Thank You, Jeeves! (1936) (1936)

Thank You, Jeeves! (1936)

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In this romantic mystery, based on the beloved characters of P.G. Wodehouse, the ever-impeccable, unflappable butler Jeeves does all he can to serve his clumsy young master. This time Jeeves falsely identifies evil spies as government agents. Unfortunately, these bogus G-men have come to steal secret plans.

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Classics, Comedy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Joseph Hoffman, Stephen Gross
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jun 12, 2007
Runtime:
20th Century Fox

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Cast


as Bertie Wooster

as Tom Brock

as Elliott Manville

as Mr. Snelling

as Bobby Smith

as Edward McDermott

as Mr. Brown

as Cab Driver

as Butler

as Mrs. Brown

as Motor Cop

as Marjorie Lowman
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Critic Reviews for Thank You, Jeeves! (1936)

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Full Review… | July 21, 2007
New York Times
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Full Review… | July 21, 2007
Time Out
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Audience Reviews for Thank You, Jeeves! (1936)

Good silly fun. I wish Arthur Treacher (Jeeves) were here to get me out of scrapes! The young David Niven is surprising as Bertie Wooster, surprising because Bertie Wooster is such a flake and David Niven usually plays cool on-top-of-everything English gents. Madcap car chase in open cars makes me appreciate 1.)paved roads and 2.) closed cars. They had whisk brooms to dust themselves off! Also, the fact that everyone wears suits and ties and fedoras makes me realize how hard it must have been to tell the crooks from Scotland Yard--one of the points of the movie. Now, at least, the crooks have the good grace to wear a crook uniform. hahahaha.

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