En route to Baskerville Hall, Watson meets Lestrade who is curious as to why he is in town. Watson replies he is there for "the sailing" and when Lestrade tells him there is none, Watson replies "I must have been misinformed." This is similar to Bogart's reply to Claude Rains when the latter tells him there are no waters in Casablanca (1942). See more »
When Holmes opens the bolt action of the cane/rifle, there is no spent brass casing inside. See more »
Maybe have seen this version 50 times and I continue without getting tired. Always encounter some new detail. Above all is Ian Richardson, S.H., that embroiders the paper. The sir Hugo scene with the girl in the swamp, and the horse being in death agony is memorable. As much the decorations as the exterior are magnificent. For everything it and more I give him a 10.
Until the next one.
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