Return Of Sherlock Holmes 4: Devils & Silver

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Overview

This is the fourth volume in a series of MPI DVDs preserving the late- '80s British TV show The Return of Sherlock Holmes, starring Jeremy Brett and Edward Hardwicke. This disc contains "The Devil's Foot, "Silver Blaze, and "The Bruce Partington Plans." Each episode is presented in a standard full-frame transfer with Dolby Digital Stereo sound in English. In keeping with the other MPI releases in the series, there are no special features to speak of.
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Overview

This is the fourth volume in a series of MPI DVDs preserving the late- '80s British TV show The Return of Sherlock Holmes, starring Jeremy Brett and Edward Hardwicke. This disc contains "The Devil's Foot, "Silver Blaze, and "The Bruce Partington Plans." Each episode is presented in a standard full-frame transfer with Dolby Digital Stereo sound in English. In keeping with the other MPI releases in the series, there are no special features to speak of.
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide
Jeremy Brett stars as Sherlock Holmes and David Burke plays his assistant Dr. Watson in this episode of the acclaimed British television series The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. After a valuable racehorse named Silver Blaze is stolen, Holmes is called in to find the steed, and the great detective enlists the help of several friends from the animal kingdom to find it. -- Mark Deming
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/29/2003
  • UPC: 030306178998
  • Rating:

  • Source: Mpi Home Video
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Language: English
  • Time: 2:30:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 35,678

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Open [2:05]
2. On Holiday [4:36]
3. Days in Cornwall [2:18]
4. "Devilish!" [6:26]
5. Investigating the Mystery [9:09]
6. A Concerned Party [4:23]
7. A Second Death [4:20]
8. The Experiment [6:10]
9. A Lover's Revenge [12:35]
10. End Credits [1:20]
1. Open [:46]
2. A Unique Case [3:32]
3. "Off to Dartmoor!" [5:34]
4. King's Pyland [2:34]
5. Fitzroy Simpson [3:39]
6. "What Happened Next?" [3:37]
7. Evidence and a Curious Canine [4:54]
8. Scene of the Crime [13:07]
9. The Wessex Cup [6:48]
10. Double Identity [7:25]
11. End Credits [1:20]
1. Open [:43]
2. Ticket to Ride [1:38]
3. Mycroft Derailed [9:32]
4. Sherlock on the Tracks [2:55]
5. Up on the Roof [4:26]
6. A Crushed Violet [4:55]
7. Keys to the Crime [5:55]
8. The Spy Game [6:10]
9. "A Spot of Amateur Burglary" [5:54]
10. Bloody Valentine [7:05]
11. The Best-Laid Naval Plans [2:10]
12. End Credits [1:18]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   The Devil's Foot: Play
   The Devil's Foot: Scene Selection
   Silver Blaze: Play
   Silver Blaze: Scene Selection
   The Bruce Partington Plans: Play
   The Bruce Partington Plans: Scene Selection
   Subtitles: On
   Subtitles: Off
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  • Posted March 17, 2011

    The Granada Series is Unbeatable!

    You can't go wrong with Granada TV's Sherlock Holmes series, starring Jeremy Brett. The Devil's Foot is one of the best episodes, featuring a ruthless villain, an exotic weapon, one scary "trip", Holmes's sometimes reckless pursuit of the truth, and Dr. Watson's deep friendship.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Fantastic as Usual

    I love Sherlock Holmes stories and find Jeremy Brett was the Best, even better than Basil Rathbone. It's a great series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Best of the Best of the Best

    Devil's Foot is the most perfect of the Jeremy Brett productions. Holmes is resting, has buried his cocaine needle in the sand, but soon investigates the death of a woman sitting at a table with her two brothers who go insane and are are carted off to the nut house. Holmes chooses to let the killer go free. This one is truly exciting and riveting and Jeremy plays it like a humble yet flawless virtuoso.

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