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The Sign of Four (movie 1932)

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The Sign of Four (1932)

The Sign of Four (under-titled Sherlock Holmes' Greatest Case) is a British movie released on may 1932 (UK) and 14 august 1932 (USA), produced by Associated Radio Pictures / World Wide Pictures, starring Arthur Wontner as Sherlock Holmes and Ian Hunter as Dr. Watson. 75 min. Black & White.

Other titles:

  • Das Zeichen der 4 (Austria)
  • Sherlock Holmes and the Sign of Four (Australia)
  • Il segno dei quattro (Italy)



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  • Tattoo Artist : Mr. Burnhett
  • Funfair Patron : Charles Farrell
  • Mrs. Hudson : Clare Greet
  • Mordecai Smith : Moore Marriott
  • Capt. Morstan : Edgar Norfolk
  • Bartholomew Sholto : Kynaston Reeves
  • Barrett : Ernest Sefton
  • Tonga : Togo


  • Director : Graham Cutts
  • Producer : Basil Dean
  • Screenplay : W. P. Lipscomb
  • Cinematography : Robert de Grasse, Robert Martin
  • Music : Ernest Irving





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