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Let Me Explain, Dear

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Genre  Comedy
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Language  English
Produced by  John Maxwell
Country  United Kingdom
Let Me Explain, Dear movie poster
Director  Gene Gerrard Frank Miller
Release date  1932
Based on  the play by Walter Ellis
Writer  Walter Ellis (play), Gene Gerrard, Frank Miller
Directors  Gene Gerrard, Frank Miller
Cinematography  Walter J. Harvey, Horace Wheddon
Cast  Gene Gerrard (George Hunter), Viola Lyel (Angela Hunter), Claude Hulbert (Cyril Merryweather), Jane Carr (Mamie), Hal Gordon (Parrott)
Similar movies  The Flanagan Boy (1953), A Stranger Came Home (1954), The Last Page (1952), Face the Music (1954), Dandy Dick (1935)

Let Me Explain, Dear is a 1932 British comedy film directed by Gene Gerrard and Frank Miller and starring Gerrard, Viola Lyel and Claude Hulbert. It was adapted from the play A Little Bit of Fluff by Walter Ellis. It was made by British International Pictures.

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Plot summary

A man tries to fake an accident in order to claim insurance money, but things soon go awry.

Cast

  • Gene Gerrard - George Hunter
  • Viola Lyel - Angela Hunter
  • Claude Hulbert - Cyril Merryweather
  • Jane Carr - Mamie
  • Amy Veness - Aunt Fanny
  • Henry B. Longhurst - Dr. Coote
  • Hal Gordon - Parrott
  • C. Denier Warren - Jeweller
  • Reginald Bach - Taxi Driver
  • References

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