British Comedy Guide

Squibs

1935 British comedy film.

Squibs

Squibs

Betty Balfour returns in the role of "Squibs", a character that made her famous in the silent film era.

Directed by Henry Edwards, co-founder of New Art Productions. Made at Twickenham Studios in 1935, Betty Balfour is a cockney flower seller has a burgeoning romance with policeman (Stanley Holloway), but the tryst is threatened by the gambling of Squibs's father (Gordon Harker).

With the help of her friends and a lottery ticket... Squibs saves the day!

First released: Friday 5th October 2012

  • Distributor: Renown Pictures
  • Region: All regions
  • Discs: 1
  • Catalogue: 194786

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