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Leave It to Me (1933)

76 min | Comedy

The owner of a professional help agency poses as a poet at a wealthy patron's ball and prevents a necklace from being stolen by thieves.
Director
Writers
Gene Gerrard | Ian Hay (play "Leave It To Psmith") | Cecil Lewis | Frank Miller | P.G. Wodehouse (play "Leave It To Psmith")
Cinematographer
Editor
Bert Bates (as A.S. Bates)
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Updated Apr 30, 1933

Release date
Apr 1933 (United Kingdom)

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Gene Gerrard
Sebastian Help Sebastian Help   See fewer
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Olive Borden
Peavey Peavey   See fewer
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Molly Lamont
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Clive Currie
Lord Emsworth Lord Emsworth   See fewer
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Toni Edgar-Bruce
Lady Constance Lady Constance   See fewer
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Peter Godfrey
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Melville Cooper
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Wylie Watson
Client Client   See fewer
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