SHERLOCK HOLMES: The House of Fear (1945) | HD Full Movie | Basil Rathbone in the best Mystery Movie

Mystery Movie SHERLOCK HOLMES: The House of Fear (1945) 🕵️‍♂️ HD Full mystery movie starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce 🕵️‍♂️ The Best Sherlock Holmes Movies for free on YouTube 🕵️‍♂️ Holmes is visited by an insurance agent with a strange tale. Seven single men, calling themselves “The Good Comrades”, live together in the remote Scottish castle of Drearcliffe House. Recently one of the “Good Comrades” received a strange message, an envelope containing nothing but seven orange pips. That night, he died and his body was horribly mutilated.

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✨ The House of Fear (1945) film cast:

Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes
Nigel Bruce as Dr. John Watson
Aubrey Mather as Bruce Alastair
Dennis Hoey as Inspector Lestrade
Paul Cavanagh as Dr. Simon Merivale
Holmes Herbert as Alan Cosgrave
Harry Cording as Captain John Simpson
Sally Shepherd as Mrs. Monteith
Gavin Muir as Mr. Chalmers
David Clyde as Alec MacGregor
Florette Hillier as Alison MacGregor
Wilson Benge as Guy Davis
Cyril Delevanti as Stanley Raeburn
Richard Alexander as Ralph King
Doris Lloyd as Bessie, Innkeeper
Alec Craig as Angus

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  1. Michael Hoey the son of The Late Great Denis Hoey ( Lestrad )gives a great read in his book " the Famous Faces" it tells of all the unsung hero's who play the supporting parts .

  2. My absolute favorite Sherlock Holmes movie! The entire "look" of this vintage b&w film is mesmerizing. The cast, set decoration, and script are all a form of art. Basil IS Sherlock, no one ever did the part better, and Nigel epitomises Watson!

  3. Like they wouldn't have stayed out the door looking for envelopes to be showed under it usually they don't have such a big hole in the plot like that

  4. I must say Watson, for a man of his age, was able to dig a grave about five feet down and still looked full of energy and was able to exchange casual chat with Holmes and then with a nearby owl. I have to admire him.

  5. Oh boy, I loved it when Watson on got locked out of the house in the rain. He is so slow, that by the time he finally decided to get to the front door to see who was there, they were gone! Typical Watson, and he's always too slow on the uptake, as well as his reactions to everything!
    I'd be fired, if I operated as slow as he does!

  6. Also, Watson is so easily hoodwinked! I loved that Owl too. Even the Owl hoodwinked Watson! Ha ha ha ha ha. I loved that!

  7. All of Watson's mumbleing and talking to himself is incredible, and when he talks to Sherlock or someone, you'd think he was talking to someone that was deaf, because he's so booming loud.

  8. I think Basil Rathbone was young when he made this movie, like maybe in his 20's or 30's, or maybe even his early 40's, because this hair is dark and his face looks younger.

  9. Great film, and Rathbone is great but Watson was never stupid, a dunce, or a John Bull character and that's where this falls down. Jeremy Brett….the best Holmes….ever.

  10. Well that do you know. There goes fumble it, stumble it, bumble it, bubble headed, air head Watson on the prowl!

  11. I don't get the meaning of destroying your glass ware, by throwing and smashing them into the Fireplace. What's up with that, because it makes no sense at all to me.

  12. Watson wasnt some comedy moron, i hated him in these films, i feel they made him this way to make Holmes look even smarter.

  13. I know all the episodes by heart but seeing them in their original language is like watching another movie. Extravagant but beautiful.

  14. I had seen this before on YouTube. And was held in suspended the entire viewing, this time . It's unbelievable I could of forgotten it in such as short time.

  15. Fear no evil. Watch my back. And god keep popping up the screen. He upset too. All faint must fall I did my part forgiveness. Now walk away

  16. I've got it Sherlock you hide in the garden and see who delivers the orange pips every night … Yes that'll do it

  17. Grew up watching these on Saturday afternoons. Still love them till this day. I feel sorry for today's people. They missed some good watching.

  18. Large mansion rooms, tall windows, long shadows and dark stormy nights.
    A perfect setting for a Sherlock Holmes mystery 🙂