Trottie True

Trottie True (1949)

Tottie True is a gay-90s British music-hall performer who has her sights set on moving from rags to riches, who loses her heart to the pure-and-true blue balloonist, Sid Skinner, but continues her upward search on improving her social status. She finally settles for Lord Landon Digby who has lots of assets and a very-stiff upper lip. She gets a lot of the latter and very little of the former, and decides Sid might have been a better choice.

Writing:
  • Denis Freeman
  • Caryl Brahms
  • S.J. Simon
Directing:
  • Brian Desmond Hurst
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  • Release Date: 1949-09-29
  • Language: English
  • Country: GB
  • Runtime: 96

Ian Wilson

Bert (uncredited)

Constance Smith

Gaiety Girl (uncredited)

Daphne Anderson

Bertha True

Ian Carmichael

Bill the Postman (uncredited)

Carole Lesley

Clare as a child

Michael Medwin

Monty, Marquis of Maidenhead

Irene Browne

Duchess (uncredited)

Gretchen Franklin

Martha (uncredited)

Heather Thatcher

Angela Platt Brown

Sam Kydd

'Bedford' Stage Manager (uncredited)

Helen Goss

Mrs. Bellaire (uncredited)

Patrick Cargill

Party Guest (uncredited)

Hugh Sinclair

Maurice Beckenham

Elspet Gray

Honor Bellaire (uncredited)

James Donald

Lord Digby Langdon

Christopher Lee

Hon. Bongo Icklesham

Lana Morris

Bouncy Barrington

Jean Kent

Trottie True

Lyndon Brook

Bit Role (uncredited)

Michael Ward

Pianist at Ball (uncredited)

Harcourt Williams

Duke Of Wellwater

Philip Strange

Earl of Burney (uncredited)

Andrew Crawford

Sid Skinner

Bill Owen

Joe Jugg

Anthony Steel

The Bellaires' footman

Hattie Jacques

Daisy Delaware

Roger Moore

Stage Door Johnny (uncredited)

Francis de Wolff

George Edwardes

Howard Douglas

Newspaper Editor (uncredited)

John Fabian

Stage Door Johnnie (uncredited)

May Hallatt

Old Ellen (uncredited)

Andreas Malandrinos

Head Waiter (uncredited)

Philip Stainton

Arthur Briggs (uncredited)

Elsie Wagstaff

Dependant Relative (uncredited)
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