Line Engaged

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Line Engaged
Directed by Bernard Mainwaring
Produced by Herbert Smith
Written by Bernard Mainwaring (screenplay)
Jack Celestin (play)
Jack DeLeon (play)
Release date
November 1935
Running time
68 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Line Engaged is a 1935 British, black-and-white, thriller directed by Bernard Mainwaring and starring Ronald Shiner as Ryan.[1] It was produced by British Lion Film Corporation.


Eva Rutland (played by Jane Baxter), the wife of caddish Gordon (Leslie Perrins), is in love with David Morland (Bramwell Fletcher), a successful novelist. David's father, an Inspector (Arthur Wontner) gives his son a cast iron murder plot. Later, when Gordon is shot, it seems David has fulfilled his father's hypothetical musings.


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