Shortly after Vivien's play had closed in March 1935, she was cast by
Associated British Film Distributors at Ealing as the ingenue in a film to star Gracie Fields.
This black and white film had taken four weeks of Vivien's time and it was considered
"skillful and entertaining."
The A.T.P. FILM Director and Producer: Basil Dean Screenplay: Gordon Wellesley and J.B. Priestley Music: Harry Parr-Davies Additional Lyric: Horatio Nicholls Fees: Vivien was offered a salary of three hundred pounds Opened: August 4, 1935 in London, UK
Starring: Gracie Fields (Grace Pearson), Tommy Fields (Sidney Pearson),
Vivien Leigh (Marjorie Belfer, a daughter of a mean tycoon), Douglas Wakefield (Joe Chirk),
Alfred Drayton (Belfer), Billy Nelson (Alf Chirk), Harry Tate (Turnpenny), Huntley Wright (Old Ketley),
Robb Wilton (The Mayor), Morris Harvey (Rosenbloom), Kenneth More, DJ Williams (Maples), Kenneth Kove
(Piano Assistant), Jack Melford (Reporter), Maud Gill (Miss Canvey), Helen Ferrers (Lady Buster), Norman Walker (Brierley), Arthur Hamblin (Horning)