Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century

Season 1 Episode 11

The Adventure of the Dancing Men

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Aired Saturday 10:30 AM Nov 27, 1999 on FOX
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The Adventure of the Dancing Men
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Hilton Cubitt and his wife, Elsie, are devloping a way to grow plants at subzero temperatures. But someone wants their research, and he is willing to kill them for it. Someone breaks in and a struggle ensues, ending with Hilton falling into a cryogenic tank and Elsie out cold beside it. Holmes and the gang arrive to help. Not only must they solve the case, but they must also deal with a nosy cousin, Abe Slaney. They end up finding out quite a bit, involving a strange email with a series of dancing stick figure men and Mrs. Cubitt's past.moreless

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    Jennifer Copping

    Jennifer Copping

    the voice of Deidre

    Jason Gray-Stanford

    Jason Gray-Stanford

    the voice of Sherlock Holmes

    Richard Newman

    Richard Newman

    the voice of Prof. James Moriarty

    Ian James Corlett

    Ian James Corlett

    the voice of Martin Fenwick

    William Samples

    William Samples

    the voice of Chief Insp. Charles Greyson

    Viv Leacock

    Viv Leacock

    the voice of Wiggins

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      • Lestrade [(rising from hospital bed upon having fooled Abe Slaney into thinking Elsie was there half asleep by averting her face)voice hardening with each word]: "Flowers? For me! Oh you think of everything, don't you, Mr. Slaney!"

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      • It is interesting that not only did Holmes confirm that both Mrs. Cubitt and Abe Slaney had once lived on the moon by their gesture (usually used to adjust an oxygen mouthpiece), but Wiggins realised that Slaney had come from the moon, and recently, within a few minutes of meeting him. Wiggins noticed that his steps were different from those of the people on Earth because Slaney was used to lighter gravity.

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