Down Our Street

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Down Our Street
Directed by Harry Lachman
Produced by S.E. Fitzgibbon
Written by Ernest George (play)
Harry Lachman
Starring Hugh Williams
Nancy Price
Elizabeth Allan
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release date
  • 1932 (1932)
Running time
87 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Down Our Street is a 1932 black and white British film directed by Harry Lachman.


This drama, set during the Depression, sees the character Charlie Stubbs trying to escape his poverty by becoming a criminal. When this course of action fails he cleans up his act and becomes a cab driver for the woman he loves, Annie Collins. Trouble follows Charlie however when Annie's uncle discovers his past.


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