Charley's Big, Hearted Aunt (1940)

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Charley's (Big-Hearted) Aunt is a 1940 British comedy film directed by Walter Forde starring Arthur Askey and Richard Murdoch as Oxford 'scholars'. The film is one of many to be made based on the farce Charley's Aunt. Taking inspiration from a well-known Victorian play, a modern-day prankster poses as a wealthy woman in a ploy to prevent him and his friends from being expelled from college.


Walter Forde


Arthur Askey - Arthur Linden
Richard Murdoch - 'Stinker' Burton
Graham Moffatt - Albert Brown
Moore Marriott - Jerry
J.H. Roberts - Dean of Bowgate
Felix Aylmer - The Proctor
Wally Patch - The Buller
Phyllis Calvert - Betty Forsythe
Jeanne De Casalis - Aunt Lucy
Elliott Mason - Dame Luckton
Donald Calthrop - Guide
Anthony Dawson - Student
Peggy Evans - Girl
Roddy Hughes - Butler
Mike Johnson - Cabby
Laurence Kitchin - Reginald Ingleby Cox
Stuart Latham - Student
Derrick Penley
Leonard Sharp - Buller's Assistant
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