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Blind Adventure (1933) was a Mystery Film directed by Ernest B. Schoedsack and produced by Merian C. Cooper and David Lewis.

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Blind Adventure (1933, Ernest B. Schoedsack)

on Jun 25, 2012 From The Stop Button

Blind Adventure is a genial, nearly successful comedy thriller. Robert Armstrong, playing an unexpectedly wealthy working class American who?s vacationing in London, heads out into the fog and finds himself on a wild night. He encounters espionage, British society, a damsel in distress (Helen Mack) ... Read full article

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Richard Bruce: Say, are you a burglar?
Holmes the Burglar: [sarcastically] Who, me? No.

[last lines]
Richard Bruce: There's only one worries me now.
Rose Thorne: What?
Richard Bruce: You think you're going to like America?
Holmes the Burglar: [singing] Oh, I wish I had someone to love me. Someone to call me their own.

[first lines]
Richard Bruce: Oh, hello.
Elsie, the maid: Good evening, Sir. The valet's ill, so I'll be taking over.

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Upon finding out that the burglar's name is Holmes, Richard jokes that he and Rose are a "couple of Dr. Watsons." Roland Young, who plays the burglar, had previously played Dr. Watson in Sherlock Holmes.
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