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They called her the Forces Sweetheart. During the Second World War, Vera Lynn was Britain's most popular female entertainer. Her poignant, bittersweet songs captured alike the hearts of those away fighting and those left behind on the Home Front.
During those war years, Vera Lynn also made three wonderful musicals for Columbia Pictures. Rarely seen, these three very special films have been rediscovered in the film archives and are now available to own for the veryfirst time...
We'll Meet Again: Humble chorus line dancer Peggy Brown (Vera Lynn) is discovered by the BBC and gets her own radio show - but she proves unlucky in love when the soldier she hopes loves her (Donald Gray) falls for her best friend Ruth (Patricia Roc) instead. Songs: Be Like The Kettle And Sing, Ave Maria, All The World Sings A Lullaby, I'm Yours Sincerely, We'll Meet Again, After The Rain (With Geraldo & His Orchestra).
Rhythm Serenade: While converting a big empty house for evacuee children, Ann Martin (Vera Lynn) Ann stumbles upon a mysterious stranger who may be a conscientious objector - or a German spy! Songs: The Sunshine Of Your Smile, Home Sweet Home Again, I Love To Sing, Bye And Bye, So It Goes On, With All My Heart and It Doesn't Cost A Dime.
One Exciting Night: In wartime London, Vera gets mistaken for the girlfriend of a famous composer and invited to sing at a charity gala - but criminals chasing a precious Rembrandt painting might just spoil her big night! Songs: It's Like Old Times, There's A New World Over the Skyline, One Love, My Prayer, You Can't Do Without Love and It's So Easy To Say Good Morning (with Bert Ambrose).
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