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The Sign of Four (1932) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Graham Cutts and produced by Basil Dean.

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By Dan Day, Jr. on Mar 12, 2022 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog

At the beginning of this year I wrote a series of blog posts on a Sherlock Holmes Blu-ray set from The Film Detective. The set featured three of the five films in which British actor Arthur Wontner starred as Holmes. One of the Wontner-Holmes films, THE MISSING REMBRANDT, is considered lost. The oth... Read full article

Live From the San Francisco Silent Film Festival Day 4: SEVEN YEARS BAD LUCK (1921), DRAGNET GIRL (1933), THE GIRL IN TAILS (1926), THE SIGN OF FOUR (1923), HARBOR DRIFT (1929), THE NAVIGATOR (1924)

By Lara on Jun 2, 2014 From Backlots

The San Francisco Silent Film Festival came to a close yesterday, and what a day it was. This was perhaps the strongest day of the festival, with some wonderful comedic fare to lighten the rather serious?tone of the festival overall this year. First up was Max Linder’s comedy?Seven Years Bad L... Read full article

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Det. Insp. Atherly Jones: What I always says is, Mr. Holmes: an ounce of practice is worth a tonne of theory.
Sherlock Holmes: Yes, yes. I've heard you say it.

Sherlock Holmes: An amateur investigator like myself can't have too many facts of a case to work on.

[last lines]
Mary Morstan: Please... ask me.
Dr. John H. Watson: Will you, um...
Mary Morstan: Yes!
[they embrace]
Sherlock Holmes: Amazing!
Dr. John H. Watson: Elementary, my dear Holmes, elementary.

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Also released in 1932

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