|Don't Get Me Wrong|
|Directed by||Arthur B. Woods|
|Produced by||Irving Asher|
|Written by||Frank Launder|
George E. Stone
|Cinematography||Basil Emmott |
|Edited by||Arthur Ridout|
|Distributed by||Warner Brothers|
Don't Get Me Wrong is a 1937 British comedy film co-directed by Arthur B. Woods and Reginald Purdell and starring Max Miller and George E. Stone. It was made at Teddington Studios with sets designed by Peter Proud. The film was made by the British subsidiary of Warner Brothers, made on a considerably higher budget than many of the quota quickies the studios usually produced.
Unlike several of Miller's Teddington films which are now lost, this still survives.
Miller plays a fairground performer who meets a professor who claims to have invented a cheap substitute for petrol. They team up and persuade a millionaire to finance them to develop and market the product, while unsavoury elements are keen to steal the formula and try all means to get their hands on it, involving slapstick chases and double-crosses. It then turns out that the miracle fluid is diluted coconut oil, and the genius professor is an escaped lunatic. The millionaire finds himself taking the brunt of the disappointment.
- Max Miller as Wellington Lincoln
- George E. Stone as Chuck
- Olive Blakeney as Frankie
- Glen Alyn as Christine
- Clifford Heatherley as Sir George Baffin
- Wallace Evennett as Dr. Rudolph Pepper
- Alexander Field as Gray
- Low, Rachael. Filmmaking in 1930s Britain. George Allen & Unwin, 1985.
- Wood, Linda. British Films, 1927-1939. British Film Institute, 1986.