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Fatal Hour - 1931 Arthur Wontner Sherlock Holmes Film Restored by Jeff Joseph

Status of the Arthur Wontner Sherlock Holmes Movies


Thanks to  John Semper Jr. for letting me know that the Arthur Wontner Sherlock Holmes Fatal Hour (The Sleeping Cardinal 1931) has been restored. Jeff Joseph, long time film collector, historian has restored it. 

To learn more about Jeff check out his excellent book with Jeff Bartok on the interesting world of 16mm 35mm film collecting, "A Thousand Cuts".

Even better news is until Jeff can find a format to release it on, he has put Fatal Hour on Youtube. LINK.

Silver Blaze  (1937) Arthur Wontner Sherlock Movie restored by Philip Hopkins at Film Detective . It is available from Film Detective or you can watch it on Youtube. LINK

The Missing Rembrandt (1932)  based on "The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton - Still considered a LOST film for now.

The Sign of Four: Sherlock Holmes' Greatest Case (1932) - RESTORED by Ealing Studios, Network and Studio Canal. In the Ealing Studios Rarities Collection Volume 14. LINK to buy it on Amazon. You need All region DVD player.

The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes (1935), based on The Valley of Fear. Survives at BFI in 3 combined nitrate positives of varying length and quality. It was duplicated in 1985.Many poor qualities are available on dvd and youtube. Waiting for that movie to be restored.


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