The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1950)

Season 1 Episode 26

The Case of the Baker Street Nursemaids

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Aired Unknown Apr 25, 1955 on
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A baby in a basket is delivered to the bachelors at 221B Baker Street. The child was sent by Mme. Durand, wife of the kidnapped French inventor, for safe keeping. Holmes deduces the Durands have been taken by representatives of a foreign government anxious to possess Dr. Durand's new creation, the submarine. Once they determine which country, Holmes and Watson use an ingenious plan to gain entry to their embassy; they simply walk in announced.moreless

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    Howard Marion-Crawford

    Howard Marion-Crawford

    Dr. John H. Watson (as H. Marion Crawford)

    Ronald Howard

    Ronald Howard

    Sherlock Holmes

    Roger Treville

    Roger Treville

    Tennow

    Guest Star

    Yves Brainville

    Yves Brainville

    Lorenz

    Guest Star

    Dominique Chautemps

    Dominique Chautemps

    Mme Durand

    Guest Star

    Archie Duncan

    Archie Duncan

    Inspector Lestrade

    Recurring Role

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      • (Lestrade walks in after Holmes and Watson have saved the Durands)
        Inspector Lestrade: Holmes? Watson? Is everything alright?
        Dr. Watson: Yes, everything's definitely under control, thanks to you.
        Inspector Lestrade: Oh, I didn't do anything.
        Dr. Watson: That's what I mean.

      • (they've just opened the basket and found a baby)
        Watson: What is it?
        Holmes: Well, it's obvious. Isn't it?
        Watson: You never told me!
        Holmes: Told you what?
        Holmes: I haven't got one. Or I hadn't until now.
        Watson: Where did it come from?
        Holmes: Well, you're the doctor.
        Watson: I'm not that kind of doctor.

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