Already a phenomenally successful entertainer and stalwart of the London Palladium, in 1956 Max Bygraves headed an accomplished cast in this musical drama charting the rocky road to success for a young comedy hopeful.
An early feature for future Goldfinger director Guy Hamilton and double Oscar-winning composer and screenwriter Leslie Bricusse, Charley Moon is presented here in a brand new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio.
A new career opens for Charley Moon when, during his army service, he is detailed to appear in a unit concert. In doing so, he becomes friendly with Harold Armytage, a peacetime actor of the old school. Hearing that Charley has no job to go to when demobilized, Armytage suggests they team up as stage comics. Things are not easy; jobs are few and far between, and when they can be found they are in the tattiest of theatres, but Charley gains the experience he needs. They then decide to try their luck in London...
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