Bert serenades his girl Lenina
|Directed by||Michael Powell|
|Produced by||Jerome Jackson|
|Written by||Oliver Madox Hueffer (novel)
|Music by||Richard Addinsell
with song by Leslie Holmes and Clay Keyes
Direction, Maurice Winnick
|Edited by||Arthur Seabourne|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
|5 December 1932 (UK)|
Cheerful Cockney Bert Gibbs inherits a title from his father and becomes Lord Thornton Heath. But then he meets up with movie star Ilya Myona and when his mother asks about her, Bert implies they are engaged. After some adventures with some dubious Russian types Bert's girl Lenina eventually wins him back.
- Jerry Verno as Bert Gibbs aka Albert Lord Thornheath
- Ben Welden as Washington Roosevelt Lincoln
- Polly Ward as Leninia
- Peter Gawthorne as Ferguson, the Butler
- Muriel George as Mrs. Emma Gibbs
- Michael Hogan as Comrade Curzon
His Lordship was declared to be "Missing, Believed Lost" by the British Film Institute, but a copy was subsequently found. It was put onto safety film and shown at the NFT in 2000. It proved popular with audiences as a camp classic.
- "Lost Then Found". British Film Institute. Retrieved February 22, 2013.
- His Lordship at the Internet Movie Database
- His Lordship at AllMovie
- His Lordship at the British Film Institute's Screenonline
- His Lordship reviews and articles at the Powell & Pressburger Pages
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