Convict 99 Trailer

Convict 99 Trailer (1938)

26 September 1938 Comedy 91 mins

A disgraced school master, Benjamin Twist, is mistaken for a tough prison governor and assigned the charge of a prison for particularly hardened criminals. Believing he is being sent to a school rather than a prison, he celebrates accordingly only to find that his drunkenness accidently lands him on the wrong side of the prison bars. The Governorship is eventually restored to him, and he sets about popularising himself amongst the convicts by turning a blind eye to their shady dealings.

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Will Hay

as Dr. Benjamin Twist

Moore Marriott

as Jerry The Mole

Graham Moffatt

as Albert Brown

Peter Gawthorne

as Sir Cyril

Basil Radford

as Deputy Governor

Dennis wyndham

as Head Warder

Wilfred Walter

as Max Slessor

Dennis Wyndham

as Head Warder


International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 26 September 1938

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