Synopsis by Hal Erickson
This first film version of Allen Raine's semi-satirical novel The Welsh Singer was filmed in England with an Anglo-American cast and crew. Hollywood's Florence Turner stars as Mifanwy, a Welsh shepherdess with a powerful singing voice. Mifanwy's sweetheart is shepherd Leuan (played by Henry Edwards, who also directed), who in his spare time dabbles in sculpting. Eventually, both Mifanwy and Leuan achieve fame and fortune, but several roadblocks stand in their way before they can achieve marital happiness. In addition to co-starring and directing the picture, Henry Edwards co-wrote the script with Florence Turner's business partner, director Larry Trimble.
opera, sculpture, shepherd, songwriter, stars [celebrities]