Aren't We All?

Aren't We All? (1932)

  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Release Date: 1932-03-17
  • Runtime: 1h 20min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Paramount British Pictures
  • Production Country: United Kingdom
  • Director: Harry Lachman


Because his father, Lord Grenham, spends more time philandering with attractive women than conducting business, Willie Tatham is forced to interrupt his honeymoon with his wife Margot in the south of France and return to London to get his father to sign an important contract. While Margot, an actress, goes to a small resort where she will not be recognized, Kitty Lake, one of the young women Lord Grenham pursues, flirts with Willie. Two weeks pass and when Willie tells Margot on the telephone that he must stay in town, she threatens to engage in a violent flirtation with the next attractive man she sees. Karl von der Heide, from Vienna, who is waiting to use the telephone, overhears her and begins a flirtation. She identifies herself to him as Mrs. Margaret Spaulding, and they pursue the beginnings of a romance until Margot suddenly returns home.

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  • Gertrude Lawrence

    as Margot
  • Hugh Wakefield

    as Lord Grenham
  • Owen Nares

    as Willie
  • Wallace Geoffrey

    as Robert Kent
  • Harold Huth

    as Karl Van der Hyde
  • Marie Lohr

    as Lady Frinton
  • Renee Gadd

    as Kitty Lake
  • Emily Fitzroy

    as Angela
  • Aubrey Mather

    as Vicar
  • Rita Page

    as Cabaret Dancer
  • Maud Gill

    as Bit Part
  • Kathleen Harrison

    as Bit Role
  • Eileen Munro

    as Bit Part
  • Merle Oberon

    as Bit Part
Camera Rudolph Maté Director of Photography
Crew Rudolph Maté Cinematography
Directing Harry Lachman Director
Writing Frederick Lonsdale Original Story
Production Walter Morosco Producer
Writing Basil Mason Screenplay
Writing Gilbert Wakefield Screenplay
Sound Ord Hamilton Songs
Camera Jack Whitehead Director of Photography
Crew Jack Whitehead Cinematography