Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century

Season 1 Episode 10

The Sign of Four

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Aired Saturday 10:30 AM Nov 20, 1999 on FOX
8.1
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The Sign of Four
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Mary Morstan comes to Holmes with a problem. The solution of that problem, however, will lead them clear to the moon! Mary's father had been killed in a mine accident on the moon years ago. Now Mary is finding out that the circumstances were strange then, and the sequel is even stranger now.moreless

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  • Years ago, a mysterious Moon mining accident lead to the death of Mary Morstan's father. The tragic mystery seems to be take an even stranger turn now, which prompts our investigators to travel to the Moon in order to crack the case.moreless

    8.5
    Sherlock Holmes and his trusted robot companion Dr. Watson must travel to a mining operation on the moon to solve an old mystery that seems to have some very real consequences for the present. Mary Morstan lost her father in a mining accident, right when it was proven to be profitable. Was it really an accident or something a bit more fowl? This is another great episode that offers up a good moon mystery, which might even stump adults. It is also one of the few episodes in the series were a character actually dies, albeit off screen. The original story, published way back in 1890 is even more complicated, and obviously absent of science fiction themes, but certainly worth the read.moreless
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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