Man in the Mirror (1936) - Rotten Tomatoes

Man in the Mirror (1936)





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The Man in the Mirror is Edward Everett Horton, making one of his periodic professional visits to England. Horton plays Jeremy Dilke, a meek, mild-mannered businessman who allows everyone to use him for a doormat. While looking into his mirror, Dilke is confronted by his brusque, assertive alter ego, who declares "I am the man you have always longed to be." Armed with his newfound confidence, Dilke becomes a go-getting dynamo -- much to the delight of heroine Helen (Genevieve Tobin), who knew he had it in him all along. Moon-faced Alastair Sim plays a wonderful cameo as a foreign interpreter.


Ursula Jeans
as Veronica
Garry Marsh
as Tarkington
Alastair Sim
as Interpreter
Aubrey Mather
as Bogus of Bokhara
Renée Gadd
as Miss Blake
Viola Compton
as Mrs. Massiter
Felix Aylmer
as Earl Of Wigan
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Critic Reviews for Man in the Mirror

All Critics (1)

The Man in the Mirror is an amusing little parable - or possibly parody - based on the how-to-win-friendsand-infiuence-people school of thought.

October 9, 2019 | Full Review…

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