Loyalties is a 1933 British drama film directed by Basil Dean and starring Basil Rathbone, Heather Thatcher and Miles Mander. It is based on the 1922 John Galsworthy play Loyalties.


While a houseguest at an upper-class gathering, wealthy Jew Ferdinand de Levis is robbed of £1,000 with evidence pointing towards the guilt of another guest, Captain Dancy. Instead of supporting De Levis, the host attempts to hush the matter up and when this fails, he sides with Dancy and subtly tries to destroy de Levis' reputation. When Dancy is later exposed, and commits suicide, de Levis is blamed for his demise.

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    contentLocation England
    director Basil Dean
    editor Thorold Dickinson
    genre drama
    keywords gather
    producer Basil Dean
    productionCompany Associated Talking Pictures
    publisher Associated British Film Distributors Harold Auten
    theme legal race and ethnicity