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Arent We All (film)

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Initial release  March 1932
Running time  1h 20m
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Director  Harry Lachman
Genre  Comedy
Writer  Frederick Lonsdale (play), Basil Mason, Gilbert Wakefield
Related Harry Lachman movies  Dr Renaults Secret (1942), Baby Take a Bow (1934), It Happened in Hollywood (1937), Charlie Chan in Rio (1941)

Arent We All? is a 1932 British comedy film directed by Harry Lachman and starring Gertrude Lawrence, Hugh Wakefield and Owen Nares. It is based on the play Arent We All? by Frederick Lonsdale.

Cast

  • Gertrude Lawrence - Margot
  • Hugh Wakefield - Lord Grenham
  • Owen Nares - Willie
  • Wallace Geoffrey - Robert Kent
  • Harold Huth - Karl Van der Hyde
  • Marie Lohr - Lady Frinton
  • Renee Gadd - Kitty Lake
  • Emily Fitzroy - Angela
  • Aubrey Mather - Vicar
  • References

    Arent We All? (film) Wikipedia


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