Zelda Sears in 'The Bishop Murder Case'
Zelda Sears dead hand in 'The Bishop Murder Case'
Zelda Sears (1873 - 1935)
Screenwriter/playwright
The Bishop Murder Case (1930) [Miss Drukker]: Dies (off-screen) of a heart attack in her bedroom, after witnessing the murder of her brother (George F. Marion) through her window. Her body (just her hand, actually) is shown afterwards when Basil Rathbone comes to question her. (Note: The character's name is erroneously listed as "Mrs. Otto Drukker" in the film's credits, though the dialogue continually refers to her as "Miss Drukker" and establishes that she's unmarried.)
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