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All the Things You Are 

After Caspar Landry turns up to her charity lunch Lady Agnes visits his factory, and, when the hired mannequin fails to show, ends up modelling his stockings for an advertising campaign, to... See full summary »

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Beryl Ballard
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Johnny Proude
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Mrs. Clarice Thackeray
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Harry Spargo
Ami Metcalf ...
Eunice McCabe
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Mr. Warwick Pritchard
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Mr. Amanjit Singh
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Sir Hallam Holland
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Lady Agnes Holland
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Lady Persephone Towyn
Neal Barry ...
Arthur Wilson
Scott Haran ...
Teddy Skinner
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Casper Landry
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Mrs. Sylvia Fuller
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After Caspar Landry turns up to her charity lunch Lady Agnes visits his factory, and, when the hired mannequin fails to show, ends up modelling his stockings for an advertising campaign, to the annoyance of Sir Hallam. To impress Beryl, Harry enters the Belgravia servants boxing competition. However, the organizer is more taken by young Johnny's fighting skills, and the boy progresses to the amateur welterweight finals, but walks out after the promoter makes a pass at him. Harry takes his place and wins the title and the admiration of Beryl. Hallam brawls with Landry, who has come to watch the fight, and forbids his wife from seeing him. He is, however, more than happy to share a long kiss with her sister. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Quotes

The Duke of Kent: Hallam tells me that you've become a boxing enthusiast.
Dr. Blanche Mottershead: Give me a man stripped to the waist in prime condition and I can think of *no* better use for him than to see him knocked around a ring.
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References The Lady Vanishes (1938) See more »

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The Music of Upstairs and Downstairs: Upstairs Downstairs Theme
Written by Alexander Faris
Performed by Carl Davis
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