|The Great Jewel Robbery|
|Directed by||John Ince|
|Produced by||John Ince|
|Starring|| Herbert Rawlinson |
|Distributed by||A.G. Steen|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
The Great Jewel Robbery is a 1925 American silent crime drama film directed by John Ince and starring Herbert Rawlinson, Grace Darmond, and Frank Brownlee. 
As described in a film magazine review,  private detective Doris Dunbar, on the trail of stolen jewels, visits the Red Mill Inn jewel thief Hooper and playboy Steve Martindale are drinking. Hooper, in temporary fear of discovery, switches the jewels to Steve's pocket. Later, many complications arise when Hooper attempts to recover the jewels. Doris and Steve become prisoners in the thieve's hideout. Foiled when they attempt to escape, they are rescued by the police and decide to become partners in life.
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