Would You Believe It! (1929)

  |  Comedy


An inventor who develops a tank that can be operated by remote control finds himself pursued by foreign agents who want the plans and the tank.



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26 November 2015 | gnok2002
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| Early Forde, worth a look.
I am adding reviews for all films I've seen that lack one, so here goes... Early Forde film in which he still appears in front of the camera, basically our hero, Britain's answer to Keaton & Chaplain, is an inventor, his new invention a radio controlled tank. Walter Forde is on my list of directors to view all his films, some of his stuff very good, this is a rather creaky early effort, but worth catching. I saw it 30 years ago on 9th Oct 1985 at the NFT in London UK, I recall they were doing a season of his films then, they also produced the only booklet on his work, another point of interest is that per my record the film ran 71 minutes, if I can find some supporting reference I will attempt to amend the running time here.

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Release Date:

24 February 1930

Language

None, English


Country of Origin

UK

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