I'm an Explosive (1933)

| Comedy | 1933 (UK)
The son of an inventor accidentally drinks an explosive liquid.

Director:

Adrian Brunel

Writers:

Adrian Brunel, Gordon Phillips (novel)
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William Hartnell ... Edward Whimperley
Gladys Jennings Gladys Jennings ... Anne Pannell
Eliot Makeham ... Prof. Whimperly
D.A. Clarke-Smith D.A. Clarke-Smith ... Lord Ferndale
Sybil Grove Sybil Grove ... Miss Harriman
Harry Terry Harry Terry ... Mould
George Dillon George Dillon ... Shilling
Adele Blanche Adele Blanche ... French Girl
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The son of an inventor accidentally drinks an explosive liquid.

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

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1933 (UK) See more »

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Mono

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1.37 : 1
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William Hartnell was one of the greatest English actors Ever!
2 July 2002 | by Kyle ReeseSee all my reviews

Although this movie is rather old, what makes it still watchable is the endearing performance by William Hartnell, perhaps best known for his roles in Doctor Who and Carry On Sergeant. Hartnell was a true gem in British Film and Television history. Some say he was hard to work with, but many say he was a true professional and loved his work. I would personally agree with the latter, as that interpretation shines through his work in this film!


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