13th November 1943: British Cockney music hall comedian Tommy Trinder. Original Publication: Picture Post - 1577 - Jazz Jamboree In Full Swing - pub. 1943 (Photo by Kurt Hutton/Picture Post/Getty Images)
Fiddlers Three is a 1944 British black-and-white comedy with music. The film was produced by Michael Balcon and directed by Harry Watt. The cast included Tommy Trinder, Sonnie Hale, Frances Day, Francis L. Sullivan, Diana Decker and Elisabeth Welch. Making their film debuts were James Robertson Justice, and Kay Kendall near the bottom of the cast list, as the "Girl Who Asks About Her Future At Orgy". Directed by Harry Watt - Produced by Michael Balcon and Released by Ealing Distribution.