Room for Two
|Room for Two|
|Directed by||Maurice Elvey|
|Produced by||Victor Katona|
|Written by||Victor Katona
|Based on||play by Gilbert Wakefield|
|Edited by||Sidney Stone|
Victor Katona Productions (as Hurley)
|Distributed by||Grand National Pictures (U.S.)|
|19 October 1940 (UK)|
The story takes place in Venice, where a womanising Englishman Vic Oliver takes a strong interest in a married tourist who is played by Frances Day. Oliver disguises himself in drag and gets himself hired as the Days' maid. When Day's philandering husband, played by Basil Radford, shows up, the fun starts.
- Claire Spencer - Frances Day
- Michael Brent - Vic Oliver
- Madame Mignon - Hilda Bayley
- Hilda Westby - Greta Gynt
- Robert Spencer - Basil Radford
- Grace - Rosamund Greenwood
- Mimi - Magda Kun
- Hotel Manager - Leo De Pokorny
- Maria - Gleniss Mortimer
- Gaston - Victor Rietti
- Mary - Maureen Pryor
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- Hal Erickson. "Room for Two (1940) - Maurice Elvey - Synopsis, Characteristics, Moods, Themes and Related - AllMovie". AllMovie.
- Room for Two at the Internet Movie Database
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