The original, highly-acclaimed series starring Jeremy Brett as Holmes and featuring first David Burke, then later Edward Hardwicke as Watson, returns. Brett's Sherlock is considered by many to be the definitive portrayal of Arthur Conan Doyle's master sleuth.
The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax (#301) Duration: 50:31 TVG
Lady Frances Carfax is caught between an old family quarrel with her brother and a sinister horseman who seems to haunt her life. Holmes senses danger but before he can reach her she disappears.
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The Second Stain (#204) Duration: 50:30 STEREO TVG
The Prime Minister calls upon Sherlock Holmes to ask for his assistance in obtaining a letter stolen from the Secretary of European Affairs document case - which in the wrong hands could trigger war!
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The Problem of Thor Bridge (#302) Duration: 48:36 TVG
Maria Gibson, a dejected wife, arranges to meet her children's governess Grace Dunbar at Thor Bridge but is gunned down in cold blood.
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The Adventure of Shoscombe Old Place (#303) Duration: 51:49 TVG
Sir Robert Norberton has gambled all on the success of a horse in the Champion Stakes - if it loses, he'll be ruined! Featuring a young Jude Law (Cold Mountain, The Talented Mr. Ripley) in a supporting role.
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The Empty House (#201) Duration: 50:43 STEREO TVG
With Holmes' return to Baker Street, talk turns to Moriarty and his demise at the Reichenbach Falls, where the great detective escaped his presumed death.
The Man with the Twisted Lip (#205) Duration: 52:06 STEREO TVG
A worried wife asks Sherlock Holmes to help her trace her husband who has disappeared.
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The Abbey Grange (#202) Duration: 51:32 STEREO TVG
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are called in to investigate a brutal murder, but on arrival at the scene, the murder seems to have been solved. However, Holmes is uneasy about the outcome and returns to find more clues which eventually lead to the truth. Watson meanwhile, becomes a one man jury - but what will his verdict be?
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