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					"Just the Facts" Canonical Database version 10.1      © 2004-2012 Joseph E. Dierkes
   Please direct errors and/or omissions via e-mail to InspectorHopkins at aol dot com

(v.10.1 01-26-12)


Welcome to the latest version of the Canonical Database! This is a genuine work in progress, and
future versions with even greater accuracy and more detail will be made available as time permits.
Be sure to visit this website often to check for the latest updates.

It was created with Microsoft's Excel 97 software, is named "Just_the_Facts_V10.1.xls", and is
sorted into "Doubleday Order" (the order as given in "The Complete Sherlock Holmes" vols 1 & 2).
This is abbreviated in column A of the Database as "DD #". It can be sorted into "Oxford Order" by
column B of the Database, abbreviated as "OX #".

Worksheets have been updated, more errors corrected, and further additions and refinements made.




Please e-mail me with any comments, suggestions, questions, or problems with the Database, or to
obtain information on the next version currently being developed. Don't forget to use the "at" sign and
the real "dot" in my address. Due to spam, I have had to remove the link to my address above.

With my sincerest hope that you will find it to be an interesting and useful tool in your own research
and enjoyment of the Sacred Writings of Dr. Watson, I remain, as always,


Yours faithfully,
STANLEY HOPKINS

   "I've got my facts pretty clear . . . all I want now is to know what they all mean."
           NOTES                             (v.10.1 01-26-12)



"Database" Notes:

1   As Mr. Jack Tracy has done, fictitious or imaginary locations are prefixed with an asterisk (*)

2   "Est. one-way miles" is from "221B Baker St" (from Baker St between Blandford and George Sts.),
           except for LION. Used an estimate of the distance traveled from his villa in that case.

3   "Estimated 1-way miles" and "Estimated Total miles" were obtained from both cited Road Atlases
          using a combination of mileage charts, and measurements with a ruler.

4   Rand Mc Nally map locations are given as page number, then grid number. For example: 22,F44

5   A-Z map locations are given as grid number, then page number.       For example: 8J,19

6   Educated guesses had to be made in the cases of imaginary locations, and uncertainties exist in
          some of the modes of transportation. These are indicated by question marks.

7   For the most part, distances are given "as the crow flies". In some cases it was possible to follow
           a likely road route. An average of these two methods was often used.

8   These distances are estimated to be accurate to +/- 10%

9   An important distinction must be made between the use of the word "and" and the use of the
          ampersand symbol (&) in the Crime, Victim, Villain, and Result fields in the Database. The
          "&" symbol represents a definite LINK between fields, while the word "and" does not. An
          example will be given here to illustrate this concept, using the data from PRIO:

           Crime      abduction & murder                            (crime #1     &   crime #2)
           Victim     Lord Saltire & Heidegger                      (victim #1    &   victim #2)
           Villain    James Wilder & Rueben Hayes                   (villain #1   &   villain #2)
           Result     SH intervened & Villain arrested              (result #1    &   result #2)

           These data show that Saltire was abducted by Wilder, with the result that Holmes intervened
           on his behalf. Likewise, Heidegger was murdered by Hayes, which resulted in his arrest.
           Thus, result#1 applies to villain#1 which applies to victim#1 which applies to crime#1, etc.

10 Distances in FINA, LADY, and LAST were estimated using an iPAQ Pocket PC with "Pocket Earth v2.0"
         software (see "Websites consulted" on the "Footnotes to Database" worksheet)

11 The "first appearances", month-year of publication, and the artists who created the illustrations
   have been taken from several sources. See the "Footnotes to Database" worksheet footnotes 14-15.
   Note that in many cases, a story was published in two magazines, often with two different dates of
   publication only a month apart. To keep the Database tractable, only the earlier date of publication is
   given, and the earlier magazine is listed first in the "First Appearance" column. The corresponding
   name of the illustrator for that magazine, followed by the number of illustrations in parentheses, is
   then listed first in the "Illustrated by" column. In a number of other cases, the dates of publication
    for both magazines are the same, or the stories were published as a series of installments. The user
    should consult the original website data if accuracy greater than what is presented here, is desired.


"Granada Series" Notes:

1   These data were taken from several sources including www.tvtome.com, www.mpihomevideo.com,
    www.tvheaven.ca/holmes.htm, www.dunwich.org/tv/sherlock/sherlock.html, Kathy Li's excellent site
    at http://charon.ucsd.edu/kli/HolmesEG/episodes.html, and from the Film DVDs themselves.
2   There was a total of 41 episodes filmed between 1984 and 1994. Unfortunately, as we are all sadly
    aware, Jeremy Brett (b. 11-3-33 d. 9-12-95) did not live to complete the entire Canon. Granada
    decided not to continue without him.
3   In the sixth season of the Series, CHAS, SUSS, and NOBL were made into 2-hour long movies named
    "The Master Blackmailer", "The Last Vampyre", and "The Eligible Bachelor" respectively. These films
    could have been broadcasted in back-to-back 1 hour episodes, or broadcasted on two consecutive
    weeks. In the interest of simplicity, I have listed only the earliest broadcast date of each film.
4   The "Season & Episode" numbers are presented as a decimal number. For example, 2.5 means the
    second season, fifth episode. This was done to enable sorting the list in episode order.
5   David Burke portrayed Dr. Watson only in the first two seasons. Edward Hardwicke portrayed him in
    the remaining five seasons. Rosalie Williams portrayed Mrs. Hudson, Colin Jeavons portrayed
    Inspector Lestrade, and Charles Gray (1928-2000) portrayed Mycroft throughout the entire Series.
6   It is a credit to Granada's writers that the portrayals in the Series were unusually faithful to the
    original Canonical stories, with almost all of the dialogues taken verbatim. One noticeable differ-
    ence was that Watson was allowed to share in many of Holmes's observations and deductions, and
    was assigned many of the lines originally spoken by Holmes in the Canon. Mrs. Hudson appeared in
    a number of Film portrayals, but was absent in the corresponding Canonical versions.
7   In general, any lack of fidelity of the Films to the Canon lies in the assignment of additional characters
    to the story, and/or assigning an name and identity to an otherwise unnamed Canonical character.
8   I have noted some of these differences between the Film and the Canon in the "Deviations" field.




"BBC Radio Series" Notes:

    Reference:        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clive_Merrison

    In 1998 the BBC became the first production company ever to dramatise the entire Canon.
    Clive Merrison stars as Sherlock Holmes and Michael Williams as Dr. Joh Watson.
    What Jeremy Brett did for Holmes on the screen, Clive Merrison has done on the radio.

    Please email any corrections or questions to:        rwscull@yahoo.com
    Robert W. Scull




"Ronald Howard Series" Notes:

    Reference:        http://sherlockhoward.homestead.com/
    A mid 1950's Sherlock Holmes television series starring Ronald Howard as the great detective. The
    series was mostly pastiche, but there were a few canonically based stories. Howard played a good
    natured version of Sherlock Holmes, and his portrayal was much different than Jeremy Brett's.

    Please email any corrections or questions to:       2sebec@gmail.com
    Drew Daubenspeck




"BSI Investitures" Notes:

1   These data were taken from a list compiled by Peter E. Blau, and posted by Willis G. Frick
2   An asterisk preceding a name indicates that the BSI member is deceased.
3   If a user "opens" this Database from the hosting website, an "External Data" drop down box
    may appear. Simply click on the "X" in the upper right-hand corner of the box to close it. This
    event should not occur if a user "saves" the Database to their computer from the hosting website.
4   Thanks to William Cochran, BSI for his help with the 2006 Investitures
5   Thanks to Regina Stinson, BSI for her help with the 2009 Investitures


"Raw Chronologies" Notes:

1   These chronologies were obtained from the sources listed above, especially Brad Keefauver's
          website, Baring-Gould's "Annotated" works, and John McGowan's summary. They are listed
          in mm-dd-yyyy format, using a separate column for month, day and year, and headed with
          the author's initials:

                      BAK = Brad A. Keefauver                   (November 2001)
                      B-G = William S. Baring-Gould           (1967)
                      EBZ = Dr. Ernest Bloomfield Zeisler      (1953)
                      JFC = Professor Jay Finley Christ       (1947)


"Mod Chronologies" Notes:

1   The intent behind the creation of this database was to be able to filter and sort the contents via
           various chronologies proposed by senior Sherlockian authors. In order to accomplish this
           using Excel 97, a complete 4 digit number must appear for at least the year that the story
           occurred. In cases where an author did not provide a full date, (e.g. Zeisler's dates for YELL,
           LADY, and REDC in the "Raw Chronologies" worksheet), I have taken the liberty of using my
           best estimate for the year based on the other chronologies. These dates are coloured RED
           to alert the user that the date has been modified from its original "Raw" form.

2   These modified chronologies have been copied and pasted into the "Database" worksheet for use
          in this version.

3   Future versions of "Just the Facts" Canonical Database may have additional chronologies which the
          user can choose to copy and paste into the Database as desired.
4   Warning: the user must verify that both the "Mod Chronologies" and the "Database" worksheets are
          sorted in ascending "Doubleday Order" BEFORE any copying and pasting is done !!


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D       OX JFC    DD                                                                  First               mm year
                                                                              17,20                  14
#       # Abbr    Book (v.10.1 01-26-12)             Alternate Story Titles           Appearance          pub pub

                                                                                      Beeton's
                                                                                      Christmas
    1    1 STUD novel     Study in Scarlet                        --                  Annual               12 1887




    2    2 SIGN   novel   Sign of Four                  The Sign of the Four          Lippincott's          2 1890


    3    3 SCAN ADV       Scandal in Bohemia                      --                  Strand                7 1891




    4    5 REDH ADV       Red-Headed League                       --                  Strand                8 1891


    5    4 IDEN   ADV     Case of Identity                        --                  Strand                9 1891


    6    6 BOSC ADV       Boscombe Valley Mystery                 --                  Strand               10 1891




    7    7 FIVE   ADV     Five Orange Pips                        --                  Strand               11 1891



    8    8 TWIS ADV       Man with the Twisted Lip                --                  Strand               12 1891


    9    9 BLUE   ADV     Blue Carbuncle                          --                  Strand                1 1892




10 10 SPEC        ADV     Speckled Band                           --                  Strand                2 1892




11 11 ENGR ADV            Engineer's Thumb                        --                  Strand                3 1892



12 12 NOBL ADV            Noble Bachelor                          --                  Strand                4 1892


13 13 BERY ADV            Beryl Coronet                           --                  Strand                5 1892
14 14 COPP ADV     Copper Beeches                    --            Strand          6 1892


15 15 SILV   MEM   Silver Blaze                      --            Strand          12 1892
                                                                   Strand and
16 17 YELL   MEM   Yellow Face                       --            Harper's        2 1893

                                                                   Strand and
17 18 STOC MEM     Stockbroker's Clerk               --            Harper's        3 1893

                                                                   Strand and
18 19 GLOR MEM     Gloria Scott                      --            Harper's        4 1893

                                                                   Strand and
19 20 MUSG MEM     Musgrave Ritual                    --           Harper's        5 1893
                                         The Reigate Puzzle; The   Strand and
20 21 REIG   MEM   Reigate Squire        Reigate Squires           Harper's        6 1893
                                                                   Strand and
21 22 CROO MEM     Crooked Man                       --            Harper's        7 1893

                                                                   Strand and
22 23 RESI   MEM   Resident Patient                  --            Harper's        8 1893

                                                                   Strand and
23 24 GREE MEM     Greek Interpreter                 --            Harper's        9 1893

                                                                   Strand and
24 25 NAVA MEM     Naval Treaty                      --            Harper's        10 1893

                                                                   Strand and
25 26 FINA   MEM   Final Problem                     --            McClure's       12 1893

                                                                   Collier's and
26 28 EMPT RET     Empty House                       --            Strand          10 1903


                                                                   Collier's and
27 29 NORW RET     Norwood Builder                   --            Strand          11 1903

                                                                   Strand and
28 31 DANC RET     Dancing Men                       --            Collier's       12 1903
                                                                   Collier's and
29 30 SOLI   RET   Solitary Cyclist                  --            Strand          1 1904

                                                                   Collier's and
30 32 PRIO   RET   Priory School                     --            Strand          2 1904
                                             The Tragedy of Woodman's
                                             Lee; The Strange Death of Collier's and
31 33 BLAC   RET     Black Peter             Peter Carey               Strand            3 1904

                                                                         Collier's and
32 34 CHAS RET       Charles A. Milverton                 --             Strand          4 1904


                                             The Black Pearl of the      Collier's and
33 35 SIXN   RET     Six Napoleons           Borgias                     Strand          5 1904

                                                                         Strand and
34 36 3STU RET       Three Students                       --             Collier's       6 1904

                                             The Episode of Yoxley Old   Strand and
35 37 GOLD RET       Golden Pince-Nez        Place                       Collier's       7 1904


                                                                         Strand and
36 38 MISS   RET     Missing Three-Quarter                --             Collier's       8 1904
                                                                         Strand and
37 39 ABBE RET       Abbey Grange                         --             Collier's       9 1904

                                                                         Strand and
38 40 SECO RET       Second Stain                         --             Collier's       12 1904




39 27 HOUN novel     Hound of Baskervilles                --             Strand          8 1901




40 41 VALL   novel   Valley of Fear                       --             Strand          9 1914




                                                                         Collier's and
41 42 WIST BOW       Wisteria Lodge                       --             Strand          8 1908

                                                                         Strand and
42 16 CARD BOW       Cardboard Box                        --             Harper's        1 1893

                                             The Adventure of the
43 45 REDC BOW       Red Circle              Bloomsbury Lodger 21        Strand          3 1911
                                                                      Strand and
44 43 BRUC BOW     Bruce-Partington Plans               --            Collier's       12 1908
                                                                      Collier's and
45 47 DYIN   BOW   Dying Detective                      --            Strand          11 1913

                                                                      Strand and
46 46 LADY BOW     Lady Frances Carfax                  --            American        12 1911


47 44 DEVI   BOW   Devil's Foot             The Cornish Horror        Strand          12 1910


                                                                      Strand and
48 48 LAST   BOW   His Last Bow                         --            Collier's       9 1917

                                                                      Collier's and
49 54 ILLU   CSB   Illustrious Client                   --            Strand          11 1924

                                                                      Liberty and
50 56 BLAN CSB     Blanched Soldier                     --            Strand          10 1926
                                                                      Strand and
51 49 MAZA CSB     Mazarin Stone                        --            Hearst's        10 1921

                                                                      Liberty and
52 55 3GAB CSB     Three Gables                         --            Strand          9 1926

                                                                      Strand and
53 52 SUSS   CSB   Sussex Vampire                       --            Hearst's        1 1924

                                                                      Collier's and
54 53 3GAR CSB     Three Garridebs                      --            Strand          10 1924

                                                                      Strand and
55 50 THOR CSB     Thor Bridge                          --            Hearst's        2 1922
                                                                      Strand and
56 51 CREE CSB     Creeping Man                         --            Hearst's        3 1923
                                                                      Liberty and
57 57 LION   CSB   Lion's Mane                          --            Strand          11 1926
                                                                      Liberty and
58 59 VEIL   CSB   The Veiled Lodger        The Abbas Parva Tragedy   Strand          1 1927
                                                                      Liberty and
59 60 SHOS CSB     Shoscombe Old Place                  --            Strand          3 1927

                                                                      Liberty and
60 58 RETI   CSB   Retired Colourman                    --            Strand          12 1926
                        BA
                    BAK K     BAK     B-G B-G B-G     EBZ EBZ EBZ     JFC JFC JFC
Illustrated by 15   mm dd     year    mm dd year      mm dd year      mm dd year

Charles Augustus
Doyle and
G. Hutchinson 25      3      4 1884     3   4 1881      3    4 1881     3    4 1882




Herbert Denman
                      9      4 1888     9   18 1888     4   16 1888     9   25 1888
24




Sidney Paget (10)     3   20 1888       5   20 1887     3   22 1889     3   30 1889




Sidney Paget (10)    10   11 1890      10   29 1887    10   19 1889    10   18 1890


Sidney Paget (7)      4   16 1888      10   18 1887    10    9 1889     6   26 1889


Sidney Paget (10)     6      8 1889     6   8 1889      6   27 1890     6    7 1889




Sidney Paget (6)      9   16 1887       9   29 1887     9   24 1889     9   24 1889



Sidney Paget (10)     6   21 1889       6   21 1887     6   21 1889     6   19 1889


Sidney Paget (8)     12   27 1889      12   27 1887    12   27 1889    12   27 1890




Sidney Paget (9)      4      1 1883     4   6 1883      4    4 1883     4    4 1883




Sidney Paget (8)      6   30 1889       9   7 1889      9    8 1889     9    7 1889



Sidney Paget (8)     10      6 1887    10   8 1886     12    7 1888    10    9 1888


Sidney Paget (9)      2   26 1886      12   19 1890     2   19 1886     2   23 1883
Sidney Paget (9)    3    18 1890   4    5 1889    4     7 1890     4    19 1891


Sidney Paget (9)    10   25 1888   9    25 1890   7    12 1888     9     3 1891

Sidney Paget (7)    3    29 1884   4    7 1888    4    xx 1885 ?   4     7 1883


Sidney Paget (7)    6    1 1889    6    15 1889   6    15 1889     6    15 1889


Sidney Paget (7)    7    3 1880    7    12 1874   xx   xx 1876 ?   9    xx 1876 ?


Sidney Paget (6)    6    23 1881   10   2 1879    10    2 1879     6    24 1880

Sidney Paget (7)    4    26 1887   4    14 1887   4    25 1887     4    25 1887

Sidney Paget (7)    8    30 1887   9    11 1889   6    26 1889     8    28 1889


Sidney Paget (7)    10   2 1886    10   6 1886    10   29 1887     10   26 1882


Sidney Paget (8)    6    20 1888   9    12 1888   8    15 1888     8    29 1888


Sidney Paget (15)   7    29 1887   7    30 1889   7    29 1889     7    29 1889


Sidney Paget (9)    4    24 1891   4    24 1891   4    24 1891     4    14 1893

F.D. Steele (6)
Sidney Paget (7)    4    3 1894    4    5 1894    4     3 1894     4     2 1894


F.D. Steele (7)
Sidney Paget (7)    8    1 1894    8    20 1895   7     2 1894     8    xx 1894 ?

