The Pearl of Death
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Pearl of Death (Universal)

Opened in Chicago at the RKO Palace on Thurs., Sept. 7, 1944 as the bottom-half of a double-bill that featured RKO's Bride by Mistake, starring Alan Marshall and Laraine Day. Review: Chicago Tribune--"You will find 'The Pearl of Death' a right exciting number, with Basil Rathbone urbane and cunning as always in his role of Holmes, Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson at his endearing best [he does have the best time all by himself, mumbling and bumbling!], Miles Mander being right horrible as the master criminal who directs the activities of the Creeper, and Evelyn Ankers fitting in admirably as a lady desperado. "[Tues., Sept. 12, '44]


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