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The Sign of Four (1923 film)

The Sign of Four
Directed by Maurice Elvey
Written by Arthur Conan Doyle (novel)
Maurice Elvey
Starring Eille Norwood
Isobel Elsom
Arthur M. Cullin
Stoll Pictures
Distributed by Stoll Pictures (UK)
UFA (Germany)
Release dates 1923
Country United Kingdom
Language English

The Sign of Four is a 1923 British silent mystery film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Eille Norwood, Isobel Elsom and Fred Raynham.[1] The film is based on the novel The Sign of the Four by Arthur Conan Doyle, and was one of a series of Sherlock Holmes films starring Norwood.


Holmes and Watson are called in to investigate a strange murder in South London which appears to have its roots in events in India some years before.


See also


  1. ^ BFI Database entry

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