Mister Hobo (1935)

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George Arliss plays Spike an elegant British tramp who is accidentally mistaken for a member of the Rothschild family and made a bank director.


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30 December 2016 | malcolmgsw
| Arliss shines as usual
George Arliss was one of the most unlikely film stars ever.He became a star in his sixties as a result of his star turn as Disraeli.He was given the honour of being called "Mr".Though for some reason he was never given a knighthood,maybe because he spent so much time in film studios.This film was atypical of his roles in that he was not playing the leading player in a biopic.However as in most of his films he is helping to extricate people from problems that are not of their making.Here the obnoxious villain is played by Frank Cellier.By the time this film was made Arliss was almost at the end of his career which would end in 1937 with Doctor Syn.

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