Mrs. Dane's Defence

Mrs. Dane's Defence is a 1933 British drama film directed by A. V. Bramble and starring Joan Barry, Basil Gill and Francis James. It was an adaptation of the 1900 play Mrs Dane's Defence by Henry Arthur Jones. The play had previously been adapted into an American silent film.


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    director A.V. Bramble
    genre drama
    producer Harry Rowson
    productionCompany National Talkies
    publisher Paramount British Pictures
    theme silent