Almost a Honeymoon (1938)





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This 1938 remake of the 1930 British farce Almost a Honeymoon makes a few slight alterations in the text. Originally, a wandering vagrant accidentally found himself sharing a bed with an amorous old crone. In the remake, the hero (popular cockney comedian Tommy Trinder, here making his screen debut) is a man of wealth. His inadvertent bed-mate is an attractive young girl (Linden Travers), who is occupying the hero's sleeping quarters when he stumbles in after a night on the town. Nothing really happens (this is a 1938 film), but you can't censor the gleam in the supporting characters' eyes. Like the first Almost a Honeymoon, the second film is based on a stage play by Walter Ellis. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
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Edmund Breon
as Aubrey Lovitt
Ian Fleming
as Sir James Hooper
Wally Patch
as Bailiff
Linden Travers
as Patricia Quilter
Aubrey Mallalieu
as Clutterbuck
Betty Jardine
as Lavinia Pepper
Tommy Trinder
as Peter Dibley
Arthur Hambling
as Adolphus
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