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Miss Christine Silver as Enid Stonor

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This photo was published in The Sketch on 3 august 1910.


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The Sketch (3 august 1910, p. 110)

A DAUGHTER OF EVE IN PERIL FROM A SERPENT: MISS CHRISTINE SILVER, NOW PLAYING ENID STONOR IN "THE SPECKLED BAND."

In Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's thrilling Sherlock Holmes play, "The Speckled Band," now running at the Adelphi, Enid Stonor is in danger of being murdered by means of a venomous snake. The would-be murderer is baffled by the ingenuity of Sherlock.























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