Bulldog Drummond Movie Review 1929

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The Bulldog Drummond character, created by "Sapper" (Herman Cyril McNeile), underwent a number of different incarnations from 20s silents through the 40s, and even occassionally in the 50s and 60s. A suave ex-British officer (a precursor to the glib shaken-not-stirred gentleman-spy variety), Bulldog has been played by the likes of Colman, Ralph Richardson, and Tom Conway, among others. In this, the first installment in the long-standing series, a WWI vet, bored with civilian life, is enlisted by a beautiful woman to help her father in various adventures.

Distribution

Rex Miller, Rte. 1, Box 457-D, East Prairie, MO 63845, Phone: (573)649-5048

Available on VHS
Running time 85 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Mystery & Suspense, Private Eyes, Bulldog Drummond
Screenplay
Sidney Howard, Wallace Smith
Cast
Ronald Colman, Joan Bennett, Montagu Love, Lilyan Tashman, Lawrence Grant, Wilson Benge, Claud Allister, Adolph Milar, Charles Sellon, Tetsu Komai, Donald Novis
Cinematography
George Barnes, Gregg Toland
Director
F. Richard Jones
Producer
Samuel Goldwyn

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