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The Morals of Marcus

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Country  United Kingdom
Director  Miles Mander
Language  English
Writer  William John Locke, Guy Bolton, H. Fowler Mear, Miles Mander
Release date  1935

The Morals of Marcus is a 1935 British comedy film directed by Miles Mander and starring Lupe Vélez, Ian Hunter and Adrianne Allen. The screenplay concerns an archaeologist who finds a woman hiding in his luggage who has escaped from a harem and they eventually fall in love and marry. The Morals of Marcus was previously filmed twice as silents in 1915 with Marie Doro and in 1921 with May McAvoy.

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Production

It was based on the novel The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne by William John Locke and was filmed at Twickenham Studios. It was part of the producer Julius Hagen's ambitious programme of film production at Twickenham. Hagen brought in Vélez, a leading Mexican actress, to give the film greater international appeal.

Main cast

  • Lupe Vélez as Carlotta
  • Ian Hunter as Sir Marcus Ordeyne
  • Adrianne Allen as Judith
  • Noel Madison as Tony Pasquale
  • J.H. Roberts as Butler
  • References

    The Morals of Marcus Wikipedia


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