Lord Babs

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Lord Babs
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Directed by Walter Forde
Written by Clifford Grey
Angus MacPhail
Sidney Gilliat
Robert Stevenson
Based on Lord Babs by Keble Howard
Produced by Michael Balcon
Starring Bobby Howes
Jean Colin
Pat Paterson
Alfred Drayton
Cinematography Leslie Rowson
Edited by Ian Dalrymple
Music by Louis Levy
Distributed byIdeal Pictures
Release date
February 1932
Running time
77 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom

Lord Babs is a 1932 British comedy film directed by Walter Forde and starring Bobby Howes, Jean Colin and Pat Paterson. [1] It was based on the 1925 play of the same title by Keble Howard. [2] It was once believed to be a lost film, but was rediscovered.



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  1. "Lord Babs (1932)". British Film Institute.
  2. Who Was Who 1916-28. Lists Howard's works. Bloomsbury. 2014. ISBN   9781408193365.