Beloved Imposter

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Beloved Imposter
Directed by Victor Hanbury
Written by Ethel Mannin (novel)
Connery Chappell
Produced by John Stafford
Starring Rene Ray
Fred Conyngham
Germaine Aussey
Charles Oliver
Music by Jack Beaver
Production
company
Distributed by RKO Pictures
Release date
1936
Running time
86 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
Language English

Beloved Imposter is a 1936 British musical film directed by Victor Hanbury and starring Rene Ray, Fred Conyngham and Germaine Aussey. It was made at Welwyn Studios and released as a quota film by RKO Pictures. [1] It was based on the novel Dancing Boy by Ethel Mannin.

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  1. Chibnall p.287

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