Take It from Me (1937 film)

Take It from Me is a 1937 British comedy film directed by William Beaudine and starring Max Miller, Betty Lynne and Buddy Baer.[1] It is often referred to by its working title, Transatlantic Trouble. Ahead of its opening in Australia, the filmmakers were sued there by a Lady Fairhaven who complained that a character in the film with the same name could be confused for her. The case was settled out of court.[2] Existing cast lists only refer to a "Lady Foxham"; it is possible the offending name was ultimately overdubbed. It is now believed to be a lost film.[3]


A British boxing promoter tries to get an opportunity for his man to fight for the title in America.



  1. http://explore.bfi.org.uk/4ce2b6b792956 BFI.com entry, retrieved 7 July 2015
  2. "FILM LIBEL CASE". The West Australian. Perth: National Library of Australia. 26 November 1937. p. 28. Retrieved 7 July 2015.
  3. http://www.britishpictures.com/articles/missing.htm BritishPictures.com: "Missing Believed Lost", retrieved 7 July 2015

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