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|Directed by||Fred Goodwins|
|Written by||Cecil Bullivant|
|22 February 1921|
Blood Money (Dutch : Bloedgeld) is a 1921 British-Dutch silent crime film directed by Fred Goodwins. The film is also known as The Harper's Mystery.
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