In 1793, Kitty Bellairs rides into the English seaside resort of Bath...and into a whirlwind of romance with a bashful lord and a dashing highwayman. Add duels, disguises, a kidnapping, a jealous husband, a bounty of saucy tunes and a confectioner's shop of white powdered wigs and Kitty has all the adventure a pretty and flirtatious miss could hope for.
Claudia Dell (the model for the first Columbia Pictures logo) and Walter Pidgeon headline this frothy operetta. Originally shot in color, Sweet Kitty Bellairs now exists only in black and white, relying on its sparkling cast, story and songs for vividness. Tally Ho! for stylish Early Talkie Era fun.
This historical drama, set in 18th-century England, chronicles the romance between a free-spirited coquette and a highwayman. They meet when the lass goes on vacation to Bath. Music and romantic mayhem ensue. Songs include: "Tally-Ho," "Highwayman Song," "Song of the City of Bath," "Drunk Song," "Pump Song," "Dueling Song," "My Love," "You-oo, I Love You," and "Peggy's Leg."
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