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The Crooked Man (movie 1923)

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The Crooked Man is a silent British movie released in march 1923, produced by Stoll Picture Productions, starring Eille Norwood (Sherlock Holmes) and Hubert Willis (Watson).

Film 14 of 15 in The Last Adventures of Sherlock Holmes series. Black & White. 2 reels (2228 feet). Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format.

Survival status : Unknown.


Cast

  • Sherlock Holmes : Eille Norwood
  • Dr. John H. Watson : Hubert Willis
  • Henry Wood : Jack Hobbs
  • Mrs. Barclay : Gladys Jennings
  • Miss Morrison : Dora de Winton
  • Major Murphy : Richard Lindsay


  • Director : George W. Ridgwell
  • Screenplay : Geoffrey H. Malins, Patrick L. Mannock
  • Cinematography : Alfred H. Moise
  • Art direction : Walter W. Murton
  • Edition : Challis N. Sanderson





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