Prelude To Murder (In Color)

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Released 1946

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Director:
Roy William Neill
Released:
1946
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Prelude to Murder (In Color) is a legendary Sherlock Holmes film in which Sherlock Holmes (Basil Rathbone) has to apply his ear for music in order to solve his next case. He finds three music boxes, and each of them contain a different clue that, when matched with the other two, will lead their finder to a secret fortune. The clues lead to a stolen Bank of England printing plates that are worth a lot of money. A group of criminals have set their sights on the music boxes and will do anything to get their hands on the boxes. They are even willing to go as far as killing for the boxes. As soon as a person decides to buy one of the music boxes, they mysteriously are killed. Holmes catches onto this crime and begins his detective work to find out the killer. This movie is fully remastered in brilliant, digital color and is a thrilling mystery.

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Crime