Greed, betrayal and vengeance set the stage for this Sir Arthur Conan Doyle classic. Mary Morstan, a young governess, has been receiving a rare and lustrous pearl annually from an anonymous... See full summary »
Sherlock Holmes and the Stolen Emerald is a six-minute comedic short film, inspired by the great silent comedies of Charlie Chaplin. Based on the idea that Watson is the real genius of the ... See full summary »
Alcoholic and divorced father of a young daughter, DS Jim Bergerac is a true maverick who prefers doing things his own way, and consequently doesn't always carry out his investigations the way his boss would like.
Examination of the fact and fiction elements of each Jack the Ripper suspect, murder, police investigations and those thought to be his crimes but were copycats, as told in recreation scenes with a Host introduction.
A long-shot of the train supposedly traveling westwards from Paddington Station (West Central London) to Dartmoor (Devon) affords a clear view of St Paul's in the background. St Paul's is in the City of London, and is several miles eastwards of Paddington. See more »
Sir Henry Baskerville:
What do you call that thing where the landowner has the right to bed the local women?
Dr. John Watson:
Droit de signeur. Sadly for you, the feudal system was abolished in Devonshire some time ago.
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This is probably the worst adaptation of any Sherlock Holmes story I have ever seen. Though the setting and characters are the same, the plot doesn't even resemble the original story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. If you know anything of Doyle's works and Sherlock Holmes, you will be sorely disappointed. If you don't, you won't learn it from watching this story.
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