A Gentleman's Gentleman
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- "A Gentleman's Gentleman": A Gentleman's Gentleman is a 1939 British comedy film directed by Roy William Neill and starring Eric Blore, Marie Lohr and Peter Coke. It was made at Teddington Studios and was based on a play by Philip MacDonald.
- country: United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- executive producer: Jerome Jackson
- written by Austin Melford & Elizabeth Meehan
- based on a story by Philip MacDonald
- cinematography by Basil Emmott
- music by Bretton Byrd
- genre: Comedy
- released in (76 years ago)
- "A Gentleman's Gentleman": A Gentleman's Gentleman is a 1941 family animated comedy short film directed by Clyde Geronimi.
- starring: Walt Disney as Mickey Mouse
- released on (73 years ago)
"A gentleman's gentleman" is a book by Max Pemberton.
- also known as "A gentleman's gentleman: being certain pages from the life and strange adventures of Sir Nicolas Steele, Bart., as related by his valet, Hildebrand Bigg"
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