WriterAlexander George (scenario) Release dateMarch 1939 CastIan Fleming (Frank Hardy), Howard Douglas (Fane), W.T. Hodge (Vigor), Charles Paton (Rev. Fanshawe), Grace Arnold (Mrs. Hardy), Alastair Hunter (John Hardy) ScreenplayGeorge A. Cooper, Alexander George ProducersBernard Smith, Widgey R. Newman
Men Without Honour is a 1939 British crime film directed by Widgey R. Newman and starring Ian Fleming, Howard Douglas and Grace Arnold. The film was made at Bushey Studios, as a low-budget B film designed to go on the bottom-half of a double bill.
A disgraced lawyer ends up working for a gang of share-pushers. He becomes outraged when he discovers that they are scamming his son's prospective father-in-law and eventually unmasks the villains with the help of the police.