Those Were the Days1934

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Those Were the Days
Directed by:
Thomas Bentley

"Those Were the Days" is 1934 Comedy film directed by Thomas Bentley , starring Will Hay, Iris Hoey, Angela Baddeley, Claud Allister, George Graves and John Mills.

Who directed "Those Were the Days":

Those Were the Days was directed by Thomas Bentley, an English director, writer, actor, and producer.

Before directing Those Were the Days, Thomas Bentley had directed The Adventures of Mr. Pickwick, released in 1921, Milestones (1916). Since, he directed Dead Man's Shoes, released in 1940.

What is the casting of "Those Were the Days":

At the casting of Those Were the Days we find Will Hay, previously seen in Radio Parade of 1935 (1934); Iris Hoey (); Angela Baddeley (The Ghost Train (1931), The Speckled Band (1931)) [ more... ]

  • Jimmy Godden and Will Hay, Syd Crossley can all be seen in Radio Parade of 1935, released in 1934.
  • Claud Allister, Laurence Hanray and Wally Patch can be seen in The Private Life of Henry VIII., released in 1933.
  • Wally Patch and Iris Hoey, H.F. Maltby also appeared in Pygmalion, released in 1938.

What is the Storyline of "Those Were the Days":

Strait-laced Magistrate Brutus Poskett (Will Hay) is concerned that his wife may be older than he believes her to be, especially as his young stepson (John Mills) seems very precocious for an apparently fifteen year old boy.

With a friend of Mrs Poskett's first husband (who knows her true age) coming to visit, Mrs Poskett (Iris Hoey) tries to stop the visit by confronting him at a local music hall. Unknown to her though, Poskett has also been convinced to go to the music hall and in the ensuing [...]

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