|Trust the Navy|
|Directed by||Lupino Lane|
|Produced by||Ian Sutherland|
|Music by||Billy Mayerl|
St. George's Pictures
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
Trust the Navy is a 1935 British comedy film directed by Lupino Lane and starring Lane, Nancy Burne and Wallace Lupino. It was made at Cricklewood Studios. It marked the screen debut of Guy Middleton, who went on to be a leading character actor in British films of the following decades.
- Lupino Lane as Nip Briggs
- Nancy Burne as Susie
- Wallace Lupino as Wally Wopping
- Guy Middleton as Lieutenant Richmond
- Miki Hood as Andree Terraine
- Ben Welden as Scar
- Fred Leslie as Chief Petty Officer
- Doris Rogers as Martha
- Reginald Long as Serge Chungster
- Arthur Rigby as Lambert Terrain
- Charles Sewell
- Arthur Stanley
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