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The Missing Rembrandt

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The Missing Rembrandt (1932)

The Missing Rembrandt is a British movie released in february 1932, produced by Twickenham Studios, starring Arthur Wontner as Sherlock Holmes and Ian Fleming as Dr. Watson. 84 min. Black & White. Presumably lost.

Somewhat based on the Conan Doyle's short story: The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton.

Other titles:

  • Sherlock Holmes and the Missing Rembrandt (USA) 25 march 1932
  • Case of the Missing Rembrandt (?)
  • Adventure of the Missing Rembrandt (?)
  • Strange Case of the Missing Rembrandt (?)


Cast

  • Sherlock Holmes : Arthur Wontner
  • Dr. John H. Watson : Ian Fleming
  • Lady Violet Lamsden : Jane Welsh
  • Claude Holford : Miles Mander
  • Baron von Guntermann : Francis L. Sullivan
  • Carlo Ravelli : Dino Galvani
  • Inspector Lestrade : Philip Hewland
  • Mrs. Hudson : Minnie Rayner
  • Marquess de Chaminade : Anthony Holles

Uncredited

  • Manning : Herbert Lomas
  • Chang Wu : Kenji Takase
  • Pinkerton Agent : Ben Welden


  • Director : Leslie S. Hiscott
  • Producer : Julius Hagen
  • Screenplay : H. Fowler Mear, Cyril Twyford
  • Cinematography : Sydney Blythe, Basil Emmott




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