Barry Mackay


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Christmas Carol, A (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Cratchit's Sons Opening credits and first scene, in which ever-so decent Fred (Barry MacKay) meets Tim (Terry Kilburn) and Peter (John O'Day), sons of Bob, who works for his Uncle Scrooge, in MGM's A Christmas Carol, 1938.
Christmas Carol, A (1938) -- (Movie Clip) My Name Is Scrooge Nephew Fred (Barry MacKay) is bidding farewell to Cratchit (Gene Lockhart) when two do-gooders (Halliwell Hobbes, Charles Coleman) solicit Scrooge (Reginald Owen) in MGM's A Christmas Carol, 1938.
Evergreen (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Springtime In Your Heart For the benefit of London director Benn (Sonnie Hale), inept PR man Tommy (Barry Mackay) and ex-showgirl Maudie (Betty Balfour) reveal Jessie Matthews, claiming she’s the star Harriet Green he knew back in the day, rather than her daughter, song by Harry M. Woods, in Evergreen, 1934.
Evergreen (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Dancing On The Ceiling In her London Art Deco flat, British superstar Jessie Matthews as West End theater star “Harriet” (part of a complicated story in which she’s claiming to be her own mother) with a Rodgers and Hart tune from the original stage production, in Evergreen, 1934, from British-Gaumont studios.
Evergreen (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Today's My Lucky Day After the prologue, Jessie Matthews as the daughter of a West End star who abandoned showbiz and gave her up for adoption, at an audition, Jessie’s husband Sonnie Hale the director, Marjorie Brooks his leading lady, Barry Mackay the witty PR man, in the British musical Evergreen, 1934.