Happy Go Lovely

Synopsis: B.G. Bruno, a rich bachelor, the head of a successful greeting-card company in Scotland, is essentially a kind man but respectable to the point of stodginess and extreme stuffiness. An American troupe visiting Edinburgh wants to produce a musical in town but has trouble getting backers. Bruno meets several of the leading ladies of the show; through a misunderstanding he doesn't correct they think that he's a newspaper reporter. He falls in love with one of the women, who reciprocates; he grows more lively and friendly, to the surprise of his employees. After a series of mishaps and comic incidents comes a happy ending: a successful show and true love.
Production: Marcel Hellman Productions
 
IMDB:
6.5
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Year:
1951
97 min
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Edinburgh, the royal town

and the capital of Scotland.

The ancient castles are

the guards of the historic city.

Once a year, travelers

from all over the world are coming...

to watch the beginning

of the Edinburgh Festival...

which is dedicated to high-

more particularly art.

Occasionally, there is space

and for something like that.

At the wedding of Macquette

up there in Cleveland...

the guests have been invited

to the health of the...

when mild whiskey is mild

and me...

Macquitos was pleased to die.

The musicians played cheerfully...

his uncle did not

start dancing...

but the area was solved

and his skirt fell.

When Macquitus tried leave...

it was blocked by friends...

you have to dance...

because the door was locked.

Macquitos was angry

he did not know what to do...

tried to stop the wedding...

turned the watch back,

tore the date...

- Charlie!

- Mrs. Frost?

A handheld or a dummy?

- We're both deaf!

- I hope you're right.

- Get out and tell them something.

- What do I say?

It does not seem to me!

Ladies and gentlemen

if you allow me...

We want Frost!

Thanks for honoring me, I

do not know what to say.

We want our money.

I know I have not paid

some accounts...

Two of my own have begun

to load the tents.

If I do not pay, I'll get it.

If I get it I will not be able to

to make a premiere...

and no one will be paid.

You have to leave me open!

It's not about money,

it's a matter of order.

Do not you want the money?

- The tax office will get it!

- You are magnanimous.

Look at these chums

girls! Open the curtain!

They work hard all of

them, they are all stars!

Think about their

career, please...

I came from America

to bring you their talent.

People are coming from all over the world

the world in your city.

- Awesome performance!

- She has another...

Please let me know

a little more.

- How long do you want?

- Give me three days.

- We'll give you 48 hours.

- I love you all, thank you.

You are wonderful, thank you.

Kids, rehearse tomorrow

in the morning at ten o'clock.

You did not dance

well, leave now.

We did not dance well

because we do not eat.

The artists

he is not thinking about food.

I do not want to say it to Mr. Frost

but we have to pay...

- You have no faith?

- I have faith, I have no hope!

- Can I talk to you?

- Tomorrow my dear.

You went to stop them,

get the shit out!

- Did you load them?

- Do not you see?

The naive tells you

go back inside.

- We're done!

- Please, Philis!

There was no money either

organization, it's all a mess!

- Calm down my love.

- Find another star!

- The Philadelphia pavement!

- I do not quite do that!

- What is it, Mr. Frost?

- Now we do not have a star!

- We do not have a star!

- Are you a parrot?

I will make a premiere and I will not have

neither star nor money!

- We need a miracle!

- And we'll find it!

- Good morning, ladies.

- Hello Mrs. Erikis.

- Want your feet?

- We did not want to hear anything.

Your kindness, but you do not

pay for 2 weeks.

- We'll pay you.

- You have no faith?

You were on the show

before you come...

I have done them myself, do not

interfere with our relationship.

I have two tickets

for the premiere.

You have already given me half

first row, thank you.

We invoke your dedication

in Edinburgh...

people from all over the world are

coming to your wonderful city.

- You will come to us!

- Okay, you won!

I forgot to tell you that

you have a visitor back.

- Who is he?

- From the motif, he wants money.

My dude was coming in here

when it was late in the evenings.

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Valmond Maurice "Val" Guest (11 December 1911 – 10 May 2006) was an English film director and screenwriter. Beginning as a writer (and later director) of comedy films, he is best known for his work for Hammer, for whom he directed 14 films, and science fiction films. He enjoyed a long career in the film industry from the early 1930s until the early 1980s. more…

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