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39 Specially written, thirty-minute TV Sherlock Holmes' films made starring Ronald Howard as Holmes and Howard Marion as Watson. They were produced by Sheldon Reynolds and filmed and scored in France. Ronald Howard was the son of the actor Leslie Howard, with whom he appeared in Pimpernel Smith. Howard Marion-Crawford is one of those rare Holmes-Watson actors.
This delightful collection of adventures infuses the wonderful Holmes mysteries with fresh energy and vigor that provides hours of thrilling entertainment. Each disk is prefaced with an introduction by Christopher Lee (Lord of the Rings) who re-invigorated the role of Holmes in later features.
Excellent viewing! These black and white half-hour episodes are filled with mystery and humor. I especially enjoy H. Marion-Crawford as Dr. Watson.
I think he is the best Dr. Read more
Love this version of Sherlock Holmes, wish there were more than just the 39 episodes. I've watched the entire series again and the DVD's work great with only a few little glitches... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Donn W Walker
Just a note about the mood in this series. It is a lot of fun. This is light entertainment and is something I sometimes put on before rather than a read before going to sleep... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Timothy B. Holt
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