Sherlock Holmes: The Archive Collection (1916)
Exhibiting the rather careless attitude toward drugs in general and cocaine in particular so typical of its day, this 2-reel farce starred Douglas Fairbanks as eccentric detective Coke Ennyday who, true to his name, injects himself with cocaine in order to infiltrate a gang of opium smugglers. Perhaps not coincidentally, co-star Alma Rubens became addicted to cocaine and died at the young age of 34. Based on an original story by D.W. Griffith (under the pseudonym of "Granville Warwick"), The Mystery of the Leaping Fish was penned by a Tod Browning recuperating from the fatal car accident that had cost the life of Triangle star Elmer Booth. … More
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