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Foreign Affaires (1935)

 |  Comedy  |  21 November 1935 (UK)
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Upper class but broke, two British scroungers cause havoc in high society on the French Riviera.

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Tom Walls ...
Capt. the Hon. Archibald Gore
Ralph Lynn ...
Jefferson Darby
Robertson Hare ...
Mr. Hardy Hornett
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Mrs. Hardy Hornett
Marie Lohr ...
Mrs. Cope
Diana Churchill ...
Sophie
Cecil Parker ...
Lord Wormington
Kathleen Kelly ...
Millicent
Gordon James ...
Rope
Ivor Barnard ...
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Basil Radford ...
Basil Mallory
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Upper class but broke, two British scroungers cause havoc in high society on the French Riviera.

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Amusing story, but dated acting.
24 November 2001 | by (Melbourne, Australia) – See all my reviews

Revolving door farce with enough mixups, slipups misunderstandings, crafty schemes and chance encounters to provide a rich vein of comedy. But how acting styles have changed over time! The cast plays this one as if trying to communicate with a distant back row of seats in a large hall. To a modern screen audience this type of acting comes across as exaggerated melodrama (right down to the villainous moustache twirling!). All the same, if you can ignore the dated acting method there's some good fun here in the style of a PG Wodehouse novel.


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