Storm in a Teacup (1937)

Storm in a Teacup

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Directed by Ian Dalrymple, this comedy of manners is based on a German play, and is one of the lesser known pieces of Vivien Leigh and Rex Harrison's filmographies. Set in an old-fashioned Scottish town, Storm in a Teacup features Rex Harrison as an English newpaper reporter who has traveled north in order to take a job. Once there, he meets Victoria (Leigh), the daughter of Provost Gow (Cecil Parker), who happens to be one of the wealthiest legal figures in town. It isn't until he come across … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Directed By: ,
Written By: Bruno Frank, James Bridie, Ian Dalrymple, Donald Bull
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as Victoria Gow

as Frank Burdon

as Provost Gow

as Mrs. Hegarty

as Lisbete Skirving

as Horace Skirving

as Lord Skerryvore

as Menzies

as Police Sergeant

as Police Constable

as Watkins

as Councillor

as Cassidy

as Baillie Callender
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It doesn't travel well into modern times.

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Aptly titled little bit of silliness with winning performances from its cast of future stars.

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