His Grace Gives Notice (novel)

His Grace Gives Notice is a 1922 comedy novel by Lady Laura Troubridge. A butler tries to hide the fact that he has recently inherited a title and an estate so that he can continue to romance the daughter of the house where he is in service.[1]


The novel was adapted into films twice. In 1924 a silent version His Grace Gives Notice was directed by W.P. Kellino. In 1933 a sound adaptation His Grace Gives Notice directed by George A. Cooper was released.


  1. Shafer p.112


  • Shafer, Stephen C. British popular films, 1929-1939: The Cinema of Reassurance. Routledge, 1997.

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