Keep Your Seats, Please

Keep Your Seats, Please

Keep Your Seats, Please is a 1936 British comedy film directed by Monty Banks and starring George Formby, Florence Desmond and Alastair Sim. It marked the film debut of the child star Binkie Stuart. The film was made by Associated Talking Pictures.


George Withers learns he is supposed to inherit some valuable jewels from his aunt, and enlists the aid of his dubious lawyer to ensure he gets them. It transpires the stones are hidden in the lining of one of six antique chairs, and his aunt has left instructions for her nephew to purchase the chairs at auction. But unfortunately they are sold separately, as he arrives too late to bid.

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    contentLocation England
    director Monty Banks
    editor Jack Kitchin
    genre comedy
    musicBy Ernest Irving
    producer Basil Dean
    productionCompany Associated Talking Pictures
    publisher Associated British Film Distributors