Tilly of Bloomsbury (1940 film)
|Tilly of Bloomsbury|
|Produced by||A. Barr-Smith|
|Written by||Nils Holstius|
|Based on||play |
Tilly of Bloomsbury is a 1940 British
The rich and wealthy aristocrat socialité bachelor Dick Mainwaring falls in love with a beautiful you of woman from a lower class, Tilly Welwyn, whose mother owns a boarding house. Problems arise because the two lovers come from completely different backgrounds. At first Dick is discouraged and behaves like a complete snob towards the hard working mother, but after a while he learns to see the good side of their life and changes his mind. Dick brings Tilly to his family's mansion in te country over the weekend. The visit starts out badly, since his mother, Lady Marion, strongly disapproves with the couple's union. The mother tries to split the couple up, but they are aided by the cunning butler, Samuel Stillbottle. Ultimately their love grows stronger as they overcome their differences, and romance pull the longer straw in the end.