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Sidewalks of London (1938) was a Comedy - Black-and-white Film directed by Tim Whelan and produced by Charles Laughton and Erich Pommer.

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Sidewalks of London (1938)

By Lindsey on Dec 19, 2012 From The Motion Pictures

(Image: lakelandelements) Libby (Vivien Leigh) is a skilled young pickpocket who becomes a street performer, working with friends on the streets of London. The group scrapes together just enough money for cheap housing and a bit of food. Libby soon catches the attention of Harley Prentiss (Rex Harri... Read full article

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Charles Staggers: There ain't no answer. You're after justice and logic. There ain't no justice, and there ain't no logic. The world ain't made that way. Everything's luck, see. And good temper. And if you can take a joke. The whole of life's a joke.

Liberty 'Libby': Just a minute! Look here, mister, who does this lovely world belong to, eh? To the people who live on it, you say? Well, I'm one of them. And I've got just the same taste as all the rest. You should be surprised. I get hungry. I get thirsty. I get cold. I enjoy smoke and a permanent wave, and whatever I can get in the way of extras. And why shouldn't I have them?

Charles Staggers: Now look 'ere, young woman!
Harley Prentiss: We've all looked everywhere.

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The premiere of this film, as "St. Martin's Lane'" was broadcast from the Carlton Theatre, Haymarket, with Elsa Lanchester (Mrs. Charles Laughton) as the on-air reporter describing the event.
Michael Wilding according to Lewis Gilbert's memoirs was cast in the film but later replaced.
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onFebruary 12, 1940 with Charles Laughton reprising his film role.
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