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Step Lively, Jeeves (1937)





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Step Lively, Jeeves was the second 20th Century-Fox programmer to star Arthur Treacher as P.G. Wodehouse's resourceful butler Jeeves. In the first film, Thank You, Jeeves (36), the faithful family retainer extricated his boss Bertie Wooster (David Niven) from a jam. In the second film, Jeeves is on his own as he heads to America to claim an inheritance. The legacy turns out to be a phony, engineered by a pair of con men who plan to use Jeeves as the fall guy for a gangster plot. But Jeeves foils the scheme using his inbred wit--and a little larceny of his own.


George Givot
as Prince Boris Caminov
Alan Dinehart
as Cedric B. Cromwell
Patricia Ellis
as Patricia Westley
Robert Kent
as Gerry Townsend
Helen Flint
as Babe Ross
John Harrington
as Barney Ross
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