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Cast overview:
Herbert Rawlinson ...
Wakefield Jr.
John P. Wade ...
Wakefield Sr.
J.H. Gilmour ...
Gregg
Charles Dalton ...
Richard Krogan
Joseph Burke ...
James Krogan
Jere Austin ...
Bryson (as Jerry Austin)
William Black ...
Blaine (as W.W. Black)
H.L. Dewey ...
Briggs
Florence Billings ...
Ruth Gregg
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The Wakefield Case (1921) - Lost Mystery
21 February 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Wakefield, Jr.( Herbert Rawlinson ), a playwright, turns detective when his father is killed after nearly capturing two brothers in possession of four rubies belonging to the British Museum. An investigation suggests that "the Breen girl" is responsible for his father's murder, and the younger Wakefield pursues her across the ocean to the United States. The true identity of several characters, including the robbers and the girl, is in constant question, but Wakefield finally gets to the culprits; solves his case; and discovers the girl he was fallen in love with, Ruth Gregg ( Florence Billings ), is really the "the Breen girl," and was masquerading as a gang member for the Secret Service.

Sadly this intriguing early silent mystery film, is now considered lost.


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