Land Without Music

Land Without Music is a 1936 British comedy film directed by Walter Forde and starring Richard Tauber, Diana Napier and Jimmy Durante. It was made at Denham Studios. The film was one of a number of operetta films made in Britain during the decade.


After discovering that her state is penniless because its citizens spend their time making music instead of money, a European Grand Duchess bans music in her domains. A New York journalist conspires with rogues to stage a concert.

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    contentLocation Europe
    director Walter Forde
    editor Lynn Harrison
    genre comedy historical
    keywords discover
    musicBy Oscar Straus
    producer Max Schach
    productionCompany Capitol Film Corporation
    publisher General Film Distributors
    theme musical musical comedy operetta