Bobby, secretary to a wealthy man, falls for his niece Mike and with the help of an ex-collegian friend will try to help her get her legal rights back by robbing his employer's safe, in this vaudevillian British musical comedy.

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Bobby Howes ...
Booby Seymour
Constance Shotter ...
Mike
Arthur Riscoe ...
Conway Paton
Renée Macready ...
Stella Rees
Jimmy Godden ...
Henry Miller
Viola Tree ...
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Rev. James
Hal Gordon ...
PC
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Sullivan
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Bobby, secretary to a wealthy man, falls for his niece Mike and with the help of an ex-collegian friend will try to help her get her legal rights back by robbing his employer's safe, in this vaudevillian British musical comedy.

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December 1932 (UK)  »

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Date With an Angel
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Music by Joseph Tunbridge and Jack Waller
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3 May 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a mild drama/comedy about a silly young man who wants to help a heiress receive her power of attorney over her rude and feckless guardian. I viewed this film online and mostly to see if I could see Merle Oberon in a bit role. The acting ranges from sweet to over-the-top (especially Bobby Howes) especially with a running gag that grows tiresome after awhile. The leading lady is pleasant, but forgettable and there is nothing that will last in your memory. There is a sequence of drama but is actually a comedy of errors that keeps the ending from happening due to a silly misunderstanding. If you are a Merle Oberon fan, then you may want to see this film but if you can find her, good luck, for it is not too easy. The print and quality are good and clear, but no great shakes in the cinematic department of film.


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