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Sherlock Holmes Returns

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Sherlock Holmes Returns (1993)

Sherlock Holmes Returns is an American TV movie produced by Intrepid Production (Luxembourg & Canada) first released on 12 september 1993 (USA), starring Anthony Higgins as Sherlock Holmes. 96 min.

The movie was also released in USA as "1994 Baker Street: Sherlock Holmes Returns".

Some references to the original stories in the movie:

  • Captain Basil (aka Sherlock Holmes in BLAC) : in 1899 he employed the grand-father of Mr. Hudson as caretaker, but mysteriously disappeared...
  • Holmes refers to the theory of The Game where Conan Doyle used the Watson's notes to write the stories.
  • There is a life-belt in Mrs. Hudson basement with name of the Dutch Boat Friesland (NORW).
  • Holmes refers to the club foot (MUSG).
  • He tells Winslow : You see but you do not observe (SCAN).
  • He refers to his monograph upon the form of the hand (SIGN).
  • He refers to his Baristu martial art (EMPT).
  • He still keeps his tobacco in a persian slipper (MUSG).



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Cast


  • Director : Kenneth Johnson, Frank Orsatti
  • Screenplay : Kenneth Johnson
  • associate producer : Susan Appling, Ron French
  • executive producer : Daniel Grodnik, Kenneth Johnson, Jon Slan
  • assistant producer : Michael Morgan
  • Original Music : James Di Pasquale
  • Cinematography : Ken Orieux, Bradley Six
  • Film Editor : David Strohmaier
  • Production Design : Richard Hudolin
  • Art Direction : Lance King
  • Costume Design : Susan de Laval
  • Hair Stylist : Janet Sala
  • Makeup Artist : Sydney Silvert
  • Production Manager : Ron French, R. John Slosser
  • Production Supervisor : Steve Wakefield
  • Second Unit Director :
  • First Assistant Director : Richard Coleman, Toby Lovallo
  • Second Assistant Director : Craig Matheson
  • Third Assistant Director : Derek Hurst
  • Second Assistant Director : Tom Zapata
  • Scenic Carpenter : Lyle Barwick
  • Greensman : Gary Brooks
  • Property Master : Bryan Korenberg
  • Set Director : Cynthia Lewis
  • Construction Coordinator : Rob Maier
  • Head Painter : Lou Solyom
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer : Craig Hunter
  • Supervising Sound Editor : David Rawlinson
  • Sound Mixer : Larry Sutton
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer : Nello Torri, David John West
  • Stunt Double: Holmes : Scott Ateah
  • Stunt : Robin Bonaccorsi
  • Stunt Coordinator : Mike Martinez, John Wardlow
  • Tiger Stunts : Gerry Therrien
  • Gaffer : Drew Davidson
  • Steadicam Operator : Mike Elwell
  • Photographer: Second Unit, San Francisco Unit : Mike Elwell
  • Still Photographer : Phil Hersee
  • Key Grip : Tim Hogan
  • Camera Operator : Randall Platt
  • First Assistant Camera : Tenzin Lhalungpa
  • Second Assistant Camera : Lisa Robison
  • Genny Operator : Kosto Zeviar
  • Casting Canada : Stuart Aikins
  • Extras Casting : Sue Brouse
  • Casting Los Angeles : Valorie Massalas
  • Assistant Editor : Caroline Hardon
  • Additional Editor : Scot Scalise
  • Music Editor : Terry Delsing
  • Transportation Coordinator : Marty Grohn
  • Transportation Captain : Al Morgan
  • Location Manager : Bob Brewster, Bruce Brownstein
  • Script Supervisor : Jessica Clothier
  • Appearance of Sherlock Holmes By Arrangement With  : Dame Jean Conan Doyle
  • Assistant: Mr. Slan : Sue Cunningham
  • Assistant: Mr. Grodnik : Kendall Elliott
  • Assistant: Mr. Johnson : Brenda Griffin
  • Assistant: Mr. Johnson : Juliet Johnson
  • Publicist : Betty Michalyshyn
  • Production Coordinator : Linda Sheehy-Brownstein
  • Animal Trainer : Gerry Therrien


Plot summary

Sherlock Holmes is awakened in modern times from suspended animation as a result of an earthquake. He is aided in his recovery by Dr. Amy Winslow, who lives in Baker Street in San Francisco. Holmes pits his wits against the descendants of the Moriarty family, led by James Moriarty Booth.





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