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Stormy Weather (1935)

 -  August 1935 (UK)
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Cast overview:
Tom Walls ...
Sir Duncan Craggs
Ralph Lynn ...
Mr. Raymond Penny
Yvonne Arnaud ...
Louise Craggs
Robertson Hare ...
Mr. Bullock
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Mrs. Dulcie Bullock
Andrews Engelmann ...
Count Polotsky
Davy Burnaby ...
Veronica Rose ...
Trixie Merritt
Stella Moya ...
Moya
Gordon James ...
Salt Jasper
Louis Bradfield ...
Lacey
Fewlass Llewellyn ...
Pullman
Peter Gawthorne ...
Police Inspector
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Mr. Penny: Don't argue with me. Attend to your job. What are you supposed to be doing?
Office Boy: Sticking these bits of paper into this here book.
Mr. Penny: Oh. What are they?
Office Boy: I don't know. I thought you did.
Mr. Penny: Don't be impertinent. Of course I do.
[Addresses secretary]
Mr. Penny: What are all these things he's got here, Miss Corker?
Secretary: I suppose they're entries for the ledger.
Mr. Penny: Don't be absurd. The Leger was run last month.
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My Song of the Nile
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Written by Al Bryan and George W. Meyer
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Don't miss it
18 April 2000 | by (Canberra, Australia) – See all my reviews



This film is wonderful. Wacky, politically incorrect and more risque than you might expect from a movie from this era.

Tom Walls who plays Sir Duncan Craggs and also directed is a comic genius. Don't miss it.


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