The Man with the Twisted Lip (film)
|The Man with the Twisted Lip|
Holmes (right) and Watson
|Directed by||Maurice Elvey|
|Written by||William J. Elliott|
|Based on||story "The Man with the Twisted Lip by Arthur Conan Doyle|
|Distributed by||Stoll Picture Productions (UK)|
The Man with the Twisted Lip is a 1921 British short silent film directed by Maurice Elvey. It is the eighth film in Stoll's Adventures of Sherlock Holmes series starring Eille Norwood as the detective.
Sherlock Holmes discovers that the case of missing husband Mr. Neville St. Clair may be connected to a disfigured beggar of Piccadilly Circus, known as "the man with the twisted lip".
Differences from source
- Eille Norwood as Sherlock Holmes
- Hubert Willis as Dr. John Watson
- Robert Vallis as Neville St. Clair
- Paulette del Baze Mrs. Nellie St. Clair
- Madame D'esterre as Mrs Hudson
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