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Bulldog Drummonds Bride


A bank-robbery in London prevents - again - the marriage of Bulldog Drummond with his girlfriend. But this time when the delinquents are caught it will be celebrated at last. Retrovision.TV - Classic Movies and TV

Bulldog Drummond's Bride is an American crime comedy thriller film produced in 1939. It was the last film of Paramount Pictures' Bulldog Drummond film series.

Plot summary

In London a shape charge wielding master-criminal comes up with a foolproof plan for robbing a bank and outwitting Scotland Yard's pursuit, but during the getaway he hides his haul in a radio set in the apartment of a certain Capt. Bulldog Drummond, leading to a murder, punch-ups, an expedition to France, and a night in a French jail cell and a break-out, in a race to reach Bulldog's fiancee - who has taken the radio set with her on holiday unaware of its contents - before the villain does: ending in a roof-top fight and the Bulldog finally tying the matrimonial knot in an explosive finale to his bachelorhood.


  • John Howard (American actor) as Bulldog Drummond
  • Heather Angel (actress) as Phyllis Clavering
  • H.B. Warner as Col. J.A. Nielson
  • Reginald Denny (actor) as Algy Longworth
  • E.E. Clive as "Tenny" Tennison
  • Elizabeth Patterson (actress) as Aunt Blanche Clavering
  • Eduardo Ciannelli as Henri Armides
  • Gerald Hamer as Garvey (Armides' Henchman)
  • John Sutton (actor) as Inspector Tredennis
  • Neil Fitzgerald as Evan Barrows
  • Louis Mercier (actor) as Mayor Jean Philippe Napoleon Dupres
  • Adia Kuznetzoff as Gaston
  • Adrienne D'Ambricourt as Theresa
  • Clyde Cook (actor) as Constable Sacker< name="BFI"></>

See also

  • Bulldog Drummond

  • Category:1939 films
    Category:American films
    Category:American mystery films
    Category:Detective films
    Category:English-language films
    Category:Black-and-white films
    Category:Films based on British novels
    Category:1930s comedy films
    Category:Films directed by James Patrick Hogan


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