F.D. Steele (6)
Sidney Paget (7)    7    25 1898   7    27 1898   7    27 1898     7    27 1898
F.D. Steele (5)
Sidney Paget (7)    4    20 1895   4    13 1895   4    23 1898     3    23 1895

F.D. Steele (6)
Sidney Paget (9)    5    16 1901   5    16 1901   4    17 1900     5    16 1901
F.D. Steele (6)
Sidney Paget (7)     7    10 1895   7    3 1895    7    10 1895     7     3 1895

F.D. Steele (6)
Sidney Paget (7)     1    12 1891   1    5 1899    1     6 1886     2     4 1889


F.D. Steele (6)
Sidney Paget (7)     6    4 1902    6    8 1900    6    11 1900     8    29 1902

Sidney Paget (7)
F.D. Steele (9)      5    6 1895    4    5 1895    3    27 1895     4    18 1895

Sidney Paget (8)
F.D. Steele (6)      11   23 1894   11   14 1894   10   27 1894     11   14 1894


Sidney Paget (7)
F.D. Steele (6)      2    6 1897    12   8 1896    12    8 1896     12    7 1897
Sidney Paget (8)
F.D. Steele (6)      2    15 1897   1    23 1897   1    xx 1897 ?   1    22 1897

Sidney Paget (8)
F.D. Steele (6)      7    19 1887   10   12 1886   7    xx 1889 ?   7    15 1889




Sidney Paget (60)    10   1 1889    9    25 1888   9    25 1900     9    28 1897




Frank Wiles (31)     1    7 1888    1    7 1888    1     7 1888     1     7 1889




F.D. Steele (6)
Arthur Twidle (10)   3    24 1892   3    24 1890   3     6 1902     3    21 1892


Sidney Paget (8)     8    30 1889   8    31 1889   8    10 1888     8    14 1891

H.M. Brock (3)
Jos. Simpson (1)     1    6 1885    9    24 1902   xx   xx 1895 ?   1    xx 1893 ?
Arthur Twidle (6)
F.D. Steele (5)     11   21 1895   11   21 1895     11   21 1895     11   18 1895
F.D. Steele (3)
Walter Paget (4)    11   8 1903    11   19 1887     11   29 1890     11   30 1890

Alec Ball (5)
F.D. Steele (5)     7    26 1902   7    1 1902      8    xx 1901 ?   9     2 1903


G. Halliday (8)     3    16 1897   3    16 1897     4    17 1897     3    16 1897


A. Gilbert (3)
F.D. Steele (5)     8    2 1914    8    2 1914      8     2 1914     8     2 1914

J.R. Flanagan(4)
H.K. Elcock (8)     9    3 1902    9    3 1902      9    13 1902     9     3 1902

F.D. Steele (5)
H.K. Elcock (5)     1    21 1903   1    7 1903      1     7 1903     1     7 1903
A. Gilbert (3)
F.D. Steele (4)     6    1 1894     7   xx 1903 ?   xx   xx 1903 ?   xx   xx 1904 ?

F.D. Steele (6)
H.K. Elcock (4)     3    15 1893   5    26 1903     6    xx 1896 ?   9    14 1902

H.K. Elcock (4)
W.T. Benda (4)      11   19 1901   11   19 1896     11   19 1901     11   20 1896

J.R. Flanagan (3)
H.K. Elcock (5)     6    19 1902   6    26 1902     6    26 1902     6    26 1902

A. Gilbert (7)
G.P. Nelson (3)     10   4 1900    10   4 1900      10    4 1901     10    4 1901
H.K. Elcock (5)
F.D. Steele (6)     9    6 1903    9    6 1903      9     6 1903     9     6 1903
F.D. Steele (7)
H.K. Elcock (3)     7    30 1907   7    27 1909     7    27 1909     6    25 1907
F.D. Steele (4)
Frank Wiles (3)     9    22 1896   10   xx 1896 ?   10   xx 1896 ?   xx   xx 1890 ?
F.D. Steele (7)
Frank Wiles (5)     5    26 1903   5    6 1902      5     6 1902     5     9 1883

F.D. Steele (4)
Frank Wiles (5)     8    20 1898   7    28 1898     xx   xx 1898 ?   xx   xx 1898 ?
Watson Client                 Referred by            Reward or Fee Crime




home   police                      --                   --          murder




home   Mary Morstan           Mrs. Cecil Forrester      --          murder

                                                     £1000 + gold
away   King of Bohemia             --                snuffbox       blackmail




away   Jabez Wilson                --                expenses       attempted robbery


away   Mary Sutherland        Mrs. Etherege             --          theft by deception


away   Alice Turner           Lestrade                  --          blackmail & murder




away   John Openshaw          Major Prendergast         --          murder



away   Mrs. St. Clair              --                   --          suspicion of murder


away   Peterson                    --                £1000          theft


                                                                    murder &
home   Helen Stoner           Mrs. Farintosh         expenses       attempted murder


                                                                    murder and counterfeiting
away   Mr. Victor Hatherley   Dr. Watson                --          & attempted murder

       Lord Robert St.
home   Simon                  Lord Backwater            --          suspicion of abduction

                              unnamed police
home   Alexander Holder       inspector              £1000          theft
home   Violet Hunter              --              --   abduction

       Colonel Ross, owner                             fraud &
home   of Silver Blaze            --              --   suspicion of murder

home   Grant Munro                --              --   suspicion of blackmail


away   Hall Pycroft               --              --   robbery & murder


na     Victor Trevor              --              --   blackmail

                                                       attempted burglary &
na     Reginald Musgrave          --              --   murder
                                                       attempted blackmail &
home   police                     --              --   murder

away   Major Murphy               --              --   suspicion of murder

                             Mr. Blessington
home   Dr. Percy Trevelyan   (aka Sutton)         --   murder
                                                       abduction and murder &
                                                       abduction and attempted
home   Mr. Melas             Mycroft Holmes       --   murder & abduction


away   Percy Phelps               --              --   theft

                                                       organized crime,
away   police                     --              --   attempted murder

                                                       murder &
away   police                     --              --   attempted murder


       John Hector                                     suspicion of murder and
home   McFarlane                  --              --   arson; fraud


home   Hilton Cubitt              --              --   murder

home   Violet Smith               --              --   abduction and assault

       Thorneycroft
home   Huxtable, Ph.D.            --           £6000   abduction & murder
home   police                       --              --   murder


home   Lady Eva Blackwell           --              --   blackmail & murder




home   police                       --              --   theft & murder


home   Hilton Soames                --              --   theft



home   police                       --              --   murder




home   Cyril Overton           Stanley Hopkins      --   suspicion of abduction

home   police                       --              --   murder

       Lord Bellinger and
home   Trelawney Hope               --              --   blackmail & murder


       James Mortimer and                                murder &
home   Sir Henry Baskerville        --              --   attempted murder




                                                         murder &
home   police                       --              --   attempted murder




home   John Scott Eccles            --              --   murder


home   Susan Cushing                --              --   murder


home   Mrs. Warren             Mr. Fairdale Hobbs   --   organized crime & murder
       Mycroft Holmes and
home   Prime Minister             --               emerald pin   murder & treason
                                                                 murder &
away   police                     --                   --        attempted murder

                                                                 abduction and
home   Miss Susan Dobney          --               undisclosed   attempted murder

       Vicar Roundhay and
home   Mortimer Tregennis         --                   --        murder


       Premier and Foreign
away   Minister                   --               £500          espionage

                                                                 murder &
away   undisclosed           Sir James Damery      undisclosed   attempted murder


away   James M. Dodd              --                   --        suspicion of abduction
       Lord Cantlemere,
away   PM, Home Secretary         --                   --        theft

                                                                 attempted blackmail &
away   Mary Maberley         Mortimer Maberley         --        attempted murder

                             Morrison, Morrison,
home   Robert Ferguson       and Dodd                  --        attempted murder



home   Nathan Garrideb            --                   --        attempted murder


home   J. Neil Gibson             --                   --        suspicion of murder
                                                                 unethical pharmaceutical
away   Trevor Bennett             --                   --        experimentation

none   police                     --                   --        suspicion of murder

away   Eugenia Ronder        Mrs. Merrilow             --        murder

home   John Mason                 --                   --        suspicion of murder


home   Josiah Amberley       Scotland Yard             --        murder
Weapon Used         Victim                 Suspect                  Villain


                    Enoch J. Drebber &
poison & stabbing   Joseph Stangerson      Lt. Arthur Charpentier Jefferson Hope




                                           Thaddeus Sholto and
poison              Bartholomew Sholto     Bart Sholto's servants   Tonga & Jonathan Small


         --         King of Bohemia           --                    Irene Adler


                    City and Suburban                               John Clay,aka Spaulding
         --         Bank (Coburg branch)      --                    and Archie, aka Ross


         --         Mary Sutherland           --                    James Windibank

                    John Turner &                                   Charles McCarthy &
bludgeoning         Charles McCarthy       James McCarthy           John Turner


                    Elias, Joseph, and                              Cap. James Calhoun and
faux accident       John Openshaw             --                    2 unnamed accomplices



         --         Neville St. Clair      "Hugh Boone"             none

                                                                    James Ryder and
         --         Countess of Morcar     John Horner              Catherine Cusack


                    Julia Stoner &
poison              Helen Stoner              --                    Dr Grimesby Roylott


                   Jeremiah Hayling &                               Colonel Lysander Stark
unknown & stabbing Victor Hatherley           --                    and Dr. Becher



         --         Hatty Doran            Flora Millar             none

                                                                    Sir George Burnwell and
         --         Alexander Holder       Arthur Holder            Mary Holder
         --     Alice Rucastle              --                  Jephro Rucastle
                Colonel Ross &
                John Straker, alias                             John Straker, alias
         --     William Derbyshire        Fitzroy Simpson       William Derbyshire

         --     Effie Munro               John Hebron           none

                Mawson's stock firm &                           Beddington brothers,
bludgeoning     unnamed watchman            --                  alias Pinner brothers

                Trevor, Sr. (formerly
         --     James Armitage)             --                  Hudson

                Reginald Musgrave &                             Richard Brunton &
faux accident   Richard Brunton             --                  Rachel Howells
                Cunningham and son                              William Kirwan &
gunshot         & William Kirwan            --                  Cunningham and son

         --     Col. James Barclay        Nancy Barclay         none

                Mr. Blessington                                 Biddle, Hayward, and
hanging         (aka Sutton)                --                  Moffat
                Paul Kratides &
                Mr. Melas &                                     Harold Latimer and
poison          Sophy Kratides              --                  Wilson Kemp


         --     government                Mrs. Tangey           Joseph Harrison


bludgeoning     Sherlock Holmes             --                  Professor Moriarty

                Ronald Adair &
gunshot         Sherlock Holmes             --                  Col. Sebastian Moran


                Jonas Oldacre's
         --     creditors                 John Hector McFarlane Jonas Oldacre


gunshot         Hilton and Elsie Cubitt     --                  Abe Slaney
                                                                Williamson, Woodley,
         --     Violet Smith                --                  and Carruthers

                Lord Saltire &                                  James Wilder &
bludgeoning     Heidegger                 the gipsies           Rueben Hayes
stabbing          Peter Carey               John Hopley Neligan   Patrick Cairns

                  high society &                                  Charles Milverton &
gunshot           Charles Milverton           --                  undisclosed vigilante


                  Prince of Colonna &
stabbing          Pietro Venucci              --                  Beppo


      --          College of St. Luke's       --                  Gilchrist



stabbing          Willoughby Smith            --                  Professor Coram/Anna




      --          Godfrey Staunton            --                  none
                  Sir Eustace
bludgeoning       Brackenstall              Randall gang          Jack Crocker

                  Lady Hilda Hope &         Eduardo Lucas &         Eduardo Lucas &
stabbing          Eduardo Lucas             John Mitton (his valet) Mme. Henri Fournaye


                  Sir Charles Baskerville
faux accident     & Sir Henry Baskerville     --                  Jack Stapleton




                  Birdy Edwards, alias                            Moriarty organization &
faux accident &   John McMurdo, alias       Cecil James Barker    Ted Baldwin, alias
gunshot           John Douglas              and Ivy Douglas       Hargrave




                                                                  Don Juan Murillo, alias
bludgeoning       Aloysius Garcia             --                  Mr. Henderson

                  Alec Fairbairn and
bludgeoning       Mary Browner                --                  Jim Browner

                  Gennaro Lucca &
stabbing          Black Gorgiano            Gennaro Lucca         Black Gorgiano
                  Arthur Cadogan West    unknown & Arthur        Hugo Oberstein &
bludgeoning       & government           Cadogan West            Col. Valentine Walter
                  Victor Savage &
poison            Sherlock Holmes          --                    Culverton Smith

                                                                 Henry Peters and
poison            Lady Frances Carfax      --                    Ann Fraser

                  Brenda Tregennis &                             Mortimer Tregennis &
poison            Mortimer Tregennis       --                    Dr. Leon Sterndale




         --       government               --                    Von Bork

faux accident &   Gruner's last wife &
bludgeoning       Sherlock Holmes          --                    Baron Adelbert Gruner


         --       Godfrey Emsworth         --                    none
                                                                 Count Negretto Slyvius
         --       government               --                    and Sam Merton

                  Isadora Klein &        Barney Stockdale and    Douglas Maberley &
bludgeoning       Douglas Maberley       Steve Dixie             Isadora Klein


poison            infant son             Mrs. Ferguson           Jacky Ferguson

                                                                 James Winter,alias Killer
gunshot           Sherlock Holmes          --                    Evans,aka John Garrideb


gunshot           Maria Pinto Gibson     Grace Dunbar            Maria Pinto Gibson

         --       Professor Presbury       --                    H. Lowenstein

         --       Fitzroy McPherson      Ian Murdoch            none
                                         Sahara King (the lion Eugenia Ronder and
bludgeoning       Mr. Ronder             that attacked Eugenia) Leonardo

         --       Lady Beatrice Falder   Sir Robert Norbertson   none

                  Mrs. Amberley and
poison            Dr. Ray Ernest           --                    Josiah Amberley
Result                    Address of Mystery


Villain arrested, then died
in jail                     * 3 Lauriston Gardens




Villain died &
Villain arrested          * Pondicherry Lodge


Villain escaped           * Briony Lodge in Serpentine Ave




Villain arrested          * Saxe-Coburg Square


Villain escaped           221B Baker St

Villain died &
SH intervened             * Hatherley Farm in Boscombe Valley


Villain escaped,
presumed dead                 --



SH intervened             * Upper Swandam Lane


SH intervened             * Hotel Cosmopolitan




Villain died              * Stoke Moran




Villain escaped           * Eyford



SH intervened             Lancaster Gate


Villain escaped           * Fairbank
SH intervened        * Copper Beeches


Villain died         * King's Pyland

SH intervened           --


Villain arrested     126B Corporation St

Villain escaped,
presumed dead           --

Villain   died &
Villain   escaped    * Hurlstone
Villain   died &
Villain   arrested      --

SH intervened        * Lachine

Villain escaped,
presumed dead        403 Brook Street

Villain escaped,
presumed dead        * The Myrtles


Villain escaped      * Briarbrae


Villain died         Reichenbach Falls


Villain arrested     * Camden House (across from 221B)




Villain arrested     * Deep Dene House


Villain arrested     * Riding Thorpe Manor

Villain arrested     * Charlington Hall

SH intervened &
Villain arrested     * Holdernesse Hall
Villain arrested    * Woodman's Lee

Villain died &
SH intervened       * Appledore Towers




Villain arrested    * 131 Pitt Street, Kensington


Villain resigned    * College of St. Luke's
                    * Yoxley Old Place, a house located
                    somewhere along the London to
Villain died        Chatham Road




SH intervened       Trumpington, Cambridgeshire

SH intervened       * Abbey Grange in * Marsham, Kent

SH intervened &
Villain arrested    * 16 Godolphin Street




Villain died        * Baskerville Hall




Villain escaped &
Villain died        * Birlstone Manor House




Villain died        * Wisteria Lodge


Villain arrested    Cross Street


Villain died        Great Ormond & * Howe Sts.
Villain arrested & Villain
arrested, then died in jail *13 Caulfield Gardens

Villain arrested          *13 Lower Burke St; 221B Baker St


Villain escaped           * 36 Poultney Square

Villain died &
SH intervened             * Tredannick Wartha




Villain arrested              --


Villain disfigured        * Vernon Lodge


SH intervened             * Tuxbury Old Park

Villain arrested          221B Baker St

Villain died &
SH intervened             * The Three Gables


SH intervened             * Cheeseman's



Villain arrested          * 136 Little Ryder St


Villain died              * Thor Place

SH intervened             * Camford University

SH intervened                 --
                          *Abbas Parva, a fictional small village
SH intervened             in Berkshire

SH intervened             * Shoscombe Old Place


Villain arrested          * The Haven
                                                                                             Rand McNally
Location and/or Route of Travel from 221B Baker Street                                       map location


Brixton, approx 0.5mi SE of the Oval 1; * Kennington Park Gate (assume 1mi); Baker St;
Duncan St; Baker St; police station (assume Scotland Yard); Baker St.                        95,H4; 96-97




Brixton;U.Norwood;L.Camberwell;Lambeth;Baker St;Westminster;Barking Level;Baker St.          94-97


St Johns Wood, London                                                                        p.96


near Aldersgate Street Station and St. Bartholomew's Hospital; add one round trip to
Scotland Yard by SH (3.8mi) = 15.4 miles total                                               96-97


West End                                                                                     p.96

Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire; (train from Paddington thru Reading, Swindon [20,C37;B5,18],
Stroud [20,A34;L3,17], Ross-on-Wye, Hereford [28,E31;F8,24] then return same route)      29,F32


Lloyd's Register near Fenchurch & Leadenhall Streets, London (misc. note: John Openshaw
was murdered near the Waterloo Bridge)                                                       96-97

Postulated: Baker St; Lee; Swandam Lane; Lee; Bow St. police station; Baker St.= 33.7mi      96-97; 95,H7;
(Assume at least 1 additional 20mi round trip to Lee by SH before Watson's appearance) 6     94,F4


* Alpha Inn (Bloomsbury section of London, around Museum) and Covent Garden                  96-97


western Surrey 5mi from Leatherhead; (18.2 mi train from Waterloo + 5 mi; 5mi back; 20mi
to Harrow; 9.9mi back to Baker St; plus 3.9 mi rd trip walk to Doctors' Commons)         22,F47




Berkshire, 7mi from Reading (assume northwest of Reading, around Goring)                     21,C42?



