My Friend the King


My Friend the King is a 1932 British comedy film, directed by Michael Powell and starring Jerry Verno. The film was a follow-up to Two Crowded Hours, Powell's unexpectedly popular directorial debut of the previous year, with comedian Verno reprising his role as a chirpy Cockney taxi driver who gets mixed up in shady doings. This film however was less well-received, with Powell recalling it as "a complete failure", also noting that he worked on six films during 1932 and that "they couldn't all be good...and they weren't".

My Friend the King is one of eleven quota quickies directed by Powell between 1931 and 1936 of which no print is known to survive. The film is not held in the BFI National Archive, and is classed as "missing, believed lost".[1]

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My Friend the King sh ast
মাই ফ্রেন্ড ইস দ্য কিংbn
Herstellungsland:Vereinigtes Königreich
Regie:Michael Powell
Drehbuch:Joseph Jefferson Farjeon
Michael Powell
Kamera:Geoffrey Faithfull
Produzent:Jerome Jackson
Darsteller:Jerry Verno
Luli von Bodenhausen
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