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Sherlock Holmes (movie 1922)

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Sherlock Holmes (1922)

Sherlock Holmes is a silent American movie released in march or may 1922, produced by Goldwyn Pictures Corporation, starring John Barrymore (Sherlock Holmes) and Roland Young (Dr. Watson). The story is based on the play Sherlock Holmes by William Gillette.

Black & White. 9 reels. Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. © 3 April 1922

Survival status : International Museum of Photography and Film at George Eastman House film archive (incomplete 35mm positive ; approximately 50 minutes).

Other titles :

  • Sherlock Holmes contre Moriarty (France) 1 july 1923
  • Moriarty (UK)



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  • Director : Albert Parker
  • Producer : F. J. Godsol
  • Screenplay : Earle Browne, Marion Fairfax
  • Cinematography : J. Roy Hunt
  • Art direction : Charles L. Cadwallader
  • Presented by Samuel Goldwyn





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