This movie did everything I wanted it to. It had snappy dialogue, good acting, interesting plot twists, and a relaxing pace. 

Directors: Sam Wood and   William Wyler uncredited_

Stars:  David Niven,  Olivia de Havilland,  Dame May Whitty

from Wikipedia A.J. Raffles, the celebrated cricketer, is welcomed in the parlours and country estates of high society. This circumstance he uses to his advantage in his secret career as “The Amateur Cracksman”, a master burglar and safecracker who remains always one step ahead of Scotland Yard.

Arthur J. Raffles (usually called A. J. Raffles) is a fictional character created in 1898 by E. W. Hornung, brother-in-law of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes. Raffles is, in many ways, an inversion of Holmes – he is a “gentleman thief”, living at the Albany, a prestigious address in London, playing cricket as a gentleman (or “amateur”) for the Gentlemen of England and supporting himself by carrying out ingenious burglaries. He is called the “Amateur Cracksman” and often, at first, differentiates between him and the “professors” – professional criminals from the lower classes.