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Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon

Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon ★★★ Secret Weapon 1942

Based on “The Dancing Men” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Holmes battles the evil Moriarty in an effort to save the British war effort. Good Holmes mystery with gripping wartime setting. Hoey is fun as bumbling Inspector Lestrade. Available colorized. 68m/B VHS, DVD . Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Karen Verne, William Post Jr., Dennis Hoey, Holmes Herbert, Mary Gordon, Henry Victor, Philip Van Zandt, George Eldredge, Leslie Denison, James Craven, Paul Fix, Hugh Herbert, Lionel Atwill; D: Roy William Neill; W: Scott Darling; C: Lester White; M: Frank Skinner.

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