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My Grandfather's Clock

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My Grandfather's Clock (1934)

My Grandfather's Clock is an American parodic movie produced by MGM released on 27 october 1934, starring Charles Judels as Philo Holmes and Franklin Pangborn as Dr. Watkins. 17 min.

In Phwitterby-on-Thames, England, where a murder has been committed, Philo Holmes and Dr. Watkins are investigating...


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Video

Extract


Cast

Uncredited

  • Servant : Mischa Auer
  • Housekeeper : Sarah Edwards
  • Grandfather : Otto Hoffman
  • Barrister Victim : C. Montague Shaw


  • Director : Felix E. Feist
  • Screenplay : Richard Goldstone, Felix E. Feist
  • Music : Felix E. Feist





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