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Credited cast:
Brigitte Horney ...
Margarita de Guzman
Peter Haddon ...
David Grey
Jean Galland ...
Ignacio
Allan Jeayes ...
Don Pedro de Guzman
Gyles Isham ...
John Gilchrist
Hay Petrie ...
Orlando
Ivor Barnard ...
Mott
Minnie Rayner ...
Mrs. Blossom
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David Horne ...
2nd Captain
Ernest Jay
Charles Lloyd Pack ...
Man in train
Fred O'Donovan ...
McNail
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Vidal
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28 October 1936 (UK)  »

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Confusing Quota Quickie
29 June 2015 | by (london) – See all my reviews

I have to say that this is one of the most confusing films that i have ever seen.It starts off reasonably enough in Liverpool,and it seems to be something to do with the revolution in Spainand gun running.Peter Hadden plays the lead character and must be the most ineffectual lead ever.He plays it as one of what was termed "silly ass" characters which were common at that time.Because he has seen a murder he is kidnapped to Spain but manages to make his escape.However he is then involved in a train crash with the most awful model shots you could ever wish to see.The next minute he is back in England in someone elses clothes.The film goes downhill from there if it is possible into total incoherence.The director,Reginald Denham,was more a theatre director,and it looks as if he didn't have his heart in his work.


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