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Friday the Thirteenth (1933) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Victor Saville and produced by Michael Balcon.

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Review: Friday the Thirteenth (1933)

on Apr 13, 2018 From Comet Over Hollywood

When it comes to Friday the 13th films, audiences generally recollect horror films involving a man in a ski mask. But before those gory films came to be, British film released by Gainsborough Pictures follows a group on a bus just minutes before the clock strikes midnight on Friday the 13th. Directe... Read full article

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Towards the beginning of the film Jessie Matthews (playing Millie) asks the bus conductor (played by her husband Sonnie Hale) "You won't forget to put me off at Linden Gardens, will you?"Sonnie's prompt reply is "No fear!" -- there was very little chance of his forgetting that particular address, since his own flat in Linden Gardens had seen the beginning of their relationship only a few years earlier...
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