The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1950)

Season 1 Episode 3

The Case of the Pennsylvania Gun

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Aired Unknown Nov 01, 1954 on
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Holmes and Watson travel to the Sussex countryside to fish -- literally -- for clues in a shotgun murder of John Douglas, what Holmes calls "The Case of the Other Dumbbell". Holmes slides down a bannister in the course of his investigation. He not only deduces who the murderer is, but also who the victim is.moreless

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  • The Case of the Other Dumbbell....

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    ...."The Case of the Pennsylvania Gun" is one of the few episodes of the Ronald Howard-starred Sherlock Holmes series that was based on one of Arthur Conan Doyle's original stories (in this case, it was "The Valley of Fear"). The fact that this episode is based on Doyle's story alone makes it a good episode - including a solid mystery while also being incredibly funny, fleshing out some of Holmes' quirkier sides. Without a doubt, "The Case of the Pennsylvania Gun" is one of the best episodes of the mid-50s Sherlock Holmes series.moreless
Ronald Howard

Ronald Howard

Sherlock Holmes

Howard Marion-Crawford

Howard Marion-Crawford

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

Maurice Teynac

Maurice Teynac

Morelle

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Frank Dexter

Frank Dexter

Sergeant

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Russell Waters

Russell Waters

MacLeod (as Russel Waters)

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