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Where There's a Will (1936)

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Will Hay plays Benjamin Stubbins, an unsuccessful and incompetent English lawyer with a tendency to tip the bottle and an inability to pay any of the considerable debts he has managed to accumulate. His wealthy family, of course, disapproves of him and has taken custody of his daughter so that she will receive a proper upbringing. Stubbins does not improve matters by visiting his brother-in-law and accidentally getting the butler drunk when he recommends alcohol as the cure for his toothache. He gets no more respect at the office, where lazy office boy Willie ignores his instructions in favor of reading the comics. Stubbins' life changes, however, when a gang of American crooks shows up. They know that the safe to a bank is located directly underneath his office and they employ the unsuspecting solicitor to track down a family tree, thus keeping him out of the office while they stage a robbery. Later, they show up at Stubbins' brother-in-law's house during a Christmas party, planning to fleece the host and his guests. Fortunately, Stubbins also shows up, disguised as Santa, and after the usual chase, the gang is captured.

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Cast

Frederick Piper
as a Fingerprint
Hartley Power
as Duke Wilson
Norma Varden
as Margaret Wimpleton
John Turnbull
as Sgt. Collins
H.F. Maltby
as Sir Roger Wimpleton
Gina Malo
as Goldie Kelly
Peggy Simpson
as Barbara Stubbins
Will Hay
as Benjamin Stubbins
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