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Through the Fears - 1939

When Universal began creating monster movies again, the producer behind the original line had been ousted from the company. Both Carl Laemmle and his son, the former head of production had been fired in 1936. 1,198 more words

REVIEW: Hound of the Baskervilles @ Great Northern Warehouse, Manchester

It’s Sherlock Holmes as you’ve never seen him before, as Northern Rep serve up their unique interpretation of Arthur Conan Doyle’s creepy classic.

Christopher Brown and Angela Hazeldine in the roles of Holmes and Dr Jane Watson take a small audience through the intriguing tale of murder, greed and deception in the intimate environment of the Reading Room next to the AMC Cinema at the Great Northern Warehouse. 98 more words


Happy Birthday, Sherlock Holmes (aka Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 22 May 1859)

The Hound of the Baskervilles with Jeremy Brett and Edward Hardwicke – THE Sherlock Holmes! in my view. (running time: 1:45:35) Nuke some pop corn, sit back and enjoy! 340 more words

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Review: Sherlock Holmes in the Hound of the Baskerville's by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

This week’s Throwback Thursday is one of Sherlock Holmes’s biggest adventures: the Hound of the Baskervilles.

This time around, Holmes has got his hands full: Sir Charles Baskerville has been killed by a gigantic diabolical mythical hound, his only surviving heir has turned up to claim his fortune, an escaped murderer is on the loose, and the Butler is looking shifty. 84 more words


Okay, so The Hound of the Baskervilles is one of Doyle’s four novels about Sherlock Holmes, Dr. John Watson and their extraordinarily exciting adventures. Furthermore, it is the third and longest novel about Sherlock Holmes that I have yet to read. 561 more words


Review - 'The Hound of the Baskervilles' - A Louth Playgoers Production

I’m always a bit wary going to a production on opening night… I always ask myself, are the cast ready? Are there going to be glitches?   1,205 more words


Arthur & Sherlock: Conan Doyle and the Creation of Holmes--Michael Sims

You can get too much Sherlock Holmes. I once met the editor of a magazine called The Holmesian Observer. I read the Complete Sherlock Holmes… 1,613 more words

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