Checkmate (1935 film)

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Checkmate is a 1935 Ariston Films Limited British crime film directed by George Pearson at Boreham Wood Studios and starring Maurice Evans, Felix Aylmer and Evelyn Foster.[1] It was based on a novel by Amy Kennedy Gould. A Scotland Yard detective hunts down jewel thieves in London, but becomes involved with the daughter of the gang's boss.

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