Love on Wheels

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Love on Wheels
Directed by Victor Saville
Produced by Michael Balcon
Written by Ernst Angel
Franz Schulz
Angus MacPhail
Robert Stevenson
Victor Saville
Starring Jack Hulbert
Leonora Corbett
Gordon Harker
Edmund Gwenn
Music by Bretton Byrd
Cinematography Mutz Greenbaum
Edited by Ian Dalrymple
Production
company
Distributed by Woolf & Freedman Film Service
Release date
1932
Running time
86 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Love on Wheels is a 1932 British musical comedy film directed by Victor Saville and starring Jack Hulbert, Leonora Corbett, Gordon Harker and Edmund Gwenn.[1]

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A daily commuter on a Green Line bus from the suburbs to Central London Fred Hopkins romantically pursues a fellow passenger Jane with the help of Briggs the bus conductor. His hopes are thwarted when he is fired from his job at a major department store. However he is eventually able to return, securing both his dream job as advertising manager in charge of window dressing and the girl he loves.

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The film was made at the Islington Studios of Gainsborough Pictures. Gainsborough was part of the larger Gaumont British empire, and specialised in making comedies during the 1930s. Hulbert became one of the studio's top start during the early 1930s, often appearing with his wife Cicely Courtneidge.

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