Baker St; Northumberland Ave; Gordon Square; Baker St.                                       96-97


Streatham (2 x 7mi rd trips plus est. side trips to Burnwell's, fence, and prison of 20mi)   95,J3
" 5 miles on the far side of Winchester, Hampshire"; (68mi train + 5mi dog-cart each way)   11,A40

Tavistock, Dartmoor in Devonshire; (postulate train from Paddington thru Reading and
Exeter) plus a 136 mi round trip to Winchester for the race                                 4,C20

Norbury (below Streatham)                                                                   95,K4


Birmingham                                                                                  102-103


* Donnithorpe, Norfolk 8 (use distance to "The Broads" east of Norwich)                     45,D59?


somewhere in West Sussex (use distance to Petworth)                                         12,B45?

Reigate, Surrey                                                                             23,F48

Aldershot, Hampshire                                                                        22,F44


located off Grosvenor Square in Mayfair section of London                                   p.96


Beckenham, Kent                                                                             95,K6 & 96-97


Woking, Surrey                                                                              22,F46

Victoria Station; Canterbury; Newhaven; Dieppe,France; Brussels; Luxembourg; Strasbourg;
Basel; Geneva; Leuk; Gemmi Pass; Interlaken; Meiringen; Reichenbach Falls                       NA

Baker St; Church & Kensington Sts; Cavendish Square; Manchester St; Blandford St; Baker
St;     (misc note: Ronald Adair was murdered at 427 Park Lane)                             p.96




Lower Norwood, plus a 13mi round trip to Blackheath                                         95,J4; 95,H7


North Walsham, Norfolk                                                                      45,B58

Farnham, Surrey                                                                             22,G44


* Mackleton,* Hallamshire (assume distance to Matlock4,5 plus 10mi trek across the Moor)    50,F38?
Forest Row, Sussex                                                                          13,A50


Hampstead, London (undisclosed number of round trips in plumber disguise, assume 5)         94,E2

Baker St; *Pitt Street in Kensington; High Street in Kensington; the Kennington Road in
Kennington; *Church St in Stepney; High Street in Kensington; Baker St; Chiswick; police    93,94,95; see
station (assume Bow Street); Baker St (averaged three different measurements) 16            also pp 96-97


could be either Oxford or Cambridge Universities? Estimated distance is the same for either. 21,A40 or 33,C50

Baker St; Charing Cross station; Kent, "seven miles from Chatham and three from the
railway line"; Charing Cross Station; Russian Embassy; Baker St                             24,F54?




55 mi to Cambridge plus an estimated 20 additional mi in surrounding countryside            33,B50:C50

assume 2 mi from Chislehurst Station plus 12 mi extra travel to Sydenham/Scotland Yard      95,K8


south of Westminster Abbey; also Whitehall                                                  96-97




somewhere in Dartmoor, Devonshire                                                           5,B22?




* Birlstone, northern Sussex, (11 miles west of Tunbridge Wells)                            13,A50?




between Esher & Oxshott, Surrey (SH makes one rd trip by himself to go to Museum)           22,E47


Croydon, Surrey + 2 mi rd trip to Wallington                                                23,E49; 95,L12


London, a few blocks east of British Museum                                                 96-97
1 rd trip to Woolwich(20mi) + 2 rd trips to Gloucester Rd Station (12mi)                      23,D50, 95,G2
West End; Watson makes 1 rd trip to Villain's house "between Notting Hill and Kensington"
(assume distance to Holland Park Roundabout)                                                  95,G1; 96

Brixton; (assume Baker St; Dieppe, Fr; Lausanne, Switz; Baden, Ger; Montpellier, Fr; Baker
St to Scotland Yard and back; Brixton; S. Yard; Baker St; Brixton; Baker St.)                    NA


Poldhu Bay, Cornwall                                                                          2,F12




Chicago; Buffalo; Harwich; London                                                                NA


Kingston; plus a rd trip to 104 Berkeley Square (2mi)                                         93,K7:L7 & p.96


5 mi from Bedford, in Bedfordshire                                                            32,D46

West End; Watson makes 1 rd trip to Scotland Yard                                             96-97


Harrow Weald, plus side trips to St. James Street Grosvenor Square                            92,C6


* Lamberley, Sussex; (train left from Victoria; assume distance from Horsham plus 5 miles)    12,A47

2 round trips to Seymour & Connaught Sts (2.4mi), plus 1 rd trip to Scotland Yard (3.8mi);
(assume * Little Ryder St is off Edgware Road in Tyburnia)                                    96-97

* Thor Bridge, Hampshire (use same distance estimated in COPP; assume within 5 mi of
Winchester)                                                                                   11,B40?
Could be either Oxford or Cambridge Universities 11 , but Oxford is more likely3; uncertain
whether they stayed overnight at the Chequers on their second visit, but assume they did.     21,A40 or 33,C50
SH lives in a villa in South Downs near * Fulworth, Sussex (assume between Newhaven and
Eastborne)                                                                                    13, E51?

Mrs. Merrilow's house in South Brixton                                                        95,H4

                                                                                         9
* Shoscombe, somewhere in Berkshire (assume distance to Newbury, a horse race track)          21,E40


Lewisham, plus Watson's 140mi rd trip to * Little Purlington, near Frinton in Essex           95,H6; 35,G58
                 Estimated       Mode of transportation Est.
                  one-way rnd used by Holmes and        Total
A-Z map location   miles   trips Watson during case     miles Accommodations Inspector




B6,20 & 86         19.3    na hansom, foot, 4-wheeler      19.3         --             Gregson, Lestrade




                              4-wheeler, foot, wherry,
82,86,98-99        103     na hansom,steam launch          103          --             Athelney Jones


p.98                1.4     3   foot, cab                   8.4         --             none

                                                                                       Peter Jones
                                                                                       (presumably
98-99               2.9     2   Underground, hansom        15.4         --             Athelney Jones)


p.98                0       1   none                        0           --             none

                                                                 Hereford Arms,    1
1J,17             128.3     1   train, cab, foot           256.6 night                 Lestrade




98-99               3.5     1   cab?                        7           --             unnamed

                                                                The Cedars 7
98-99; Lee p.86    55.7    na hansom, trap                 55.7 (client's house)       Bradstreet


98-99               2       1   foot, 4-wheeler             4           --             Bradstreet




8M,19              62.1    na foot, cab, train, dog-cart   62.1 Crown Inn, 1 night none




G5,19?              45      1   train, hansom               90          --             Bradstreet



98-99               2.2     1   cab?                        4.4         --             Lestrade


6A,20 & 86          48     na train, foot                   48          --             none
3E,10        73     1   train, dog-cart             146         --          none


G2,5         199    1   train, landau, foot, drag   534    none needed      Gregory

6A,20 & 86    8     1   train, foot                  16         --          none


3M,25 & 92   112    1   4-wheeler, train            224         --          none


K6,37?       120    2   train, dog-cart             480         --          none


3K,11?       44     1   train, dog-cart              88          --         none
                                                         Col. Hayter's
8A,20        19.4   1   train?                      38.7 house, 2 nights    Forrester

8J,19        35     2   train?                      140         --          none


p.98         0.6    2   brougham, foot              2.4         --          Lanner


7B,20 & 86   11     1   4-wheeler, train, foot       22         --          Gregson


8L,19        23     3   train, hansom, foot         138         --          Forbes

                        hansom, brougham,                Englischer Hof,
   NA        772    1   train, ship, foot           1544 1 night and others Patterson


p.98          5     na hansom, foot                  5          --          Lestrade




B7,20 & 86    7     2   train?, cab?                 41         --          Lestrade


4J,37        133    1   train + 7mi carriage        266         --          Martin

1J,11        42     3   train + 6mi cab             252         --          none

                                                        Priory School,
K3,33?       160    1   4-wheeler, train, foot      320 2 nights            none
                                                         Brambletye Hotel,
C4,12              28     1   4-wheeler, train      56   1 night           Stanley Hopkins


5A,20, 81          3.3    6? hansom, foot           40           --           Lestrade


81,82,85,86; see
also pp 98-99      37.7   na 4-wheeler, foot        34          --          Lestrade, Hill
                                                        undisclosed
                                                        furnished lodgings,
E3,18 or B6,28     55     1   train, cab            110 "some weeks"        none



G8,21?             40     1   train, trap           80           --           Stanley Hopkins


                                                        unnamed inn,
A5:A6,28           55     1   cab, train, bicycle   130 2 nights              none

C7,20 & 86         15     1   cab, train            42           --           Stanley Hopkins


98-99               2     2   foot, cab?             8           --           Lestrade

                                                        Baskerville Hall
                                                        and unnamed inn
H1,5?              187    1   train, cab, foot      374 at Coombe Tracy       Lestrade




                                                         Westville Arms,
C4,12?             28     1   train, cab, foot      56   2 nights ?           Alec MacDonald




7M,19              16     2   train?, cab?, foot    64   The Bull, 5 nights   Gregson, Baynes


7B,20              12     1   train, foot, cab      26           --           Lestrade


98-99               2     2   foot                   8           --           Gregson
C6,20 & 86,98       32     na Underground, cab, foot     32          --       Lestrade

81 & 98             2.8    1   cab                      5.6          --       Morton

                                                             Hotel National
    NA              1628   na hansom,train,ship, foot   1628 and others       Lestrade

                                                            Poldhu Cottage,
D8,3                300    1   train?, dog-cart, foot   600 several nights    unnamed




    NA              4500   1   assume all available     9000         --       none


p.85 & p.98         10     2   hansom, cab               42          --       unnamed


7J,27               53     1   train, cab               106          --       none

98-99               1.9    1   cab                      3.8          --       Youghal


4M,19 & 81          10.5   2   train, cab                43          --       unnamed


A4,12               39     1   train, cab                78    Chequers Inn   none



98-99               6.2    na foot?, cab?               6.2          --       Lestrade

                                                            unnamed inn,
3E,10?              73     1   train, foot, trap        146 2 nights          Sgt. Coventry
                                                            The Chequers,
E3,18 or B6,28      55     2   train, hansom, foot      220 2 nights          none

8E,12?               1     1   foot                      2           --       Bardle

B6,20 & 86           5     1   hansom                    10         --        Edmunds
                                                            The Green Dragon,
E7,18               54     1   train, cab               108 2 nights          none

                                                            The Railway Arms,
B6,20 & 86; L2,21    8     3   train, cab               188 1 night           MacKinnon
Communication
Used          Disguise Used Doctor Watson Notes


                                   Watson discharged from Army due to wounded
letter, telegram     --            shoulder; on pension of 11.5 shillings/day




                                   Watson stated that his wounded LEG hurt; he
telegram           old sailor      met and fell in love with Mary Morstan

                   groom,          Watson had married Mary Morstan and was
letter             clergyman       back in practice, in his own lodgings




   --                --            Watson's practice slow; lived in Kensington

                                   Watson had not seen SH "for some weeks";
letter               --            mentioned SCAN, SIGN, and STUD

                                   Watson married to Mary Morstan; Anstruther
wire, note           --            covered his practice while he helped SH

                                   Watson visited while his (pre-Morstan?) wife
                                   was away visiting her mother; "equinoctial
wire                 --            gales had set in" month of September

                                   Watson's wife's friend needed help; "Bar of
   --              old drug addict Gold" opium den opening scene


letter               --            Watson was back in medical practice


                                   Watson: "in the early days"; "I was regular in
   --                --            my habits"; SH was "a late riser as a rule"


                                   Watson: "not long after my marriage"; had left
   --                --            Baker Street and was back in practice again

                                   Watson: "few weeks before my own marriage"
letter               --            Jezail bullet in "one of his limbs" bothered him.

                   ill-dressed     Compare the Client's entrance in this story to
   --              vagabond        that of PRIO!
                                    Watson argued with SH about his writing style,
letter, telegram     --             Mentioned BLUE; shot dog to death at end

                                    Watson was more observant and helpful than
telegram             --             usual in this case
                                    Watson' s very long lead-in described Mr.
telegram             --             Holmes's occasional failure vs his successes.

                                    Watson had not seen SH for three months and
   --                --             was busy setting up practice in Paddington.

                                    Before Watson's time; story delivered in the
telegram             --             form of a monologue from Mr. Holmes

                                    Watson described Holmes's untidiness; patriotic
   --                --             "VR" in the wall made with bullet holes, etc.
                                    Tried to get SH to rest after illness (same as in
telegram             --             DEVI); Called himself an ass in this case.
                   registration     Jackson covered Watson's practice while he
   --              agent            helped SH

                                    Watson's "brown study" like CARD; was a close,
note                 --             rainy day in October

                                    Watson had suspected that SH was an orphan
telegram             --             until this case. Mycroft first introduced

                                    Watson: July immediately after his marriage;
letter, telegram     --             mentioned SECO; practice was slow
                                    Said he had only recorded 3 cases for the year
                   a venerable      1890, and had never heard of Professor
telegram, note     Italian priest   Moriarty before. His wife was away visiting
                                    Watson was living in Kensington (assume
                                    around Church & Kensington High Sts.) and
   --              bookseller       published this case ten years after it occurred


                                    Watson returned to rooms in Baker St as a
telegram             --             widower; sold his practice in Kensington

                                    Watson belonged to a club, but never played
telegram, note       --             billiards except with his friend Thurston
                                    Watson mentioned SH had hundreds of private
letter               --             cases in 8 years

                                    Compare the Client's entrance in this story to
note, telegrams      --             that of BERY . . .
                   ships captain,   Watson mentioned that SH used at least five
telegram, letter   named "Basil"    small refuges in London for his disguises

                   plumber,       Watson concealed date, etc. so no one could
  --               named "Escott" "trace the actual occurrence"


                                    Watson: "There are no limits to the possibilities
telegram, letter     --             of monomania."
                                    Watson disguised the name of the university,
                                    and the identities of the people involved in this
  --                 --             case, in order to avoid any scandal.

                                    Watson studying a recent treatise on surgery;
  --                 --             "wild tempestuous night" in late November


                                    Watson feared SH would go back to using
telegram, note       --             drugs because he had no cases to work on.
                                    Watson challenged SH to write up some of their
telegram, letter     --             cases himself after SH criticized him
                                    Watson disguised details of this case and
                                    published it after SH retired. He alluded to
note                 --             hundreds of other unpublished cases

                                    Watson's most active case in the Canon;
                                    regarding Selden: "Evil indeed is the man who
  --                 --             has not one woman to mourn him."

                                    Watson regarding MacDonald: "Mediocrity
                                    knows nothing higher than itself; but talent
                                    instantly recognizes genius . . ." Watson
                                    claimed to have some knowledge of Professor
                                    Moriarty in this case, but he somehow did not
  --                 --             know of him in FINA.




telegram             --             Watson's writing style was rebuked by SH

                                    Watson's "brown study" like RESI; was a
note, wire           --             blazing hot day in August

                                    Watson said that Holmes "had an almost
  --                 --             hypnotic power of soothing when he wished"
                                   Watson mentioned GREE; Mycroft Holmes
telegram              --           described in much greater detail in this case

   --               dying man      Watson was in 2nd year of his marriage

                    French         "I don't admit that a fresh illustration is an
cable               workman        explanation."

                                   Watson tried to get SH to rest after illness as in
telegram, note        --           REIG; he saved SH's life as well as his own


                                   Written in 3rd person; Watson drove a Ford
telegram            Irish-American automobile
                                   Watson was living in Queen Anne St a the time,
                                   and considered this case to be "in some ways,
letter, telephone      --          the supreme moment" of SH's career


   --                --            Watson had remarried, according to SH
                    workman, old   Written in 3rd person; EMPT was "before Billy's
note                woman          time"


letter, telegram      --           Watson "had not seen Holmes for some days"

                                   Watson had met client while playing rugby for
letter, telegram      --           Blackheath in his youth



telephone, note       --           Watson suffered gunshot wound from Evans

                                   Watson' s very long lead-in mentioned
letter                --           occasional cases without an explanation
                                   Watson's practice was "not inconsiderable" at
telegram, note        --           the time of this case
                                   Case occurred after Sherlock Holmes retired;
   --                 --           Watson visited him occasionally on weekends
                                   Watson changed the name and location in the
letter                --           interests of discretion
                                   Watson admitted to an interest in betting on
note                fisherman      horse racing.

telephone, note,                   Watson was alternately criticized and praised
telegram              --           for his efforts by Mr. Holmes
Sherlock Holmes Notes                                   Example of his Powers of Deduction


SH met Watson at St. Bart's hospital lab where SH       SH deduced that Watson had been in Afghanistan
was developing a new blood assay.                       based upon his appearance.




                                                        SH deduced the circumstances surrounding Watson's
First use of a dog to follow trail;                     older brother based upon examination of his watch.

SH considered this case a failure and did not consider SH deduced Watson's practice was busy, that he had
it to be a crime; Noted 17 steps to their sitting room a walk in the country, and his servant was careless.


SH referred to IDEN, so this case must have occurred SH deduced Wilson's background by examination of
after that one.                                      his hands, clothing, breast-pin, watchchain, and tattoo
                                                     Deduced Mary was nearsighted typist due to her
                                                     nose, sleeve, ink-stained glove, and mismatched
SH did not consider this case to be a crime          boots.

SH mentioned his monograph on the study of various SH deduced Watson's window was on the right side of
tobacco ashes.                                     his bedroom due to the way he shaved.


