Dir: Maurice Elvey
Starring: Vic Oliver and Frances Day
A womanising Englishman dresses in drag to conceal his interest in a married tourist
This comedy was largely set in Venice, which was a little unfortunate as by the time it was released Fascist Italy had entered the war against Britain and her allies. Despite the foreign shoot some British railway scenes do appear. They are standard fair for the time and are of course full of error. A Southern Railway ‘King Arthur’ Class 4-6-0 is initially seen leaving London Victoria station only for it to have become a GWR ‘Castle’ Class 4-6-0 in the next shot! The film was written by Gilbert Wakefield and was based on his 1938 stage farce of the same name.