Burnt Fingers is a 1927 American mystery film directed by Maurice S. Campbell and starring Eileen Percy, Ivan Doline and Edna Murphy.
|Directed by||Maurice S. Campbell|
|Produced by||J.C. Barnstyn|
|Written by||G. Marion Burton |
|Starring||Eileen Percy |
|Cinematography||Harry Stradling Sr.|
J.C. Barnstyn Productions
|Distributed by||Pathé Exchange|
|February 20, 1927|
A young woman working as a dancer at a nightclub goes to confront a man who is blackmailing her friend with incriminating letters. When he is killed, she comes under suspicion of murder. However it turns out that he was a foreign spy, and she had nothing to do with his slaying.
- Eileen Percy as Anne Cabell
- Ivan Doline as Stockmar
- Edna Murphy as Vera
- Wilfred Lucas as Lord Cumberly
- George O'Hara as Dick
- Jane Jennings as Mrs. Cabell
- J. Moy Bennett as Mr. Cabell
- Wlaschin p.41
- Ken Wlaschin. Silent Mystery and Detective Movies: A Comprehensive Filmography. McFarland, 2009.
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