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Joy Ride (1935)

After their car breaks down, two men-about-town and their girlfriends are obliged to spend a night in a manor house owned by the fearsome Lady Clara.

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Harry Hughes

Writers:

Vernon Harris (story), Vernon Harris | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Gene Gerrard ... Bill Shepherd
Zelma O'Neal ... Virgy Maxwell
Betty Ann Davies ... Anne Maxwell
Paul Blake Paul Blake ... Dippy Shepherd
Gus McNaughton ... String
Violet Vanbrugh ... Jennie the Duchess
Cynthia Stock Cynthia Stock ... Selina Prune
Charles Sewell Charles Sewell ... Sir Aubrey Mutch-Twistleton
Amy Veness Amy Veness ... Lady Clara Mutch-Twistleton
W.G. Saunders W.G. Saunders ... Bishop
The Buddy Bradley Rhythm Girls The Buddy Bradley Rhythm Girls ... Night club dancers
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jeanne d'Arcy Jeanne d'Arcy ... Miss Ainsworth
Molly Hamley-Clifford Molly Hamley-Clifford ... Flossie
Vernon Harris Vernon Harris ... Mr. Wilkins
Robert MacLachlan Robert MacLachlan ... Sir Thomas Sellaby
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After their car breaks down, two men-about-town and their girlfriends are obliged to spend a night in a manor house owned by the fearsome Lady Clara.

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This is one of about three dozen British films picked up by CBS in 1949 for television presentation in New York City on WCBS (Channel 2). Its initial telecast took place Saturday 4 June 1949. Since this title had never been shown theatrically in the USA, this was also its USA premiere. See more »

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Tedious Derivative Farce
14 February 2012 | by malcolmgswSee all my reviews

This farce is mainly set in the ubiquitous country home where the local duchess is holding a fête.there are 2 young chorines who end up in a compromising position with the master of the house and one of the chorines manages to loose her memory and becomes a child aged about 5.So this film utilises every possible cliché that had been flogged to death by the Aldwych farces.The situations weren't that funny when they were originally presented and they are woefully unfunny in this film.there is a reasonable cast.I always enjoy an appearance by the peppy Zelma O 'Neill.She is always full of vim.alas she can do little to warm up these stale proceedings.The films only virtue is its brevity.


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 December 1935 (UK) See more »

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Mono (R.C.A. Photophone)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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