|Directed by||Stafford Dickens|
|Screenplay by||Stafford Dickens|
|Based on||an original musical play by K.R.G. Browne,|
& Bert Lee
|Produced by||Walter C. Mycroft|
|Starring|| Bobby Howes |
|Edited by||Lionel Tomlinson|
|Music by||Jack Waller|
Harry Acres (musical director)
|Distributed by||Wardour Films (UK)|
Please Teacher is a 1937 British comedy film, based on a musical play by KRG Browne, Bert Lee and RP Weston.  This was adapted into a screenplay by Stafford Dickens, who also directed.
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In 1937, The Sydney Morning Herald wrote, "Although a little slow in getting in to their stride, because of the sluggish opening of the story, the actors manage to vitalise a feeble plot with enough comical characterisation to make it acceptable as average entertainment." 
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