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I Lived with You (1933)

 -  Comedy | Romance  -  14 June 1933 (UK)
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In London a young lady meets a homeless and apparently penniless Russian prince. She introduces him to her middle-class Fulham family and he moves in. It turns out he still has a number of ... See full summary »

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Prince Felix Lenieff
Ursula Jeans ...
Gladys Wallis
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Ada Wallis
Minnie Rayner ...
Mrs. Wallis
Eliot Makeham ...
Mr. Wallis
Cicely Oates ...
Flossie Williams (as Cecily Oates)
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Mort
Beryl Harrison ...
Miss Violet Bradshaw
Douglas Beaumont ...
Albert Wallis
Molly Fisher ...
May Sawley (as Mollie Fisher)
Victor Bogetti ...
Thornton
Davina Craig ...
Maggie
Hannah Jones ...
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Agnes Imlay ...
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Maud Buchanan ...
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In London a young lady meets a homeless and apparently penniless Russian prince. She introduces him to her middle-class Fulham family and he moves in. It turns out he still has a number of diamonds given him by the last czar, and he is persuaded to start selling them. The resulting money, and his princely notoriety, soon cause changes in everyone's lives. Written by Jeremy Perkins <jwp@aber.ac.uk>

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dodgy accents and vanishing characters!
16 August 2000 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Despite the reservations one has to have when a Russian prince has a Welsh accent barely disguised and a character disappears after a couple of scenes (young Albert the son takes 10 shillings to place a deposit on a wireless and is never seen again), this film is really sweet and extremely funny. To those of us who are familiar with Novello as a composer of luscious melodies of the likes of We'll Gather Lilacs it shows a new side to his genius. Great fun, especially the ladies' tea party and the early scenes in Hampton Court Maze.


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