye (1929) Wolves (1930) Canaries Sometimes Sing (1930) Rookery Nook (1930) The Mountain of Mourne (1930) Warned Off (1930) On Approval (1930) Tons of Money (1930) Mischief (1931) The Speckled Band (1931) Plunder (1931) Almost a Divorce (1931) Up for the Cup (1931) The Barton Mystery (1932) Life Goes On (1932) Thark (1932) Leap Year (1932) It's a King (1932) The Love Contract (1932) Say It with Music(1932) The Mayor's Nest (1932) A Night Like This (1932) The Flag Lieutenant (1932) Night of the Garter
Night of the Garter
(1933) Up to the Neck (1933) The King's Cup
The King's Cup
(1933) Yes, Mr Brown
Yes, Mr Brown
(1933) Up for the Derby (1933) Trouble (1933) General John Regan (1933) The Blarney Stone (1933) Just My Luck (1933) The King of Paris (1933) Lord of the Manor (1933) Discord (1933) That's a Good Girl
That's a Good Girl
(1933) One Precious Year (1933) Purse Strings (1933) Summer Lightning (1933) It's a Cop (1934) Badger's Green (1934) Faces (1934) Lucky Loser (1934) Lilies of the Field (1934) Sorrell and Son (1934) The Scoop (1934) Girls, Please! (1934) Come Out of the Pantry
Come Out of the Pantry
(1935) Escape Me Never (1935) Brewster's Millions (1935) Fame (1936) Where's George? (1936) Millions (1937) The Frog
The Frog
(1937) The Rat (1937) The Return of the Frog (1938) A Royal Divorce (1938) No Parking (1938) Blondes for Danger
Blondes for Danger
(1938) The Beggar's Opera (1953) Yangtse Incident
Yangtse Incident
(1957) The Navy Lark (1959)

As director

Chu-Chin-Chow (1923) Southern Love (1924) Decameron Nights (1924) The Only Way (1926) Nell Gwyn (1926) Madame Pompadour (1927) London (1926) Tip Toes
Tip Toes
(1927) Mumsie (1927) Dawn (1928) The Bondman (1929) The Woman in White (1929) The Loves of Robert Burns
The Loves of Robert Burns
(1930) The Chance of a Night Time (1931) Carnival (1931) Money Means Nothing (1932) The Blue Danube (1932) Goodnight, Vienna
Goodnight, Vienna
(1932) The Little Damozel (1933) Bitter Sweet (1933) Yes, Mr Brown
Yes, Mr Brown
(1933) The Queen's Affair
The Queen's Affair
(1934) Nell Gwyn (1934) Peg of Old Drury
Peg of Old Drury
(1935) This'll Make You Whistle
This'll Make You Whistle
(1936) Three Maxims
Three Maxims
(1936) Limelight (1936) London Melody
London Melody
(1937) Victoria the Great
Victoria the Great
(1937) Sixty Glorious Years
Sixty Glorious Years
(1938) Nurse Edith Cavell
Nurse Edith Cavell
(1939) Irene (1940) No, No, Nanette (1940) Sunny (1941) They Flew Alone
They Flew Alone
(1942) Forever and a Day (1943) Yellow Canary (1943) I Live in Grosvenor Square
I Live in Grosvenor Square
(1945) Piccadilly Incident (1946) The Courtneys of Curzon Street
The Courtneys of Curzon Street
(1947) Spring in Park Lane (1948) Elizabeth of Ladymead
Elizabeth of Ladymead
(1948) Maytime in Mayfair (1949) Odette (1950) Into the Blue (1950) The Lady with a Lamp (1951) Derby Day (1952) Trent's Last Case (1952) Laughing Anne
Laughing Anne
(1953) Trouble in the Glen
Trouble in the Glen
(1954) Lilacs in the Spring
Lilacs in the Spring
(1954) King's Rhapsody (1955) My Teenage Daughter
My Teenage Daughter
(1956) These Dangerous Years
These Dangerous Years
(1957) The Man Who Wouldn't Talk
Talk
(1958) Wonderful Things!
Wonderful Things!
(1958) The Lady Is a Square
The Lady Is a Square
(1959) The Heart of a Man
The Heart of a Man
(1959)

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