Rent The Lupino Collection (1936)

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Triple bill of 1930's British comedy dramas.

No Lady (1931)
Lupino Lane Comedy vehicle, where Lupino Lane directs and stars as henpecked Mr. Pog, who takes his wife and stepchildren on holiday to Blackpool... He is mistaken for an international criminal mastermind and drawn into a series of adventures that climaxes in a glider race which a foreign power aims to win by fair means or foul.
Her First Affaire (1932)
Ida Lupino stars in her first film aged just 18 and plays an impetuous teenager, who , mucn to the consternation of her boyfriend (Arnold Riches), becomes infatuated with a famous novelist (George Curzon). The boyfriend and the writers wife (Diana Napier) join forces to deter her, and he decides an early marriage is the best cure.
Shipmates O'Mine (1936)
A through the years story with songs and sentiments. A sailor rises from first officer to captain, gets married and has a son, but loses his command when his ship is rammed and he abandons ship to save passengers. For years he lives in the countryside. Then his son, now grown, contacts his father's old shipmates and eventually their ship is put back into commission with its old skipper in command.
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L'Estrange Fawcett, Frank Richardson, T.A. Welsh
Ivor Bellas, Oswald Mitchell, Lupino Lane, R.P. Weston, Bert Lee, George Dewhurst, L'Estrange Fawcett, Frederick J. Jackson, Merrill Rogers, Dion Titheradge, Brock Williams, George Pearson
No Lady / Her First Affaire / Shipmates O'Mine
Renown Pictures
Classics, Comedy, Drama, Music & Musicals
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Run Time:
228 minutes
DVD Regions:
Region 0 (All)
Aspect Ratio:
Full Screen 1.33:1 / 4:3
B & W

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