So You Won't Talk (1935 film)

So You Won't Talk is a 1935 British comedy film directed by William Beaudine and starring Monty Banks, Vera Pearce and Bertha Belmore.[1] The screenplay concerns the owner of a restaurant, who is left a large inheritance.


The owner of a small Italian restaurant in central London is left a million pound inheritance, the only stipulation to the will being that he cannot speak or write anything for a period of one month.



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