|Tilly of Bloomsbury|
|Directed by||Jack Raymond|
|Produced by||Jack Raymond|
|Written by||Ian Hay (play) |
W. P. Lipscomb
|Edited by||Thorold Dickinson|
|Distributed by||Sterling Films|
Tilly of Bloomsbury is a 1931 British comedy film directed by Jack Raymond and starring Sydney Howard, Phyllis Konstam, Richard Bird and Edward Chapman. It is based on the play Tilly of Bloomsbury by Ian Hay. The screenplay concerns a woman who falls in love with an aristocrat.
A young woman falls in love with an aristocrat and tries to convince his parents that she is herself wealthy.
- Sydney Howard as Samuel Stillbottle
- Phyllis Konstam as Tilly Welwyn
- Richard Bird as Dick Mainwaring
- Edward Chapman as Percy Welwyn
- Ellie Jeffreys as Lady Marion Mainwaring
- Marie Wright as Mrs. Banks
- Mabel Russell as Mrs. Welwyn
- H. R. Hignett as Lucius Welwyn
- Ena Grossmith as Amelia Welwyn
- Sebastian Smith as Abel Mainwaring
- Leila Page as Sylvia
- Olwen Roose as Constance Damery
- T. Gordon Blythe as Metha Ram
- "Tilly of Bloomsbury (1931)". BFI. Retrieved 3 April 2020.