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Lucky Girl (1932)

Gene Gerrard stars as the king of a tiny European country who has a night out at the home of an English duke, falling in love with his daughter after being mistaken for a jewel thief.

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Reginald Berkeley (play), Douglas Furber (adapted from the musical comedy) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Gene Gerrard ... Stephan Gregorovitch
Molly Lamont ... Lady Moira
Gus McNaughton ... Hudson E. Greener
Spencer Trevor ... Duke Hugo
Toni Edgar-Bruce Toni Edgar-Bruce ... Duchess Amelia
Hal Gordon Hal Gordon ... Police Constable
Frank Stanmore Frank Stanmore ... Mullins
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ian Fleming ... Lord Henry
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Gene Gerrard stars as the king of a tiny European country who has a night out at the home of an English duke, falling in love with his daughter after being mistaken for a jewel thief.

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Quotes

Stephan Gregorovitch: You know I don't drink, smoke or chase women.
Lady Moira: You sound almost too perfect.
Stephan Gregorovitch: Not really, I'm a shocking liar!
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Karoslavia
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Written by Idris Lewis
Sung by male chorus
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Quite amusing if you can get past the start
18 October 2020 | by wilvramSee all my reviews

Started to watch this a while back but gave up after a first ten minutes of pure inanity. Having enjoyed another Gene Gerrard comedy, It's A Bet, thought I'd give it another try, and it turned out to be a wafer-light B.I.P. farce of the time with well-timed comical situations and some amusing dialogue. Gerrard is an English playboy who somehow becomes a reluctant king of Europe's smallest country aided and abetted by Gus McNaughton as his American financial advisor who talks in catchphrases and lives on peanuts. Most of the action takes place in the home of an English duke and the king falls for his daughter (Molly Lamont) being relieved the tiny country has been bought for use as 'a dirt track'.


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 September 1932 (USA) See more »

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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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