Glamorous Night (film)
|Directed by||Brian Desmond Hurst|
|Produced by||Walter C. Mycroft|
|Written by||Hugh Brooke
J. Lee Thompson (adaptation)
|Based on||musical play Glamorous Night by Ivor Novello|
|Music by||Ivor Novello (composer: songs and incidental music)
Harry Acres (musical director)
|Cinematography||Fritz Arno Wagner|
|Edited by||Flora Newton|
|Distributed by||Associated British Picture Corporation (UK)|
Glamorous Night is a 1937 British drama film directed by Brian Desmond Hurst and starring Mary Ellis, Otto Kruger and Victor Jory. It is an adaptation of the play Glamorous Night by Ivor Novello. In a mythical European kingdom, King Stefan clashes with his prime minister and falls in love with the gypsy loving Melitza.
- Mary Ellis ... Melitza Hjos
- Otto Kruger ... King Stefan
- Victor Jory ... Baron Lyadeff
- Barry MacKay ... Anthony Allan
- Trefor Jones ... Lorenti
- Maire O'Neill ... Phoebe
- Anthony Holles ... Maestro
- Charles Carson ... Otto
- Felix Aylmer ... Diplomat
- Finlay Currie ... Angus MacKintosh
- Raymond Lovell ... Ship's Officer
Sky Movies wrote, "The story creaks like a dowager's stays in this torrid tale of Ruritanian romance and skulduggery based on Ivor Novello's stage success. There are compensations, however, in the tuneful music and elegant production values, to say nothing of gipsies who appear to be addicted to ballet dancing. Victor Jory plays the villainous prime minister with steely determination and an American accent, Mary Ellis is suitably lively although she is hardly a believable Romany. Barry Mackay stands out as an English oil prospector, the role originally played on stage by Novello."
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