The Loudwater Mystery (film)
|The Loudwater Mystery|
|Directed by||Walter West|
|Produced by||Norman MacDonald|
|Written by||Edgar Jepson (novel)
The Loudwater Mystery is a 1921 British silent crime film directed by Walter West and starring Gregory Scott, Pauline Peters and Clive Brook. It was based on the 1920 novel The Loudwater Mystery by Edgar Jepson.
A detective investigating the death of an aristocrat eventually deduces he was murdered by his secretary.
- Gregory Scott - Hubert Manley
- Pauline Peters - Lady Loudwater
- Clive Brook - Lord Loudwater
- Cameron Carr - Inspector Flexen
- Charles Tilson-Chowne - Colonel Grey
- Arthur Walcott - Carrington
- Nan Heriot - Miss Truslove
- Charles Poulton - Roper
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