Lady in Danger

Lady in Danger

Lady in Danger is a 1934 British comedy thriller film directed by Tom Walls and starring Walls, Yvonne Arnaud and Anne Grey. The screenplay was by Ben Travers.


In the mythical European country of Ardenberg, General Dittling (Leon M. Lion) stages a military coup. His supporters believe that he will set up a republic but it is actually his desire to restore the monarchy. Therefore, he persuades British businessman Richard Dexter (Tom Walls) to escort the Queen (Yvonne Arnaud) to the safety of England. Once there his relations with the Queen are farcically misconstrued, when his fiancée Lydia (Anne Gray) arrives unannounced. After many adventures, the King (Hugh Wakefield), who has fled to Paris, is reunited with his wife.


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    director Tom Walls
    editor Helen Lewis
    genre comedy thriller
    keywords military coup set up the king
    musicBy Jack Beaver
    producer Michael Balcon
    productionCompany Gaumont British
    publisher Gaumont British Distributors
    theme comedy thriller