SH considered this case a failure; "I was beaten four   SH realized Openshaw travelled from Horsham due to
times - three times by men, and once by a woman."       the distinctive clay and chalk mixture on his shoes.

                                                        Noted difference in appearance of writing on envelope
SH did not consider this case to be a crime             versus note inside it written by missing man.

                                                        SH deduced the circumstances surrounding Henry
SH referred to SCAN, IDEN, TWIS in this case            Baker's life based upon an examination of his hat.


                                                        SH deduced client had come by dogcart and by train,
SH strong enough to straighten a bent steel poker.      based upon her appearance.

                                                        Deduced that Hatherley was not driven as far as he
SH did not actually do anything to solve this case;     was led to believe, based upon the description of the
reportedly smoked "plugs and dottles"                   single horse as "fresh and glossy"
                                                        Noticed Lord Robert St. Simon's note was written with
                                                        a quill pen, and that he had gotten a smear of ink on
SH did not consider this case to be a crime             the outside of his right little finger.

SH considered this case to be extremely complex,        Accurately deduced chain of events in this case based
even though it appeared very simple to others           upon detailed analysis of footprints in the snow.
SH mentioned SCAN, IDEN, TWIS, NOBL in order              SH had surmised the solution to this case even before
(said no crimes committed)                                he had arrived at the scene of the mystery

SH admitted he blundered more than anyone who             Accurately calculated the speed of their train based
read Watson's memoirs would think                         upon the rate at which it passed telegraph poles. 10
SH considered this case a failure; asked Watson to        SH deduced many of the facts about Grant Munro
remind him of it to keep himself humble                   based only upon an examination of his pipe.

In referring to her, SH definitely identified Watson's    SH deduced Watson had a summer cold based upon
wife as Mary Morstan (from SIGN)                          examination of his slippers

1st case during SH's college vacation, and which          SH deduced Trevor Senior was in fear for his life, an
convinced him to enter into his famous profession.        ex-boxer, workman, had been to Japan and N.Z.

SH referred to this as his 3rd case, but considered it    SH immediately recognized the importance of the
his "first stride towards the position I now hold"        Musgrave Ritual, whereas Musgrave himself did not
SH had just finished famous international case, and       Noticed that note found in Kirwan's hand had been
Europe was "ringing with his name"                        written by "two persons doing alternate words"
SH needed Watson's help as a witness to Henry             SH deduced that Watson: smoked Arcadia, had no
Wood's story.                                             company, workman had visited, was busy in practice

SH initially refused to deal with this case because       SH deduced client was a new, but busy, general
victim was not truthful with him.                         practitioner who had not been waiting long for him.
                                                          SH and Mycroft deduced that a man was a recently
SH discussed some of his background and family            discharged non-com officer who served in India as an
history with Dr. Watson for the first time                artilleryman, and was a widower with children

SH was deeply absorbed in a chemical analysis when        Perceived that the letter from Phelps was written by a
Watson arrived at Baker Street                            woman, and that Joseph was not a blood relative
Several attempts made on SH's life by Professor
Moriarty's henchmen; 221B Baker St. rooms set on
fire                                                                             ---

SH traveled around under the name of Sigerson for
almost three years before returning.                                             ---


SH had asked Watson to refrain from publishing more SH deduced client was a bachelor, lawyer, Freemason
cases at the time of this one.                      and asthmatic based upon his initial appearance.

SH considered this case a failure despite his brilliant   SH deduced Watson did not want to invest in gold,
decoding of the matchstick figure messages.               based on chalk marks on his hand (from billiards)
                                                          SH deduced Violet was a cyclist and a musician by
SH's boxing skills came in handy in this case             examination of her shoes, hands, and face.

                                                          SH deduced that client arrived to consult him three
SH's most lucrative case in the entire Canon!             days after the kidnapping due to his unshaven chin.
                                                      Immediately recognized the importance of the
SH's consulting detective practice was extremely busy tobacco pouch and unopened tantalus found at crime
at this time. Was disappointed in Stanley Hopkins.    scene

SH got engaged to a servant so that he could case
the property for his and Watson's later burglary                                ---
SH appeared to be momentarily moved by Lestrade's
compliments regarding his handling of this case.         SH deduced a deed of violence had been done in Pitt
According to Watson, his favourite weapon was a          Street based on observing the rounded shoulders and
loaded hunting-crop.                                     outstretched neck of a London message-boy.
SH was doing research in a college town library, and     SH realized the culprit would have had to be a tall
did not wish to be interrupted. He himself stated that   man to be able to see in through Mr. Soames's
he was six feet tall.                                    window. Deduced pencil's length based on shavings
SH involved in study of a palimpsest from the second
half of the fifteenth century. Watson said SH had an     SH deduced accurate description of Villain based on
"ingratiating way with women" when he liked              examination of the pince-nez left at crime scene.

Second case that SH used a dog to follow a trail. Used   Realized that he could get several words from Godfrey
a clever ruse to determine to whom Godfrey Norton        Norton's telegram by reading through the blotting
sent his telegram.                                       paper.
SH solved this case starting with his observation of     SH deduced that two people attempted to make it
the three wine glasses and cut bell rope                 appear that a third person also drank the wine

SH did not want the "notoriety" that Watson's
publications brought him.                                                       ---

SH claimed to be too busy to start this case right Deduced the facts about Dr. James Mortimer based
away; he sent Watson out ahead, and caught up with upon examination of the walking stick he had left
him later (as in LADY); shot Hound to death at end behind. Watson unsuccessfully tried to do so.




This case was chronologically the first time SH
discussed Professor Moriarty and his organization with SH decoded cryptic message from Porlock, using the
Watson.                                                Almanac, even though he did not have the cipher key




SH claimed to be bored; no new cases until this came SH deduced envelope was opened with nail scissors,
up; he referred to REDH and FIVE as "grotesque"      and that a cufflink was used on the sealing wax.

SH chatted extensively with Watson about his violin,     Deduced circumstances of the case from examination
and a famous violinist, over a nice long lunch           of the box (and ears), its knotted string, and postage

SH initially thought this case did not have any criminal Recognized that cigarette butt left by tenant could not
element in it until client's husband was attacked.       have been smoked by a man with any facial hair
SH was very restless, and had nothing to do before        Deduced that victim was killed elsewhere and that his
this case came up.                                        body fell off roof of a train, due to its location.
SH deceived both Watson and Mrs. Hudson without
taking either one into his confidence                                            ---

SH was too busy to start this case right away; sent       Deduced Watson had been to the Turkish bath and
Watson out ahead, and caught up with him later            shared a hansom ride, based on his appearance
SH was on vacation under strict doctor's orders. He
surprised Watson by suggesting that he publish this       Deduced that Mortimer discovered the mystery based
case some 13 years after it occurred.                     on his appearance in dress (vs. that of Roundhay's)




SH was 60 yrs old and took 2 yrs to finish this case                             ---

SH was almost killed by hired assailants; Turkish bath
opening, used burglary skills in this case.                                      ---

                                                          Deduced that client was an ex-cavalryman who had
SH wrote this story himself.                              served in South Africa, based on his appearance
SH expected the Villain to try to murder him in this
case. SH only interested in recovering the diamond.                              ---

                                                          SH deduced much information about this case from
SH did not seem to be his usual self in this case.        Susan via her attitude and answers

SH mentioned the case of the Gloria Scott, but was        SH surmised the solution to this case even before he
unable to congratulate Watson on his writing of it.       had arrived at the scene of the mystery
                                                    SH deduced that Evans had been in England longer
SH showed the most concern for Watson in this case, than he claimed based upon his dress. He and Watson
or at least more than in any other.                 also saw newspaper ad used American terminology

SH started this case after a "month of trivialities and   SH recognized importance of the unnecessary note
stagnation', and appeared to be in good spirits.          clutched tightly in the left hand of the dead woman
SH mentioned COPP; said he would hold Lowenstein          SH recognized the importance of the dog's change in
criminally responsible for his "poisons"                  behaviour towards Professor Presbury
SH wrote this story himself. Used photographic            Deduced that Stackhurst was going swimming by the
evidence during the course of his investigation.          bulge of a towel in his pocket
                                                          SH recognized that Eugenia Ronder was considering
SH needed Watson's help as a witness once again           suicide based upon her tone of voice
                                                          SH recognized the significance of Sir Robert giving
SH realized the value of forensic science                 away Lady Beatrice's dog to the innkeeper

SH deceived Watson by sending him out with Villain     SH recognized the importance of the fresh paint
to Little Purlington as a ruse, and committed burglary applied to the door and woodwork of the strong room
Sherlock Holmes Quote


"It is a capital mistake to theorize before you have all the
evidence. It biases the judgment."




"Detection is, or ought to be, an exact science, and should
be treated in the same cold and unemotional manner."


"It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data."


"As a rule, the more bizarre a thing is the less mysterious it
proves to be."

"The larger crimes are apt to be the simpler, for the bigger
the crime the more obvious, as a rule, is the motive."

"The more featureless and commonplace a crime is, the
more difficult it is to bring it home."


". . . it is necessary that the reasoner should be able to
utilize all the facts which have come to his knowledge . . ."

"You have a grand gift of silence, Watson. It makes you
quite invaluable as a companion."

"Who would think that so pretty a toy would be a purveyor
to the gallows and the prison?"


"Violence does, in truth, recoil upon the violent, and the
schemer falls into the pit which he digs for another."


"It is easy to see that your experience has been no common
one, Mr. Hatherly."

"I read nothing except the criminal news and the agony
column. The latter is always instructive."

". . . when you have excluded the impossible, whatever
remains, however improbable, must be the truth".
"If I claim full justice for my art, it is because it is an
impersonal thing -- a thing beyond myself."

"We imagined what might have happened, acted upon the
supposition, and find ourselves justified."

"Any truth is better than indefinite doubt."

"I am afraid that I rather give myself away when I explain.
Results without causes are much more impressive."

"I was never a very sociable fellow, Watson, always rather
fond of moping about in my rooms . . ."

"In my inmost heart I believed I could succeed where others
failed, and now I had the opportunity to test myself."
". . . I make a point of never having any prejudices, and of
following docilely wherever fact may lead me . . ."

"It's every man's business to see justice done."

". . . you will see that, though that shield [of justice] may fail
to guard, the sword of justice is still there to avenge."
"To the logician all things should be seen exactly as they
are, and to underestimate one's self is as much a departure
from truth as to exaggerate one's own powers."

"Our highest assurance of the goodness of Providence seems
to me to rest in the flowers."

"I think that I may go so as far as to say, Watson, that I
have not lived wholly in vain."

"My dear Watson, I owe you a thousand apologies. I had no
idea that you would be so affected."


"But he [Oldacre] had not that supreme gift of the artist, the
knowledge of when to stop."


"What one man can invent another can discover."

"It was a straight left against a slogging ruffian."

". . . when a man embarks upon a crime, he is morally guilty
for any other crime which may spring from it."
"One should always look for a possible alternative, and
provide against it. It is the 1st rule of criminal investigation."

"We have shared this same room for some years, and it
would be amusing if we ended by sharing the same cell."


"The press, Watson, is a most valuable institution if you only
know how to use it."


"Let us hear the suspicions. I will look after the proofs."
"It would be difficult to name any articles which afford a
finer field for inference than a pair of glasses, especially so
remarkable a pair as these."


"You live in a different world to me, Mr. Overton -- a sweeter
and healthier one."

"The game is afoot!"

"Only one important thing has happened in the last three
days, and that is that nothing has happened."

"It may be that you are not yourself luminous, but you are a
conductor of light. Some people without possessing genius
have a remarkable power of stimulating it."




"Breadth of view, my dear Mr. Mac, is one of the essentials
of our profession. The interplay of ideas and the oblique
uses of knowledge are often of extraordinary interest."




"It is an error to argue in front of your data. You find
yourself insensibly twisting them round to fit your theories."

"The case is one where . . . we have been compelled to
reason backwards from effects to causes."

"Education never ends Watson. It is a series of lessons with
the greatest for last. This is an instructive case."
"You can write me down an ass this time, Watson. This was
not the bird I was looking for."

"The best way of successfully acting a part is to be it."

"One of the most dangerous classes in the world is the
drifting and friendless woman."

"To let the brain work without sufficient material is like
racing an engine. It racks itself to pieces."


"Stand with me here upon the terrace, for it may be the last
quiet talk that we shall ever have."
"Woman's heart and mind are insoluble puzzles to the male.
Murder might be condoned or explained, and yet some
smaller offence might rankle."

"I see no more than you, but I have trained myself to notice
what I see."
"I am a brain, Watson. The rest of me is a mere appendix.
Therefore, it is the brain I must consider."


"I suppose I shall have to compound a felony as usual."


"The world is big enough for us. No ghosts need apply."

"If our Wild West friend tries to live up to his nickname, we
must be ready for him."

"When a crime is coolly premeditated, then the means of
covering it are coolly premeditated also."
"When one tries to rise above Nature, one is liable to fall
below it."
"Women have seldom been an attraction to me, for my brain
has always governed my heart."
"The example of patient suffering is in itself the most
precious of all lessons to an impatient world."

"It is only the colourless, uneventful case which is hopeless."

"With your natural advantages, Watson, every lady is your
helper and accomplice."
Plot


Revenge murders against evil Mormons who caused
the deaths of John and Lucy Ferrier




Daughter of deceased Captain Arthur Morstan was
entitled to half of the Agra treasure from India


King was blackmailed with scandalous photo




Tunnel under bank vault to steal French gold

Stepfather prevented stepdaughter from marrying
(via disguise) so that he could keep her money

Son accused of his father's murder, which was
actually committed by the father's blackmailing victim


Revenge murder by KKK against the Openshaw
family

Husband Neville led double-life as beggar named
Hugh Boone


Stolen gemstone hidden in crop of Christmas goose




Stepdaughter murdered by poisonous snake


Counterfeiters fooled engineer into repairing their
machine, then attempted to kill him



Bride disappeared immediately after her wedding

Royal crown, used by a very high ranking public
figure as collateral for a loan, appears to be stolen.
Woman hired as look-alike for daughter who was
held prisoner by her father

Villain killed by the thoroughbred that he attempted
to cripple before the Wessex Cup race
Woman concealed black daughter from previous
marriage from her current husband

Man got high-paying job as ruse so that criminals
could impersonate him at another location


Hudson threatened to expose Victor's father's past


Treasure hunt; maid killed butler afterwards
Noblemen killed their coachman who had threatened
them with blackmail
Evil Colonel Barclay found dead in locked room; died
of fright not murdered

Blessington set doc up in practice for a percentage,
then was killed by his betrayed comrades

Greek man and his sister kidnapped and held prisoner
in an attempt to force him to sign over their property

Stolen internationally sensitive treaty document;
Watson said SECO can't be told until after 1900


Holmes vs. Professor Moriarty to the end

SH returned and captured Professor Moriarty's
accomplice


Builder hid in a secret room in his house so that he
appeared to be murdered

Gangster stalked couple and threatened them with
secret messages which SH brilliantly de-coded
Beautiful music teacher stalked by criminals out to
get the inheritance left to her by her late uncle

Duke's son, Arthur, kidnapped by his illegitimate older
brother James
Villainous ship's captain deservedly harpooned to
death

SH and Watson burglarized evil blackmailer's house
to recover Lady Eva's letters; Villain killed by vigilante


Borgia pearl stolen from Prince of Colonna and
hidden in Napoleon statue by Mafia member


Cheating on Greek exam at the "College of St Lukes"
Young male secretary Smith accidentally killed by
Professor Sergius Coram's estranged wife Anna.
"Coram" was an alias for his unknown real name.




Missing rugby player with secret wife
Abusive husband murdered during apparent burglary;
"Villain" killed him in self-defense


Stolen internationally sensitive letter; like NAVA




Noble family was cursed by ghostly hound




Edwards killed Baldwin in self defense, used those
circumstances to fake his own murder to escape
organized crime, but was eventually killed anyway.


Garcia planned to assassinate the cruel Latin dictator
Murillo while using Eccles as an alibi, but the plot
backfired and he himself was murdered.

Man killed his wife and her lover, then sent their ears
to his sister-in-law

Lodger at Mrs. Warren's stalked by Mafia; Villain
killed by suspect in self-defense
Clerk murdered over stolen plans for submarine

SH feigned illness to trap murderer of Victor Savage


Rich aristocratic woman disappeared

Tregennis family killed/ driven to madness by
Mortimer Tregennis; Dr Sterndale killed HIM in return




SH (alias "Altamont") and Watson vs. German spies
SH comissioned by an unknown client to prevent a
marriage between the evil Baron Gruner and Violet
de Merville, a retired General's daughter


Young man searching for his missing army buddy
Crown diamond stolen; SH fooled villains with wax
statue and recorded violin music

Mary's son Douglas threatened Klein w/ scandal; she
had him assaulted and he later died

Ferguson's son from 1st marriage tried to kill infant
son from 2nd one; 2nd wife blamed as "vampire"
Villain got Garrideb to leave his lodgings by a ruse so
that he could retrieve counterfeit money hidden in
the basement.

Financial magnate's wife was found dead; beautiful
governess suspected
Professor exhibited unexplained strange behavior due
to "fountain of youth" medication
SH investigated the suspicious death of science
teacher Fitzroy McPherson
Disfigured woman confessed that she and her lover
murdered her cruel husband
Nobleman kept the death of his sister a secret to
avoid bankruptcy

Old man murdered his young wife and her male
friend via gas-pipe, then made it appear they eloped
Opening Line

In the year 1878 I took my degree of Doctor of Medicine of the
University of London, and proceeded to Netley to go through the
course prescribed for surgeons in the army.




Sherlock Holmes took his bottle from the corner of the mantel-
piece and his hypodermic syringe from its neat morocco case.

To Sherlock Holmes she is always the woman. I have seldom
heard him mention her under any other name.


I had called upon my friend, Mr. Sherlock Holmes, one day in the
autumn of last year and found him in deep conversation . .

"My dear fellow," said Sherlock Holmes as we sat on either side
of the fire in his lodgings at Baker Street . . .

