Arrest Bulldog Drummond

Overview

Arrest Bulldog Drummond was the last of Paramount's "B" film series based on Sapper's two-fisted soldier of fortune, and also the final appearance by John Howard as Drummond. In this one, Drummond's honeymoon with his beloved Phyllis Heather Angel is postponed for the umpteenth time when Drummond is framed for the theft of a new ray-gun device which looks like a reconditioned movie projector. Though designed for "the good of mankind," the gun will be a deadly force if it falls into "the wrong hands"--which in ...
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Overview

Arrest Bulldog Drummond was the last of Paramount's "B" film series based on Sapper's two-fisted soldier of fortune, and also the final appearance by John Howard as Drummond. In this one, Drummond's honeymoon with his beloved Phyllis Heather Angel is postponed for the umpteenth time when Drummond is framed for the theft of a new ray-gun device which looks like a reconditioned movie projector. Though designed for "the good of mankind," the gun will be a deadly force if it falls into "the wrong hands"--which in this case belong to goggle-eyed reprobate George Zucco and his gang. Still a fugitive, Drummond gives chase to the real crooks, with the help of several friends and associates, as well as the unofficial approval of Scotland Yard inspector Nielsen H.B. Warner. Drummond narrowly escapes being dunked into a slime pit before he brings the crooks to justice.
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Robert Firsching
One of the best of the two dozen Bulldog Drummond films (1922-70), this one has John Howard back as the famed detective and has the usual supporting cast. Based on H.C. "Sapper" McNeile's The Final Count, the film involves poisonous stingrays, death-rays, mad scientists, and Drummond being charged with murder. It's a bit more energetic than most films in the series and has a very watchable villain thanks to an enthusiastic turn by character actor George Zucco.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/19/2005
  • UPC: 089218471796
  • Original Release: 1938
  • Source: Alpha Video
  • Time: 57:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 64,326

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Howard Capt. Hugh C. Drummond
Heather Angel Phyllis Clavering
H.B. Warner Col. Nielson
Reginald Denny Algy Longworth
E.E. Clive Tenny
Jean Fenwick Lady Beryl Ledyard
Zeffie Tilbury Aunt Meg
George Zucco Rolf Alferson
Leonard Mudie Robin Gannett
Evan Thomas Smith
Clyde Cook Constable Sacker
David Clyde Constable McThane
Neil Fitzgerald Sir Malcolm McLeonard
Claud Allister Sir Basil Leghorne
John Sutton Inspector Tredennis
Ferdinand Munier Old Maj. Trumleigh
John Rogers Guggins
Frank Baker Cop
John Davidson Gumba
George Regas Soongh
Technical Credits
James Hogan Director
Stuart Gilmore Editor
Boris Morros Score Composer
Stuart Palmer Screenwriter
Ted Tetzlaff Cinematographer
Stuart Walker Producer
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Side #1 --
1. Chapter 1 [:52]
2. Chapter 2 [9:05]
3. Chapter 3 [8:09]
4. Chapter 4 [8:50]
5. Chapter 5 [11:25]
6. Chapter 6 [7:48]
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