|The Mysterious Mr. Davis|
|Directed by||Claude Autant-Lara|
|Produced by||Claude Autant-Lara|
|Music by||John Reynders|
|Distributed by||RKO Pictures|
The Mysterious Mr. Davis is a 1939 British comedy drama film directed by Claude Autant-Lara and starring Henry Kendall, Kathleen Kelly and Alastair Sim.  It was made as a quota quickie and distributed by the American company RKO Pictures.  It was based on the 1928 novel The Partner by Jenaro Prieto and was released the same year as an Italian adaptation The Silent Partner .  
Allmovie described it as "Mild and dated." 
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