Concerned about his friend's cocaine use, Dr. Watson tricks Sherlock Holmes into travelling to Vienna, where Holmes enters the care of Sigmund Freud. Freud attemts to solve the mysteries of Holmes' subconscious, while Holmes devotes himself to solving a mystery involving the kidnapping of Lola Deveraux. Written by
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was slated to compose this score but passed away the December before the film was completed. He had gone as far as to suggest a musical beginning to director Ross, where, as the credits roll, the camera slowly dollies toward a performing orchestra, eventually finishing with a closeup of Holmes as one of the violinists. Herrmann's idea was to imply this is what Holmes did during his absence. Ross chose to use a different start. See more
When Holmes, Watson and Freud are attacked by rampaging horses, the trainer can be seen running behind the horses in long shots. See more
Doctor Watson, Mr. Holmes is convinced that I am some sort of criminal mastermind of the most depraved order. I know he is a great and good man. All England resounds with his praise. But in my case he fosters a ghastly illusion and I come to you as his friend rather than turning the matter over to my solicitor.
In the opening titles, there are footnotes concerning many of the characters. See more
Music by Franz Schubert
Arranged by John Addison See more