The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1950)

Season 1 Episode 35

The Case of the Haunted Gainsborough

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Aired Unknown Jul 04, 1955 on
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The Case of the Haunted Gainsborough
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Malcolm MacGregan will lose his family's Scottish castle if he can't make the mortgage payment, by midnight. His attempts to find a buyer for the Gainsborough portrait of his ancestor Heather have failed because her ghost keeps appearing to curse anyone who takes the painting. Holmes believes the haunting has more to do with the greedy mortgage holder than an actual spirit.moreless

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    Ronald Howard

    Ronald Howard

    Sherlock Holmes

    Howard Marion-Crawford

    Howard Marion-Crawford

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

    John Buckmaster

    John Buckmaster

    MacLeish

    Guest Star

    Zack Matalon

    Zack Matalon

    Archibald Ross

    Guest Star

    Roger E. Garris

    Roger E. Garris

    Sam Scott

    Guest Star

    Archie Duncan

    Archie Duncan

    Malcolm MacGregan

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The curse verse: Reflect and then ye will plainly see the MvGreggan fortune hung in me. A curse on all who dare conspire to take me doon from o'er the fire.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • (final words with Heather, the castle ghost)
        Heather: Thank you for finding the treasure and saving the castle.
        Holmes: You're too good an actress for this kind of work, Heather.
        Watson: But I was up to your tricks all along though.
        Heather: It would be very difficult for a woman to fool a strong and intelligent man like you, Dr. Watson.

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