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About A Yank at Oxford
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A Yank at Oxford plot from IMDb: "A brash young American aristocrat attending Oxford University gets a chance to prove himself and win the heart of his antagonist's sister."
The trailer can be found online.
Cast and Characters:
Robert Taylor as Lee Sheridan
Lionel Barrymore as Dan Sheridan
Maureen O'Sullivan as Molly Beaumont
Vivien Leigh as Elsa Craddock
Edmund Gwenn as Dean of Cardinal
Griffith Jones as Paul Beaumont
C.V. France as Dean Snodgrass
Edward Rigby as Scatters
Morton Selten as Cecil Davidson, Esq.
Claude Gillingwater as Ben Dalton
Tully Marshall as Cephas
Walter Kingsford as Dean Williams
Robert Coote as Wavertree
Peter Croft as Ramsey
Noel Howlett as Tom Craddock
Ronald Shiner as bicycle repairman (uncredited)
Jon Pertwee as extra (uncredited, his first film)
Directed by Jack Conway
Written by Roland Pertwee, John Monk Saunders, Leon Gordon, Sidney Gilliat, Michael Hogan, Angus MacPhail, John Paddy Carstairs
Screenplay by Malcolm Stuart Boylan, Walter Ferris, George Oppenheimer, Frank Wead, F. Scott Fitzgerald
Produced by Michael Balcon
Cinematography: Harold Rosson
Edited by Margaret Booth, Charles Frend
Music by Hubert Bath, Edward Ward
Production company: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Distributed by Loew's Inc
Release date: 18 February 1938
Running time: 102 minutes
Box office: $2,736,000