Storm in a Teacup (1937)

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A local politician in Scotland tries to break the reporter who wrote a negative story about him, and who is also in love with his daughter.


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6 February 2016 | barrymn1
Brilliant comedy
I agree with most of the other reviews, but there's lots more brilliance that has not been mentioned. James Bridie take a very funny swipe at American 1930's slang (the new maid and a funny reply by the Lord Judge).

I don't think of this as being at all Capra-like. None of his films has this kind of snappy, clever satirical dialog.

I've come to really consider this film of the best British comedies of the 1930's.

The current (2013) DVD issue is part of "The Vivien Leigh Anniversary Collection" and is a really great print. Buy it and you'll see!

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Release Date:

25 February 1938


English, French

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