Chesney Allen as Himself
Fred Duprez as Hyman Goldberger
Bud Flanagan as Himself
Jimmy Gold as Studio Disorganizer
Jan Gotch as All-In Wrestler
Teddy Knox as Himself
H. F. Maltby as John Rigby
Meinhart Maur as Guggenheimer
Graham Moffatt as Albert, the page boy
Charlie Naughton as Himself
Jimmy Nervo as Himself
Louis Pergantes as All-In Wrestler
Enid Stamp-Taylor as Jill Smith, secretary
Another rip-roaring old one from the Okay gang. The bouncy, though tin-pot tune Free won't be forgotten if you like happy golden oldies. It's a black and white hoot.
Symbols of Joy: Crazy musical instruments, bright sentimental songs.
(Also see my entry in Yahoo! Higher Self Blog Monday 1 May 2006 Jewels Of Nature Make The Soul Sparkle)
Free (Music by Michael Car and Jimmy Kennedy).
"We see the gold in every sunset
And silver in the moonlight too,
We see a pearl in every raindrop
And diamonds in the morning dew
And so it's free. . .
No one could be luckier than we
Nature never had a lock or key
Isn't that the way it ought to be"
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Esmerelda Jones. . . writer of desires and old curiosities Mistress of Wench Publishing (Victoriana, Greek Goddess, pioneer Australia)
Author of: The Higher Self expressed in Ancient Wisdom, Beauty, Goddess Sensuality, Golden Wealth, Poems For The Passionate, Ecstatic Romance. Writings of the struggling Lower Self in tales of Victoriana, Victorian Swoon Flash Fiction, Old Curiosities, Bushrangers and Quaint Collections.