Bulldog Drummond's Bride (July 12, 1939)
Released on July 12, 1939: (running time 56 minutes) Bulldog Drummond's wedding is interrupted by a bank robber.
Produced by William LeBaron
Directed by James P. Hogan
Written by Garnett Weston and Stuart Palmer from the novel "Bulldog Drummond and the Oriental Mind" by Herman C. McNeile
The Actors: John Howard (Captain Hugh C. 'Bulldog' Drummond), Heather Angel (Phyllis Clavering), H.B. Warner (Colonel Nielson, Scotland Yard), Reginald Denny ('Algy' Longworth), E.E. Clive ('Tenny' Tennison, Drummond's butler), Elizabeth Patterson (Aunt Blanche Clavering), Eduardo Ciannelli (Henri Armides, bank robber), Gerald Hamer (Garvey), John Sutton (Inspector Tredennis, Scotland Yard), Neil Fitzgerald (Evan Barrows, apartment manager), Louis Mercier (Mayor Jean Louis Napoleon Dupres), Adia Kuznetzoff (Gaston, French policeman), Adrienne D'Ambricourt (Therese, Aung Blanche's housekeeper), Clyde Cook (traffic control Constable), George Davis (Gaoler), Jacques Lory (clerk of court), John Power (omnibus driver), Wyndham Standing (ambulance driver), David Torrence (bank official)
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The Wedding, The Wine, and The Bomb
When World War One broke out, actor Reginald Denny was acting in the U.S. but quickly enlisted with the Royal Flying Corps. stationed in Hastings, England. He trained to be a pilot and aerial gunner, and during training was accidentally shot by friendly anti-aircraft artillery. After mending his wounds, he was released and returned to the U.S. but retained his love for airplanes.
In 1934, five years before appearing in this movie, Reginald Denny’s love of flying inspired him to create Reginald Denny Industries, which built and sold radio-controlled model airplanes. In 1938 he purchased an engine design by Walter Righter, and began building Dennymite radio-controlled airplanes.
During World War Two Reginald Denny produced 15,374 large, radio-controlled target airplanes for the Army, that were used to train anti-aircraft gunners. In Reginald Denny’s factory during those war years was an eighteen-year-old wife of a merchant seaman stationed overseas. She worked ten hours a day for twenty dollars a week assembling radio-controlled airplanes for the military.
During the war years Ronald Reagan was the Commanding Officer of the Army’s First Motion Picture Unit in Culver City. He tasked Private David Conover to visit Reginald Denny’s airplane factory and take photos of the women who were hard at work for the war effort. Conover took an iconic photo of the eighteen-year-old girl attaching a propeller to a radio-controlled drone, and soon the young Norma Jean Dougherty was given a screen test, and became the actress known as Marilyn Monroe.
In this detective adventure Reginald Denny is once again the comic sidekick for British amateur detective Hugh Drummond. After promising to marry his sweetheart several times but never making it to the altar, this time Drummond is determined to get married. Unfortunately, he and his girlfriend are caught up in a bank robbery that cannot be solved without his help, and the unwitting help of his intended bride. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
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Heather Angel, John Howard
Heather Angel, Neil Fitzgerald
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