Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking
The similarities between the murder of a lowly shop-girl and a glamorous debutante spark legendary detective Sherlock Holmes (Rupert Everet) to break out his famous magnifying glass and crack the case in this mystery directed by Simon Cellan Jones and co-starring Ian Hart as Holmes' faithful assistant Watson. It's been a while since Holmes and Watson have worked together, but when the sordid world of the London docks collides with the aristocratic tranquility of Edwardian high society, the sleuthing twosome must put their heads together to ensure that London's rigid social system retains stability and balance.
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- Bbc Warner
Cast & Crew
1. The Case of the Silk Stocking [6:34]
2. Lady Alice Pentney [7:46]
3. Holmes Has a Visitor [3:31]
4. Holmest Takes Control [5:40]
5. Another Girl Goes Missing [8:40]
6. Clothes [8:24]
7. Sarah O'Brien [6:25]
8. The Trap Is Set [6:01]
9. Symmpathetic Questioning [11:03]
10. Mistaken Identity [6:32]
11. Bait [7:28]
12. The Wrong Man [7:47]
13. Hiding Place [8:49]
14. Wedding [4:03]
Sherlock Holmes (Rupert Everett)
Dr. Watson (Ian Hart)
Mrs, Vandeleur (Helen McCrory)
George Pentney (Jonathan Hyde)
Hugo Massingham (Julian Wadham)
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This is an entirely original Holmes story. And when such a thing comes along, it will either be really good or really bad. This was really a great movie. I like alot of the Sherlock Holmes stories, including the new one set in modern day. And for everyone who thinks it might be wrong to update the stories for today, remember back in the 40's Basil Rathbone played a contemporary Sherlock Holmes then to. Each Holmes and Watson duo brings something unique to the legend. And this pair is in many ways superior than about 90% of the people who have ever played the roles. This is a must have for everyone.
This was possibly one of the most brilliantly played versions of Holmes ever... Everet is a superb actor, and he definitely brought something to the character no one had done before.
Well, this one was alright. Not bad but still good. Got creepy near the end.
This was a wonderfuly played movie. Rupert Everet was a brilliant Sherlock Holmes. Witty, clever, and a gritty look of the detective. Plot was very clever.