This is a film I like very much. It is stylish and well-acted and the colour and titles are wonderfully 30-ish. It does turn into a bit of a travelogue, admittedly, but it is still charming. Michael Spoliansky's music is heart-lifting and Elizabeth Welch's cabaret song is all one could require. The film ends rather abruptly and I am not sure what moral it is teaching but that does not spoil my enjoyment. In the case of this physical DVD, however, I could not get the characters to speak in English so I sent it back and my payment was cheerfully refunded. I think that the film was made in 1937 but not released until 1940 - all before I was born in 1941.