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The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax (movie 1923)

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Eille Norwood (left) and Hubert Willis (2nd from right) in The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax

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

Film 8 of 15 in The Last Adventures of Sherlock Holmes series. Black & White. Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format.

Survival status : Unknown.


Cast

  • Sherlock Holmes : Eille Norwood
  • Dr. John H. Watson : Hubert Willis
  • Insp. Gregory : Tom Beaumont
  • Lady Frances Carfax : Evelyn Cecil
  • Hon. Philip Greene : David Hawthorne
  • Hily Peters : Cecil Morton York
  • Mrs. Peters : Madge Tree
  • ? : Joan Beverly
  • ? : Marie Devine


  • 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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