Bulldog Drummond (1929) was a Mystery - Drama Film directed by F. Richard Jones and produced by Samuel Goldwyn.
Academy Awards 1929/30 --- Ceremony Number 3 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Actor||Ronald Colman||Nominated|
|Best Art Direction||(William Cameron Menzies)||Nominated|
Watching 1939: Bulldog Drummond’s Bride (1939)on May 14, 2020 From Comet Over Hollywood
In 2011, I announced I was trying to see every film released in 1939. This new series chronicles films released in 1939 as I watch them.?As we start out this blog feature, this section may become more concrete as I search for a common thread that runs throughout each film of the year. Right now, tha... Read full article
Bulldog Drummond at Bay (1937)By Beatrice on Oct 18, 2013 From Flickers in Time
Bulldog Drummond at Bay Directed by Norman Lee Written by Patrick Kriwan and James Parrish 1937/UK Associated British Picture Corporation First viewing This entry comes from the U.K. and features an entirely different cast than the 1937 Paramount pictures. ?I thought this might mean a weaker film, b... Read full article
Bulldog Drummond Comes Back (1937)By Beatrice on Oct 1, 2013 From Flickers in Time
Bulldog Drummond Comes Back Directed by Louis King Written by Edmund T. Lowe, Jr. 1937/USA Paramount Pictures First viewing Tenny: Married, married? Harried, Sir! Bulldog?Drummond: No, no, no Tenny, harried doesn’t go with married. Tenny: You speak with the voice of inexperience sir! Another... Read full article
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Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: You must admit it's rather like a penny thriller.
Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: I've been bored too long. I can't stand it any more. I'm too rich to work, too intelligent to play (much); I tell you, if something doesn't happen within the next few days, I'll explode.
Algy Longworth: I don't know what to suggest, dear old boy, unless you advertised... and you, you can't very well do that, can you?
Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: I don't know, I might. I rather think that's an inspiration, Algy, by Jove I do! I didn't know you had it in you. Say, barman, give me a piece of paper and a pencil. Now, let's see: "To the Editor, Personal Column, The Times, London. Demobilized officer, finding peace unbearably tedious..."
Algy Longworth: Dear old boy, you're not serious!
[Dissolve to the printed ad, which continues: "... would welcome any excitement. Legitimate, if possible, but crime of humorous description, no objection."]
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