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It's a King

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Directed by  Jack Raymond
Initial release  1933
Produced by  Herbert Wilcox
Release date  1933
Director  Jack Raymond
Written by  Paul England Claude Hulbert Bert Lee Jack Marks R.P. Weston
Starring  Sydney Howard Joan Maude Cecil Humphreys
Music by  Lew Stone Harris Weston
Distributed by  Woolf & Freedman Film Service
Production company  British and Dominions Imperial Studios
Cinematography  Freddie Young, Cyril Bristow
Cast  Sydney Howard, Joan Maude, Cecil Humphreys
Similar  The King of Paris, Where's George?, Sorrell and Son, Come Out of the Pantry, French Leave

It's a King is a 1933 British comedy film directed by Jack Raymond and starring Sydney Howard, Joan Maude and Cecil Humphreys. It was made at Elstree Studios by the producer Herbert Wilcox's British and Dominions company.



Farce in which insurance agent Albert King is discovered to be the exact double of the king of Helgia, and even has his name in reverse (King Albert). Insurance man Albert enjoys a romance with a princess, before finally saving the King from assassination by anarchists.


  • Sydney Howard as Albert King / King Albert
  • Joan Maude as Princess Yasma
  • Cecil Humphreys as Count Yendoff
  • George De Warfaz as Colonel Brandt
  • Arthur Goullet as Leader
  • Franklyn Bellamy as Salvatore
  • Bela Berkes as Himself
  • Lew Stone as Himself
  • References

    It's a King Wikipedia

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