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On the Scent of the Baskerville Hound

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On the Scent of the Baskerville Hound (1989)

On the Scent of the Baskerville Hound is a British documentary directed by Tim Watso, Produced by Nick Smith (TSW Production, Television SouthWest Ltd.), aired in 1989, narrated by Richard Worthy and Stuart Hutchinson. 25 minutes.

The documentary explains the genesis of the plot of the Arthur Conan Doyle's novel : The Hound of the Baskervilles published in 1901-1902 and the connections with Bertram Fletcher Robinson, or the evil reputation of Richard Cable; as well as the hypothesis about the location of the Baskerville manor.



Full documentary


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Cast

Interviewees

  • Captain Bill Michell, former chairman of the Sherlock Holmes Society of London
  • Brian Howell, owner of Lukesland Manor near Ivybridge (TBV)
  • Shirley Purves, current chairman of the Sherlock Holmes Society of London
  • Dame Jean Conan Doyle, daughter of Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Susan Cable, relative to Richard Cable
  • Richard Lancelyn Green, sherlockian scholar
  • Ruth Mary, habitant near Princetown prison


Crew

  • Director : Tim Watson
  • Producer : Nick Smith
  • Photography : David Howarth, Scott Tibbles, John Kingdon
  • Sound Recordists : Larry Miller, Tom Stevenson
  • Lights : Jon Moore, Nick Connett
  • Props : Andy Donald
  • Production Assistants : Sue Dalziel, Karen Stockdale
  • Dubbing Mixer : Paul Roberts
  • Graphics : Colin Wosley
  • Editor : Jim De Wan
  • Research : Peter Colebrook
  • Executive Producer : Frank Wintle






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