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  • I'm not sure exactly whether I like it or not
  • It definitely has its moments, but the whole circus thing is a bit ridiculous
  • The only parts I really enjoyed in this episode were the parts where Holmes and Watson were bickering over the fact that every time they tried to take a holiday, Holmes got himself involved with another case

    • by jolly
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      I am reviewing the Night Train Riddle, 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.

      This episode finds Holmes and Watson aboard a train!


      They are trying to take a holiday away from Baker Street, but alas a case finds Holmes.

      Apparently a young boy seems to have vanished into thin air aboard the train.

      After having a fight with his father, the young lad seems to have simply disappeared.

      In the investigation, Holmes discovers that the young boy has taken himself to a circus act nearby,


      • where he hopes to join.

        With the help of persuasion from Holmes and Watson, the young boy realizes that he would rather be with his father.

        I’m on the ropes with this episode.

        I’m not sure exactly whether I like it or not.

        It definitely has its moments, but the whole circus thing is a bit ridiculous.

        The only parts I really

        enjoyed in this episode were the parts where Holmes and Watson were bickering over the fact that every time they tried to take a holiday, Holmes got himself involved with another case.

        Other than those parts, there was nothing that spectacular about anything.

        If you’re a die-hard Sherlock Holmes fan, then you shouldn’t miss this one, but otherwise, I would suggest that you could skip over this one.




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