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Clive of India (1935) Poster

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Co-star Colin Clive was in fact a real-life descendent of Clive of India.
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Film debut of Don Ameche.
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Although not specifically stated in the credits, the movie was based on the 1931 book, "Clive" by R.J. Minney and the 1933 play "Clive of India" by W.P. Lipscomb and Minney. The play opened in Great Hucklow, Derbyshire, England, UK, on 27 March 1933. Darryl F. Zanuck saw the play in London, bought the rights and brought the two authors to Hollywood to write the screenplay.
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Douglas Gerrard had the role of Lt. Walsh but was replaced by Pat Somerset after six days of shooting.
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