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  • You won't be bored at any second throughout, I guarantee

    • by jolly
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      I am reviewing The Greek Interpreter, a Sherlock HOlmes episode from the boxed set, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, which was produced by Granada television in 1983. This episode is one of the best. This episode finds Holmes talking about his family for the first time to Watson.

      Watson is completely taken aback to learn that Sherlock Holmes has a brother! Furthermore, that brother lives in London! Holmes’ brother, Mycroft, sent Holmes a letter, telling him of a case that came his way that he


      that Holmes would apprechiate. With Watson at his side, Holmes goes to meet his brother at his club, the Diogenes Club, a club for shy and unsociable men.

      Watson learns that Mycroft Holmes is as superior as his brother when it comes to deduction, and the three of them embark on the Greek Interpreter case. The Greek interpreter in question presents this case: he was summoned in the night to travel with a man to a house, where he found a man tied and gagged.

      He ...


      • was to instruct the man in Greek to sign the documents before him. This he did for several hours, and on multiple ocasions.

        The Greek interpreter began to ask questions in addition to what he was told, to learn more about the man. He is told to tell no one of the event, but when he comes to Sherlock Holmes, he is discovered, kidnapped, and is attempted murder upon.

        The murder works on the poor other man, who turned out to be the brother of the

        sister, who is engaged to the horrible man who did that to him. It is great fun when Holmes, Mycroft, and Watson board a train after the murderers.

        This episode is one of my favorites. The man who played Mycroft Holmes did a phenomenal job.

        He is exactly how I pictured Mycroft Holmes to be. The episode is a great treat.

        You won’t be bored at any second throughout, I guarantee. An excellent Sherlock episode indeed! Don’t miss it.

        It’s fun to see Holmes interact with his brother.




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