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Cross My Heart (1937 film)

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Cinematography  Francis Carver
Genre  Drama
Writer  Basil Keys
Language  English
Director  Bernard Mainwaring
Produced by  Anthony Havelock-Allan
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Country  United Kingdom
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Release date  January 1937
Cast  Kenne Duncan, Kathleen Gibson, Aubrey Fitzgerald
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Cross My Heart is a 1937 British drama film directed by Bernard Mainwaring and starring Kathleen Gibson, Kenne Duncan and Tully Comber. It was made at Pinewood Studios as a quota quickie for release by Paramount Pictures.

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Plot

A woman turns a boarding house into a nightclub, but faces problems when it is raided by the police.

Cast

  • Kathleen Gibson as Sally Nichols
  • Kenne Duncan as Steve King
  • Tully Comber as Chesty Barlow
  • Aubrey Fitzgerald as The Major
  • Robert Field as Mabardi
  • Muriel Johnston as Miss Bly
  • Eric Hales as Mr. Bland
  • Sylvia Coleridge as Alice
  • Sam Blake as Snowball
  • Frank Tickle as Henry
  • References

    Cross My Heart (1937 film) Wikipedia
    Cross My Heart (1937 film) IMDb


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