Mycroft wants his brother Sherlock to investigate the murder of civil servant Alan West and theft of the Bruce-Partington missile plans. Sherlock, however, prefers to assist Lestrade following a massive bomb blast. The sadistic bomber abducts a string of hostages, who will be released after Sherlock has solved a series of puzzles, including a twenty year old murder, an insurance scam and the alleged forgery of a long lost painting. Written by
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Did You Know?
The music used in the Planetarium presentation on Jupiter is from The Planets suite by Gustav Holst
, but it is the second movement ("Mars, the Bringer of War"), not the fifth ("Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity"). See more
It's a common movie myth but firearms cannot be used to set off plastic explosives, which require an electric detonator to explode. It is also very unlikely that a semtex explosion could be mistaken for a gas mains explosion (by an expert), as they have entirely different profiles. See more
Just tell me what happened from the beginning.
The Planets: Mars, The Bringer of War
Composed by Gustav Holst See more