When Knights Were Bold (1936 film)
When Knights Were Bold is a 1936 British comedy film directed by Jack Raymond and starring Jack Buchanan, Fay Wray and Garry Marsh. Sir Guy de Vere inherits his father's estate while serving with the British army in India. He returns home to take up his new role, but is greeted with hostility by his family and servants. It was based on the 1906 playWhen Knights Were Bold by Harriett Jay.
- Jack Buchanan ... Sir Guy De Vere
- Fay Wray ... Lady Rowena
- Garry Marsh ... Brian Ballymoat
- Kate Cutler ... Aunt Agatha
- Martita Hunt ... Aunt Esther
- Robert Horton ... Cousin Bertie
- Aubrey Mather ... The Canon
- Aubrey Fitzgerald ... Barker, butler
- Robert Nainby ... Whittle, the 'boy'
- Moore Marriott ... The Tramp
- Charles Paton ... The Mayor
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