It's a Boy (1934) - Rotten Tomatoes

It's a Boy (1934)





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It's a Boy was freely adapted from a German play by Franz Arnold and Ernest Bach. On the eve of his marriage to Anita Gunn (Heather Thatcher), Dudley Leake (Edward Everett Horton) is confronted by Joe Piper (Albert Burdon), who claims to be Dudley's illegitimate son. Best man James Skippett (Leslie Henson) smells a rat, especially when Joe demands money for his silence. Investigating on his own, Skippett learns a few awful truths and saves the day. Heavily made up as an old duffer, Edward Everett Horton garners most of the film's laughs, keeping the very thinnish plotline afloat. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Leslie Henson
as James Skippett
Albert Burdon
as Joe Piper
Heather Thatcher
as Anita Gunn
Alfred Drayton
as Eustace Bogle
Wendy Barrie
as Mary Bogle
Helen Haye
as Mrs. Bogle
Joyce Kirby
as Lillian
John H. Roberts
as Registrar
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