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  • If you're up for a little supernatural mystery, then I would recommend this episode to you

    • by jolly
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      I am reviewing The Case of the Laughing Mummy, a Sherlock Holmes episode from the boxed set, Sherlock Holmes: The Complete Series 39 Thrilling Episodes. This series was produced by Sheldon Reynolds and filmed in France in the fifties.

      Ronald Howard, the son of actor Leslie Howard, stars as Sherlock Holmes, and Marion Crawford stars as Watson.

      The Case of


      the Laughing Mummy finds Holmes employed with the single effort to dismiss a group of people’s suspicions that their residence is haunted.

      Every evening, the family hears the sound of what appears to be a laughing mummy coming from an Egyptian tomb they keep in a room.

      Naturally, they come to think that the mummy is cursed and that it is ...


      • crying out to them in anger and despair.

        Holmes and Watson invesitage this fun little mystery, and Holmes comes to discover that the noise is actually coming from the weather man on top of the family’s house.

        When all is solved and the duo make to leave, they think the mystery has been solved but has it? A surprising ending

        is in store for you!

        This is one of the more enjoyable episodes, but I would just call it ‘enjoyable fluff.

        ’ The plot is ridiculous and humorous, and unlikely.

        The supporting cast is as ridiculous as always, but Howard and Crawford keep it enjoyable.

        If you’re up for a little supernatural mystery, then I would recommend this episode to you.




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