Action for Slander (1937) - Rotten Tomatoes

Action for Slander (1937)





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This film takes a look at British decorum and civilities when a highly conscientious army officer is accused of cheating at cards and turns to the courts to clear his name. At stake, of course, is his good name and the respect of his peers. The film depicts the British class and court systems and features a fairly powerful cast. Of significance is an excellent performance by Francis Sullivan as the defendant's attorney. ~ Rovi


Clive Brook
as Maj. George Daviot
Ann Todd
as Ann Daviot
Margaretta Scott
as Josie Bradford
Arthur Margetson
as Capt. Bradford
Ronald Squire
as Charles Cinderford
Percy Marmont
as William Cowbit
Morton Selten
as Judge Trotter
Athole Stewart
as Lord Pontefract
Allan Jeayes
as Colonel
Kate Cutler
as Dowager
Francis L. Sullivan
as Sir Quinton Jessops
Frank Cellier
as Sir Bernard Roper
Felix Aylmer
as Sir Eustace Cunningham
Lawrence Hanray
as Clerk of the Court
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