John Baxter directed this 1937 British production.
A story set in the East End of London where the local hospital is faced with closure unless funds are raised.
The local fishmongers daughter (Hazel Ascot) a British â€œShirley Templeâ€, Hoofer puts together a variety show to raise the money.
â€œEnid Stamp-Taylorâ€ also stars with â€œThe Dagenham Girl Pipersâ€, â€The Scots Kilties Bandâ€, â€œThe Band of The H.M. Royal Marinesâ€ and many more.
Hazel Ascot was a champion child tap-dancer of the 1930`s. Her first film appearance was in this 1937
musical film â€œTalking Feetâ€. This film, made at Sound City (later Shepperton Studios), was produced and directed by John Baxter.
It was while John Baxter was looking for rehearsal rooms for a proposed film to be titled â€œMusic Hallâ€ that he chanced upon Hazel, whose father Duggie Ascot ran a dance academy in Charing Cross Road.
Hazel Ascot – Hazel Barker
Jack Barty – Joe Barker
Davy Burnaby – Mr. Shirley
Enid Stamp-Taylor – Sylvia Shirley
John Stuart – Dr. Roger Hood
Ernest Butcher – Thomas
Edgar Driver – Titch
Muriel George -Mrs. Gumley
Kenneth Kove – Lord Cedric Scattery
Robert English – Lord Langdale
Scott Sanders – Scotty McDonald
Jennie Gregson – Mrs. Barker
Year of Production 1937
Running Time: 68 mins approx
Black & White
Sound: Dual Mono