The Lodger (1932 film)
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|Directed by||Maurice Elvey|
|Produced by||Julius Hagen|
|Written by||Miles Mander and Paul Rotha (scenario)
H. Fowler Mear (adaptation)
Ivor Novello (uncredited)
|Based on||the novel by Marie Belloc Lowndes (as Mrs. Belloc Lowndes)|
|Music by||W.L. Trytel (uncredited)|
Sydney Blythe (uncredited)
|Edited by||Jack Harris|
|Distributed by||Woolf & Freedman Film Service (UK)|
|8 September 1932 (London) (UK)|
The Lodger is a 1932 British thriller film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Ivor Novello, Elizabeth Allan and Jack Hawkins. It is based on the novel The Lodger by Marie Belloc Lowndes, also filmed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1927 (also starring Novello); by John Brahm in 1944; by Hugo Fregonese, as Man in the Attic, in 1953; and by David Ondaatje in 2009.
In the 2001 film Gosford Park, Ivor Novello is taunted that the film "should just flop like that." The screenwriter Julian Fellowes states in an audio commentary that Novello's talkie remake failed, while the silent original had been a hit.
- Ivor Novello as Michel Angeloff
- Elizabeth Allan as Daisy Bunting
- A.W. Baskcomb as George Bunting
- Barbara Everest as Mrs Bunting
- Jack Hawkins as Joe Martin
- Shayle Gardner as Detective Snell
- Peter Gawthorne as Lord Southcliff
- Kynaston Reeves as Bob Mitchell
- Drusilla Wills as Mrs Coles
- Anthony Holles as Silvano
- George Merritt as Commissioner
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- "A Lost Film: The Lodger (1932)". alostfilm.com.
- "AND YOU CALL YOURSELF A SCIENTIST! - The Lodger (1932)". aycyas.com.
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