Take a Chance (1937)


Film Review

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Take a Chance is a British film comedy first released in 1937, directed by Sinclair Hill. Cinematography was by John W. Boyle. It is based on a play by Walter C. Hackett and stars Claude Hulbert, Binnie Hale, Henry Kendall, Enid Stamp-Taylor and Gwen Farrar.   It is a Grosvenor Films Ltd. production, produced by Harcourt Templeman and distributed by Associated British Film Distributors.   It is a black and white film and runs to 1 hour and 13 minutes.  

Our overall rating for Take a Chance is: good - passable entertainment.

Other recommended films that have been directed by Sinclair Hill include: The King's Highway (1927), Dark Red Roses (1930), The Man from Toronto (1933) and Midnight Menace (1937). The actor Claude Hulbert has also appeared in: Heads We Go (1933), Bulldog Jack (1935), Wolf's Clothing (1936) and Sailors Three (1940).

Other recommended comedy films of the 1930s from UK that you may want to consider are: Marcel Varnel's Ask a Policeman (1938), Alfred Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes (1938), Lothar Mendes's The Man Who Could Work Miracles (1936), Marcel Varnel's Oh, Mr. Porter! (1937) and Alfred Hitchcock's Young and Innocent (1937).

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