We were seated at breakfast one morning, my wife and I, when
the maid brought in a telegram.
When I glance over my notes and records of the Sherlock
Holmes cases between the years '82 and '90, I am faced by so
many which present strange and interesting features that it is no
easy matter to know which to choose and which to leave.

Isa Whitney, brother of the late Elias Whitney, D.D., Principal of
the Theological College of St. George's, was much . . .
I had called upon my friend Sherlock Holmes upon the second
morning after Christmas, with the intention of wishing him the
compliments of the season.
On glancing over my notes of the seventy odd cases in which I
have for the last eight years studied the methods of my friend
Sherlock Holmes, I find many tragic, some comic, a large
number merely strange, but none commonplace;

Of all the problems which have been submitted to my friend, Mr.
Sherlock Holmes, for solution during the years of our intimacy,
there were only two which I was the means of introducing . . .
The Lord St. Simon marriage, and its curious termination, have
long ceased to be a subject of interest in those exalted circles in
which the unfortunate bridegroom moves.

"Holmes," said I as I stood one morning in our bow-window
looking down the street, "here is a madman coming along."
"To the man who loves art for its own sake," remarked Sherlock
Holmes, tossing aside the advertisement . . .

"I am afraid, Watson that I shall have to go," said Holmes as we
sat down together to our breakfast one morning.
[ In publishing these short sketches based upon the numerous
cases in which my companion's singular gifts have made . . .

Shortly after my marriage I had bought a connection in the
Paddington district.

"I have some papers here," said my friend Sherlock Holmes as
we sat one winter's night on either side of the fire . . .

An anomaly which often struck me in the character of my friend
Sherlock Holmes was that, although in his methods . . .
It was some time before the health of my friend Mr. Sherlock
Holmes recovered from the strain caused by his exertions. . .
One summer night, a few months after my marriage, I was
seated by my own hearth smoking a last pipe and nodding . . .

In glancing over the somewhat incoherent series of Memoirs
with which I have endeavoured to illustrate a few of the . . .
During my long and intimate acquaintance with Mr. Sherlock
Holmes, I had never heard him refer to his relations, and hardly
ever to his own early life.
The July which immediately succeeded my marriage was made
memorable by three cases of interest, in which I had the
privilege of being associated with Sherlock Holmes and of . . .
It is with a heavy heart that I take up my pen to write these last
words in which I shall ever record the singular gifts by which my
friend Mr. Sherlock Holmes was distinguished.
It was in the spring of the year 1894 that all London was
interested, and the fashionable world dismayed, by the murder
of the Honourable Ronald Adair under most unusual and . . .

"From the point of view of the criminal expert,"said Mr. Sherlock
Holmes, "London has become a singularly uninteresting city since
the death of the late lamented Professor Moriarty".
Holmes had been seated for some hours in silence with his long,
thin back curved over a chemical vessel in which he was brewing
a particularly malodorous product.
From the years 1894 to 1901 inclusive, Mr. Sherlock Holmes
was a very busy man.

We have had some dramatic entrances and exits upon our small
stage at Baker Street, but I cannot recollect anything more . . .
I have never known my friend to be in better form, both mental
and physical, than in the year '95.

It is years since the incidents of which I speak took place, and
yet it is with diffidence that I allude to them.
It was no very unusual thing for Mr. Lestrade, of Scotland Yard,
to look in upon us of an evening, and his visits were welcome to
Sherlock Holmes, for they enabled him to keep in touch with all
that was going on at the police headquarters.
It was in the year '95 that a combination of events, into which I
need not enter, caused Mr. Sherlock Holmes and myself to spend
some weeks in one of our great university towns, and it . . .
When I look at the three massive manuscript volumes which
contain our work for the year 1894, I confess that it is very
difficult for me, out of such a wealth of material, to select . . .

We were fairly accustomed to receive weird telegrams at Baker
Street, but I have a particular recollection of one which reached
us on a gloomy February morning, some seven or eight . . .
It was on a bitterly cold night and frosty morning, towards the
end of the winter of '97, that I was awakened by a tugging . . .
I had intended "The Adventure of the Abbey Grange" to be the
last of those exploits of my friend, Mr. Sherlock Holmes, which I
should ever communicate to the public.

Mr. Sherlock Holmes, who was usually very late in the mornings,
save upon those not infrequent occasions when he was up all
night, was seated at the breakfast table.




"I am inclined to think--," said I. "I should do so," Sherlock
Holmes remarked impatiently.




I find it recorded in my notebook that it was a bleak and windy
day towards the end of March in the year 1892.

In choosing a few typical cases which illustrate the remarkable
mental qualities of my friend, Sherlock Holmes, I have . . .
"Well, Mrs. Warren, I cannot see that you have any particular
cause for uneasiness, nor do I understand why I, whose time is
of some value, should interfere in the matter."
In the third week of November, in the year 1895, a dense yellow
fog settled down upon London.
Mrs. Hudson, the landlady of Sherlock Holmes, was a
longsuffering woman.

"But why Turkish?", asked Mr. Sherlock Holmes, gazing fixedly at
my boots.

In recording from time to time some of the curious experiences
and interesting recollections which I associate with the . . .


It was nine o'clock at night upon the second of August -- the
most terrible August in the history of the world.
"It can't hurt now," was Mr. Sherlock Holmes's comment when,
for the tenth time in as many years, I asked his leave to reveal
the following narrative.

The ideas of my friend Watson, though limited, are exceedingly
pertinacious.
It was pleasant to Dr. Watson to find himself once more in the
untidy room of the first floor in Baker Street which had . . .
I don't think that any of my adventures with Mr. Sherlock Holmes
opened quite so abruptly, or so dramatically, as that which I
associate with The Three Gables.

Holmes had read carefully a note which the last post had
brought him.
It may have been a comedy, or it may have been a tragedy. It
cost one man his reason, it cost me a blood-letting, and it cost
yet another man the penalties of the law.

Somewhere in the vaults of the bank of Cox and Co., at Charing
Cross, there is a travel-worn and battered tin . . .
Mr. Sherlock Holmes was always of opinion that I should publish
the singular facts connected with Professor Presbury . .
It is a most singular thing that a problem which was certainly as
abstruse as any which I have faced in my long . . .
When one considers that Mr. Sherlock Holmes was in active
practice for twenty-three years, and that for seventeen of . . .
Sherlock Holmes had been bending for a long time over a low-
power microscope.

Sherlock Holmes was in a melancholy and philosophic mood that
morning.
Question(s) to Ponder 2

What remarks does SH make that give us a glimpse of
his personality and of foreshadowing his career? Who
was the person who masqueraded as "Mrs. Sawyer"?




Why did SH say so many things in German? Why did
Watson write about SH's drug usage?

Why did Irene Adler and Godfrey Norton get married so
hurriedly?
Was the 14 year old girl who cooked for Wilson also
involved? Where did Clay put all the dirt he dug out of
the tunnel? Why didn't Wilson ask to see a copy of the
bogus will?


How could Mary's mother allow this scam to happen?


Why was SH so eager to cover up for John Turner?


Why did SH allow Openshaw to go back out into the
storm instead of staying overnight at Baker Street?



Why did Watson's wife call him "James"?

Did SH share the £1000 reward with Peterson? Whatever
happened to Catherine Cusack?




Was this the first case that Watson worked with SH?




The least believable of all the stories in the Canon?



How would you describe Lord St. Simon's character?

Who was Mr. Holder's client, and why did he need to
borrow the money so desperately for only a few days?
Compare and contrast this storyline with that of IDEN.
Why did SH say that Mr. Fowler was a "good seaman"?


How much did Mr. Holmes know about horse racing?
How would a racially mixed family be viewed in late
Victorian England?

Why did "Harry Pinner" try to hang himself instead of
escaping? Did Hall Pycroft ever get a job?

Where did SH attend college? What was his "line of
study. . . quite distinct from that of the other fellows"?
How did Mr. Holmes survive for 4 years after college?
Did Brunton really deserve to be fired for looking at old
papers "of no practical importance"?
Why did SH want Colonel Hayter's establishment to "be a
bachelor one"? Who was Annie Morrison?
Would Nancy and Henry maintain any sort of contact, or
friendship, after the evil Colonel Barclay's funeral?
In which case(s) did SH feign any trances or illnesses?
Why didn't Blessington approach the police for protection
against the retaliation of his betrayed comrades?

Why didn't the Holmes brothers provide some protection
for Mr. Melas?

How did Joseph know the documents were valuable since
they were written in French?

Why might Professor Moriarty have allowed Holmes to
leave a note behind for Watson?

How did Mycroft Holmes explain paying for the Baker St
rooms to Mrs. Hudson w/o arousing her suspicions?


In which other cases did SH display his fondness of a
good practical joke?
How long would it take a modern-day code breaker to
duplicate SH's feat? How could there be any "certainty"
that Hilton Cubitt fired the first shot at Abe Slaney?
What did Watson mean by "the curious sequel of our
investigation which culminated in unexpected tragedy" ?

In what ways did both Watson and SH display sarcasm in
this case?
Why did SH and Watson leave for Norway?

Who was the woman who killed Milverton? Was
Professor Moriarty involved with the blackmailing ring?




Why would SH object to Watson chronicling his cases?
How could Bannister immediately see Gilchrist's gloves
on the chair, while Soames did not? How did Soames
know SH was in town?



Why did Anna commit suicide?


Was Dr. Armstrong guilty of criminal negligence in not
providing better medical care to Godfrey's wife?

In which seven cases did Hopkins call on SH for help?
Compare and contrast this storyline with that of NAVA.
What do you think the letter from the foreign potentate
actually said? To whom could it have been addressed?




Was this the most popular of all the SH adventures?




Compare and contrast the importance of the second half
(the retrospection) of this story with that of A Study in
Scarlet.




Was Watson's date a typographical error?

Was this story really shocking enough to suppress its
publication until a later time?

What significance, if any, could be attached to the
presence of the Pinkerton detective in this case?
Did Sir James Walter commit suicide? How could anyone
hear the "thud" of a body falling off a train onto the
ground?
How large of a gamble did SH take that Watson would
obey, to the letter, his every order in this story?

Did SH display more interest than usual in a reward for
solving this case?
Did SH intervene on Sterndale's behalf due to emotional
reasons, or to logical ones? Why didn't Sterndale visit
Brenda before leaving for Africa?




Did Watson record this case, or did someone else do it?

Who was the Illustrious Client, and why was this Client
so interested in General de Merville's daughter?


Have Mr. Holmes's perceptions or attitudes changed?

Did Watson record this case, or did someone else do it?
Was this the least popular of all the SH adventures? How
did Holmes miss the death of Douglas in the papers, if
"all London knew him"?


Compare parts of this storyline with that of BERY



Why did Sherlock Holmes refuse the knighthood?


Was SH prejudiced against Gibson?

Consider Mr. Holmes's philosophic arguments at end.

Have Mr. Holmes's perceptions or attitudes changed?

Why wasn't Watson living with SH at Baker Street?

Was Sir Robert's conduct really "inexcusable"?


Did Holmes exhibit unusual mood swings in this case?
Additional Characters Closely Related to the Case:
Stamford (Watson's friend), SH's unnamed landlady, SH's unnamed maid, John Rance (constable),"Mrs. Sawyer"
(old woman), Keswick (man who actually lived in "her" house), Wiggins (BSI), Mrs. Charpentier (suspect's
mother), Alice (his sister), Underwood (hatmaker), John Ferrier (pioneer), Lucy Ferrier (his daughter and Hope's
fiance), Brigham Young (Mormon leader), Cowper (Hope's Morman friend)

Mrs. Hudson, Wiggins (BSI), Williams (T. Sholto's servant), Lal Rao, (B. Sholto's servant acting as Smalls'
confederate), McMurdo, Mrs. Bernstone (B. Sholto's faithful servants), Toby (dog that SH used), Sherman (his
owner), unnamed police and inspectors, Mordecai Smith (boat owner), Mrs. Smith (his wife), Jim and Jack (their
sons), Achmet (Rajah's servant killed for treasure which was stolen by Maj. Sholto)
Mrs. Watson, Mary Jane (Watson's servant), Godfrey Norton (Adler's fiance), Mrs. Turner (landlady), John
(Adler's coachman), Clotilde Lothman Von Sax-Meningen (Kings's fiance), unnamed actors who provided
necessary street diversions, unnamed elderly woman (Adler's servant who met SH at Adler's door after she

"Vincent Spaulding" (alias of John Clay), "Duncan Ross"/ "William Morris" (aliases of Archie), Mr. Merryweather
(bank director), "Ezekiah Hopkins" (fictitious millionaire who founded the League), 14 year old girl who cooked
for Wilson
SH's unnamed page, "Hosmer Angel" (alias of Windibank), Mary's mother, unnamed cab driver, Mr. Hardy
(foreman of old plumbing business), Ned (Mary's uncle who left her with an income of 100£ a year), Mary's late
father
Moran (Turner's lodgekeeper), witnesses: William Crowder (Turner's gamekeeper), Patience Moran
(lodgekeepers dtr), unnamed old woman; unnamed ex-wife of James McCarthy, unnamed inspector who
arrested him; John Cobb, unnamed maid (McCarthy's servants), Mrs. Watson

Mary (Elias's maid), Mr. Fordham (Elias's lawyer), Major Freebody (Joseph's friend), SH's unnamed landlady, SH's
unnamed maid, Hudson (KKK leader), McCauley, John Swain, Paramore (previous victims of KKK), Constable
Cook (heard victim's cries for help), unnamed stevedore
Mrs. Watson, Kate Whitney (her friend), Isa Whitney (Kate's husband), lascar (opium den manager), unnamed
Dane (lascars's assistant), John (SH's trap driver), Inspector Barton (initial investigator), unnamed constables,
unnamed stable-boy

Mrs. Hudson, Mr. Henry Baker (goose's owner), Mr. Windigate (Alpha Inn), Mr. Breckinridge (goose dealer), Bill
(his helper), Mrs. Maggie Oakshott (poultry breeder and Ryder's sister), Maudsley (Ryder's criminal friend)
Mrs. Hudson, Miss Honoria Westphail, (Stoner sister's aunt), Percy Armitage (Helen's fiance), unnamed trap
driver, unnamed blacksmith that Roylott had hurled into a stream, unnamed county coroner, Roylott's unnamed
old and foolish housekeeper, unnamed Crown Inn landlord, unnamed correspondent who sent Roylott animals
from India

Mrs. Watson, Watson's unnamed maid, unnamed previous patient (who brought Hatherley to Dr. Watson), Elise
(female employee of Dr. Stark), "Mr. Ferguson" (alias Dr. Becher), unnamed plain-clothes detective, Hatherley's
unnamed clerk, unnamed porter at train station, unnamed station-master at train station
SH's unnamed page, Alice (Hatty Doran's personal maid), Francis Hay Moulton (Hatty's actual husband who was
presumed dead), Duke of Balmoral (St. Simons's father), unnamed fish monger and tide-waiter who had written
to SH before the start of this case
Lucy Parr (one of Holder's maids), Francis Prosper (Lucy's boyfriend who delivered produce to the Holder
household), unnamed valet of Sir George Burnwell from whom SH gained information, unnamed fence from
whom SH purchased the stolen gems, unnamed constable
Miss Stoper (manager of employment agency), her unnamed page, Mrs. Rucastle (Jephro's wife), Edward
Rucastle (their son), Mr. and Mrs. Toller (their servants), Carlo (Jephro's mastiff dog), Mr. Fowler (Alice's fiance),
unnamed country surgeon who attended Jephro after attack
Silas Brown, (trainer at Mapleton stables), Dawson (Brown's groom), Mrs. Straker (John Straker's wife), Ned
Hunter (Straker's groom who was drugged), Edith Baxter (Straker's maid), Madame Lesurier (dressmaker),
Straker's unnamed mistress (for whom the dress was made)

