When a nobleman is threatened by a family curse on his newly inherited estate, Sherlock Holmes is hired to investigate.
11 December 1931 (Ireland)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
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For years, only the visual elements of this film survived. Several years ago, the complete soundtrack turned up, believed to be on discs. After a restoration, one complete print of the film was struck from the "married" elements. This film has been shown by the Sherlock Holmes Society of London, but has not been made available commercially. Consensus among Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts who have seen the film is that it is far from a rediscovered classic, and basically should be viewed by completists only. Robert Rendel
is said to be one of the most un-Canonical Holmeses in cinema history, possibly due to his diminutive stature. See more
Surely you didn't travel from Dartmoor to read that to me?
I hoped you'd advise me; you're regarded as the second highest problem expert in Europe.
The second highest--but who's the first?
Well I've read of a Frenchman who--who--
Then why not consult him.
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