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The Man from Toronto (1933)

 -  Comedy | Romance  -  1933 (UK)
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Credited cast:
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Leslie Farrar
Ian Hunter ...
Fergus Wimbush
Frederick Kerr ...
Bunston
Ben Field ...
Jonathan
Margaret Yarde ...
Mrs. Hubbard
Kathleen Harrison ...
Martha
George Turner ...
Povey
Herbert Lomas ...
Jake
Laurence Hanray ...
Duncan
Kenneth Kove ...
Vicar
Sybil Grove ...
Vicar's Wife
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Percy Parsons ...
Hogbin
Bill Shine ...
Butcher's Delivery Boy (as Billy Shine)
George Zucco ...
Squire
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A joyously exciting romance of a legacy with a 'catch' in it!

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a glimpse of life in 1933
5 October 2003 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

A fairly simple and predictable love story vehicle for Jessie Matthews. I found it watchable as a slice of life in 1933. What it might have been like living in a village where everybody knew each others business and rumors spread like wild fire. I liked seeing a village parade complete with brass bands and floats. It was interesting to see manual phone exchanges with switch board operators connecting overseas calls and cars starting to gain a foothold. A bit of visual history with an agreeable story line.


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