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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Complete First Season DVD
Own all 39 episodes of the classic Sherlock Holmes series from the 1950’s remastered—a collector’s set! The
black-and-white series was a new take on the character made for American television starring Ronald Howard as
Sherlock Holmes, Howard Marion Crawford as Dr. John Watson and Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade.
Disk Count: 10
Video Format: Standard
Run Time: Approx. 16 hours and 15 minutes
Product Features: 

A must-have for true fans Sherlock Holmes
The complete collection of the 1954 series
39 episodes are included on 10 DVDs—a great gift set!
Ronald Howard stars as Sherlock Holmes, Howard Marion Crawford as Dr. John Watson and Archie Duncan as Inspector
Watch over 16 hours of suspense, mystery and fun!

Now you can own all 39 episodes of Sherlock Holmes remastered—a must-have collection for all fans of the dynamic
detective! This black-and-white series from the 1950’s brought a fresh take on the classic character to American
television. This was a more laid-back Sherlock Holmes with a smart sense of humor and a twinkle in his eye. The
appeal of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s detective series is elementary, and television producer Sheldon Reynolds knew
this. So, in 1954, he brought the popular characters from the novels to audiences in the United States with Ronald
Howard playing a dashing and quick-witted Holmes. Howard Marion Crawford smartly portrays Dr. John Watson as a wise
and valuable sidekick. The pair has perfect chemistry making each episode a joy to watch!

Discover More about Sherlock Holmes

Sheldon Reynolds’s version of Sherlock Holmes was inspired by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s first Holmes novel, A Study
in Scarlet
Ronald Howard purposely strayed from the darker, more serious portrayal of Sherlock Holmes made famous by Basil
Rathbone in the 1930s
Howard Marion Crawford had been wishing to play Dr. Watson for a long time when he got the role in the series in
Archie Duncan appears as Inspector Lestrade in 32 episodes, but plays different characters in a few other episodes
The show was filmed in Paris, France; there were several sets built there for both the inside and outside of 221B
Baker Street
Nicole Milinaire, the associate producer of Sherlock Holmes, was one of the first women to fill a senior production
role in a TV series
Sheldon Reynolds made a second Sherlock Holmes television series in 1980

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