1937. Comedy directed by Bernard Vorhaus. Stars Will Fyffe, Stanley Holloway & Jimmy Hanley. Rival cotton mill owners work together to win a contract when love blossoms between the rival's siblings.

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Bill Todcastle
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Sam Owen
Mary Lawson ...
Joan Todcastle
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Jack Owen
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Margaret Owen
Marcelle Rogez ...
Zita De La Rue
C. Denier Warren ...
Joseph Cotter (as Denier Warren)
D.J. Williams ...
Thompson
Syd Courtenay ...
The Mayor
Syd Crossley ...
Shearman
Elsie Wagstaff ...
Emily
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Gaoler
Mike Johnson ...
Hawkins
Sam Wilkinson ...
Entwistle
Doris Bowers ...
Cotton Queen (Bolton)
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1937. Comedy directed by Bernard Vorhaus. Stars Will Fyffe, Stanley Holloway & Jimmy Hanley. Rival cotton mill owners work together to win a contract when love blossoms between the rival's siblings.

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11 October 1937 (UK)  »

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Crying Out Loud  »

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Opening credits cast list includes Doris Bowers, Cotton Queen (Bolton), Edna Taylor, Ex-Cotton Queen (Oldham) and 18 Finalists. See more »

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When Cotton was king
15 November 2008 | by (london) – See all my reviews

This comedy from the 1930s is more of a historical document for it shows an industry still at its height .Many scenes are set in the factories so we see many of the industrial processes.On the entertainment side much of the story is typical stereotypes of the times.Will Fyffe playing a canny Scotsman and Stanley Holloway playing a doughty Lancastrian.There is Jimmy Hanley as the juvenile interest.Now what is he,a southerner doing in a Lancashire mill?We also have Gibson Gowland of "Greed" fame no less in a bit part.For anyone interested in British films of then 30s this film is a must.It still has some entertainment value.Produced by Joe Rock who made many interesting films in the 30s.


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