SH's unnamed page, Munro's unnamed maid, Lucy Hebron (Effie's daughter), unnamed Scottish woman (Lucy's nurse)
"Arthur Pinner" and "Harry Pinner" (aliases for the first Beddington brother), "Mr. Harris" (Holmes's alias), "Mr.
Price" (Watson's alias), unnamed doctor who watched Watson's practice for him during this case), Pycroft's
unnamed landlady
"Mr. Beddoes" (alias of Evans, a fellow prisoner of Trevor Senior who also escaped the prison ship), Dr. Fordham
(Trevor Senior's physician), Trevor Senior's unnamed maid, Sir Edward Holly (his neighbour), Jack Prendergast
(leader of mutiny on prison ship), Wilson (chaplain)
Janet Tregellis (daughter of the gamekeeper, and the woman who Richard Brunton left Rachel Howells for),
numerous unnamed servants, two unnamed Sussex constables who helped Holmes raise the stone in the
basement, unnamed nurse who was taking care of Rachel Howells
Colonel Hayter (Watson's old friend), Mr. Acton (litigant in lawsuit laying claim to half of Cunningham's estate),
Hayter's unnamed butler, unnamed servants and constables, Annie Morrison (unknown woman mentioned in
Mrs. Watson, Miss Morrison (Mrs. Barclay's friend), Jane Stewart (Barclay's maid), unnamed cook and
coachman, Henry Wood (Nancy's former lover who was betrayed by Col. Barclay), Simpson (street Arab from BSI
"Russian patient" and his "son", (aliases of two of the Villains), Trevelyan's "page" (Villain's confederate),
Trevelyan's unnamed cook and maid, Tobin (bank guard who was murdered by the Blessington gang),
Cartwright (gang member who was hanged for guard's murder)
SH's unnamed page, Latimer's unnamed coachman, the coachman's unnamed wife, unnamed railway porter, J.
Davenport (Sophy's friend who answered newspaper advertisement as to her whereabouts, and who later
provided some of the explanation of the case to Holmes and Watson), unnamed landlady at Melas's rooms,
Mrs. Hudson, SH's unnamed page, Lord Holdhurst (Phelps's uncle and employer), Charles Gorot (his coworker),
Annie Harrison (his fiance and Joseph's sister), Mr. Tangey (commissionaire whose wife was a suspect), his
unnamed daughter, Dr. Ferrier (Phelps's doctor), unnamed policeman who assisted Tangey and Phelps with the
Mycroft Holmes (SH's elder brother), Peter Steiler (hotel manager, who ostensibly wrote the note that brought
Watson back to the Hotel), unnamed Swiss messenger who brought the note, unnamed doctor who watched
Watson's practice while he accompanied SH
Mrs. Hudson, two unnamed constables, Mr. Murray, Sir John Hardy, Godfrey Milner, Lord Balmoral (Adair's card-
playing friends),Oscar Muenier (made wax bust of SH), Parker (Moran's accomplice), Von Herder (blind German
mechanic who made Moran's air gun), the Khalifa of Khartoum, and unnamed Lama (kings that SH visited during
Mrs. Lexington (Oldacre's maid), Mrs. McFarlane (John's mother, who had refused Oldacre's attentions in the
past), "Mr. Cornelius" (bogus creditor to whom Oldacre made checks out to), Dr. Verner (distant relative of SH to
whom Watson sold his practice), 2 unnamed constables who arrested John, John's unnamed clerk who
witnessed the will, Lestade's unnamed "head" constable and "night" constable and three more
Mrs. Hudson, unnamed station-master, unnamed doctor who attended Mrs. Cubitt, Saunders (her housemaid),
Mrs. King (her cook), unnamed constable at the crime scene, unnamed groom, unnamed stable-boy (who took
SH's note to Abe Slaney), two unnamed uniformed police who took Abe Slaney away in a cab at end of story
Cyril Morton (client's fiance), her mother, Ralph Smith (her late uncle), Mrs. Dixon (Carruthers's maid), his
unnamed 10 year old daughter, Peter (Carruthers's groom who drove trap and was waylaid by villains), unnamed
Duke of Holdernesse, Edith (the Duchess, his wife), Caunter (elder fellow student of Lord Saltire's), Aveling
(math master), Mrs. Hayes (wife of villain, and the woman who guarded Lord Saltire in captivity), Duke's
unnamed footman who SH sent to bring Saltire home
Mrs. Hudson, Slater (stonemason who knew Peter Carey), Mrs. Carey (Peter Carey's wife), their unnamed
daughter, their 2 unnamed maids, James Lancaster and Hugh Pattins (applicants for SH's bogus harpooner job),
2 unnamed informants who helped Cairns find Carey
Earl of Dovercourt (Lady Eva's fiance), Agatha (maid to whom SH got "engaged"), the Honourable Miss Miles and
Colonel Dorking (previous victims of Milverton), Countess d'Albert (his next intended victim), miscellaneous
unnamed servants of Milverton

Morse Hudson (sold 2 busts to Dr. Barnicot, owned 1), Mr. Harding (sold busts to journalist Horace Harker,
Josiah Brown, and Mr. Sandeford, who sold the last to SH), Harding's unnamed young assistant, unnamed
German manager at Gelder & Co. (bust manufacturer who had previously employed Beppo)

Bannister (Soames's servant), Daulat Ras (Indian student on second floor), Miles McLaren (student on third
Mortimer (Prof Coram's gardener who wheeled the Bath chair), Mrs. Marker of housekeeper), Susan Tarlton
floor), unnamed landlady at SH and Watson's furnished rooms who "babbled(hisgreen peas at seven thirty"
(his maid), Alexis (Anna's imprisoned friend), Constable Wilson (met Holmes, Watson and Hopkins at gate of
Yoxley Old Place), unnamed chief constable who sent for Hopkins, unnamed children who had seen Anna and
who were interviewed by Hopkins
Lord Mount-James (Godfrey's miserly uncle), Dr. Leslie Armstrong (his doctor), unnamed porter at Godfrey's
hotel, unnamed telegraph office clerk, John (Armstrong's butler), Pompey (dog that SH used), Jeremy Dixon (his
owner), Godfrey's unnamed wife, his unnamed bearded father-in-law who contacted him at the hotel, unnamed
servant who went to Trumpington for assistance

Lady Mary Brackenstall (wife of Sir Eustace, nee Mary Fraser of Adelaide), Theresa Wright (her maid), unnamed lodge-gate ke
Mrs. Hudson, unnamed foreign potentate who wrote letter, Hope's unnamed housemaid and valet, Jacobs (his
butler), Lady Hilda's unnamed maid, "Henri Fournaye" (Lucas's alias), MacPherson (constable who let Lady Hilda
see the crime scene), Lucas's unnamed spy who told him of the letter's existence
John and Eliza Barrymore (servants), Selden (her brother the escaped con), Perkins (groom), Murphy (gypsy),
Mr. Frankland (neighbour), Laura Lyons (his daughter, who was unwittingly used by Stapleton), John Clayton
(cab driver),Beryl (villain's wife,nee Beryl Garcia),Cartwright (boy who assisted SH in London and on
moor),postmaster,James (his son),Ross and Mangles (sold hound to villain),Anthony (villain's servant)
Mrs. Hudson, Billy the page, Moriarty, Fred Porlock (his agent, turned informer to SH), Col. Moran; White Mason,
Sgt. Wilson, Dr. Wood, (initial investigators), Ames (Douglas's butler), Mrs.Allen (maid), Scowrers: Jack McGinty,
Evans Pott (his boss), Mike Scanlan, Tiger Cormac, Wilson, Harraway (secretary), Carter (treasurer), Morris
(against violence), Gower, Mansel, Arthur Willaby (assaulted James Stanger, newspaper editor), Reilly (their
lawyer), Lawler, Andrews (killed Josiah H. Dunn and Menzies, mine manager and engineer), Jack Knox, Herman
Strauss (potential victims) Jim Carnaway (shot while trying to kill Chester Wilcox), Manders, Reilly (next attempt
on Wilcox), James Murdoch (mutilated), Jacob Shafter (boarding house), Ettie (his daughter), Widow MacNamara
Mrs. Hudson, Melville (introduced Eccles to Garcia), Garcia's unnamed manservant, his unnamed mulatto cook,
unnamed house agent at Allan Bros, SH's unnamed page, Walters (constable who guarded house), Downing
(constable who arrested Garcia's cook), Lopez alias "Lucas" (Murillo's aide), Signora Victor Durando alias "Miss
Burnet" (the widow of the murdered Victor Durando who posed as governess to Murillo's two unnamed
daughters), Jose (Murillo's servant who delivered the note to Garcia), John Warner (Murillo's former gardener
Sarah Cushing (Susan's younger sister who was in love with Browner, who turned Mary against him, and to
whom the ears were intended to be sent), her unnamed doctor, Mary Cushing (youngest sister who married Jim
Browner), Algar (SH's friend on Liverpools's police force)
Mr. Warren (client's husband), Warren's unnamed female servant, Emilia Lucca (Gennaro's wife), Augusto Barelli
(her father and Gennaro's first boss), Tito Castalotte (Gennaro's new boss who was marked for death by the
Mafia)
SH's unnamed maid, Admiral Sinclair, Sidney Johnson (senior clerk at Woolwich), unnamed railway official, Sir
James Walter (chief scientist and brother of Col. Valentine's), his unnamed butler, Violet Westbury (West's
fiance), Mason (railroad worker who found West's body)

Mrs. Hudson, Staples (Villain's butler)
Mrs. Hudson, Marie Devine (Lady's maid), M.Moser (Hotel mgr), Hon. Philip Greene (Lady's lover), "Dr. and Mrs.
Shlessinger" (aliases of Henry "Holy" Peters and Anne Fraser), Rose Spender (body in coffin), Dr. Horsom (her
doctor), unamed sergeant and constable, unnamed woman behind counter at undertakers shop,
Owen and George Tregennis (Mortimer's brothers who were driven mad), Mrs. Porter (their housekeeper), her
unnamed young female assistant servant, Dr. Richards (physician summoned to the scene of the mystery),
unnamed boy who fetched him, vicar's unnamed female servant, police


Baron Von Herling (another German spy posing as a politician), his unnamed chauffeur, Martha (agent for SH
who posed as Von Borks's maid)
General de Merville (Violet's father), Shinwell Johnson (SH's assistant), Miss Kitty Winter (Baron's ex-girlfriend),
Sir Leslie Oakshott (surgeon who personally attended SH after assault), unnamed butler and footman (Baron's
servants), Lomax (librarian who helped Watson)
Colonel Emsworth (Godfrey's father), Mrs. Emsworth (his mother), Ralph (butler), Ralph's wife (maid who had
also been Godfrey's nurse), Mr. Kent (surgeon who was attending Godfrey), Sir James Saunders (specialist in
dermatology who examined Godfrey at SH's request), unnamed station-master and innkeeper in the village with
Mrs. Hudson, Billy the page, Straubenzee (maker of air-guns), Tavernier (made wax dummy of SH), Ikey Sanders
(accomplice who refused to cut up the diamond), Van Seddar (accomplice ostensibly prepared to smuggle of the
Mr. Sutro (Mrs. Maberley's lawyer), Susan (wife of Barney Stockdale who spied on Mrs. Maberley while posing as
her maid), Langdale Pike (gossip columnist who helped SH), Mary (Maberley's maid), Duke of Lomond (Klein's
fiance), Isadora's unnamed footman, "Haines-Johnson" (alias of the unknown house-agent who tried to buy Mrs.
Dolores (Mrs. Ferguson's personal maid), Mrs. Mason (nurse to the baby), Michael (stablehand), Carlo (spaniel
dog that Jacky tested the poison on), two unnamed servants who not been employed long by the Ferguson's
(one of them described by Watson as a "smart maid")

Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. Saunders (caretaker of Nathan Garrideb's apt bldg), Rodger Prescott alias "Waldron" (previous
tenant of Garrideb's rooms who was shot and killed by Killer Evans), Holloway and Steele (houseagents)
Billy the page, Mr. Marlow Bates (manager of Gibson's estate), Mr. Ferguson (Gibson's secretary), Mr. Joyce
Cummings (Grace Dunbar's lawyer), unnamed gamekeeper who found Mrs. Gibson's body, unnamed doctor who
examined the body , unnamed villager who daughter, and Bennett's fiance), Prof. Morphy (his colleague), Alice
Roy (Presbury's wolfhound dog), Edith (his placed Miss Dunbar at the scene of the crime
Morphy (his daughter, and Presbury's fiance), A. Dorak (Lowenstein's agent), Macphail (Presbury's coachman),
Mercer (Holmes's assistant) Harold Stackhurst (schoolmaster), Anderson (constable), Miss Maud Bellamy
SH's unnamed housekeeper,
(McPherson's fiance), Tom and William Bellamy (her father and brother), unnamed doctor who examined
McPherson, Sudbury and Blount (students who found his dead dog)

Jimmy Griggs (clown in Ronder's traveling circus who tried to be helpful)
SH's unnamed page, Sam Brewer (creditor who was horsewhipped by Sir Robert), Stephens (butler), Mrs. Norlett
(maid, formerly Carrie Evans), Mr. Norlett (her husb), Sandy Bain (jockey), Harvey (servant), Josiah Barnes
J.C. Elman (vicar of Little Purlington), Mr. Barker (Holmes's "hated rival" who assisted him in the end), SH's
unnamed agent who sent bogus telegram from Vicar Elman, Amberley's unnamed housekeeper, unnamed
members of Dr. Ernest's family who hired Barker to investigate
Additional Characters Mentioned or Referred to in the Case:
Murray(orderly who saved Watson),Von Bischoff, Mason, Muller, Lafevre, Sampson, Van Jansen (historically
interesting cases mentioned by SH), unnamed commissionaire, Harry Murcher (constable), "Tom and Sally
Dennis" (fictitious couple referred to by "Mrs. Sawyer"), unnamed porter at Halliday's Hotel, unnamed milk boy,
Henri Murger (writer and author)
Watson's late father and elder brother, Major John Sholto (late friend of Cap. Morstan), Mahomet Singh, Dost
Akbar, Abdullah Khan (the other three members of "The Four"), Lal Chowdar (Maj. Sholto's late servant), John
Holder (saved Small's life), Abelwhite (plantation owner), Dawson (Abelwhite's manager), Dr. Somerton (prison
physician), Lt. Bromley Brown (guard), Winwood Reade (author of "The Martyrdom of Man"), Corot, Rosa,
Bougueraeu (artists whose paintings hung on Sholto's wall)

Boswell (biographer that SH likened Watson to), King of Scandinavia (the father of Clotilde Lothman Von Sax-
Meningen)


unnamed landlord at Pope Court who referred to Ross as "William Morris", unnamed constables and inspector,
Sarasate (concert violinist that SH went to hear at Albert Hall)
Balzac (French novelist and playwright that Windibank quoted in one of his letters to Mary Sutherland), Hafiz
(Persian poet that SH referred to at end of story), Horace (Roman philosopher that SH also referred to at end of
story)

Dr. Willows (Turner's doctor), Turner's 5 other unnamed servants, George Meredith (English poet and novelist
that Holmes wanted to talk about)




Mrs. Watson, Cuvier (French scientist to whom SH compared his abilities)12



Elias Whitney, D.D. (Isa's late brother), De Quincey (author whose work was read by Isa)


Mrs. Watson, Peterson's unnamed wife
Major-General Stoner (the late father of the Stoner sisters), their unnamed late mother, Palmer and Pritchard
(two doctors that SH referred to as having "gone wrong" i.e. turned criminal), Julia Stoner's unnamed fiance,
Percy Armitage's father and unnamed older brother, Roylott's unnamed father, his unnamed relative who helped
him through medical school, the unnamed Indian butler who Roylott had beaten to death


Venner and Matheson (the engineers to whom Victor Hatherley had been apprenticed for seven years), Victor
Hatherley's unnamed late father
Duchess of Balmoral (St. Simon's mother), Lord Eustace (St. Simon's younger brother), Lady Clara (his younger
sister), Aloysius Doran (Hatty's father), Lord Backwater, Lady Alicia Whittington (members of the wedding party),
Thoreau (philosopher to whom SH referred)13

Stevenson (Alexander Holder's partner in the banking firm), Holder's unnamed clerk, cashier, groom, page, three
additional maid-servants, deceased wife, and deceased brother (who was Mary Holder's father).
Colonel Spence Munro (Violet Hunter's previous employer), Westaway (owner of the employment agency), Lord
Southerton (nobleman who owned the lands around the Copper Beeches)
Bayard (alternate horse at King's Pyland), two unnamed stable-boys there, Heath Newton (owner of The Negro),
Colonel Wardlaw (owner of Pugilist), Lord Backwater (owner of Desborough and Mapleton stables), Duke of
Balmoral (owner of Iris), Lord Singleford (owner of Rasper)

Effie's unnamed maiden aunt with whom she came to live at Pinner
Mrs. Watson, Coxon (Pycroft's former employer), Parker (Coxon's former manager), Sergeant Tuson and
Constable Pollock (arrested second Beddington brother), Mr. Farquhar (doctor from whom Watson purchased his
practice in the Paddington district)


Trevor Senior's unnamed deceased daughter

Musgrave's late father, King Charles the First, King Charles the Second, Sir Ralph Musgrave (Reginald's ancestor
who was reportedly the right-hand man of Charles II), additional unnamed Musgrave ancestors (implied)

                                                 none mentioned
Watson's unnamed servants, General Neill (general that Henry Wood volunteered to warn of the danger at
Bhurtee), Sgt. Devoy (Nancy's father)


Henry Ward Beecher, General Charles Gordon

Vernet (French artist who was SH's granduncle), unnamed Greek friend of Kemp and Latimer who had to return
to the East before he could finish interrogating Kratides
Mrs. Watson, Percy's parents, Bertillon (French criminal expert who developed ID system, also mentioned in
HOUN), Monsieur Dubuque and Fritz von Waldbaum (investigated SECO), Phelps's unnamed servants and
groom, unnamed policewoman who searched Mrs. Tangey, unnamed hired nurse


Mrs. Watson, Colonel James Moriarty (Professor Moriarty's brother who wrote letters to defend his name)
Earl of Maynooth (Adair's father), Lady Maynooth (his mother), Hilda (his sister), Edith Woodley (his fiance);
Morgan the poisoner (MORG; villain in SH's index), Merridew of abominable memory (MERR; villain in SH's
index), Professor Moriarty, Mycroft Holmes, Sir Augustus Moran (Col. Morans' father, also listed in SH's index)


Professor Moriarty, Hyams (Oldacres's tailor whose name was found on one of the buttons recovered from the
fire), John McFarlane's father, Graham (senior partner in the firm of Graham and McFarlane)

Wilson Hargreave (NY police official who exchanged information with SH), Patrick (Elsie's father back in Chicago
who invented the code and whose first name was not given), Parker (the vicar of Hilton Cubitt's parish)

James Smith (Violet's late father)

Lord Leverstroke, Earl of Blackwater, Sir Cathcart Soames (Huxtable's other clients of his school), Sir Charles
Appledore (Duchess of Holdernesse's father)
Dawson (elder Neligan's former bank partner), Allardyce (owner of butcher shop where SH tried to transfix pig
with harpoon), unnamed old vicar whom Carey attacked

unnamed "impecunious young squire" to whom Lady Eva had written her imprudent letters, vigilante's unnamed
late husband to whom Milverton sent compromising letters (and which resulted in his death)

Lucretia Venucci (Princess's maid and Pietro's sister), Devine (artist who made the original bust of Napoleon,
from which plaster copies had been made), unnamed Italian who was stabbed by Beppo a year earlier, Beppo's
unnamed cousin employed by Gelder
Sir Jabez Gilchrist (Gilchrist's late father who was ruined on the turf, and to whom Bannister had once been a
butler), Thucydides (Greek author whose works were to be part of the examination for the Fortesque
Scholarship), Johann Faber (pencil manufacturer)

Ionides of Alexandria (made cigarettes for Coram), Coram's two unnamed previous secretaries (one of whom
was a detective hired by Anna), Tonga (from SIGN) referred to by Watson

Professor Moriarty, Arthur H. Staunton (FORG; rising young forger in SH's commonplace book), Stevenson,
Moorhouse (possible substitute players for Godfrey Staunton on the Cambridge team), Morton, Johnson
(opposing players on the Oxford team)

six additional unnamed servants (8 servants total), unnamed shipping office manager

