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Sherlock Holmes (movie 1916)

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Sherlock Holmes is an American silent movie released on 15 may 1916 in USA. Directed by Arthur Berthelet and produced by Essanay Film Manufacturing Co.. Starring William Gillette as Sherlock Holmes and Edward Fielding as Watson. Black & White.

The movie is adapted from the Gillette's play : Sherlock Holmes (1899).


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Cast

  • Sherlock Holmes : William Gillette
  • Dr. John H. Watson : Edward Fielding
  • Alice Faulkner : Marjorie Kay
  • Professor Moriarty : Ernest Maupain
  • Benjamin Forman : Stewart Robbins
  • Sir Edward Leighton : Hugh Thompson
  • Baron von Stalburg : Ludwig Kreiss
  • James Larrabee : Mario Majeroni
  • Sidney Prince : William Postance
  • Craigin : Chester Beery
  • Tim Leary : Frank Hamilton
  • 'Lightfoot' McTague : Fred Malatesta
  • Madge Larrabee : Grace Reals
  • Therese : Leona Ball
  • Billy : Burford Hampden
  • A Suffragette : Marian Skinner






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