Artikelnummer 6650


Directed by Paul Merzbach Written by Eric Maschwitz (play) Roger Burford Clifford Grey Paul Merzbach Lilian Harvey as Jenny Peachey Wendy Toye as Signora Picci Carl Esmond as Carl Harold Warrender as Duke of Wurtemburg Richard Bird as Weber Esme Percy as Napoleon Bonaparte Eric Stanley as Sir Francis Alexander Field as George Peachey Anton Dolin as Chief Dancer Hay Petrie as Periteau Charles Carson as Lombardi Hal Gordon as Sergeant Gus McNaughton as Valet Ronald Shiner as the Street Vendor Directed by Henry Edwards Written by Michael Hogan H. Fowler Mear R.P. Weston Bert Lee Betty Balfour as Amelia "Squibs" Hopkins Gordon Harker as Sam Hopkins Stanley Holloway as Constable Charley Lee Margaret Yarde as Mrs. Lee Morris Harvey as Inspector Lee Michael Shepley as Colin Barratt Drusilla Wills as Mrs. Parker O.B. Clarence as Sir John Barratt Ronald Shiner as Bill Thomas Weguelin as Alf Vivienne Chatterton William Daunt Aubrey Fitzgerald Henryetta Edwards as Susan Olive Sloane as Barmaid

SQUIBS (1935):

In this musical comedy, a Cockney flower girl is in love with a policeman she wants to marry. Her father opposes the union, because he's involved in a little crooked investing. Then the flower girl decides to play the lottery. Will she win something (obviously)? Will she dump the flatfoot for Professor Henry Higgins?

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 72 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

play button


In London, Jenny, an aspiring ballet dancer, meets an aide to the Duke of Wuerttemberg, who is in Britain for a marriage alliance and financial treaty to supply troops to Britain for the war against Napoleon. After being discovered by an Italian impresario, she goes to Venice to be trained as a great dancer. The visiting Duke of Wuerttemberg becomes fascinated with her and engages her to perform at the state opera house in Stuttgart, hoping to make her his mistress. The British authorities encourage Jenny to go to Stuttgart and try to live extravagantly at the Duke's expense, in the hope that a shortage of funds with compel him to renew his treaty against Napoleon. 

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 77 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

play button