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This film is a cult classic and well deserving of that status.
Marvelously directed by Billy Wilder with Robert Stephens as Sherlock, Colin Blakely as Watson, Christopher Lee as Mycroft and an outstanding supporting cast.
The story rolls easily along and the viewer is transported back in time to a much more pleasant era - but one not without diabolical crime and criminals.
I like all Sherlock Holmes that stick to basic characters of Sir Doyle
even humorous ones that are meant to be humorous from first to last
Sherlock Holms is a great... Read more
I loved this movie when I first saw it over forty years ago. In several respects, it stands alone among Holmes films. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ray Cunneff
It's always been one of my favorite "alternate Holmes" movies. Stephens is hardly ever mentioned as one of the Holmes' actors, but he did a fine job in this movie and it's... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Lethe2010
This is a period movie well directed and acted a great movie to any Sherlock Holmes Collection , Thank you a Must see and very well done from start to finish well worth the money .Published 12 months ago by Scott Dickens
This is not top notch Billy Wilder, in my opinion. While witty in some places, it's not particularly suspenseful. The actor portraying Sherlock Holmes is quite good. Read morePublished 12 months ago by J. Bellin
Prior to season three of the "Sherlock" series, PBS featured a couple summaries of the original Sherlock Holmes novels by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and one of them mentioned... Read morePublished 13 months ago by R.C.Beck the Raging Calvinist
I love anything about Sherlock Holmes, and I really liked this movie. Robert Stephens (now deceased - he was Maggie Smith's ex-husband as well as father of the actor Toby Stephens... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Princess_Polly
I like this movie cause of the actors and the story it tells. I enjoy the little comic bits to.Published 18 months ago by Carolschmidt