Not So Quiet on the Western Front is a 1930 British comedy film directed by Monty Banks and starring Leslie Fuller, Mona Goya and Wilfred Temple.
It was made by British International Pictures. Its title is a reference to All Quiet on the Western Front (1930).
The original film (1930) had a sequel, The Road Back (1937), which portrays members of the 2nd Company returning home after the war.
A new adaptation of All Quiet on the Western Front was released in 1979. Also refer to the 2022 version of the film.
A cook recalls his days in the trenches of World War I.
- Leslie Fuller – Bill Smith.
- Mona Goya – Fifi.
- Wilfred Temple – Bob.
- Stella Browne – Yvonne.
- Gladys Cruickshank – Mimi.
- Gerald Lyle – Private Very.
- Dmitri Vetter – Private John Willie.
- Syd Courtenay – Lieutenant.
- Frank Melroyd – Sergeant.
- Marjorie Loring – Diane.
- Nina Olivette – Dancer.
Production & Filming Details
- Director(s): Monty Banks.
- Writer(s): Syd Courtenay, Lola Harvey, and Victor Kendall.
- Music: John Reynders (musical director).
- Cinematography: James R. Rogers.
- Production: British International Pictures (BIP).
- Distributor(s): Wardour Films.
- Release Date: 01 May 1930 (London) and 04 August 1930 (UK general release).
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- Language: English.