GenreComedy, Musical ProducerBasil Dean CountryUnited Kingdom
Release date10 February 1938 (1938-02-10) WriterAnthony Kimmins, Austin Melford CastGeorge Formby (George Bright), Kay Walsh (Judy Gaye), Betty Stockfeld (Mrs. Diana Hunter), Cyril Ritchard (Paul Martine), Garry Marsh (Tim Galloway), Frederick Burtwell (Detective) Similar moviesRelated Anthony Kimmins movies
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I See Ice is a 1938 British comedy film directed by Anthony Kimmins and starring George Formby, Kay Walsh and Betty Stockfeld. The film depicts the adventures of a photographer working for a London newspaper. It features the songs "In My Little Snapshot Album", "Noughts And Crosses" and "Mother What'll I Do Now".
The farcical adventures of a prop man (George Formby) with a touring ice ballet. Inventing a new sort of candid camera in his spare time, and concealing it in a bow-tie, our hero gets into a mess of trouble when he takes an incriminating photo of an important man; pulls a communication cord; winds up in jail; referees a hockey match; finds himself in a stage show dressed as a cosack; woos an attractive young ice skater (Kay Walsh); and eventually wins a job on a newspaper.
George Formby as George Bright
Kay Walsh as Judy Gaye
Betty Stockfeld as Mrs. Hunter
Cyril Ritchard as Paul Martine
Garry Marsh as Galloway
Frederick Burtwell as Detective
Ernest Sefton as Outhwaite
Gavin Gordon as Night Club Singer
Ernest Jay as Theater Manager
Andreas Malandrinos as Lotus Club Manager
Gordon McLeod as Lord FeiMead
Archibald Batty as Colonel Hunter
Elliott Mason as Mother on Train
Hal Erickson wrote in Allmovie that although the film is "well directed and exceptionally well cast (Kay Walsh and Cyril Ritchard appear in support), I See Ice wouldn't amount to a hill of beans without the presence of the ebullient Formby, who halts the action every once in a while for one of his unsubtly risque comic songs. Not surprisingly, the film was infinitely more popular as a "regional" than as a big-city attraction"/
Halliwell's Film Guide wrote, "fair star comedy with good production".
TV Guide wrote, " wild little comedy with Formby performing uproariously as usual."