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Bulldog Drummond at Bay (1937)





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After making his first appearance as the title character in Paramount's "Bulldog Drummond" series, John Lodge was rushed to England to star in the quota quickie Bulldog Drummond at Bay. Though lacking the polish of Hollywood's Drummond pictures, this one is closer to the original concept of series creator H. C. Neile (aka "Sapper") than any other film. The plot is motivated by the nefarious activities of a gang of munitions smugglers, disguised as a pacifist organization. The leader of the gang is Gregoroff (Victor Jory), justifiably nicknamed "The Mystery Man of Europe." Gregoroff masterminds the kidnapping of the inventor of a revolutionary new robot airplane. Adopting strong-arm tactics that border on the fascistic, soldier-of-fortune Bulldog Drummond (Lodge) tackles the villains, while Scotland Yard remains in the background, presumably twiddling its collective thumbs.


John Lodge
as Hugh Drummond
Dorothy Mackaill
as Doris Thompson
Victor Jory
as Gregoroff
Claud Allister
as Algy Longworth
Hugh Miller
as Ivan Kalinsky
Leslie Perrins
as Maj. Grayson
Richard Bird
as Caldwell
Brian Buchel
as Meredith
Jim Gerald
as Veight
William Dewhurst
as Reginald Portside
Frank Cochrane
as Dr. Belfrus
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In this film there's little to recommend.

October 1, 2010 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…

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