The world-famous sleuth is back in this astounding 60-episode collection (many previously believed to have been lost) direct from the original radio broadcasts.
Featuring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce, this collection contains nearly 30 hours of Old Time Radio broadcasting at its best. Digitally remastered from the original broadcast recordings, this amazing set is a true collector's item for Sherlock Holmes fans everywhere!
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For what ever reason, the stories aren't in the order that they were recorded in, so it is a little confusing when they hint at the next episode that either already happened, or is so far down the line you'd forget. Other than that it's a good listen, The advertisement can be a little annoying at first, but there is a certain charm to the way that they did these advertisements back in the day that you just don't see anymore.
If the commercials were heard once, it might be fine. But why they must interrupt every performance to advertise deceased products is beyond me. Personally, I stopped listening to the stories, which I rather enjoyed. (I think the actors are excellent.)
No, I would not recommend this because of all the old commercials interrupting each and every program.
He's a brilliant actor with an incredible voice!
If the commercials were cut out, they'd be good listening.
If you like Petri wine...
Storylines are semi predictable.
The saving grace of this audio book.
The Petri wine guy.
Edit out all of the commercials.
I am Over the road truck driver and listen to books as much as I can.
I reckon people who like listening to commercials would like this
the stories were good, but the commercials took more time than stories
edit out some of the ads
was upset that couldn't listen to the stories because of all the ads
there is a ad at the beginning then approx 5 minutes later then again at the end of story
My quest for Nostalgia couldn't help save this. The 60 second long adds for West coast Wine from the middle of last century were appalling. The genius of Conan Doyle's stories was unable to help the awful presentation. Lucky it only went to air once a week - any more often would have had the audience deserting radio for marathon running.
"Could have been better"
I was disappointed in this as the production values are quite poor. The episodes are in no order what so ever so the actors chop and change , the references to the next episode at the end of each make no sense and the sound isn't brilliant- I know they are old recordings but some episodes are unlistenable to through headphones. Some of the same episodes are available on Murder By Moonlight where the quality is better so I'd suggest you download that instead.
It's a shame as the stories and actors are great just let down by the reproduction efforts at PDQ.
Fantastic Very Good
The inter action between Holmes and Watson in these stories
He is fantastic in these storys I love him as Sherlock
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