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Helen Holmes in a scene from the film
Directed by J.P. McGowan
Produced by Morris R. Schlank
Scenario by George Saxton
Cinematography Robert Cline
Starring Helen Holmes, Henry Victor, William Lowery
Distributed by Rayart Pictures Corporation
Release date September 28, 1926
Running time 51 min.
Country United States
Language Silent, English intertitles
"Crossed Signals" is an action drama included in our program to illustrate the work and contributions of our star Helen Holmes.
Federal agents try to dismantle a gang of counterfeiters operating from the station in a small town. Helen Holmes, the station manager, is framed by the criminals and must clear her name in addition to finding the stolen money.
This was the last film of Helen Holmes. After "Crossed Signals" she retired from acting.
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Helen Holmes is a station agent in "Crossed Signals" (1926).
Henry Victor, a federal agent, presents his credentials to the local authorities in "Crossed Signals" (1926).
Helen Holmes is concerned as she witnesses the fight between two workers in "Crossed Signals" (1926).
William Lowery, who works for Helen Holmes, is part of the gang of counterfeiters in "Crossed Signals" (1926).
William Lowery switches a stack of fake bills for the good ones in "Crossed Signals" (1926).
Helen Holmes hands the counterfeit money for delivery in "Crossed Signals" (1926).
Helen Holmes is confronted for giving a change of fake bills to a customer in "Crossed Signals" (1926).
Helen Holmes is confronted for delivering a stack of fake bills to a bank in "Crossed Signals" (1926).
Helen Holmes is very worried for apparently getting framed in "Crossed Signals" (1926).
Helen Holmes gets a clue from an overheard conversation in "Crossed Signals" (1926).
Henry Victor presents evidence to the local chief of police in "Crossed Signals" (1926).
Helen Holmes confronts the criminals with a gun, but is soon overpowered in "Crossed Signals" (1926).
Helen Holmes and Henry Victor watch the criminals board a train trying to escape in "Crossed Signals" (1926).
Helen Holmes organizes the pursuit in "Crossed Signals" (1926).
Helen Holmes is in trouble after being framed
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