Sherlock Holmes comes to the aid of his friend Henry Baskerville, who is under a family curse and menaced by a demonic dog that prowls the bogs near his estate and murders people.
Did You Know?
En route to Baskerville Hall, Watson meets Lestrade who is curious as to why he is in town. Watson replies he is there for "the sailing" and when Lestrade tells him there is none, Watson replies "I must have been misinformed." This is similar to Bogart's reply to Claude Rains
when the latter tells him there are no waters in Casablanca
(1942). See more
When Watson and Sir Henry arrive at Baskerville Hall and Watson and Holmes leave the place, the surface of the driveway to Baskerville Hall is made of tarmac or asphalt. See more
But without the imagination Watson, there would be no horror.
A Fine Old English Gentleman
Arranged by Frank Spencer
De Wolfe Music Ltd See more