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The Valley of Fear (movie 1916)

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The Valley of Fear is a silent British movie released in may 1916, produced by Samuelson Film Manufacturing Co. Ltd., starring H. A. Saintsbury as Sherlock Holmes. Black & White. 7 reels (6500 feet). Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format.

Survival status: Presumed lost.


Cast

  • Sherlock Holmes : H. A. Saintsbury
  • Dr. John H. Watson : Arthur M. Cullin
  • Professor Moriarty : Booth Conway
  • ? : Daisy Burrell
  • ? : Jack Macaulay
  • ? : Cecil Mannering
  • ? : Lionel D'Aragon
  • ? : Bernard Vaughan
  • ? : Jack Clair


  • Director : Alexander Butler or Fred Paul
  • Screenplay : Harry Engholm
  • Producer : G. B. Samuelson





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