|Lord Camber's Ladies|
|Directed by||Benn W. Levy|
|Produced by||Alfred Hitchcock|
|Written by||Benn W. Levy|
Horace Annesley Vachell
|Based on||The Case of Lady Camber|
by Horace Annesley Vachell
|Starring||Gerald du Maurier|
|Distributed by||Wardour Films|
An aristocrat marries a singer, but then tries to murder her when he falls in love with another woman.
- Gerald du Maurier as Doctor Napier
- Gertrude Lawrence as Lady Camber
- Benita Hume as Janet King
- Nigel Bruce as Lord Camber
- Clare Greet as Peach
- A. Bromley Davenport as Sir Bedford Slufter
- Betty Norton as Hetty
- Harold Meade as Ainley
- Hugh E. Wright as Old Man
- Hal Gordon as Stage Manager
- Molly Lamont as Actress
This is the only film Alfred Hitchcock produced but did not direct. It was later dismissed by him as a BIP quota quickie: "a poison thing. I gave it to Benn Levy to direct". It is an adaptation of the 1915 play The Case of Lady Camber by Horace Annesley Vachell. The play had previously been filmed in 1915 by Walter West.
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