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The Butler's Dilemma

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The Butler's Dilemma

The Butler's Dilemma is a 1943 British, black-and-white, comedy film, directed by Leslie S. Hiscott and starring Ronald Shiner as Ernie, Ian Fleming, Francis L. Sullivan, Judy Kelly, Hermione Gingold, Henry Kendall, Wally Patch.[1] It was produced by Elisabeth Hiscott, Graham Cutts and Shaftesbury Films.


A group of friends are forced into a number of deceptions in order to stage a gambling party in peace.[2]


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  • Internet Movie Database
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