Oberstein, La Rothiere (foreign agents), Mrs. Pringle (Lucas's housekeeper), Barrett (constable who found his
body), Duke of Belminster (Lady Hilda's father), Lord Flowers, Lord Merrow, Sir Charles Hardy (Hope's peers)
Mrs. Mortimer, James Desmond (next heir) Hugo Baskerville (ancestor),John, Rodger(his sons), Elizabeth(dtr),
Rodger Baskerville (Stapleton's father), Sir Henry's father, (both brothers of Sir Charles), "Vandeleur" (prior name
of Stapleton), Fraser (tutor that Stapleton met), unnamed page shot by Stapleton, Wilson (manager of
messenger office on Regent St)
Jonathan Wild (Moriarty-like criminal from 1700's),six additional unnamed servants, Sir Charles Chandos (Ames
former employeer), James H. Scott (Bodymaster lodge 29), Murphy (recommended Shafter's), Andrew Rae,
Milman, Hyam, Van Shorst, Nicholson, Billy James, Charlie Williams, Simon Bird, William Hales, Hunt, Evans, Mrs.
Laberly, Jenkins, Staphouse and Stendal families (murdered by Scowrers), Bartholomew Wilson (district ruler),
J.W.Windle (division master lodge 249), Higgins (their treasurer), Archie Swindon, Lee, Todman, Manson,
Shuman, Van Deher, Atwood (driven out by Scowrers),"Jonas Pinto" (supposedly shot by McMurdo), Moriarty,
Greuze (French artist whose work hung in his office)
Lord Harringby, Sir George Ffolliot, Mr. Hynes Hynes, Mr. James Baker Williams, Rev. Joshua Stone (Garcia's
neighbours); "Marquess of Montalva and Signor Rulli" (aliases used by Murillo and Lopez when they escaped to
Madrid from England), Marx (owner of Marx & Co. who had sold clothing to Garcia), Victor Durando (San Pedro
minister who was murdered by Murillo), Murillo's other unnamed butlers, footmen and maidservants, Garcia's
unnamed father who was the former highest dignitary of San Pedro


Henry Ward Beecher, General Charles Gordon

Signor Zamba (Tito's partner in the fruit importing business), Mr. Leverton (LONG; Pinkerton detective who was
previously involved in the Long island cave mystery)
Adolph Meyer, Louis La Rothiere (foreign agents), "Pierrot" (Hugo Oberstein's alias), Queen Victoria (implied)

Sir Jasper Meek, Penrose Fisher, Dr. Ainstree (specialists that Watson wanted to bring in to see SH)

Earl of Rufton (Lady's father), Lady's unnamed banker, Jules Vibart (Marie Devine's lover), Admiral Green (Philip
Green's father), pawnbroker at Bovington's Pawnshop where Green laid in wait for Shlessinger,

Dr. Leon Sterndale's unnamed Cornish mother, his unnamed estranged wife from whom he could not obtain a
divorce
Jack James, Hollis, Steiner (other spies who were caught and arrested), Mrs. Von Bork (his wife), Heinrich (his
cousin), Count Von und Zu Grafenstein (his uncle), Klopman (uncle's intended assassin), Professor Moriarty, Von
Bork's unnamed and unnumbered household staff, Franz Josef (source of the Imperial Tokay), Col. Moran, Irene
Adler, King of Bohemia
Sir George Lewis (HAMM; Damery's previous client, concerned with the Hammerford Will case) , Charlie Peace
(PEAC; real criminal mentioned by SH), Thomas Griffiths Wainwright (WAIN; real criminal mentioned by SH), Le
Brun (Baron's previous victim of assault who was crippled for life), "Dr. Hill Barton" (Watson's alias), Professor

Mrs. Watson (implied new wife), Baldy Simpson and Anderson (two fellow soldiers of Godfrey's who had been
killed in the battle at Buffelsspruit), unnamed doctor who had treated Godfrey in the leper hospital
Mrs. Harold, Miss Minnie Warrender (prior victims of Count Sylvius), unnamed cabmen and the commissionaire
who SH had as witnesses against Sylvius

Perkins (previous murder victim of Steve Dixie), Ferguson (retired sea captain who was the previous owner of
Mrs. Maberley's house), Klein (Isadora's late German husband who was a sugar magnate)
Vittoria the circus belle (VITT; case listed in SH's index), Vanderbilt and the Yeggman (VAND; case listed in SH's
index), Vigor the Hammersmith wonder (VIGO; case listed in SH's index), Ferguson's unnamed late wife,
Muirhead (his partner in their tea brokerage business in Mincing Lane)

Sir Hans Sloane (famous naturalist that Nathan Garrideb wanted to be compared with), "Dr. Lysander Starr"
(ficticious name that SH made up to test Evan's knowledge of Topeka, KS)


SH's unnamed new cook who apparently did a poor job of cooking hard-boiled eggs

unnamed student in Prague who sent Bennett a letter saying he had seen Prof Presbury there
J.G. Wood, (author of "Out of Doors", a book which described the Lion's Mane), Fitzroy's unnamed old uncle who
Maude feared would disinherit him if he knew of their engagement

Wombwell and Sanger (rival English showmen)
Sir James Falder (Lady Falder's late husband), St. Pancras Case (PANC; case handled by Merivale, a Scotland
Yard official who SH was helping), Shoscombe Prince (name of Sir Robert's racehorse), Sir James's unnamed

Carina (concert vocalist that SH went to hear at Albert Hall), Brickfall (Amberley's partner in the company he had
retired from)
Unpublished Cases Mentioned (in which Holmes was directly involved) 17, 18
Mr. Lestrade, who came three or four times in a single week (LEST), One morning a young girl
called, fashionably dressed (FASH), a gray-haired seedy visitor looking like a Jew peddler, (PEDL),
a slipshod elderly woman (ELDE), an old white-haired gentleman (GENT), a railway porter in his
velveteen uniform (RAIL)


Francois le Villard (VILL; french detective), Bishopgate jewel case (BISH), the most winning
woman I ever knew (WINN), the most repellent man of my aquaintance (REPE), the little domestic
complication of Mrs. Cecil Forrester (FORR)
the Trepoff murder (TREP), singular tragedy of the Atkinson brothers (ATKI), the reigning family of
Holland (HOLL), the Darlington substitution scandal (DARL), the Arnsworth Castle business
(ARNS), Watson's possible pre-Morstan wife (1MAR), who was Mrs. Turner ?? (TURN)


"We [John Clay and I] have had some skirmishes but we had not set eyes on each other before."
(CLAY)

the Dundas Separation Case (DUND), the reigning family of Holland (HOLL; see also SCAN), the
intricate matter from Marseilles (MARS), the disappearance of Mrs. Etherege's husband (ETHE)

                                          none mentioned

the Paradol Chamber (PARA) , the Amateur Mendicant Society (AMAT), British barque named
Sophy Anderson (SOPH), Grice Pattersons in the island of Uffa (GRIC), Tankerville Club scandal
(TANK; involving the aforementioned Major Prendergast), Camberwell poisoning case (CAMB), the
three cases in which Holmes claimed to have been beaten by men (BTN1, BTN2, BTN3)



" . . . and the rascally lascar who runs it has sworn to have vengeance upon me." (LASC)

                                          none mentioned




Mrs. Farintosh's case concerning an opal tiara (OPAL)




Colonel Warburton's madness (WARB; unpublished case referred to SH by Dr. Watson)
letter from a fish-monger (FISH), letter from a tide-waiter (TIDE), Lord Backwater's referral of SH
to Lord Robert St. Simon (BACK), the little problem of the Grosvenor Square furniture van (GROS),
the case involving the King of Scandinavia (KING)

                                          none mentioned
                                           none mentioned



                                           none mentioned


                                           none mentioned


                                           none mentioned


                                           none mentioned

the record of the Tarleton murders (TARL), the case of Vamberry the wine merchant (VAMB), the
adventure of the old Russian woman (RUSS), the singular affair of the aluminum crutch (ALUM) , a
full account of Ricoletti of the club-foot and his abominable wife (RICO)
The whole question of the Netherland-Sumatra Company and the colossal schemes of Baron
Maupertuis (NETH; unpublished case involving a swindler)
                                           none mentioned



"And the catalepsy?" . . . "It is very easy to imitate. I have done it myself." (CATA)


Adams and the Manor House case (MANO)

the Adventure of the Tired Captain (TIRE), "If it [litus paper] turns red, it means a man's life." . . .
."A very commonplace little murder." (INDI)


the matter of the French Government (FREN), the Royal Family of Scandinavia (ROYA)

Mathews who knocked out SH's left canine in the waiting room at Charing Cross (MATH), the death
of Mrs. Stewart, of Lauder, in 1887 (STEW; suspected prior victim of Col. Moran)

the papers of ex-president Murillo (MURI), the shocking affair of the Dutch steamship, Friesland
(FRIE), that terrible murderer, Bert Stevens, who wanted [Holmes and Watson] to get him off in
'87 (STEV)

                                           none mentioned

the persecution of John Vincent Harden, the well-known tobacco millionaire (HARD), Archie
Stamford, the forger (STAM)


the case of the Ferrers documents (FERR), the Abergavenny murder (ABEG)
the sudden death of Cardinal Tosca (TOSC), Wilson the notorious canary-trainer (WILS)

                                          none mentioned




the dreadful business of the Abernetty family (ABEN), the Conk-Singleton forgery case (CONK)
 . . . "Sherlock Holmes was pursuing some laborious researches in early English charters --
researches which led to results which were so striking that they may be the subject of one of my
future narratives." (CHAR)
the repulsive story of the Red Leech (REDL), the terrible death of Crosby the banker (CROS) 19, the
Addleton tragedy and the singular contents of the ancient British barrow (ADDL), the Smith-
Mortimer succession case (SMIT), tracking and arrest of Huret the boulevard assassin (BOUL)




Henry Staunton, whom Sherlock Holmes helped helped to hang (STAU)
the other four cases in which Sherlock Holmes was called in by Inspector Hopkins (HOP1, HOP2,
HOP3, and HOP4)


The woman at Margate who had no powder on her nose (MARG)
that little affair of the Vatican cameos (VATI), the little case in which SH helped Wilson (MESS),
one of the most revered names in England being blackmailed (BLAM), the atrocious conduct of
Colonel Upwood in connection with the famous card scandal at the Nonpareil Club (NONP), the
unfortunate Mme Montpensier and her stepdaughter Mlle Carere (MMEN)




the two cases in which Holmes helped Inspector MacDonald (MAC1, MAC2)




the case involving Colonel Carruthers (CARR)


Aldridge and the bogus laundry affair (BOGU)


the affair of Mr. Fairdale Hobbs, who was a lodger of Mrs. Warren in the previous year (HOBB)
Brooks (BROO), and Woodhouse (WOOD) past villains who would kill Sherlock Holmes if they could
                                            none mentioned


the case of old Abrahams who was in such mortal terror of his life, and on which SH was working
at the start of this case (ABRA)

Dr. Moore Agar, of Harley Street (AGAR; the physician who ordered SH to take a vacation and
whose dramatic introduction to Holmes may some day be recounted by Dr. Watson)

I started my pilgrimmage at Chicago . . . (CHIC) . . . Graduated in an Irish secret society at Buffalo
. . . (IRIS) . . . Gave serious trouble to the constabulary at Skibbareen . . . (SKIB) . . . It was I also
who saved fom murder . . . Count Von und Zu Grafenstein (GRAF)

                                            none mentioned


the commission from the Sultan of Turkey (SULT), SH's unpublished professional service to Sir
James Saunders (SIRJ)
Baron Dowson (DOWS; villain from an unpublished case who acknowledged SH's ability for
disguise)

the trifling matter of Mortimer Maberley (MABE; Mrs. Maberley's late husband who had used SH's
services some years before)

the ship named Matilda Briggs, which was associated with the Giant Rat of Sumatra (GRAT), Victor
Lynch the forger (LYNC), Venomous lizard, or Gila (GILA)

 . . . "it was in the same month that Holmes refused a knighthood for services which may perhaps
some day be described." (SERV)

Isadora Persano and the remarkable worm (ISAD), disappearance of James Phillimore (PHIL),
disappearance of the cutter "Alicia" (ALIC)

                                            none mentioned

                                            none mentioned


The Politician, the Lighthouse, and the Trained Cormorant (POLI)
the case of the coiner that SH ran down by identifying the zinc and copper filings in the seam of
his cuff (COIN)


the case of the two Coptic Patriarchs (2COP)
"Storykiller"




If the Villains had NOT placed that cardboard note on the door and had paid
Wilson his 4 pounds, he would NOT have consulted SH. Thus they might
have gotten away with the crime over the weekend as they had planned.




If Turner had murdered Mc Carthy right away, there would be no story. He
could have done this, because he already killed men during holdups.




If Neville St. Clair had remained quiet at the window, his wife would not
have seen him, there would be no need for him to "disappear", and Holmes
would not have been called in.


If Peterson was not as honest as he was, there would be no story to tell.




If Hatty Doran had not married Francis Moulton in the first place, this story
would probably not have happened.

If Holder had left the Beryl Coronet in his safe at work, there would be no
story to tell.
If Colonel Spence Munro had taken Violet Hunter with him and his children
when he was transferred to Nova Scotia, this story may not have happened.
After all, she worked for him for five years. Why not take her with them?
If John Straker approached the horse from the front, as any experienced
horseman should have done, he might have possibly gotten away with his
scheme, thus killing the whole story.
If Effie had immediately confided in Grant, this story would not have
happened.

If Pycroft hadn't noticed the bad gold filling in both of the "Pinner brothers"
mouths, he might not have consulted Sherlock Holmes.
If the convicts did not turn around to go back to the 'Gloria Scott' wreckage,
they would not have rescued Hudson, and this story probably would not
have happened.

If Brunton hadn't dumped Rachel Howells, then this story would never have
happened.




If Blessington had simply left England after testifying against the rest of the
gang, they may not have been able to find him, and there would be no story
to tell.




If Percy Phelps had carried the documents with him when he went to check
on his coffee, there would be no story.




How does one cheat in a game of "whist"? . . . There was no motive for
Colonel Moran to murder Adair, but if he had not murdered him, SH may not
have returned to London, and this story might not exist.




If Elsie had immediately confided in Hilton when she received the letter from
America, this story would not have happened.




If the Duke had indeed married the mother of his son James, this story
would fail to exist.
If Soames had not left the exam out his desk for Gilchrist to see through the
window, this story may not have happened.
As SH himself stated, if Smith had NOT siezed the pince-nez from Anna,
there would have have been no clue, she would have able to see a clear
getaway path, and would probably have escaped detection.




If Crocker had expressed his feelings towards Mary when he first met her on
his ship, she may not have married Eustace, and thus no story to tell.

If Trelawney Hope had left the document in his safe at work, rather than
taking it home with him, there would be no mystery for SH to solve.




If Birdy Edwards had given up his wedding ring and put it on Ted Baldwin's
corpse, he might have completely gotten away with his ruse.




If Browner spelled out Sarah's name (instead of a single "S" in the address),
Susan wouldn't have opened it, and would not have called in the police.
If Cadogan West had confided in Violet Westbury, there would be no story
to tell.




If Mortimer Tregennis waited for Sterndale to completely leave England and
get back to Africa before he committed the murder, he might have gotten
away with it.




If Amberley had simply opened ALL his windows, there would have been no
smell of gas needing to be covered up by the odour of fresh paint, and thus,
no story to tell.
  BIBLIOGRAPHY, REFERENCES, and FOOTNOTES                           (v.10.1 01-26-12)

  Bibliography:

  Literature consulted:

  "Rand Mc Nally Road Atlas of Britain", 1992 version, © Harper-Collins Publishers Ltd. 1991
  "A-Z Great Britain Road Atlas", 2004 version, © Geographers' A-Z Map Company Ltd. 2003
  "The Encylopaedia Sherlockiana", Jack W. Tracy, Doubleday & Co. © 1977
  "The Canonical Compendium", Stephen Clarkson, Calabash Press © 1992

  Websites consulted:

  http://www.sherlockpeoria.net/Who_is_Sherlock/SherlockTimeline.html          by   Brad Keefauver
  http://www.sherlockian.net                                                   by   Chris Redmond
  http://www.221bakerstreet.org                                                by   Michael Sherman
  http://members.aol.com/mfrankland/home.htm                                   by   David Richardson
  http://www.diogenes-club.com                                                 by   David N. Cisler
  http://www.mikekrejci.com/Doyle/index.phtml                                  by   Mike Krejci
  http://www.camdenhouse.ignisart.com                                          by   R. Wilcox
  http://www.dunwich.org/tv/sherlock/sherlock.html                             by   Baptiste Marcel
  http:///www.mapquest.com
  http://www.bluepointstudio.com/www/products/pocketearth.html


  References and Footnotes:

1 Michael Harrison, In the Footsteps of Sherlock Holmes (New York: Berkley Publishing
   Corp, 1972), pp.108-110

2 Although the questions posed here are my own, there will necessarily be some duplication and
     overlap with questions posed by others. For a much more extensive list of thought-provoking
     questions, see Rosemary Michaud's articles here:   http://www.sherlockian.net/canon/halloa/

3 William S. Baring-Gould, The Annotated Sherlock Holmes (New York: Clarkson N. Potter, Inc.,
   1967), 2nd ed., volume 2, p. 753 footnote #3 and p.761 footnote #14

4 David L. Hammer, The Game is Afoot (Dubuque, IA: Gasogene Press, Ltd, 1983), pp. 168-175

5 Michael Harrison, pp. 266-272

6 Since SH was operating out of The Cedars, he had to have been there at least once before he
    met Watson at the Bar of Gold. Adding a mile or two for his local inquiries around Lee, we
    then have 33.7 + 20 + 2 = 55.7 miles total mile traveled

7 David L. Hammer, pp.100-105

8 Ibid., pp 143-150
 9 Although Hammer postulated that the town of *Crendall is in reality Cookham (pp.130-131),
     I will stand with my original supposition that Shoscombe was located near the horse racing
     locale of Newbury, and have used the distance from Baker Street to there.

