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The Limejuice Mystery or Who Spat in Grandfather's Porridge?

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The Limejuice Mystery or Who Spat in Grandfather's Porridge?

The Limejuice Mystery or Who Spat in Grandfather's Porridge?
Directed by Jack Harrison
Produced by Joseph Seiden (presents)
Starring See below
Music by Philip Braham
Release dates 1930
Running time app. 8 min 47 sek
Country UK
Language English

The Limejuice Mystery or Who Spat in Grandfather's Porridge? is a 1930 British marionette film directed by Jack Harrison.

Plot summary

The film begins in a Chinese opium den, where a woman is forced to dance. The customers begin to dance along and play musical instruments.In their inebriation, they begin a fight and one of them pulls out a gun, proceeding to kill almost everyone.The police are called in. Herlock Sholmes (a parody of Sherlock Holmes) is called to solve a murder mystery at a bar.

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External links

  • The Limejuice Mystery or Who Spat in Grandfather's Porridge? at the Internet Movie Database
  • The short film The Limejuice Mystery or Who Spat in Grandfather's Porridge? is available for free download at the Internet Archive []


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