Info Page: Hear My Song

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Hear My Song

 

 

Date Added: 1st April 2021

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Warning: Only available until 31st March 2022
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Channel: Movie

Description:

(1991) Peter Chelsom's unashamedly romantic comedy stars Ned Beatty as Josef Locke, a 1950s singer with a voice that made women weep. Co-starring Adrian Dunbar.

 

Certificate:

Duration: 1hr 40m

 

Director: Peter Chelsom

 

Cast: Ned Beatty

 

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