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|Directed by||Richard Wallace|
|Produced by||Samuel Goldwyn|
|Written by||John Hunter Booth (play) |
Katherine Cecil Thurston (novel)
|Starring||Ronald Colman |
|Music by||Alfred Newman|
|Edited by||Stuart Heisler|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
It was produced by Samuel Goldwyn and released through United Artists. The Masquerader was a popular 1904 novel, a 1917 play, and a 1922 silent film. Colman takes a double role as a drug-addicted member of Parliament and his lookalike cousin recruited to take his place.
- Ronald Colman as Sir John Chilcote/John Loder
- Elissa Landi as Eve Chilcote
- Juliette Compton as Lady Diana Joyce
- David Torrence as Fraser
- Claude King as Lakely
- Halliwell Hobbes as Brock
- Helen Jerome Eddy as Robbins
- Olaf Hytten as Doctor
- Creighton Hale as Bobby Blessington
- C. Montague Shaw as Speaker of the House (uncredited)
- "The Masquerader (1933)". BFI.
- Baron, Cynthia (August 18, 2016). Modern Acting: The Lost Chapter of American Film and Theatre. Springer. ISBN 9781137406552 – via Google Books.
- Hall.h.t.s, Mordaunt (September 4, 1933). "Ronald Colman Has Dual Role in a Film of Katherine C. Thurston's Novel "The Masquerader."" – via NYTimes.com.
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