The story focuses on two men who trade places. A rich man becomes poor to discover the joy of
the simple life, and a poor man becomes poor. The film received poor reviews.
71 minutes (black and white)
Director: George Pearson
Producer: Anthony Havelock-Allen
Screenplay: Jennifer Howard
Opened: June 1935 in London, UK
Starring: Vivien Leigh (Phil Stanley, a typist), Frederick Peisley
(Guy Carfax), Antony Holles (Bill Bentley), David Horne (Sir Charles Lysle),
Ronald Shiner (Jim Ferrin), Vera Bogetti (Dora Deleamere), Victor Stanley
(Williams), Kate Saxon (Mrs. Ferrin)
David Horne: Acting brought out passions in Vivien like lava from an exploding volcano. Once that lava started to flow, it could never be put back into the crater of the volcano.
Anonymous reviewer: "hopelessly novelettish ... acting with few exceptions in amateurish.
Vivian Leigh shows promise."