Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back


Bulldog Drummond
Strikes Back (1934)

(featuring Lucille Ball as Bridesmaid)

Lucille Ball Movies

This second and final "Bulldog Drummond" film to star Ronald Colman, finds the famed sleuth in the midst of a sinister plan orchestrated by Warner Oland.

Damsel in distress Loretta Young reports that her wealthy and influential uncle is missing, but all those concerned insist that the uncle never existed, and that Young is out of her mind. Drummond suspects that she's telling the truth, and that the uncle's disappearance is tied into political intrigue of some sort or other.

Special Notes: This film is a loose sequel to the 1929 film Bulldog Drummond which had also starred Colman.

Movie #10
Film Date: 1934

Release Date: August 15, 1934
Film Type: comedy/drama
Film Color: mystery
Studio: 20th Century/United Artists
Film Length: 83 minutes

Roy Del Ruth (Director)
Joseph M. Schenck (Producer
Darryl F. Zanuck (Producer)

Character Role:
Lucille Ball (Bridesmaid) (uncredited)

Supporting Cast:
Ronald Colman (Captain Hugh Drummond)
Loretta Young (Lola Field)
Warner Oland (Prince Achmed
Charles Butterworth (Algy Longworth)
Una Merkel (Gwen)
C. Aubrey Smith (Capt. Nielsen)
Kathleen Burke (Jane Sothern)
Arthur Hohl (Dr. Sothern)
George Regas (Singh)
Ethel Griffies (Mrs. Field)
Mischa Auer (Hassan)
Douglas Gerrard (Parker)
Halliwell Hobbes (1st Bobby)
E.E. Clive (2nd Bobby)
Pat O'Moore)
W.J. O'Brien (Servant at Banquet)
Anabel Shaw
Yorke Sherwood (Bobbie)
Vernon Steele
Pat Somerset (Men at Wedding)
H.M. Clugston (Mr. Field)
Gunnis Davis (Man with Harsh Voice)
Billy Bevan (Man in Hotel Room)
Wilson Benge (Neilsen's Valet)
Doreen Monroe (Woman in Hotel Room)
Terry Kilburn
Bob Kortman (Henchman)
Creighton Hale (Wedding Guest)
Charles Irwin (Cockney Drunk on Street)
Gloria Henry