Everything Is Rhythm

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Everything Is Rhythm
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American poster
Directed by Alfred J. Goulding
Written byJack Byrd
Syd Courtenay
Produced by Joe Rock
Stanley Haynes
Starring Harry Roy
Dorothy Boyd
Clarissa Selwynne
Cinematography Ernest Palmer
Edited by Sam Simmonds
Music by Cyril Ray
Distributed by Associated British Film Distributors
Astor Pictures (US)
Release date
11 June 1936
Running time
73 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
Language English

Everything Is Rhythm is a 1936 British musical film directed by Alfred J. Goulding and starring Harry Roy, Princess Pearl and Dorothy Boyd. [1] It was shot at Elstree Studios near London. The film's sets were designed by the art director George Provis. It was released in America in 1940 by Astor Pictures.



A member of a band playing at a luxurious hotel falls in love with a princess staying there.


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