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  • There is not a single moment I found to be worthy of mentioning
  • Don't fret about missing this episode, as there is definitely nothing to miss

    • by jolly
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      I am reviewing The Case of the Tyrant’s Daughter, 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 a young chemist in need of Sherlock Holmes help.

      His fianc’s father, who had strictly opposed their affectionate regard for each other, was found murdered, and he is the prime suspect! The young ...


      • chemist’s housekeeper employs Holmes help, believing the chemist to be innocent of the dreadful crime.

        There is a huge amount of evidence against the young man, but Holmes sees the case to the end, and saves a young man’s life.

        I don’t care for this episode.

        It

        is a very forgetful one.

        The plot is boring, dry, and humorless.

        The supporting cast is ridiculous, and the scenes are ridiculous.

        There is not a single moment I found to be worthy of mentioning.

        Don’t fret about missing this episode, as there is definitely nothing to miss.




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