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  • The plot is interesting, and the humor is addicting

    • by jolly
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      I am reviewing The Case of the Baker Street Nursemaids, 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 Baker Street Nursemaids finds Holmes and Watson as the recipients of a baby dropped on their doorstep! There is a note


      of explanation, begging Holmes to watch over a woman’s baby, as she fears for his life. Shortly after, she and her husband were kidnapped, and Holmes is out to save them.

      After leaving the baby in charge of Watson for only a short moment, Holmes returns to find the baby has been kidnapped, and Watson has been hit over the head. The two of them set out to find the family and a humous scene takes place when the two are in the house ...


      • of the kidnappers.

        Watson teaches Holmes how to knock people unconscious. When Watson shows him how to punch without causing harm to his hand and Holmes tries it, he flinches and says, ‘No.

        It still hurts. ’ This is all very humorous if you’re not a die hard Doyle fan, for it’s well known that Holmes is an international boxing champion.

        He would by no means need Watson’s instruction in such matters. If you can appreciate humor however, then you’ll enjoy this

        episode.

        In the end, Holmes and Watson save the family, and their lives go back to normal. This episode is humorous throughout.

        It’s especially funny to see the two bachelors alone with a baby girl, trying to get her to stop crying, and trying to figure out what to do with her. Men are hopeless with such things.

        Haha. The plot is interesting, and the humor is addicting.

        If you don’t mind the ever-annoying supporting cast, then I promise you can fully enjoy this episode.




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