The titled Young, who has evaded his grandmother's frequent importunities that he marry (he pairs off her many candidates with his male friends), finally succumbs to the charms of a commoner. His choice is the beautiful Oberon--his mother's secretary--who, without her glasses, proves to
be perfectly smashing. This pleasant comedy scores a number of historical firsts. It is the first production to be made by producer-director Alexander Korda's own independent company, London Film Productions, Ltd.; Korda had settled in England only the year previously, where he had directed a film
for British Paramount, after successes in Hollywood and in France. His company was to ...