|Directed by||Jack Harrison|
|Produced by||Harry Cohen|
|Screenplay by||Leslie Arliss|
Harry Cohen Productions
Fox Film British
|Distributed by||Fox Film Company|
|10 November 1932 (U.K.)|
Holiday Lovers is a 1932 romantic comedy film from the United Kingdom. It is written by notable screenwriter and director Leslie Arliss, directed by Jack Harrison and stars Margery Pickard, George Vollaire, Pamela Carme and George Benson in his debut role. Filming took place at Wembley Studios under the supervision of Hugh Perceval, the head of Fox productions U.K, with production design by J. Elder Wills. It is the first film of Harry Cohen Productions and marks the return of film making to Wembley Studios after a major fire.
- Margery Pickard
- George Vollaire
- Pamela Carme
- Boris Ranevsky
- George Benson as Oswald
- Wyn Weaver as Lord Winterton
- Vincent Holman as Salesman
- The Filmgoer's Companion edited by Leslie Halliwell- ISBN 0-00-255798-3
- Halliwell's Film Guide by Leslie Halliwell ISBN 0-00-714412-1
- "Wembley Working Again". The Era. London. 5 October 1932. p. 9. Retrieved 16 April 2016 – via British Newspaper Archive.
- Holiday Lovers at the British Film Institute
- "Holiday Lovers". The Era. London. 9 November 1932. p. 10 – via British Newspaper Archive.
- "Six Hours to Live".- New York Times review by Mordaunt Hall 22 October 1932
- "Jack Payne Says It". The Era. London. 16 November 1932. p. 9. Retrieved 16 April 2016 – via British Newspaper Archive.