The Silver Spoon (film)

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This article is about a film. For The Silver Spoon, a reference work on Italian cooking, see Il cucchiaio d'argento.
For the 1926 John Galsworthy novel, see A Modern Comedy.

The Silver Spoon is a 1933 British comedy crime film directed by George King and starring Ian Hunter, Garry Marsh and Cecil Parker.[1] A homeless man admits to a murder he didn't commit in order to protect a woman. The Silver Spoon is classed by the British Film Institute as a lost film.[2]



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  2. ^ Missing Believed Lost British Pictures. Retrieved 21-10-2010

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