Based on Aimee Stuart's play. Little Scots girl decides to use her inheritance for a "grand tour" of the Continent.

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(screenplay), (additional dialogue) (as Aimee Stuart) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Barbara Mullen ...
Jeannie McLean
Wilfrid Lawson ...
James McLean
Gus McNaughton ...
Angus Whitelaw
Phyllis Stanley ...
Mrs. Whitelaw
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Stanley Smith
Percy Walsh ...
French Customs Man
Albert Lieven ...
Count Erich von Wittgenstein
Kay Hammond ...
Margaret
Edward Chapman ...
Mr. Jansen
Hilda Bayley ...
Mrs. Jansen
Marjorie Fielding ...
Mrs. Murdoch
Philip Godfrey ...
Reataurant Car Man
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Laundry Girl
Joss Ambler ...
Proprietor
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Mathilda
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Based on Aimee Stuart's play. Little Scots girl decides to use her inheritance for a "grand tour" of the Continent.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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6 September 1941 (UK)  »

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Girl in Distress  »

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1.37 : 1
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The earliest documented telecast of this film occurred Saturday 22 April 1944 on New York City's pioneer television station WNBT (Channel 1). See more »


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The Blue Danube
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Music by Johann Strauss
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Sweet-natured little romantic comedy
12 February 2002 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Quaint, veddy British (with requisite dodgy Scottish accents) romance. Michael Redgrave may be one of the most attractive male film actors of all: his performances are soft and safe, even pudgy of character, but at the same time he's always pursuing the girl, and he's always amusing and amused, charming and bloody nice. He's as exquisite in this as he was in The Lady Vanishes, but this is a much lesser film. It's worth seeing for him, and for the ending, which goes the way you'd want it to go.


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