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The House of Temperley (movie 1913)

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The House of Temperley is a British silent movie, produced by Harold M. Shaw and filmed by The London Film Co. in their Studios at St. Margaret's, near Twickenham (Middlesex, UK), released in september 1913 (UK) and in may 1914 (USA), starring Ben Webster as Sir Charles Temperley and Charles Maude as Captain Jack Temperley.

The movie is an adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle's novel Rodney Stone (1896).


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