Yank At Oxford, A - (Original Trailer)
Robert Taylor is a cocky American student who runs into trouble when he becomes A Yank At Oxford (1938) co-starring a young Vivien Leigh.
Yank At Oxford, A (1938) - What Held You Back?
Kansas newsman Sheridan (Lionel Barrymore) has his print crew (Harlan Briggs leading) fuming as he waits for news that his son Lee (Robert Taylor, convincing in a role designed to toughen up his image) has won the 440, opening A Yank At Oxford, 1938, the first MGM British production.
Yank At Oxford, A (1938) - The Mother In You
After colliding again with the dean (Edmund Gwenn), Robert Taylor (as American student Lee Sheridan) visits a bicycle shop where he begins his first-ever scene with Vivien Leigh (as frisky faculty wife "Mrs. Craddock"), in the MGM-British production A Yank At Oxford, 1938.
Yank At Oxford, A (1938) - Perfectly Beautiful Enemy
American jock Lee Sheridan (Robert Taylor) on the train to Oxford, introduces himself to fellow students Beaumont, Wavertree and Ramsey (Griffith Jones, Robert Coote, Peter Croft) when Beaumont's sister Molly (Maureen O'Sullivan) arrives, and a gag is pulled, in A Yank At Oxford, 1938.