A Yank at Eton
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"A Yank at Eton" is an American comedy/drama film. It was the 1942 sequel to the 1938 A Yank at Oxford. All of it was filmed in the United States and none of it at Eton. It tells the tale of a rich, wild, cocky youth from an elite American school who has to move to England, where he attends the elite Eton College.
- countries: United Kingdom, United States of America
- language: English Language
- director: Norman Taurog
- art direction by Cedric Gibbons
- cinematography by Karl Freund
- edited by Albert Akst
- music by Bronisław Kaper
- costume design by Gile Steele
- set decoration by Edwin B. Willis
- genres: Black-and-white, Comedy-drama, Drama
- released in (73 years ago)
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A Yank at Eton(42, Norman Taurog); showing that adog's best friend is someone who will talk to it in Lassie.
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Kaper remained at MGM until the early 1960s, working with a variety of top directors and scoring such notable films as The Stranger, Our Vines Have Tender Grapes, A Yank at Eton, White Cargo, Mrs. Parkington, Green Dolphin Street, The ...
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