The Pointing Finger (1933 film)

The Pointing Finger is a 1933 British drama film directed by George Pearson and starring John Stuart, Viola Keats and Leslie Perrins.[1] The screenplay concerns a man who plots to murder his half-brother so he can claim his earldom and an inheritance. The film was made by Twickenham Film Studios. Based on the novel The Pointing Finger (1907) by "Rita," it was a remake of the 1922 film of the same name.



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