|Directed by||William Beaudine|
|Produced by||Walter C. Mycroft|
|Written by||William Beaudine
Arthur Wing Pinero
|Distributed by||Wardour Films|
|Release dates||March 1935 (UK)|
|Running time||70 min|
Dandy Dick is a 1935 British comedy film starring Will Hay. It was based on the 1887 play Dandy Dick by Arthur Wing Pinero. It is the second and last of his films to be based on a play by Arthur Wing Pinero – the first was Those Were the Days which was based on The Magistrate. Moore Marriott, who played an uncredited role in the film, later became a famous stuntman to Hay in films later on alongside Graham Moffatt, it was during the film of Dandy Dick that Marriott introduced the idea of being a stuntman to Hay.
A vicar who lives in the country with his daughter and grandson discovers he owns a share in a racehorse. He must now put his principles aside and attempt to save the church by gambling. A doping scandal ensues.
- Will Hay as Vicar the Rev. Richard Jedd
- Nancy Burne as Pamela Jedd
- Esmond Knight as Tony Mardon
- Davy Burnaby as Sir William Mardon
- Wally Patch as Police Constable Topping
- Moore Marriott as a Stableboy (uncredited)
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