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Double Feature: 75th Anniversary! ST. MARTIN’S LANE, 1938, Cohen Film, 83 min. Dir. Tim Whelan. Street entertainer Charles Laughton has eyes for beautiful pickpocket Vivien Leigh, but realizes that posh Rex Harrison can do a lot more for her than he can. STORM IN A TEACUP, 1937, Cohen Film, 87 min. Dirs. Ian Dalrymple, Victor Saville. After Scottish provost Cecil Parker condemns an old woman’s pet dog, reporter Rex Harrison (in his first leading role) pens an article that puts the politician in hot water - but that’s not enough to stop the man’s daughter (Vivien Leigh) from falling for the writer in this charming comedy.

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