The Great Game (1930)

08/27/1930 (GB) Comedy 1h 16m
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Overview

Set in Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge football ground and featuring appearances from many real-life players from the day, this is the first film to feature football as its central theme and is recognisably modern and authentic. It deals with the day to day dramas, conflicts and love interests of players and managers in the run-up to the Cup Final.

  1. Jack Raymond

    Director

  2. William Hunter

    Writer

  3. W. P. Lipscomb

    Writer

  4. John Lees

    Writer

  5. Ralph Gilbert Bettison

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. John Batten

    Dicky Brown

  2. John Batten

    Peggy Jackson

  3. Jack Cock

    Jim Blake

  4. Randle Ayrton

    Randle Ayrton

    Henderson

  5. Neil Kenyon

    Jackson

  6. Kenneth Kove

    Bultitude

  7. A.G. Poulton

    Banks

  8. Billy Blyth

    Billy

  9. Lew Lake

    Tubby

  10. View More

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Status Released

Original Language English

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