The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes: Season 3, Episode 1

The Last Vampyre (27 Jan. 1994)

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Sherlock Holmes investigates strange and tragic happenings in a village that appear linked to a man who seems to be like a vampire.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Roy Marsden ...
Keith Barron ...
Rob Ferguson
Yolanda Vazquez ...
Carlotta (as Yolanda Vasquey)
Maurice Denham ...
Reverend Merridew
Jason Hetherington ...
Elizabeth Spriggs ...
Mrs Mason
Peter Geddis ...
Mr Gresty
Kate Lansbury ...
Mrs Gresty
Maria Redmond ...
Vera Gresty
Hilary Mason ...
Miss Ruddock


Sherlock Holmes agrees to investigate suspected murders in a village whose ancestors had killed a prominent family a century ago that they thought were vampires. These deaths appear to be linked to a descendant of that family, a man who seems to have something malevolently supernatural about him, much like a vampire itself. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <>

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Doctor Watson: I'm sorry if I've caused you pain.
Carlotta: Why not? You're a doctor.
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Excellent departure from familiar Holmes plots
26 June 2003 | by (Chancellorsville VA) – See all my reviews

I echo the earlier comments that we hard-core Holmes fans should welcome new stories, or pastiches, when well-done and in keeping with the spirit of Holmes and Doyle. This effort is a perfect example of why we should accept some departures or "new," non-canonical material and not just criticize by reflex.

I also had a bit of trouble following the first viewing, mostly due to some interrupting phone calls, but for the second session I pulled the phone plug and it all made sense. Not a clear, straightforward plot as Doyle always gave us, but easy enough to follow if not distracted -- and definitely worth the effort.

I believe Doyle would have wholeheartedly approved, especially since his tale of the "Sussex Vampire" was arguably the lamest of all the canon. This is what Doyle COULD, and SHOULD, have done with the vampire theme.

I also draw the line at ludicrous time-jumps (like Rathbone's Nazi adventures), and I do not want to see Holmes fighting space-aliens, but offerings that are scrupulously true to Holmes' character and times are most welcome -- especially when this finely crafted and well-acted.

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