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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The film was made and released about two years after its source novel of the same name by Nicholas Meyer
had been first published in 1974. The book's full title was actually "The Seven-Per-Cent Solution: Being a Reprint from the Reminiscences of John H. Watson, M.D.". See more
During the railroad pursuit, the trains are seen on two tracks that are about to merge. Holmes states that there are no points left to switch. However, the coming together of the two track lines necessarily involves a switching point. And, in fact, that set of points is visible soon thereafter. 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
The Madame's Song (I Never Do Anything Twice)
Written by Stephen Sondheim
Performed by Régine See more