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BRITISH FILM COMEDY

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This week:
Meet Me at Dawn starring
WILLIAM EYTHE
STANLEY HOLLOWAY
HAZEL COURT with Basil Sydney
Margaret Rutherford
Screenplay by LESLEY STORM and JAMES SEYMOUR
Produced by Marcel Hellman
Directed by Thornton Freeland
The light-hearted adventures of a professional duellist in the Paris of 1902 when nights were gay and dawns were dangerous.

Contributors

Unknown: William Eythe
Unknown: Stanley Holloway
Produced By: Marcel Hellman
Directed By: Thornton Freeland
Charles Morton: William Eythe
Emile: Stanley Holloway
Margot: Beatrice Campbell
Senator Philllpe Renault: George Thorpe
Madame Renault: Irene Browne
Gabrielle Vermorel: Hazel Court
Georges Vermorel: Basil Sydney
Mme Vermorel: Margaret Rutherford
News editor: Wilfrid Hyde White

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