TV-G | | Comedy, Romance
Lovable rogue Willie Hale (Ronald Colman) has frittered away another fortune in British East Africa, so he auctions off his belongings and returns to England
The film's original director was Irving Cummings with Dorothy being played by Constance Cummings. After some scenes were shot, George Fitzmaurice replaced Cummings as director, and Loretta Young took over the role of Dorothy, with all previous scenes re-shot.
Here it is half-past nine and not a sign of him.
Dorothy Hope: Have you called the police?
Lord Leland: Do you know Master Willie?
Dorothy Hope: No, I've never met him.
Lord Leland: Well, if you had, you'd know telephoning a policeman's wife would be more effective.
Boom microphone shadow is unmistakable in a number of interior scenes toward the beginning of the film.
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