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Me and Marlborough (1935)

In 1709, Kit Ross (Cicely Courtneidge) disguises herself as a man and joins the army to search for her press-ganged husband.


Victor Saville


Marjorie Gaffney (scenario), Ian Hay (dialogue) | 3 more credits »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Cicely Courtneidge ... Kit Ross
Tom Walls ... John Churchill - Duke of Marlborough
Barry MacKay ... Dick Welch
Alfred Drayton ... Sergeant Bull
Iris Ashley Iris Ashley ... Josephine
Ivor McLaren Ivor McLaren ... Sergeant Cummings (as Ivor MacLaren)
Gibb McLaughlin ... Old Soldier (as Gibb MacLaughlin)
Peter Gawthorne Peter Gawthorne ... Staff Colonel
Cecil Parker ... Colonel of the Greys
George Merritt ... Harley
Cyril Smith Cyril Smith ... Corporal Fox
Mickey Brantford Mickey Brantford ... Ensign Coke
Randle Ayrton Randle Ayrton ... King Louis XIV
Henry Oscar ... Goultier
Percy Walsh Percy Walsh ... Naylor


In 1709, Kit Ross (Cicely Courtneidge) disguises herself as a man and joins the army to search for her press-ganged husband.

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Comedy | Romance







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23 July 1935 (UK) See more »

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1.37 : 1
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Marlborough's Victory
Arranged by Hubert Bath
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Women have to be smarter than men. Fortunately, this is very easy...
14 June 2006 | by p-hallinanSee all my reviews

I saw this old film by accident and was pleasantly charmed - I think it had a lot more going for it than the only other reviewer before me clearly did. The film was obviously a vehicle for the feisty Cicely - she ramped it up no end, showing how very easy it is for one gutsy female to make a whole army of males (including of course her husband) look the fools that all women intuitively know that men are - all this probably before Ms Greer was even born! If you want to consider it in depth (which I advise against) then it could be interesting to consider just how little part any other female played in the film. It may well also have something to say about the innate stupidity of the more arcane rules and regulations of life in any army. But overall, take it for what it is, a light hearted look at life on the distaff side - and you won't be disappointed.

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