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A pearl stolen from an Indian idol results in nothing but trouble for its owner. After he receives death threats by note pinned to a dagger, he decides to gather his relatives in his old mansion for a reading of his will. Unfortunately, the family members are being mysteriously bumped off one by one. The butler and an heiress set out to discover what's going on.

  1. Scott Pembroke

    Director

  2. Nancy Mann Waddel Woodrow

    Novel

  3. Arthur Hoerl

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Lila Lee

    Lila Lee

    Eugenie Bromley

  2. Ray Hallor

    Robert Lathrop

  3. Carl Stockdale

    Carl Stockdale

    Ethelbert / Bertram Chisolm (as Carlton Stockdale)

  4. Howard Lorenz

    Dr. Drake

  5. Adele Watson

    Adele Watson

    Sarah Runyan

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Status Released

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  • December 18, 1928
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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 58m

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