The Return of Bulldog Drummond (1934)

Director
Walter Summers

Main cast
Ralph Richardson; Ann Todd; Joyce Kennedy; Francis L. Sullivan; Claud Allister

Genres
Crime

Description
The retired British captain (Ralph Richardson) forms a gang to rescue his wife (Ann Todd) and thwart his nemesis (Francis L. Sullivan).


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