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Advert for Twenty Curly Red-Headed Men

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Advert for Twenty Curly Red-Headed Men was an advert published in The Times on 27 september 1920.

The advert was for the 1921 Stoll silent movie The Red-Headed League starring Eille Norwood as Sherlock Holmes and Hubert Willis as Dr. Watson.


The Times (20 january 1921, p. 1)

THE RED-HEADED LEAGUE — On account of circumstances not unconnected with the bequest of the late Hezekiah Hopkins, of Lebanon, Penn., U.S.A., LUCRATIVE EMPLOYMENT for ONE DAY ONLY is NOW AVAILABLE for TWENTY CURLY, RED-HEADED MEN who are sound in body and mind. Those who have served in H. M. Forces and have some knowledge of acting preferred. Apply, in first instance, M. E., care of Dixon's, 195, Oxford-street, W.






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