Bulldog Jack (1935) Movie Details

Bulldog Jack
English
Walter Forde
Louis Levy
Gaumont British Picture Corporation
(India)
1 hr 12 mins
4.4/10
Rating: 4.4/10 from 111 users

Bulldog Jack Movie Cast

Jack Hulbert
as Jack Pennington
Fay Wray
as Ann Manders
Ralph Richardson
as Morelle
Claude Hulbert
as Algy Longworth
Gibb McLaughlin
as Denny
Atholl Fleming
Atholl Fleming as Bulldog Drummond
Paul Graetz
as Salvini
Harvey Braban
as Sgt. Robinson
Henry B. Longhurst
as Melvor
Cyril Smith
as Duke

Bulldog Jack Crew List

Director :
Screenplay : Gerard Fairlie , Sidney Gilliat , Jack Hulbert , J.O.C. Orton
Novel : Herman C. McNeile
Producer : Michael Balcon
Director of Photography : Mutz Greenbaum
Editor : Otto Ludwig
Art Direction : Alfred Junge
Costume Design : Marianne , Joe Strassner
Music Director : Louis Levy

Bulldog Jack International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
01-09-1935
India
01-09-1935

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While filling in for injured supersleuth Bulldog Drummond (Atholl Fleming), world-class cricket player Jack Pennington (Jack Hulbert) attempts to foil a criminal mastermind's (Ralph Richardson) impending heist that's targeting a valuable jewel necklace held within the British Museum. This comedic 1930s mystery features daring rescues, intense fistfights and an exciting edge-of-your seat finale aboard a runaway train.

Bulldog Jack

Bulldog Jack is a 1935 English Film stars Jack Hulbert , Walter Forde , Fay Wray , Ralph Richardson , Claude Hulbert , Gibb McLaughlin , Atholl Fleming , Paul Graetz , Harvey Braban , Henry B. Longhurst , Cyril Smith , Gerard Fairlie , Sidney Gilliat , Jack Hulbert , J.O.C. Orton , Herman C. McNeile , Michael Balcon , Mutz Greenbaum , Otto Ludwig , Alfred Junge , Marianne , Joe Strassner , Louis Levy , directed by Walter Forde & music by Louis Levy.