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Sherlock Sleuth (1925)

 -  Comedy | Short  -  12 July 1925 (USA)
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Arthur Stone, all but forgotten today, stars as Cyril Fromage, the house detective of the Hotel Omigosh. The lovely Martha Sleeper (Pass The Gravy) is his sweetheart, the hotel switchboard ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Arthur Stone ...
Cyril Fromage
Noah Young ...
Hotel Manager
Martha Sleeper ...
Hotel Telephone Operator
Marjorie Whiteis ...
Countess de Tour
Christian J. Frank ...
The Villain (as Chris Frank)
Jules Mendel ...
The Hotel Proprietor
William Gillespie
Helen Gilmore
Jack Gavin
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Sammy Brooks
Dick Gilbert
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Arthur Stone, all but forgotten today, stars as Cyril Fromage, the house detective of the Hotel Omigosh. The lovely Martha Sleeper (Pass The Gravy) is his sweetheart, the hotel switchboard operator with Noah Young on board as the house manager. It seems a dastardly thief, "The Weasel" is on the loose in the hotel, assisted by a sultry vamp. The action that follows, and there is plenty of it, concerns Cyril's efforts to catch the thief. Plenty of hilarious gags along the way; a favorite involved Miss Sleeper taking a call from an irate lodger, so hot that it makes the switchboard steam. Taking advantage of the situation, she pulls out the offending plug and uses it to curl her bangs. The MGM lion even puts in a guest appearance. Written by Jenny Paxson

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A portion of this film was included in the Robert Youngson comedy compilation Days of Thrills and Laughter (1961). See more »

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