Harmony Row is a 1933 Australian musical comedy directed by F. W. Thring and Raymond Longford and starring popular stage comedian George Wallace. It marked the film debut of Bill Kerr.


George enlists in the police force and is assigned to Harmony Row, a haunt of criminals such as Slogger Lee. He makes several friends, including the pretty street musician Molly, and boy soprano Leonard. He is persuaded to fight Slogger Lee in a boxing tournament. He manages to defeat Slogger and win, and is united with Molly.

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    director Francis William Thring Raymond Longford
    genre comedy
    keywords box police force street musician
    producer F. W. Thring
    productionCompany Efftee Studios
    publisher Universal Pictures
    theme musical comedy