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Sookey (Sue Lee) Roberts
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Bert Taverner (as Harry Wilcoxon)
Amy Veness ...
Old Sookey
A. Bromley Davenport ...
Duke of Alchester
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Paul Geneste
Charles Cullum ...
Lord Max Mariven
Ronald Ritchie ...
Alf Naylor
Doris Gilmore ...
Claudine
Harry Adnes ...
Roberts
Oriel Ross ...
Lady Poppy
Lola Duncan ...
Mrs. Stoach
Violet Hopson ...
Annie
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March 1932 (UK)  »

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1.37 : 1
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One of the "quota quickies" made to satisfy the 1927 Cinematograph Act, which required a certain percentage of films shown in the United Kingdom be produced there. See more »

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Creaky Quota Qicky
10 May 2014 | by (london) – See all my reviews

This quota quickie was made by George King at Walton Studios for release by United Artists.It is very poorly directed and at times it is difficult to know exactly what is happening.Particularly in the fight scene where it would appear that Louis Hayward kills Heather Angel's dad with one punch.STill she doesn't hold it against him.However she is subsequently blackmailed by an onlooker who witnessed the incident.So fortunately for her another friend takes care of the blackmailer so that Angel can marry Hayward,who wants to go into research rather than Harley Street.The studio looks very small and so we have the usual grouping of people together.One of the type of films that brought Quota Quickies such a bad name.


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