Sherlock Holmes: The Scarlet Claw 1944 HD FULL MOVIE

Sherlock Holmes: The Scarlet Claw 1944 HD FULL MOVIE

Sherlock Holmes The Spider Woman

Sherlock Holmes   The Spider Woman

Sherlock Holmes THE WOMAN IN GREEN (1945) BASIL RATHBONE

Sherlock Holmes THE WOMAN IN GREEN (1945) BASIL RATHBONE

Stars: Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce and Hillary Brooke Director: Roy William Neill Sherlock Holmes investigates when young women around London turn up murdered, each with a finger severed off. Scotland Yard suspects a madman, but Holmes believes the killings to be part of a diabolical plot.

Sherlock Holmes Pearl of Death 1944 Basil Rathbone Nigel Bruce

Sherlock Holmes   Pearl of Death   1944   Basil Rathbone   Nigel Bruce

A valuable gem with a history of bringing murder and misfortune reaches its proper place at a museum in London. Before long, the jewel is stolen. Shortly thereafter, a series of horrible murders begin. Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes, Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson

Sherlock Holmes in Washington Classic Movie

Sherlock Holmes in Washington   Classic Movie

British secret agent Alfred Pettibone carrying a vital secret document is murdered on his way to deliver it in the USA. The British government turns to Holmes for help. He deduces that Pettibone converted the document to microfilm. Avoiding an assassination attempt, he hurries to Washington with Watson to retrieve it before it falls into the hands of an "international spy ring". Holmes is certain that the spies do not yet possess the document, as people who were in contact with Pettibone on his journey have been harassed. Pettibone's body was then delivered to Holmes by the spies as means to throw Holmes off the track. Before his death, the agent managed to pass the microfilm, hidden inside a "V for Victory" matchbook, into the unwitting hands of Washington debutante and bride-to-be Nancy Partridge. The matches get passed from hand to hand at a party unknowingly and end up in the inadvertent possession of the chief spy, Heinrich Hinkel (known as the seemingly respectable Richard Stanley in Washington), when he has Partridge kidnapped. Holmes tracks down the ring to an antiques shop, where he confronts Hinkel. During their cat-and-mouse conversation, he even tells the spy that "the man who has it doesn't know he has it", with the matchbook in plain sight. Holmes is taken prisoner, but just as he and Partridge are about to be murdered, the police, summoned by Watson by prior arrangement with Holmes, break in and, after a gunfight, rescue the pair. Hinkel gets away, along with the matchbook, however. Holmes races to the office of Senator Henry Babcock, having led Hinkel to believe the microfilm is under a stamp of a letter in the senator's possession. Holmes arrives first and, as Hinkel eavesdrops, reveals the importance of the letter. Hinkel takes the letter at gunpoint, only to have the police capture him. Holmes then takes the matches and sets fire to the letter, before revealing that the microfilm was in the matchbook all along.

Sherlock Holmes and the Incident at Victoria Falls (1992)

Sherlock Holmes and the Incident at Victoria Falls (1992)

King Edward ask Sherlock Holmes to perform one more task before his retirement: to safeguard the Star of Africa on a trip to Cape Town. Soon the fabled jewel is stolen and several people end up being murdered

Sherlock Holmes Faces Death

Sherlock Holmes   Faces Death

The House of Fear (Sherlock Holmes Film Classic) with Basil Rathbone

The House of Fear (Sherlock Holmes Film Classic) with Basil Rathbone

Seven old friends, the Good Comrades, have gathered at Drearcliffe House in Scotland only to find that they appear to be trapped victims of some sinister plot to murder each one of them. Based loosely on Conan Doyle's Five Orange Pips, the tale also has an "And Then There Were None" feel to it; nevertheless, as usual Lestrade gets it wrong and Holmes saves the day, and his partner Watson! (Universal 1945)

Sherlock Holmes Faces Death

Sherlock Holmes Faces Death

Basil Rathbone & Nigel Bruce September 17th 1943 B/W Watson is the doctor in charge of an army hospital at Hulstone Towers in Northumberland; when his assistant, Dr. Bob Sexton, is attacked, Watson asks Holmes for help. On their arrival they find the body of Geoffrey Musgrave, head of the house. The following day Geoffrey's young sister Sally performs the "Musgrave Ritual", which passes the house and estate to her elder brother Phillip. Holmes questions the butler, Alfred Brunton, who is subsequently dismissed for drunkenness. The next day Phillip Musgrave is murdered and Inspector Lestrade suspects the butler for the crime, although the butler is now missing. Holmes realises that the key to the mystery may be in the text of the Musgrave Ritual, which contains oblique references to chess moves. Holmes decodes the ritual, using the staff and patients of the house as chess pieces to play a game on the chequered floor of the main floor. He deduces that the ritual refers to a cellar below the hall: on examining the area he finds the body of the missing butler. Holmes poses as the Butler's corpse, and tricks Sexton into unveiling himself as the murderer. Holmes explains that Sexton had found a land grant and was murdering the family in order to gain the benefits. Film Info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherlock_Holmes_(1939_film_series)

Body in the Library-S1E1

Body in the Library-S1E1

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