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Sherlock Holmes and the Missing Rembrandt (1932)
"The Missing Rembrandt" (original title)

 -  Drama | Mystery  -  25 March 1932 (USA)
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Arthur Wontner ...
Jane Welsh ...
Lady Violet Lamsden
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Claude Holford
Francis L. Sullivan ...
Baron von Guntermann
Ian Fleming ...
Dino Galvani ...
Carlo Ravelli
Philip Hewland ...
Minnie Rayner ...
Anthony Holles ...
Marquess de Chaminade
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25 March 1932 (USA)  »

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This, the second film with Arthur Wontner as Sherlock Holmes, is regarded as a lost film with no prints known to exist. The first film in the series, Sherlock Holmes' Fatal Hour (1931), was also considered a lost film until a print was discovered in the United States. See more »

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