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This film was made by Edward Black at Islington Studios for 20th Century Fox.Fox had a substantial interest in Gaumont British and when the Gaumont studios had a financial crisis in the late 1930s Fox used their studios to make films which would qualify for their Quota.Clearly the studios must have been very small as many of the sets looked very cramped and generally poverty stricken.The film itself is very much like this being little more than a hand me down of lots of clichés.There is very little in this film that is original.It is difficult to understand why Will Fyffe would have been considered worthy of being considered the leading part.Whilst he might have appealed to Scottish audiences it is doubtful that this would have gone anywhere south of the border.So not really up to a great deal.
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