His Grace Gives Notice (1933 film)

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His Grace Gives Notice
Directed by Leslie S. Hiscott
Written by H. Fowler Mear
Lady Trowbridge (novel)
Produced by Julius Hagen
Starring Arthur Margetson
Viola Keats
Victor Stanley
Cinematography Ernest Palmer
Real Art Productions
Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures
Release date
  • 21 July 1933 (1933-07-21)
Running time
57 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom

His Grace Gives Notice is a 1933 British comedy film directed by Leslie S. Hiscott and based on the 1922 novel His Grace Gives Notice by Lady Laura Troubridge which had previously been adapted into a 1924 film. It starred Arthur Margetson, Viola Keats, Charles Groves and Victor Stanley. [1] It was made as a quota quickie at Twickenham Studios.



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  1. Sutton p.257

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