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Mystery of Edwin Drood (4-Feb-1935)

Director: Stuart Walker

Writers: Leopold Atlas; John L. Balderston; Bradley King; Gladys Unger

From novel: The Mystery of Edwin Drood by Charles Dickens (unfinished novel)

Musical Score: Edward Ward

Keywords: Mystery

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Heather Angel
Actor
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E. E. Clive
Actor
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Valerie Hobson
Actor
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Walter Kingsford
Actor
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David Manners
Actor
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Claude Rains
Actor
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Francis L. Sullivan
Actor
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Zeffie Tilbury
Actor
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CAST

Claude Rains   ...   John Jasper
Douglass Montgomery   ...   Neville Landless
with
Heather Angel   ...   Rosa Bud
Valerie Hobson   ...   Helena Landless
David Manners   ...   Edwin Drood
Francis L. Sullivan   ...   Rev. Mr. Crisparkle
Zeffie Tilbury   ...   The Opium Woman
Ethel Griffies   ...   Miss Twinkleton
E. E. Clive   ...   Sapsea
Walter Kingsford   ...   Grewgious
Forrester Harvey   ...   Durdles
Vera Buckland   ...   Mrs. Tope
Elsa Buchanan   ...   Mrs. Tisher
Georgie Ernest   ...   Deputy
J. M. Kerrigan   ...   Chief Verger Tope

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