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Contains four classic feature films:
SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE VOICE OF TERROR (1942) - When taunting saboteurs warn of a Nazi invasion of the British Isles through a horrific radio menace, the British Intelligence's Inner Council calls in Sherlock Holmes to help in the crisis.
SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE SECRET WEAPON (1942) The great detective must stop the Nazis from getting their hands on a new bombsight, wrapped in a code of dancing men.
SHERLOCK HOLMES IN WASHINGTON (1943) Top-secret documents are missing and a British secret service agent is dead. Holmes and Watson go to Washington to recover the documents before they fall into the wrong hands.
SHERLOCK HOLMES FACES DEATH (1943) - Holmes and Watson are summoned to Musgrave Manor to investigate a murder. Holmes solves a complicated puzzle of an ancient family ritual to expose the murderer.
Commentary from renowned British author David Stuart Davies
Original Movie Posters
Product was as advertised. Worked well with the seller. Would recommend to others.Published 3 months ago by Donald Robert Gotto
Did not receiveis feature, got the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes instead with Ronald Howard. It stinks.Published 4 months ago by JudyHoward
Sherlock Holmes Collection from WWIi digitallly restored to look like modern films...The films were perfectly restored...The colection is from about 1944..... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jerry A. Wappula
All of the 12 Basil/Nigel Sherlock movies are the standard that has never been beat as far as I am concerned. Being digitally remastered makes it appear as though it is brand new. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Constantino Tata
WELL IT ALL STARTED WHEN I WAS A SMALL CHILD AND FOUND OUT THAT FANTASY BEAT THE SOCKS OFF OF REALITY.Published 22 months ago by dave
I would sit up nights when Sherlock Holmes was on. For me, Basil Rathbone was Sherlock. While others used the settings Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was familiar with, this was updated to... Read morePublished on April 23, 2013 by Betty L. Wilkins