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Inspector Hornleigh (1939) was a Comedy Film directed by Eugene Forde and produced by Robert Kane.

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Inspector Hornleigh Goes to It (1941, Walter Forde)

on Feb 3, 2012 From The Stop Button

For the final Inspector Hornleigh picture, the filmmakers go propaganda. They do have some fun with it?the film?s first sequence is Gordon Harker and Alastair Sim on an army base, undercover as aged privates, investigating scrounging. It?s all played for laughs, sort of wasting some of the running t... Read full article

Inspector Hornleigh (1939, Eugene Forde)

on Jan 30, 2012 From The Stop Button

It would be interesting to know how much of Inspector Hornleigh features Gordon Harker (playing Inspector Hornleigh) on screen. While Harker does get a fair amount of the running time, a lot is spent on his sidekick, played by Alastair Sim, and the villains. The script’s approach to narrative ... Read full article

Inspector Hornleigh on Holiday (1939, Walter Forde)

on Nov 26, 2010 From The Stop Button

Gordon Harker was fifty-five when Inspector Hornleigh on Holiday came out. It’s very strange to see a film from this period with someone his age the lead in a comedic mystery. I’ve never seen him in anything and I can’t remember seeing Alastair Sim in anything but I know Sim’... Read full article

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Also directed by Eugene Forde

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Also released in 1939

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