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Inspector Hornleigh (Character)
from Inspector Hornleigh (1939)

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Alternate Names:
Inspektor Hornleigh


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  1. "Inspektor Hornleigh greift ein..."
        - Mord ohne Motiv (1961) TV episode, Played by Helmut Peine (as Inspektor Hornleigh)
        - Zwei Stühle mit Vergangenheit (1961) TV episode, Played by Helmut Peine (as Inspektor Hornleigh)
        - Der Schuß fiel gegenüber (1961) TV episode, Played by Helmut Peine (as Inspektor Hornleigh)
        - Der Mann aus Tanganjika (1961) TV episode, Played by Helmut Peine (as Inspektor Hornleigh)

  2. Mail Train (1941) Played by Gordon Harker
    ... aka "Inspector Hornleigh Goes to It" - UK (original title)

  3. Inspector Hornleigh on Holiday (1939) Played by Gordon Harker
  4. Inspector Hornleigh (1939) Played by Gordon Harker

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From Inspector Hornleigh (1939)
Sergeant Bingham: I wonder what he was?
Inspector Hornleigh: Hotel porter
Sergeant Bingham: Ah, hotel porter? I thought that
Sergeant Bingham: How do you know?
Inspector Hornleigh: This piece of chalk. It's got blacking on it. He used it to chalk the room numbers on the boots he cleaned. See?
Sergeant Bingham: Oh, marvelous! All life's problems solved.
Inspector Hornleigh: Well, I have been wrong...
Sergeant Bingham: Last week's football pools for instance?
Inspector Hornleigh: That! Why the whole of Scotland Yard couldn't deduce what Chelsea will do next!
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