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Initial release  June 22, 1940
Running time  1h 3m
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Director  Alfred J. Goulding
Genre  Comedy
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Writer  Monty Banks, Warren Chetham Strode, Alfred J. Goulding, F. Dawson Gratrix (novel), Joan Morgan
Cast  Claude Hulbert (Bob Bennett), Monty Banks (Orban), Princess Pearl (Bunny), Sally Gray (Miss America), Tully Comber (Cosmo)
Similar movies  Should Men Walk Home? (1927)

Olympic Honeymoon is a 1940 British comedy film directed by Alfred J. Goulding and starring Claude Hulbert, Monty Banks and Princess Pearl. The screenplay concerns a British honeymooner visiting Switzerland, who is mistaken for a leading ice hockey player and is enlisted to play for the England national team. It was based on the novel He and Ski by F. Dawson Gratrix and is sometimes known by the alternative title Honeymoon Merry-Go-Round.

Partial cast

  • Claude Hulbert - Bob Bennett
  • Monty Banks - Orban
  • Princess Pearl - Bunny
  • Sally Gray - Miss America
  • Tully Comber - Cosmo
  • References

    Olympic Honeymoon Wikipedia
    Olympic Honeymoon themoviedb.org Olympic Honeymoon IMDb


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