Even though the lead characters travel by horse (and not a stagecoach drawn by a team of horses) they make remarkably swift time across Europe. France itself is the same geographical size as Texas and would take several days or longer to traverse on horseback.
This is made even more unbelievable as Southeastern France, Southern Germany and Switzerland are heavily mountainous (The Alps) lending themselves to far slow traveling times. See more »
Dr. John Watson:
The year was 1891. Storm clouds were brewing over Europe. France and Germany were at each other's throats, the result of a series of bombings. Some said it was the Nationalists. Others, the anarchists. But as usual, my friend Sherlock Holmes, had a different theory entirely.
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During the ending credits, excerpts from the Doyle story "The Final Problem" are shown. ("The Final Problem" was the basis for the movie.) See more »