[Starring] Roland Young, Constance Bennett, Cary Grant
Hal Roach's comedy film
with Billie Burke, Alan Mowbray, and Eugene Pallette.
Screen play by Eric Hatch, Jack Jevne, and Eddie Moran from Thorne Smith's novel.
Author of novel:
by Jennette Dowling and Francis Letton from the Criterion Theatre, London.
A special performance before an invited audience.
(by arrangement with Linnit and Dunfee, Ltd.)
See 'Talk of the Week'
Presented for television by:
Lord Thomas Seymour:
Lord Robert Tyrwhitt:
Sir Francis Verney:
Sir Thomas Wyatt:
Sir Peter Carew:
Why do we smoke? How does tobacco affect the organs of the body? What are the facts of the recent medical research into the suspected relationship between smoking and lung disorders?
Medical experts, including physicians and a pharmacologist, try to give a brief answer to these and related questions.
The twelfth of twenty six films produced by the National Broadcasting Company of America and the U.S. Navy, with the assistance of the Admiralty, using film obtained from allied and enemy sources.
Film introduced by Michael Lewis, Professor of History at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich.
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