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Sherlock Holmes in New York

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Sherlock Holmes in New York (1976)

Sherlock Holmes in New York is an American TV movie produced by Twentieth Century Fox starring Roger Moore (Holmes) and Patrick Macnee (Watson). Released on 18 october 1976. 95 minutes.

The movie is a loosely mixing characters and plot from A Scandal in Bohemia (Irene Adler) and The Red-Headed League (Gold robbery in bank underground).

The young actor Geoffrey Moore (playing Scott Adler, the Irene Adler's son) is in fact the Roger Moore's son.


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  • Director : Boris Sagal
  • Director of Photography : Michael Margulies
  • Music : Richard Rodney Bennett
  • Conducted by : Leonard Rosenman
  • Producer : John Cutts
  • Screenplay : Alvin Sapinsley
  • Art Director : Larry Paull
  • Film Editor : Samuel E. Beetley
  • Post Production Supervisor : Joseph Silver
  • Second Unit Director : Paul Baxley
  • Executive Production Manager : Mark Evans
  • Unit Production Manager : Ted Butcher
  • Assistant Director : Len Sith, Jr.
  • 2nd Assistant Director : Mack Bing
  • Casting : Joyce Selznick
  • Assistant Film Editor : Lareine Johnston
  • Sound Mixer : Herman Lewis
  • Rerecording Mixer : Don Bassman
  • Sound Editor : Don Hall
  • Music Editor : Len Engel
  • Key Grip : Jay Johnston
  • Gaffer : Bill Tenny
  • Camera Operator : Chuy Elizondo
  • Script Supervisor : Judy Tucker
  • Men's Costumer : Hal Hoff
  • Women's Costumer : Shannon Litten
  • Property : Douglas Stubbs
  • Makeup : Frank Griffin, Ron Snyder
  • Hair Stylist : Gloria Algeo, Mary Babcock
  • Dialogue Coach : Dinah Rogers
  • Prodution Assistant : Susan Perkins
  • Set Decorator : Raphael Bretton
  • Executive Producer : Nancy Malone
  • Production : Jack Haley Jr.



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