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Rodney Stone (movie 1920)

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Rodney Stone is a British silent movie, adapted by W. Courtenay Rowden, directed by Percy Nash, produced by British Exhibitors' Films, released in august 1920 (UK), starring Rex davis as Jim Harrison aka Boy Jim. 6 reels.

The movie is an adaptation of the Arthur Conan Doyle's novel: Rodney Stone (1896).


National Film Library Catalogue 1938 p. 87 (The British Film Institute)