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The Captain's Table (1936)

A passenger is murdered on board an ocean going liner and suspicion falls all too neatly upon her husband.

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Complete credited cast:
Louis Goodrich ...
Captain Henderson
Mark Daly ...
Saunders (as Mark Daley)
Philip Brandon ...
Eric Manning
Marian Spencer ...
Ruth Manning
Daphne Courtney ...
Mary Vaughn
Eric Lugg ...
Richard Vaughn
Arthur Webb ...
Doctor Russell
R. Steuart West ...
Joseph Gordon
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Inspector Mooney
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John Brooke
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A passenger is murdered on board an ocean going liner and suspicion falls all too neatly upon her husband.

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Crime | Drama

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November 1936 (UK)  »

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(RCA Photophone)

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1.37 : 1
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Richard Vaughn: Of all the boats that cross the Atlantic, Eric Manning had to be on this one.
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Captain to Steward "You're a fool, Sanders". Steward: "Thank you Sir!"
19 October 2015 | by (London) – See all my reviews

Important to note that this a comic murder mystery, rather tongue in cheek. It is more entertaining, competently done with higher production values (cast of 50!) than some well-known-cast "quota quickies" and post quota (post 1960) minor British features. Quota films included the great Alexander Korda Leviathons - Korda had been attracted to Britain because of the financial and audience guarantees. An interesting piece challenging the "myth" of the quota quickie is at www.britishpictures.com/articles/quota.htm

I think a 1936 audience would have regarded this as a reasonable evening's entertainment, worth a full 1/9d A 5.5

Seen on Talking Pictures TV, Freeview ch81, 18th Oct 2015


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