Flame d'Argent (1912)

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Original title Flame d'Argent
Country of production France
original language French
Publishing year 1912
length 14 minutes
Director Adrien Caillard

Flamme d'Argent ( Silver Star ) is a French feature film directed by Adrien Caillard from 1912, part of the eight-part Franco-British Sherlock Holmes - silent film series from 1912.



The silent film is an adaptation of the story Silberstern ( Silver Blaze ) from the book The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle ; it was produced by the Société Française des Films Éclair . The film was 396 meters long and is now considered lost .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes on thevideocellar.com , accessed September 10, 2013 (English)
  2. THE COPPER BEECHES (Silent 1912) Georges Treville as Sherlock Holmes on videoworldonline.eu , accessed on September 11, 2013 (English)
  3. Explanations of The Copper Beaches on archive.org (English), accessed on September 11, 2013.