The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1950)

Season 1 Episode 29

The Case of the Impostor Mystery

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Aired Unknown May 16, 1955 on
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The Case of the Impostor Mystery
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Holmes and Watson return from a vacation to learn that a Holmes impersonator has been been at work. The phony told Lestrade to guard one jewelry store while he robbed another and stole valuables from a client he told to hide valuables in a biscuit jar. Setting a trap for the imposter, Watson poses as the visiting Maharaja of Gandoor who's traveling with his huge collection of jewels. As hoped, the master of disguise visits, posing as a reporter, and agrees to introduce the maharaja to the great (fake) Holmes.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)

    Basil Dignam

    Basil Dignam

    Sir Arthur Treadley

    Guest Star

    Bob Cunningham

    Bob Cunningham

    The Imposter

    Guest Star

    Archie Duncan

    Archie Duncan

    Inspector Lestrade

    Recurring Role

    Richard Larke

    Richard Larke

    Sergeant Wilkins (as Kenneth Richards)

    Recurring Role

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      • (Sir Arthur Treadley has stormed in and begun yelling at Holmes over the bad advice he got last week)
        Holmes: Yes, why don't you introduce yourself.
        Sir Arthur Treadley: Introduce? Mr. Holmes, what tomfoolery is this now?
        Holmes: You know my name, Sir. I wish I were equally informed as to yours.
        Sir Arthur Treadley: Do you mean to sit there and pretend you don't know who I am?
        Holmes: I not only do not know who you are, Sir, but I think I prefer it.

      • Lestrade: One thing more, Wilkins. If anything goes wrong tonight, do you know with whom the responsibility will lie?
        Wilkins: Well, I'd hardly like to say, sir. You're in enough difficulty as it is, sir.

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