It is possible that Charles Mortimer appeared in this film.
A Safe Affair (1931)
Franklin Dyall - Rupert Gay
Connie Emerald – Blonde
Douglas Jefferies – Henry
J. Neil More - Otto Crann
Jeanne Stuart - Olga Delgaroff
J.H. Roberts – Judd
James Knight – Tom
George Turner - Jim
This was a crime drama where an adventurer saves secret papers from a Ruritanian countess.
From The Era 20 May, 1931
A New Company
Herbert Wynne is now Productions Director for Langham Productions, a new company with headquarters in Imperial House, 11 Regent Street. In about a fortnight he will start shooting on a series of original scripts by Eliot Stannard, under the general title of "Gay Adventures.” The stories, I understand, have a kind of ” Admirable Crichton" flavour. In the company will be Franklin Dyall, J. H. Roberts, Connie Emerald, Nancy Welford, Charles Mortimer, and Jerry Stewart. Walter Blakeley will be turning. Another old friend, Charles Dalmon—he came into the business by way of George Clarke Production's - will Art Director. Herbert Wynne plans to complete the whole six fiims within twelve months. He needs about eighty extras for the first, and has promised to get them through the Guild.
From The Era of 10 June 1931.
An All-Rounder. By the way, Michael Powell is the new director I mentioned; personally I should say he stands a very good chance of success, having practised still camera-work with B.I.P. portraiture with one West-End firm, art direction with another, film direction with Alex Ingram at Nice, and scenario writing in these same riverside studios, where he wrote the script for "77, Park Lane."
I believe in these all-rounders; their personal knowledge of what they do enables them to get it done. This company, for some reason or other baptised "The Film engineering Company,” is, as far as I can ascertain, a new one.
Another new film is "A Safe Affair,” which Langham Productions (the second new company) is making at a new studio at Teddington. This, the first of series of shortish comedy dramas with the generic title, "Gay Adventures,” dealing with the exploits of one Rupert Gay. Franklin Dyall is Rupert, J. H. Roberts his valet. In addition to these two fine performers, the cast of this first one includes Jeanne Stuart, whom I had my eye when she was in "The Limping Man" recently: Connie Emerald, Nancy Welford, and Charles Mortimer.