The Return of Raffles

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The Return of Raffles
Directed by Mansfield Markham
Written byW.J. Balef
Based on A.J. Raffles stories by EW Hornung
Produced byMansfield Markham
Starring George Barraud
Camilla Horn
Claud Allister
Cinematography Geoffrey Faithfull
Emil Schünemann
Edited by Reginald Beck
Release date
27 September 1932
Running time
71 mins
CountryUnited Kingdom

The Return of Raffles is a 1932 British crime film directed by Mansfield Markham and starring George Barraud, Camilla Horn and Claud Allister. It is based on the A.J. Raffles stories by EW Hornung and inspired by the success of the 1930 American film Raffles , to which it serves as a loose sequel. It was shot at the Walton Studios west of London.



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