Case of the Split Ticket
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  • This episode is definitely entertaining and interesting
  • You will definitely enjoy watching Holmes and Watson figure this one

    • by jolly

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      I am reviewing The Case of the Split Ticket, 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 in the hands of a lucky man! After returning to their flat after a walk, Holmes and Watson find a man named O’Casey sitting restlessly in their room.

      He is quite anxious and excited, and is hard to calm down, but at last he tells Holmes his story.

      Apparently, another fellow,

      • a woman, and he shared the price of a lottery ticket, and they won.

        The other fellow suddenly has vanished, however, and the ticket will expire unless they find him by midnight.

        O’Casey is desperate for Holmes help, as he wants to collect his winnings!

        This episode is definitely entertaining and interesting.

        I would recommend it

        to anyone.

        I liked that they changed the cases up a bit, not relying heavily on murder for once.

        The supporting cast wasn’t too deplorable, but left room for improvement certainly.

        The episode is very enjoyable and the time flies by fast while watching this one.

        You will definitely enjoy watching Holmes and Watson figure this one

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