A Yank at Oxford
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"A Yank at Oxford" is a British film, directed by Jack Conway from a screenplay by John Monk Saunders and Leon Gordon. It was produced by MGM-British at Denham Studios. The film was parodied in the Laurel and Hardy film A Chump at Oxford and remade as Oxford Blues .
- country: United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- producer: Michael Balcon
- cinematography by Harold Rosson
- edited by Margaret Booth & Charles Frend
- music by Hubert Bath, Edward Ward
- costume design by René Hubert
- genres: Black-and-white, Comedy-drama, Comedy, Drama
- released on (76 years ago)
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Sixth Edition by David Thomson
A Yank at Oxford (38, Jack Conway); Penny Paradise (38, Reed); Cheer Boys, Cheer (39, Forde);An Englishman's Home (39, George Dewhurst).
by Alan Burton, Steve Chibnall
This was an unhappy 18 months for Balcon, whose quiet English manner and approach did not fit in with Hollywood methods, and after producing the highly successful A Yank at Oxford (1938), ...
Dictionary of Film Makers (1972)
by Georges Sadoul, Peter Morris
A Yank at Oxford (38), Boom Town (40), Crossroads (42), The Hucksters (47).
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