Concerning Mr. Martin

Concerning Mr. Martin is a 1937 British thriller film directed by Roy Kellino and starring Wilson Barrett, William Devlin and Marjorie Peacock.[2][3] When an innocent girl is cheated by a seedy nightclub owner, a classy thief comes to her rescue.

Concerning Mr. Martin
Directed byRoy Kellino
Produced byJohn Findlay
Written byErnest Dudley
Richard Llewellyn (additional dialogue)
Story byErnest Dudley
StarringWilson Barrett
William Devlin
Marjorie Peacock
Music byColin Wark
CinematographyStanley Grant
Edited byRalph Kemplen
Distributed byTwentieth Century Fox (UK)
Release date
  • March 1937 (1937-03) (UK)
Running time
59 minutes[1]
CountryUnited Kingdom


  • Leo Martin - Wilson Barrett
  • Gartell - William Devlin
  • Foo - Lionel Montgomery
  • Gloria - Marjorie Peacock
  • Robin - Derek Williams
  • Mary - Madge Somers
  • Detective - Herbert Cameron
  • Commissionaire - Billy Wells
  • Elderly Man - Peter Popp
  • André - Sterlini
  • Croupier - Paul Sheridan

Critical reception

TV Guide rated the film two out of four stars, and noted, "Tense moments between good thief Barrett and the crooked nightclub owner, Devlin, result in some exciting scenes. This clever thriller was Kellino's first film as a director."[4]


This article is issued from Wikipedia. The text is licensed under Creative Commons - Attribution - Sharealike. Additional terms may apply for the media files.