Trouble Brewing (1939 film)
Trouble Brewing is a 1939 British, black-and-white, comedy, musical, romance, racing film, directed by Anthony Kimmins and starring Ronald Shiner as Bridgewater, George Formby, Jr. and Googie Withers. It was produced by Associated Talking Pictures and Ealing Studios. The film is based on the novel by Joan Butler.
Plot summary 
George Formby plays a Daily Sun compositor who wins a large sum at the racing. He is paid with counterfeit notes. Formby’s character (George Gullip) then tries to find the criminals. In the process he goes "under cover" as a waiter and a wrestler. Clues suggest the villain is Gullip’s own boss.
The film has Googie Withers in an early rôle.
- George Formby - George Gullip
- Googie Withers - Mary Brown
- Gus McNaughton - Bill Pike
- Garry Marsh - A.G. Brady
- C. Denier Warren - Major Hopkins
- Elsie Wagstaff - Mrs Hopkins
- Ronald Shiner - Bridgewater
- Producer – Jack Kitchin
- Director - Anthony Kimmins
- Screenplay – Anthony Kimmins, Angus McPhail and Michael Hogan.
- Length – 87 minutes
- Colour - Black & White
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- Trouble Brewing (1939 film) at the BFI Film & TV Database
- Trouble Brewing at the Internet Movie Database
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