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Producer  Aveling Ginever
Country  United Kingdom
Director  Norman Lee
Duration  
Language  English
Knights for a Day movie poster
Release date  March 1937
Writer  Frank Atkinson, Charles Bray
Directors  Norman Lee, Aveling Ginever
Screenplay  Frank Atkinson, Charles Bray, Aveling Ginever
Cast  Cathleen Nesbitt (Lady Agatha), John Garrick (Prince Nicholas of Datria), Fred Duprez (Custer), Nelson Keys (Bert Wrigley), Wyn Weaver (Lord Croke)
Similar movies  The Farmers Wife (1928), Bulldog Drummond at Bay (1937), Chamber of Horrors (1940)

Knights for a Day is a 1937 British comedy film directed by Norman Lee and starring Nelson Keys, John Garrick and Nancy Burne. It was made as a quota quickie at Welwyn Studios.

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Poster tagline

"A breezy British farce."

Synopsis

A man wins a car in a competition, and decides to tour round the country. He ends up assisting a prince who is being pursued by a gang of revolutionaries.

Cast

  • Nelson Keys as Bert Wrigley
  • John Garrick as Prince Nicholas of Datria
  • Nancy Burne as Sally Wrigley
  • Frank Atkinson as Timothy Trout
  • Cathleen Nesbitt as Lady Agatha
  • Billy Bray as Brandt
  • Fred Duprez as Custer
  • Gerald Barry as Krampf
  • Wyn Weaver as Lord Croke
  • Percy Walsh as Lord Southdown
  • References

    Knights for a Day Wikipedia
    Knights for a Day IMDb