Kicking the Moon Around
Kicking the Moon Around is a 1938 British musical comedy film directed by Walter Forde and starring Bert Ambrose, Evelyn Dall and Harry Richman. The film marked Maureen O'Hara's screen debut as she made a cameo appearance speaking one line.
|Kicking the Moon Around|
|Directed by||Walter Forde|
|Produced by||Herbert Wynne|
|Written by||Thomas J. Geraghty (story), Michael Hogan|
|Edited by||Derek N. Twist|
Vogue Film Productions
In an effort to discover whether his fiancee is a golddigger, a millionaire's son pretends to have lost all of his money.
- Bert Ambrose and his orchestra - Themselves
- Evelyn Dall - Pepper Martin
- Harry Richman - Harry
- Florence Desmond - Flo Hadley
- Hal Thompson - Bobbie Hawkes
- C. Denier Warren - Mark Browd
- Leslie Carew - Streamline
- Julian Vedey - Herbert Stoker
- Max Bacon - Gus
- Davy Burnaby - Magistrate
- George Carney - Constable Truscott
- Edward Rigby - Professor Scattlebury
- Maureen O'Hara - Secretary
- "Kicking the Moon Around". British Film Institute. Retrieved 20 April 2014.