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  • Holmes immediately angers Waston by indulging in his addiction, causing quite the interesting scene later on, when he has a fit of uncontrollable laughter

    • by jolly
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      I am reviewing The Musgrave Ritual, a Sherlock Holmes episode from the boxed set, The Return of Sherlock Holmes, which was produced in 1984 by Granada television. In this episode, Holmes and Watson are off to visit an old classmate of Holmes’ named Musgrave.

      He and Watson have been invited to stay at his


      manor for the weekend.

      Holmes immediately angers Waston by indulging in his addiction, causing quite the interesting scene later on, when he has a fit of uncontrollable laughter.

      It is only later that Holmes’ interest is sparked by a case presented to him one morning by Musgrave.

      Apparently, one of Musgrave’s servants had been looking at a family ritual locked away in a drawer of Musgrave’s.

      Musgrave had lightly dealt with the fellow, allowing him two weeks more to work before leaving, but to his surprise, Musgrave is gone the next day.

      Strange behavior begins to occur throughout the household, and Holmes begins to expect foul play.

      This ...


      • The Musgrave Ritual
      episode is great fun as Holmes, Watson, and Musgrave try to figure out this Musgrave family ritual, which is said to lead to some sort of treasure.

      In the end, the case is solved, and the gentleman find a treasure of sorts indeed.

      This episode is among one of my favorites.

      The acting is excellent

      all around.

      It is really quite eerie just how much Jeremy Brett seems to have really BECOME Sherlock Holmes.

      His acting is beyond phenomenal in this episode, as is Edward Hardwicke’s.

      The two certainly make a good team! This episode is full of adventure! It promises great fun throughout the entire episode.

      You cannot miss this one!




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