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Release Date:
21 October 2000 (USA) See more »
Every dog has its day.
The mysterious death of Sir Charles Baskerville is blamed on a longstanding curse that has followed the Baskerville family for two hundred years... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Worth watching, but not to take seriously. See more (19 total) »


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Directed by
Rodney Gibbons 
Writing credits
Joe Wiesenfeld (written by)

Arthur Conan Doyle  book "The Hound of the Baskervilles"

Produced by
Pedro Gandol .... associate producer
Steven Hewitt .... executive producer
Irene Litinsky .... producer
Michael Prupas .... executive producer
Original Music by
Marc Ouellette 
Cinematography by
Eric Cayla (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Vidal Béïque  (as Vidal Beique)
Casting by
Andrea Kenyon 
Myriam Vézina 
Production Design by
Jean-Baptiste Tard 
Set Decoration by
Diane Gauthier 
Josée Pilon 
Costume Design by
Renée April  (as Renee April)
Makeup Department
Caroline Aquin .... special makeup and effects
Valérie Giard .... special makeup and effects
Erik Gosselin .... special makeup and effects (as Érik Gosselin)
Karl Gosselin .... special makeup and effects
Frédérik Guilbert .... special makeup and effects
Marifrance Guy .... special makeup and effects
Tahira Herold .... makeup artist
Tomoko Hidaka .... hair stylist (as Tomoko Hikada)
Martin Jutras .... special makeup and effects
Melissa Purino .... key makeup artist
Benjamin Robin .... hair stylist supervisor
Benjamin Robin .... makeup supervisor
Patrick Tenascon .... special makeup and effects
Sandra Feijoo .... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Jean-Yves Dolbec .... unit manager
Pierre Lapointe .... assistant unit manager
Evan Tussman .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Anabelle Berkani .... third assistant director
Pedro Gandol .... first assistant director
Laurence Mercier .... third assistant director
Dandy Thibaudeau .... second assistant director
Art Department
Hans Barzeele .... scenic technician
Jean Chassé .... props buyer
Charles Dugas .... assistant property master
Nicolas Fering .... scenic technician
Carrie Foster .... art department coordinator
Luc Gagnier .... scenic technician
Guy Gauthier .... assistant set decorator
Claude Lafrance .... assistant art director
Michel Landry .... scenic technician
Claude Leclair .... assistant set decorator
Véronique Pagnoux .... head scenic painter
André Ratelle .... property master
Sound Department
Richard Betanzos .... sound re-recording mixer
Etienne Boivin .... adr recordist
Hugo Callegari .... boom operator
Michelle Cloutier .... dialogue editor
Scott Donald .... dialogue editor
Véronique Gabillaud .... sound mixer
Michael Gurman .... sound effects editor
Steven Gurman .... sound consultant (as Steve Gurman)
Christiane Hubert .... foley assistant
Paul Hubert .... foley artist
Eric Med Lagacé .... foley recordist (as 'Eric' 'Med' 'Lagacé')
Stan Sakellaropoulos .... assistant dialogue editor
Glenn Tussman .... supervising sound editor
Special Effects by
Jean-François Aubin .... special effects technician
André Laforest .... special effects coordinator
Eric-André Paquin .... special effects technician
Steve Simard .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
Yves Béland .... visual effects makeup artist
Raymond Ducasse .... stunts
François Gauthier .... stunts
Johnny Goar .... stunts
Horatio Leal .... stunts
David McKeown .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Jean-Yves Denis .... grip
Ron Diamond .... still photographer (as Ron S. Diamond)
Mathieu-Félix Drouin .... camera trainee
Alain Jolicoeur .... generator operator
Judith Lagacé .... focus puller
Raynald Lavoie .... electrician
Nicolas Marion .... camera operator
Denis Ménard .... electrician
Michel Périard .... key grip
Yvon Périard .... grip
Martial Simard .... electrician
Geoffroy St-Hilaire .... clapper loader
Pascal St-Martin .... grip
Michel St. Martin .... grip (as Michel St-Martin)
Michel Steinmetzer .... best boy
Paul Tremblay .... best boy
François Warot .... gaffer
Casting Department
Pierre-Xavier Martel .... extras casting assistant (as Pierre Martel)
Randi Wells .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sophie Beasse .... key dresser (as Sophie Béasse)
Luc J. Béland .... creative costume consultant
Suzie Coutu .... extras dresser
Sylvie Dagenais .... dresser
Jacinthe Demers .... wardrobe mistress
Martine Gagnon .... assistant to costume designer
Claire Garneau .... wardrobe coordinator
Stéphane LaRoche .... wardrobe coordinator (as Stéphane Laroche)
Véronique Marchessault .... assistant wardrobe mistress
Editorial Department
Marc Lussier .... colorist
Location Management
Marie-France Caron .... assistant location manager
Suzanne De Carufel .... location manager
Transportation Department
Walter Diaz .... driver
Jim Disensi .... transport coordinator (as Jimmy Disensi)
Aleck Duncan .... driver
Richard Marsan .... driver
Gabriel Teller .... office driver
Joseph 'Tino' Viscusi .... transportation captain (as Joseph Tino Viscusi)
Charlie Zed .... driver
Other crew
Annick Barbery .... assistant unit publicist
Isabelle Bismuth .... laboratory coordinator
Jesabelle Boileau .... assistant craft service
Luc Bouthillier .... production assistant
René Brisson .... set runner
Patrice Bujold .... production assistant
Lorraine Calce .... office coordinator: MUSE
Bertrand Calmeau .... production assistant
Christiane Charpentier .... craft service
Harvey Diamond .... stand-in: Kenneth Welsh
Raymond Ducasse .... animal wrangler
Kateri Ducros .... accountant: MUSE
Geneviève Duffault .... laboratory coordinator (as Genevieve Dufault)
Josée Juteau .... animal wrangler
Danielle Lavoie .... production coordinator
Mélanie Lavoie .... production secretary
Bruce Miller .... assistant accountant
Nathalie Nadeau .... receptionist
Brenda Nixon .... assistant accountant
Betty Palik .... unit publicist
Dany Papineau .... stand-in: Jason London
Lili Partheniou .... production accountant (as Lilly Partheniou)
Nathalie Picard .... script supervisor
Ellie Presner .... script coordinator
Danny Raie .... paramedic
Jean-Clément Renaud .... set production assistant
Jose Uria .... production assistant

