Sherlock Holmes (1954–1955)
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The Case of the Baker Street Bachelors 

A political leader is being blackmailed, and to find the blackmailers, Holmes and Watson join a lonely hearts club. However, things don't go quite as planned, and Holmes winds up getting arrested and thrown in jail.

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Episode credited cast:
Ronald Howard ...
Sherlock Holmes
Howard Marion-Crawford ...
Dr. John H. Watson (as H. Marion Crawford)
Archie Duncan ...
Alvys Maben ...
Pamela
Pénélope Portrait ...
Edna (as Penny Portrait)
Duncan Elliott ...
J. Oliver
Seymour Green ...
Inspector Mason
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Alan Adair ...
Jeffery Bourne
June Peterson ...
Tea room hostess
Richard Watson ...
Campaign manager
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A political leader is being blackmailed, and to find the blackmailers, Holmes and Watson join a lonely hearts club. However, things don't go quite as planned, and Holmes winds up getting arrested and thrown in jail.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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20 June 1955 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The Not So Perfect Marriage
26 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Holmes and Watson find themselves running afoul of the law as they try to help an up and coming politician who is being blackmailed by a marriage broker. The scheme is to set up rich or powerful men with potential brides, create some ruse like battery or assault, and then blackmail them. Holmes and Watson go undercover and Holmes ends up in the slammer. Watson and LeStrade are forced into taking over the case because an overzealous police lieutenant won't let him out of jail. It has amusing results. However, the whole plot is so silly. Obviously, this was TV fluff for the time, but for clever people, these guys get themselves into the most ridiculous situations. How about a confederate, watching out for things, witnessing if you will. Instead they end up in the same trap the young politician is. Without some clever intervention, there would be no arrests. It is a treat watching Watson squirm in front of his prospective "bride."


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