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Chicago's Sherlock Holmes

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The Moving Picture World, 19 march 1910, p. 443

Chicago's Sherlock Holmes is an American silent movie released in 1910. Black & White.

The story is about the adventures of Clifton R. Woolridge, a real Chicago police officer who was at the time named the incorruptible Sherlock Holmes of America.

Survival status: Unknown.





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