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90 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Revealing mistakes: When Sir Henry reads the anonymous letter in the hotel, we can see faintly through it from behind, and the type appears to be bold, approximately 18-point, and probably capital letters. However, when Holmes reads the article in The Times from which it is taken, he refers to it as "10-point".See more »
Movie Connections:
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13 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
Worth watching, but not to take seriously., 29 October 2003
Author: tckld_pnk from Baskerville Hall

This certainly wasn't the best screen adaptation of The Hound of the Baskervilles that I've ever seen, but it was okay. I want to know why on earth they cast an American/Canadian actor as Holmes rather than a British one. I mean, really, it's Max Headroom, for crying out loud! And wasn't he also the jock father in Honey I Shrunk the Kids? Why would the director ever even consider him to play Holmes? He wasn't that great. He overacted even more than is expected in a TV movie. And his fake British accent was horrible.

I didn't like how they had Holmes and Watson's relationship portrayed either. The literary Holmes was cold, calculating, and even arrogant at times, yes, but he wasn't deliberately a jerk. This guy was. And the way Watson got an attitude with him afterwards (which, in all honesty, is completely understandable after this Holmes' behavior) made it hard to understand why these two men would be such great "friends" and roomies if Holmes was really such a jerk and Watson resented it so much.

And that poor dog. What did they do to its eyes to make them red like that? I hope it was just CG-ed to make them look like that, because it was obviously a real dog. And what kind of dog was that? It looked smaller than my medium-sized Chow Chow. I mean, I was expecting this big, bear-like Newfoundland mix or something and it was just this scrawny little mutt. It was kind of disappointing. Poor dog.

Other than that, and the obligatory cutting of half the story (which can be understood, as it's a Hallmark TV movie), this movie was fair. It's worth the $8 DVD what has four other Sherlock Holmes movies on it as well, good for a rainy afternoon with nothing better to do. Other than that... Eh, like I said, it was fair.

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