The world's finest ruby was stolen from the bride of Prince Kassim's great-grandfather several generations ago in India by a marauding rajah. It's now several decades later and the British ... See full summary »

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Beatrice Burton Morgan ...
Lady Garnett (as Beatrice Morgan)
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Countess Mirtza Charkoff
Eleanor Barry ...
Mrs. Elsmere
Frankie Mann ...
Brenda Elsmere
Jeanette Hackett ...
Louise Jupp - clerk at hotel
Miss Nordine ...
Lady Garnett's maid
George Soule Spencer ...
Prince Kassim
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Sir John Garnett
Chauncey Keim ...
Capt. Dalrymple
Walter Hitchcock ...
Lord George Hartopp
Ferdinand Tidmarsh ...
James Brett
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Longman - of the Diamond Gang
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Andrews - of the Diamond Gang
James Farrell ...
Trent - of the Diamond Gang
Douglas Sibole ...
Duval - of the Diamond Gang
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The world's finest ruby was stolen from the bride of Prince Kassim's great-grandfather several generations ago in India by a marauding rajah. It's now several decades later and the British have conquered India, and one day the ruby shows up for sale by a wealthy London jeweler, Sir John Garnett. Garnett has his own problems--there have been a rash of thefts of his wife's jewels, and he hires a private detective named James Brett to investigate. An agent for the Russian czar expresses interest in buying the ruby, but he's actually a member of a gang that specializes in jewel thefts and steals the ruby, hiding it in a box of chocolates belonging to Garnett's wife. Unbeknownst to Garnett, the jewel thieves and even Garnett's wife, she is actually involved in the theft of her jewels. Complications ensue. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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10 September 1915 (USA)  »

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The Great Ruby Mystery  »

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