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The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1987)

Sherlock Holmes is brought back to life by Watson's female descendant after being cryogenically frozen for eighty years.

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Carter Morstan
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Hampton
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Ms. Houston
Ray Jewers ...
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Stark
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Toby
Sheila Brand ...
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Ross
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Violet Morstan
Sneh Gupta
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Nancy Paul
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Sherlock Holmes is brought back to life by Watson's female descendant after being cryogenically frozen for eighty years.

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10 January 1987 (USA)  »

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Eine Pfeife in Amerika  »

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1.33 : 1
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The book that Ms. Houston is reading at her desk was written by Jessica Fletcher of Murder, She Wrote (1984). See more »

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References Murder, She Wrote (1984) See more »

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Rule Britannia
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Music by Thomas Augustine Arne
Arranged by Ken Thorne
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Sherlock Rocks!
12 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

I love this TV movie very much, as I am a major fan of the illustrious detective. The acting was superior and I found the show had a perfect mix of suspense and comedy. The only thing I didn't really like was that it had to be Moriarty that caused the whole thing. It couldn't have been Moriarty himself that tricked Holmes, as he was dead long before Holmes could have ingested anything! If they had said it was Moran or someone who tricked Holmes into falling for a trap Moriarty had been planning before his death, that would have made more sense. Overall I loved it! There is nothing wrong with this movie, if you love Holmes and are not a purist, then this is the movie for you!


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