Director Tom Walls
Producer Michael Balcon
Country United Kingdom
Music director Jack Beaver
|Release date December 1933|
Writer Ben Travers (play), Ben Travers (screenplay)
Cast Tom Walls (Max Wheeler), Ralph Lynn (David Winterton), Dorothy Hyson (Rose Adair), Robertson Hare (Edwin Stoatt), Mary Brough (Mrs. Gather), Norma Varden (Ernestine Stoatt)
Similar movies The Big Parade (1925), Dishonour Bright (1936), Tom Jones (1963), Doctor Syn, Red Ensign (1934)
Dorothy hyson sings sun in my eyes from turkey time film 1933
Turkey Time is a 1933 British comedy film directed by Tom Walls and starring Walls, Ralph Lynn, Robertson Hare and Dorothy Hyson. A group of guests come to stay with the Stoatt family in the seaside town of Eden Bay for Christmas. They soon become involved with an impoverished concert performer whose innocent presence in the house leads to a series of misunderstandings. It was adapted from the 1931 play Turkey Time by Ben Travers, one of the Aldwych Farces.
The film was part of a successful series of screen adaptations of the Aldwych Farces throughout the 1930s that had begun with Rookery Nook in 1930. It was made by British Gaumont, the second film the actors had made with that studio after switching from Herbert Wilcox's British & Dominions Film Corporation. The screenplay was written by Ben Travers, adapted from his own play. The German Alfred Junge worked as art director.
ReferencesTurkey Time (film) Wikipedia
Turkey Time (film) IMDb Turkey Time (film) themoviedb.org