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Sherlock Holmes: The Mother Hubbard Case | Holmes tries to seek Margaret Martini’s fiancé in a story connected with seven other disappearances. Every man has been terminated inside an empty house. Holmes uncovers the criminal’s identity and motive.

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A young girl tells a man that she is lost, gives him an address, and asks him to take her home. Later, a father and daughter come to consult Sherlock Holmes, telling him that the daughter’s fiancé has disappeared, after sending a note that he was helping a lost little girl. Holmes believes that the case is the latest in a series that includes seven other disappearances in similar circumstances. Holmes and Watson trace the missing man’s movements, which leads them to an apparently empty house. After a brief search, they discover the body of the missing man in the fireplace. It soon becomes clear that a someone has eliminated several victims after luring them to various unoccupied homes.

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Sherlock Holmes was a detective television series aired in syndication in the fall of 1954, based on the Sherlock Holmes stories of Arthur Conan Doyle. The 39 half-hour mostly original stories were produced by Sheldon Reynolds and filmed in France by Guild Films, starring Ronald Howard as Holmes and H. Marion Crawford as Watson.

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  1. Everyone is OK with leave a little girl alone in the flat , when she wakes up she is going to be in for a surprise 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  2. 18:26 he said 60 years old like it was 100. Lol. I'm 64 and I don't feel old. And yes I'm a grandma of 3 😁
    Seriously that woman looks like 80.

  3. Sad ending. The covering of the birdcage before she left the room. I think of that as being lights out, not only for that room, but a world of the darkness of sadness, for the rest of her life. 👵🏻👵🏻👵🏻🦜🦜🦜😭😭😭

  4. Sweet, sad gesture by covering the bird cage before she left the room. Lights out, as it was for both the room and even for the rest of her life.👵🏻👵🏻👵🏻🦜🦜🦜😭😭😭

  5. stop playing party politics, just say be safe and stop attacking each other, love. republican and democrats are division makers. vaccinate and be save.

  6. 1) HOW did Holmes find the house?
    2) When the first body was found, why was it Holmes examining the body and not Dr. Watson? Strange

  7. It’s an OK version but after Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce everything else pales in comparison.

  8. I really enjoyed this adaptation of Sherlock Holmes. The characterisation of Holmes and Watson was especially fresh, bringing out a genuine complementarity (the absent minded genius and his grounded, adoring friend), a mutuality lacking in some other adaptions. Also fresh was some of the choice of camera shots, and the masquerade quality of a couple of the depictions of character parts (the bourgeois holidaymaker with his comically false moustache and exaggeratedly risible dialogue). Its actually far superior to a big budget, big name made for tv version I saw a couple of days ago ("Sherlock Holmes in New York"(1976)), starring Charlotte Rampling at her most ravishing, Roger Moore at his most wooden, and John Huston (another actor I like) floundering with the poor material which falls between the two stools of satire and serious. I saw Moore (who I enjoy immensely as the Saint and Bond) say he was attracted by the humour and dialogue of the script, clearly he lacked the filmic imagination to envisage what brings life to the medium of film.

  9. I just love Sherlock Holmes and I don't care who's acting the part. Jeremy Brett was 1 of the 1s that I really loved. He to me was great.