The Man in the Mirror - Directed by Maurice Elvey





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Published on Aug 19, 2013

Jeremy Dilke (Horton), is a meek, mild-mannered businessman who allows everyone to use him for a
doormat. While looking into his mirror, Dilke is confronted by his brusque, assertive alter ego, who declares "I am the man you have always longed to be." Armed with his newfound confidence, Dilke becomes a go-getting dynamo, much to the delight of heroine Helen (Genevieve Tobin), who knew he had it in him all along. Moon-faced Alastair Sim plays a wonderful cameo as a foreign interpreter.

Directed By
Maurice Elvey

Produced By
Julius Hagen

Edward Everett Horton - Jeremy Dilke
Genevieve Tobin - Helen Dilke
Ursula Jeans - Veronica Tarkington
Garry Marsh - Charles Tarkington
Aubrey Mather - Bogus of Bokhara
Alastair Sim - Interpreter
Renee Gadd - Miss Blake
Viola Compton - Mrs. Massiter
Stafford Hillard - Dr. Graves
Felix Aylmer - Earl Of Wigan

Year of production 1936

Running Time: 78 mins approx
Black & White
Format: 4x3
Region: 0
Sound: Dual Mono
Encryption: CSS


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