|Directed by||Gordon Wellesley|
|Produced by||George Formby |
|Written by||Basil Woon |
|Starring||Vera Lynn |
|Music by||Harry Bidgood|
|Cinematography||Geoffrey Faithfull |
|Edited by||Alan Jaggs|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|11 October 1943|
It was shot at the Riverside Studios in Hammersmith. The film's sets were designed by the art director George Provis. It was made by the British subsidiary of Columbia Pictures. George Formby, then under contract to Columbia, served as associate producer on the film.
A teacher goes to work organising a nursery for a munitions factory. She establishes one at a cottage and has a romance with the owner.
- Vera Lynn as Ann Martin
- Peter Murray-Hill as John Drover
- Julien Mitchell as Mr. Jimson
- Charles Victor as Mr. Martin
- Jimmy Jewel as Jimmy Martin
- Ben Warriss as Ben Martin
- Joss Ambler as Mr. Preston
- Rosalyn Boulter as Monica Jimson
- Betty Jardine as Helen
- Irene Handl as Mrs. Crumbling
- Lloyd Pearson as Mr. Simkins
- Jimmy Clitheroe as Joey
- Joan Kemp-Welch as Bit part
- Aubrey Mallalieu as Vicar
- Leslie Phillips as Soldier
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- RHYTHM SERENADE (Columbia) Picture Show; London Vol. 47, Iss. 1221, (Oct 9, 1943): 10.
- FILM NOTES OUR CINEMA CORRESPONDENT. The Irish Times 17 Jan 1944: 3.