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Trapped by his Own Mark

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The Moving Picture World, 23 april 1910, p. 1131

Trapped by his Own Mark is an American silent movie released on 2 july 1910, produced by Capitol Films. 900 feet. Black & White.

The movie is advertised as A true detective story of early days in the West. Arsene Lupin and Sherlock Holmes outdone. A baffling mystery solved.

Survival status: unknown.





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