Bulldog Jack

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Released 1935

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Bulldog Jack

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Director:
Walter Forde
Released:
1935
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Bulldog Jack, produced by Gaumont International in 1935, and directed by Walter Forde, stars Jack Hulbert, Fay Wray, Ralph Richardson and Atholl Fleming. This British film and musical is about a substitute investigator who takes over for Bulldog Drummond (Fleming) after he is injured in a car "accident", which turns out to be sabotage. Jack Hulbert's character, Jack Pennington, attempts to help Ann Manders (Fay Wray) find her kidnapped father. Her father is a jeweler who is kidnapped by a gang of jewel thieves. Their plan is to have him counterfeit a very valuable necklace that they wanted to use in their heist. While carrying out their diabolical plan in the British Museum, it all falls apart, and the film resolves after a very climactic chase on a runaway train in the London Underground. This film eventually led to a series of other adventurous movies, such as Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police (1939) and Bulldog Sees It Through (1940), that attempted to capitalize on the Bulldog Drummond character.moreless

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Comedy, Drama

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Thrillers, Classics, Crime