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Join Holmes and Watson as four exciting mysteries from the acclaimed series unravel. Deductive reasoning leads to murder and suspense in the thrilling escapades of history's greatest detective as he surveys "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," "The Adventure of the Dancing Men," "A Scandal in Bohemia," and "The Adventure of the Devil's Foot."

This exciting full-cast presentation is like nothing you've ever heard before!

©1998 Monterey Movie Company, All Rights Reserved

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terrible acting

absolutely horrible performances ruin this attempt at doing the holmes stories in audio play format. everyone sounds like a first day acting class student. how could any director let this happen?

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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  • mazza v
  • 06-19-10

The Adventures of Sherlock holmes[dramatised]

Anyone who is familiar with the Sherlock Holmes novels may find these short dramas of interest. The American recording is a little dated and the sound production amusing at times. With the British accents often lapsing into American 'twang'. The background bird sounds at times appear to give the impression of people whistling in the background and the music inappropriate for the mood of the narrative.
Despite these shortcomings the Holmes powers of deduction are brought to the fore in maybe a somewhat simple form but would, therefore, be a good way for children to enjoy these classic tales.

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