A Yank at Oxford 1938 Film | Robert Taylor, Vivien Leigh

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About A Yank at Oxford

Alternative titles (from Letterboxd): Der Lausbub aus Amerika, Vivent les étudiants!, Um Ianque em Oxford, Um Yankee em Oxford, En yankee i Oxford, Rakastunut ylioppilas, Εροτες φοιτιτον, Oxfordi diák, Un americano a Oxford, 響け凱歌, Branie in Oxford, Jankes w Oksfordzie, Student z Oksfordu, O Estudante de Oxford, Un yancheu la Oxford, Янки в Оксфорде, Un yanqui en 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

Budget: $1,374,000

Box office: $2,736,000

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