Two Sisters

Two Sisters is a 1929 American sound drama film directed by Scott Pembroke and featuring Boris Karloff. The film is one of the last produced in the sound-on-film process Phonofilm. While the film has no audible dialog, it was released with a synchronized musical score with sound effects using both the sound-on-disc and sound-on-film process. The film is now considered to be lost.


Two twin sisters are causing confusion for a detective who is pursuing them. One sister is described as good, honest, and sweet, while the other has a tendency towards carrying guns and committing robberies. The detective is having trouble distinguishing between the two sisters and determining which one he is pursuing for what reason, as he has different motives for chasing each one.

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    director Scott Pembroke
    genre drama
    keywords twin sister
    publisher Rayart Pictures