Boys Will Be Girls (July 1, 1937)

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Boys Will Be Girls
 

Released on July 1, 1937: A British man will inherit a fortune if he is able to stay away from booze, cigars and women for the weekend.

Produced by Joe Rock

Directed by Gilbert Pratt

The Actors: Leslie Fuller (Bill Jenkins), Nellie Wallace (Bertha Luff), Greta Gynt (Roberta Jones), Georgie Harris (Roscoe), Sybil Allen (Edwina Brown), Constance Godridge (Ernestine Robinson), Judy Kelly (Thelma), D.J. Williams (George Luff), Toni Edgar-Bruce (Mrs. Jenkins), Syd Crossley (Nolan the butler), Syd Courtenay (Bookum the lawyer), Charles Penrose (laughing man in club)

 

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Booze, Bimbos, and the Inheritance

The key to a great sit-com is the situation. . . . It must be believable, yet outrageous, and have actors that are real ‘characters.’ This British farce from way back in 1937 hits the mark on all counts, and will also introduce us to one of Britain’s most famous and iconic leading ladies in her third motion picture and the first movie to have more than a bit part and includes a close-up of her face. I won’t go into all the details of the plot, you will enjoy it more as it unfolds if it is unexpected, but I will reveal the delicious situation that our hapless leading man finds himself in. Bill Jenkins isn’t poor, he has a mansion with a butler, but he isn’t outrageously wealthy either. As our story opens He is hosting a party celebrating the death of his Aunt Emily Agatha Jenkins, who has possibly left him her fortune. Bill has a quirky cousin who hopes that she and her hubby will inherit the money instead. Bottom line is that Bill will inherit the cash on the condition that he can spend the weekend without touching booze, and without smoking, and without swearing, and without doing anything immoral. Cousin Bertha and her hubby get the money if he fails, so they will be watching Bill very closely this weekend. This shouldn’t be too difficult for Bill . . . . Unless events conspire to entangle him in a way that will cause him to drink, smoke and party with three beautiful young ladies. His wife is suddenly called out of town for the weekend to stay with her ill mother, and Bill will be home alone for the weekend. Bill’s wife worries that he might get into trouble and lose the fortune without her around, so she thinks of a way to keep Bill out of trouble. Bill has told his wife about three business men that he is in deep negotiations with in hopes of landing a big deal. While Bill is out golfing she sends telegrams to the three fellows, inviting them to spend the weekend with Bill . . . . . Unfortunately the three ‘boys’ are actually three lovely young ‘girls’, and after she leaves town the girls arrive ready to party the weekend away . . . . Did I mention that three will not be enough to get Bill into trouble, so a fourth beautiful young lady will spend the weekend with Bill. Before the comedy ends Bill will be drunk, smoking a cigar, and playing happily with the four girls . . . . . And a nightclub dancer . . . . Sheesh . . . . . That makes five girls in Bill’s party . . . . . And crazy Aunt Bertha is watching very closely . . . . . There is no way that Bill will inherit the fortune now . . . . . Or is there? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Leslie Fuller
Leslie Fuller
Charles Penrose
Charles Penrose
Constance Godridge
Constance Godridge
Constance Godridge, Greta Gynt and Sybil Allen
Constance Godridge, Greta Gynt and Sybil Allen
Constance Godridge
Constance Godridge
D.J. Williams, Nellie Wallace and Syd Crossley
D.J. Williams, Nellie Wallace and Syd Crossley
D.J. Williams, Nellie Wallace and Toni Edgar-Bruce
D.J. Williams, Nellie Wallace and Toni Edgar-Bruce
D.J. Williams and Nellie Wallace
D.J. Williams and Nellie Wallace
Georgie Harris and Constance Godridge
Georgie Harris and Constance Godridge
Georgie Harris and Judy Kelly
Georgie Harris and Judy Kelly
Georgie Harris, Leslie Fuller and Nellie Wallace
Georgie Harris, Leslie Fuller and Nellie Wallace
Georgie Harris, Leslie Fuller and Toni Edgar-Bruce
Georgie Harris, Leslie Fuller and Toni Edgar-Bruce
Georgie Harris and Leslie Fuller
Georgie Harris and Leslie Fuller
Georgie Harris
Georgie Harris
Greta Gynt
Greta Gynt
Greta Gynt, Georgie Harris and Sybil Allen
Greta Gynt, Georgie Harris and Sybil Allen
Greta Gynt, Leslie Fuller and Sybil Allen
Greta Gynt, Leslie Fuller and Sybil Allen
Greta Gynt, Leslie Fuller and Sybil Allen
Greta Gynt, Leslie Fuller and Sybil Allen
Greta Gynt
Greta Gynt
Judy Kelly
Judy Kelly
Judy Kelly
Judy Kelly
Judy Kelly
Judy Kelly
Leslie Fuller and Georgie Harris
Leslie Fuller and Georgie Harris
Leslie Fuller and Greta Gynt
Leslie Fuller and Greta Gynt
Leslie Fuller and Judy Kelly
Leslie Fuller and Judy Kelly
Leslie Fuller and Judy Kelly
Leslie Fuller and Judy Kelly
Leslie Fuller and Nina Olivette
Leslie Fuller and Nina Olivette
Leslie Fuller and Nina Olivette
Leslie Fuller and Nina Olivette
Leslie Fuller
Leslie Fuller
Nellie Wallace and D.J. Williams
Nellie Wallace and D.J. Williams
Nellie Wallace and D.J. Williams
Nellie Wallace and D.J. Williams
Nellie Wallace and Syd Crossley
Nellie Wallace and Syd Crossley
Nellie Wallace and Toni Edgar-Bruce
Nellie Wallace and Toni Edgar-Bruce
Nellie Wallace
Nellie Wallace
Sybil Allen
Sybil Allen
Sybil Allen, Greta Gynt and Constance Godridge
Sybil Allen, Greta Gynt and Constance Godridge
Sybil Allen
Sybil Allen
Syd Courtenay
Syd Courtenay
Syd Crossley and Leslie Fuller
Syd Crossley and Leslie Fuller
Toni Edgar-Bruce and Leslie Fuller
Toni Edgar-Bruce and Leslie Fuller
Toni Edgar-Bruce and Syd Crossley
Toni Edgar-Bruce and Syd Crossley
Toni Edgar-Bruce
Toni Edgar-Bruce