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Song o' My Heart

Song o' My Heart(1930)

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"John McCormack brings his attractive personality and marvelous voice to the screen in a tale full of tender pathos, fine humor delivered in rich brogue, and delightful settings. The outstanding moments in the film are those in which he sings, of course, and his voice loses none of its richness and charm in the recording. The story, laid principally in a lovely little Irish village, is a simple one telling of a talented singer who years before had given up his career when the woman he loves was forced to marry a wealthy man. He finds happiness in being able to help her children when their father deserts them." ( National Board of Review Magazine , Apr 1930, p20.)