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Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror

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Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror (1942)

Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror is an American movie released on 25 december 1942, produced by Universal Pictures, starring Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. 65 min. This is the 3rd sherlockian movie in the Rathbone series. Not canonical.

Other titles:

  • Voice of Terror (UK)
  • Sherlock Holmes et la voix de la terreur (FR) 1945



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  • Voice of Terror : Edgar Barrier
  • Gavin : Robert Barron
  • Basement Dive Bartender : Ted Billings
  • Crosbie : Arthur Blake
  • Jill Grandis - Driver : Hillary Brooke
  • Camberwell : Harry Cording
  • Air Raid Warden Dobson : Leslie Denison
  • Smithson - Barham's Butler : Herbert Evans
  • Mrs. Hudson : Mary Gordon
  • Meade's Henchman : Fred Graham
  • Grimes : Alec Harford
  • Duggan : Charles Jordan
  • BBC Radio Announcer : Gavin Muir
  • Basement Dive Patron : John Rogers
  • London Cab Driver : George Sherwood
  • British Officer : Arthur Stenning
  • Grady : Donald Stuart
  • Taxi Driver 3016 : Harry Stubbs
  • Heinrich (nazi) : John Wilde
  • Schieler (nazi) : Rudolph Anders





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