The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1984)

Season 3 Episode 4

The Second Stain

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Jul 30, 1986 on ITV
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The British Prime Minister himself calls at Baker Street to seek Holmes's help with a political crisis. A highly confidential letter from a foreign power has been stolen from the Secretary of State for European Affairs, threatening the world with war. Minutes after the Prime Minister's departure, Holmes receives another visit, from a veiled lady.

In his investigation, a bloodstain is clearly an important clue, but whose is the blood? Holmes sees through the deceptions of great and small alike.

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      • Watson (Reading from newspaper): "Murder in Westminster. Crime of a mysterious character. Eduardo Lucas, unmarried, thirty-four… well-known in society circles on account of his charming personality… valet out for the evening -
        Holmes: They always are.
        Watson: - elderly housekeeper sleeps at the top of the house, heard nothing -
        Holmes: They never do.

      • Watson: Holmes! Was one of the agents you spoke of called Eduardo Lucas?
        Holmes: Yes!
        Watson: Of Godolphin Street?
        Holmes: Yes?
        Watson: You'll not be seeing him.
        Holmes: Why not?
        Watson: He was murdered in his house last night.

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