10 David L. Hammer, pp.128-129

11 Jack Tracy, The Encyclopaedia Sherlockiana (New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1977), p. 272

12 Georges Cuvier (1769-1832)        http://www.victorianweb.org/science/cuvier.html

13 Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) see the following:
   Philip A. Shreffler, "Holmes and Thoreau," Baker Street Journal , vol 19 #3 (Sept, 1969), 149
   Walter P. Armstrong, "The Literary Holmes", Baker Street Journal , vol 44 #3 (Sept, 1994), 137

14 Stephen Clarkson, The Canonical Compendium (British Columbia: Calabash Press, 1999), p.427

15 The number in parentheses indicates the number of illustrations done by the artist. See this link:
   http://www.camdenhouse.ignisart.com/gallery/index.html
   (formerly www.bakerstreet221b.de/canon/ and has changed since earlier versions of this Database)

16 averaged measurements taken from A-Z Road Atlas, Rand McNally Atlas, and mapquest.com

17 taken from data compiled by Philip K. Jones in his paper entitled, "The Untold Tales - Analyzed"
     These data consist of the generally agreed upon "unpublished cases", as well as those which
     support all the pastiche he has found that tell these tales. To obtain a copy of his paper, contact
   Mr. Jones via e-mail: Illdressed_vagabond@yahoo.com

18 Philip K. Jones, "Codes for the Apocrypha and the Untold Tales", The Shoso-in Bulletin , vol 14,
     (2004), pp. 103-114

19 As Mr. Jones points out in "The Untold Tales - Analyzed", it is unclear whether the Red Leech
    and the death of Crosby the banker are the same or are different cases. Thus, they are being
    treated as two separate cases, in case they actually are. ;-)

20 These titles may originate from internal references within the Canon, as well as to those found
    outside the Canon. In either case, these titles do not represent new or "unpublished" stories,
     and are simply alternative names for the established existing cases.

21 Leslie Klinger, The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes (New York: WW Norton & Co., Inc., 2005),
    p. 1272

22 Ibid., p.1310

23 The Random House College Dictionary , ed. Jess Stein, revised edition (New York: Random House,
    Inc., 1984), p. 1258

24 Thanks to correspondence from Mr. Keith Albrant. He writes:

   "Although I have been so far unable to document the total number of
   illustrations appearing in the initial Lippincott Magazine issue of February
   1990, apparently Herbert Denman rendered the front piece illustration (see:
   Donald A[itcheson] Redmond, Sherlock Holmes Among the Pirates: Copyright and
   Conan Doyle in America 1890–1930 (New York: Greenwood Press, 1990), 115. See
   http://books.google.com/books?id=1MOTFsvCFVMC (accessed 8 Mar. 2009).

   Moreover, this original illustration is reproduced in at least two sources:
   Klinger, Leslie S., ed., The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes , vol. 3, The
   Novels: A Study in Scarlet, The Sign of Four, The Hound of the Baskervilles,
   The Valley of Fear , by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (New York: W. W. Norton, 2005),
   360; and William S[tuart]Baring-Gould, The Annotated Sherlock Holmes: The
   Four Novels and Fifty-Six Short Stories Complete , by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
   (New York: Wings Books, 1992), 679.

   In addition, the WorldCat database indicates following libraries have a copy
   of the original magazine, noted simply as “illustrated”: Doyle, Arthur Conan,
   “The Sign of the Four, or, The Problem of the Sholtos,” Lippincott’s Monthly
   Magazine 45, no. 266 (Feb. 1890): [145]-223. "

25 Thanks again to correspondence from Mr. Keith Albrant. He has written an excellent monograph on the
   subject of the illustrators involved with "A Study in Scarlet" ! To obtain a copy of it, please contact him at:
   kalbran1@san.rr.com




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                ENGLISH CURRENCY in the 1890's                 (v.10.1 01-26-12)

       pence      shilling    crown     pound       guinea

          0.5
            1
            2
            3
            6         0.5
           12           1
           30         2.5         0.5
           60           5           1
          120          10           2       0.5
          240          20           4         1
          126        10.5         2.1     0.525          0.5
          252          21         4.2      1.05            1

                farthing = 0.25 cent              florin = 2s =0.1£

       As a rough approximation, 1 pound in Sherlock Holmes's time would be the equivalent
       of about $105 in today's money 22. Based on that value, we can then see that:

STUD   Watsons stated that the income from his pension was about $60 a day.
       Drebber and Stangerson paid Mrs. Charpentier $105 a day each to rent rooms in her house.
       Enoch Drebber had over $800 on him when his body was found in Lauriston Gardens

SIGN   When Sherlock Holmes paid his "Baker Street Irregulars" he was giving each boy the
       equivalent of a $5 bill, which was a fair bit of change, even by today's standards.

SCAN   Holmes estimated that the King's pair of horses were worth over $33,000, and he
       earned over $100,000 for helping the King in this case.

REDH   Jabez Wilson thus earned an extra $420 a week by copying the Encyclopedia for the
       Red Headed League.

IDEN   Uncle Ned left Mary Sutherland over $260,000, but she was only able to draw the interest
       in the amount of 4.5% of that, or $11,812 per year. Mary also earned a living by typing
       15-20 sheets a day @ twopence per sheet or the equivalent of $13-$17.50 per day

BOSC   currency not mentioned (except for unspecified amount of gold that Turner had robbed)

FIVE   Joseph Openshaw inherited his brother Elias's estate, which included almost $1.5 million in cash

TWIS   When Neville St. Clair threw his coat out the window, he also threw away $243.25

BLUE   The Countess of Morcar's "Blue Carbuncle" was valued at $2.1 million and the reward
       for its return was over $100,000

SPEC   Helen Stoner's mother had a yearly income of over $115,000 which she turned over to Roylott.
       This income had dropped to about $79,000 when SH took the case. Upon their marriages, the
       Stoner sisters were entitled to a share of this yearly income, amounting to over $26,000 each.

ENGR   Hatherley only grossed about $2900 in his first two years of business, but was offered
       over $5500 for one night's work by Col. Lysander Stark

NOBL   Francis Moulton paid the equivalent of only about $40 a night for a hotel room and
       $3.50 for a glass of sherry during his stay in a supposedly very expensive hotel!
       Both breakfast and lunch cost the same amount of about $13 and a cocktail cost him $5

BERY   When Alexander Holder's (unknown) Client applied for a loan, using the "Beryl Coronet"
       as collateral, he was asking for the "trifling sum" of $5.25 million in today's money!
       Holmes, in disguise, purchased a old pair of Sir George Burnwell's shoes for less than $3

COPP   Violet Smith had earned $420 per month as a governess for Colonel Spence Munro, but was
       offered $10,500 a year to start with Rucastle. She eventually accepted the job at $12,600 a year.

SILV   Straker was found with a statement in his pocket showing that he had spent almost $4000 on
       clothing for his mistress. SH remarked that one of the articles was an outfit costing over $2400

YELL   Holmes estimated the value of Grant Munro's pipe at about $40. His wife wanted $10,500 from
       him, which was more than the $8400 he was spending on his yearly rent for their villa at Norbury

STOC   Hall Pycroft was scheduled to earn $420 a week at Mawsons but was approached by
       "Harry Pinner" and offered a starting salary of $52,500 a year

GLOR

MUSG   currency not mentioned (except for old coins from the reign of King Charles the First)

REIG   Holmes suggested that old Cunningham offer a $52,500 reward for information regarding the
       apparent burglary of his house and the murder of his coachman William Kirwan

CROO

RESI   The Blessington gang had robbed the Worthington Bank of over $700,000 and killed the watchman

GREE   Wilson Kemp "paid" Mr. Melas five sovereigns for his services, equivalent to about $525 today
       ( a sovereign was a gold coin, in circulation until 1914, equal to one pound sterling 23)

NAVA

FINA

EMPT   Ronald Adair had won over $44,000 in a single card game with Colonel Moran as his partner

NORW

DANC   Holmes found over $100,000 in Mrs. Cubitt's handbag
SOLI

PRIO   Holmes earned $630,000 as the "reward" from the Duke of Holdernesse.

BLAC   Patrick Cairns was willing to work for "Captain Basil" for $840 per month, and "Basil" gave
       $50 each to James Lacaster and Hugh Pattins just for applying for the same job!

CHAS   Charles Augustus Milverton demanded blackmail of $735,000 from Lady Eva Blackwell, and Holmes
       unsuccessfully attempted a compromise offer of $210,000

SIXN   Mr. Sandeford paid less than $79 for his copy of the Napoleon bust, but Sherlock Holmes bought it
       from him for over $1000
3STU
GOLD

MISS   Godfrey Staunton paid over $1400 in medical bills to Dr. Armstrong

ABBE
SECO
HOUN   Sir Charles Baskerville's entire estate was worth $105 million

VALL   Holmes stated that he occasionally paid Porlock over $1000 for information
WIST
CARD
REDC   Gennaro Lucca offered Mrs. Warren $525 per week to rent two rooms in her house,
       which was double the rate she was asking at the time

BRUC   Sherlock Holmes stated that his brother Mycroft earned $47,250 a year working for the government
       Cadogan West had almost $300 on him when his body was found outside Aldgate Station

DYIN   Watson had five half-crowns in his pocket, the equivalent of 12.5 shillings, or over $65 in today's money

LADY

DEVI   currency not mentioned

LAST   Holmes earned only a paltry $52,500 in his final case fighting German spies.
ILLU
BLAN

MAZA   The yellow "Crown Diamond" stolen from Whitehall was valued at over $10 million.

3GAB   SH managed to get $525,000 from Isadora Klein to pay for Mary Maberley's trip around the world
SUSS
3GAR
THOR
CREE
LION
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SHOS   Sir Robert Norbertson netted $8.4 million when Shoscombe Prince won the Derby

RETI   Josiah Amberley's wife and lover reportedly fled with some $735,000 worth of cash and securities
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Baker Street Irregular Member   year   Investiture                                source
* Austin, Bliss                 1944   The Engineer's Thumb                       ENGR
* Dodge, Laurence P.            1944   The Six Napoleons                          SIXN
* Hall, William S.              1944   The Blue Carbuncle                         BLUE
* Hammond, Roland               1944   Silver Blaze                               SILV
* Honce, Charles                1944   The Empty House                            EMPT
* McKee, Wilbur K.              1944   The Solitary Cyclist                       SOLI
* Morley, Christopher           1944   The Sign of the Four                       SIGN
* Morley, Felix                 1944   The Second Stain                           SECO
* Morley, Frank V.              1944   The Three Garridebs                        3GAR
* Smith, Edgar W.               1944   The Hound of the Baskervilles              HOUN
* Starrett, Vincent             1944   A Study in Scarlet                         STUD
* Stone, P. M.                  1944   The Speckled Band                          SPEC
* Tucker, Rufus                 1944   The Greek Interpreter                      GREE
* Walbridge, Earle F.           1944   The Sussex Vampire                         SUSS
* Wigglesworth, Belden          1944   The Man with the Twisted Lip               TWIS
* Wolff, Julian                 1944   The Red-Headed League                      REDH
* Abramson, Ben                 1949   The Beryl Coronet                          BERY
* Boucher, Anthony              1949   The Valley of Fear                         VALL
* Christ, Jay Finley            1949   The Final Problem                          FINA
* Clarke, Richard W.            1949   The Copper Beeches                         COPP
* Davis, Elmer                  1949   A Case of Identity                         IDEN
* Keddie, James, Jr.            1949   The Crooked Man                            CROO
* Leavitt, Robert Keith         1949   The Cardboard Box                          CARD
* Marshall, Leslie              1949   A Scandal in Bohemia                       SCAN
* McLauchlin, Russell           1949   The Naval Treaty                           NAVA
* Montgomery, James             1949   The Red Circle                             REDC
* Pratt, Fletcher               1949   The Dancing Men                            DANC
* Robertson, Allen              1949   The Reigate Squires                        REIG
* Stout, Rex                    1949   The Boscombe Valley Mystery                BOSC
* Andrew, Clifton R.            1950   Shoscombe Old Place                        SHOS
* Bengis, Nathan L.             1950   The Lion's Mane                            LION
* Dannay, Frederic              1950   The Dying Detective                        DYIN
* Frisbie, Owen P.              1950   The Musgrave Ritual                        MUSG
* Goodman, Charles              1950   The Stockbroker's Clerk                    STOC
* Haycraft, Howard              1950   The Devil's Foot                           DEVI
* Oursler, Fulton               1950   The Abbey Grange                           ABBE
* Williamson, Jerry Neal        1950   The Illustrious Client                     ILLU
* Anderson, Carl H.             1951   The Resident Patient                       RESI
* Boswell, Rolfe                1951   The Five Orange Pips                       FIVE
* Clapp, Roger                  1951   Wilson, the Notorious Canary Trainer       BLAC
* Clark, Benjamin S.            1951   The Retired Colourman                      RETI
* Davenport, Basil              1951   Thor Bridge                                THOR
* George, Isaac S.              1951   The Veiled Lodger                          VEIL
* Greig, Peter                  1951   The Three Gables                           3GAB
* Hand, Herbert T., Jr.         1951   The Missing Three-Quarter                  MISS
* Heldenbrand, Page             1951   Charles Augustus Milverton                 CHAS
* Keller, Cyril A.              1951   The Colossal Schemes of Baron Maupertuis   REIG
* Macy, George                  1951   The Bruce-Partington Plans                 BRUC
* Petersen, Svend            1951   The Mazarin Stone                                           MAZA
* Randall, David A.          1951   The Golden Pince-Nez                                        GOLD
* Starr, Herbert W.          1951   The Three Students                                          3STU
* Stix, Thomas L.            1951   The Darlington Substitution Scandal                         SCAN
* Ward, Norman W.            1951   The Priory School                                           PRIO
* Waters, Frank A.           1951   The Yellow Face                                             YELL
* Wellman, Manly Wade        1951   Wisteria Lodge                                              WIST
* Baring-Gould, William S.   1952   The *Gloria Scott*                                          GLOR
* Bartlett, Edward           1952   The Man with the Twisted Lip                                TWIS
* Denton, Lloyd H.           1952   The Noble Bachelor                                          NOBL
* Harris, Robert G.          1952   The Creeping Man                                            CREE
* Hoffman, Richard H.        1952   The Beryl Coronet                                           BERY
* Iraldi, James C.           1952   The Blanched Soldier                                        BLAN
* Nelson, James              1952   Lady Frances Carfax                                         LADY
* Rosenblum, Morris          1952   The Greek Interpreter                                       GREE
* Crocker, Stephen F.        1953   The Norwood Builder                                         NORW
* Cumings, Thayer            1953   His Last Bow                                                LAST
* Gore-Booth, Baron          1953   The Three Gables                                            3GAB
* Lang, Milton C.            1953   The Abbey Grange                                            ABBE
* Palmer, Joe                1953   Silver Blaze                                                SILV
  Montag, Tony               1954   Vamberry, the Wine Merchant                                 MUSG
* Hogan, John V. L.          1954   The Aluminium Crutch                                        MUSG
* Holstein, Leon S.          1954   The Tired Captain                                           NAVA
* Pattrick, Robert R.        1954   The Politician, the Lighthouse, and the Trained Cormorant   VEIL
* Schenck, Remsen Ten Eyck   1954   The Tarleton Murders                                        MUSG
* Simpson, A. Carson         1954   The Conk-Singleton Forgery Case                             SIXN
  Bready, James H.           1955   The Disappearance of James Phillimore                       THOR
  Levine, Arthur L.          1955   The Cutter *Alicia*                                         THOR
* Blomquist, Alvin E.        1955   Isadora Persano                                             THOR
* Chujoy, Anatole            1955   The Old Russian Woman                                       MUSG
* Donegall, Marquis of       1955   The Manor House Case                                        GREE
* Hardenbrook, Don           1955   Huret, the Boulevard Assassin                               GOLD
* Hunter, Rosser W.          1955   The Singular Adventures of the Grice Patersons              FIVE
* Kilroe, Edward             1955   The Sudden Death of Cardinal Tosca                          BLAC
* Passen, William            1955   The Camberwell Poisoning Case                               FIVE
* Rabe, W. T.                1955   Colonel Warburton's Madness                                 ENGR
* Rice, Otis R.              1955   The Non-Conformist Clergyman                                SCAN
* Smith, Red (Walter W.)     1955   The Netherland-Sumatra Company                              REIG
* Whelan, Thomas A.          1955   The Vatican Cameos                                          HOUN
* Williams, H. B.            1955   Old Abrahams                                                LADY
* Beckemeyer, Doyle W.       1956   Young Stamford                                              STUD
* Clarkson, Paul S.          1956   The Red Leech                                               GOLD
* Dalliba, William Swift     1956   Count Von und Zu Grafenstein                                LAST
* Dickensheet, Dean W.       1956   Vamberry, the Wine Merchant                                 MUSG
* Feldman, Lew D.            1956   The Hammerford Will Case                                    ILLU
* Fenton, Irving M.          1956   The Singular Tragedy of the Atkinson Brothers               SCAN
* Hadley, Rollin V., Jr.     1956   Ricoletti of the Club Foot                                  MUSG
* Holzapfel, John            1956   The Papers of Ex-President Murillo                          NORW
* Kreuzberger, George        1956   Archie Stamford, the Forger                                 SOLI
* Oursler, Will                1956   The Abbey Grange                       ABBE
* McDade, Thomas M.            1957   The Dancing Men                        DANC
* McDiarmid, E. W.             1957   The Bruce-Partington Plans             BRUC
* Steinbrunner, Chris          1957   The Tankerville Club Scandal           FIVE
* Zeisler, Ernest Bloomfield   1957   The Golden Pince-Nez                   GOLD
  Hoffman, Everett C.          1958   Merridew of Abominable Memory          EMPT
  Weiss, David A.              1958   Crosby, the Banker                     GOLD
* Akers, Arthur K.             1958   The Bishopgate Jewel Case              SIGN
* Fisher, Charles              1958   The *Matilda Briggs*                   SUSS
* Guymon, E. T., Jr.           1958   The Veiled Lodger                      VEIL
* Howard, Samuel F.            1958   The Dutch Steamship *Friesland*        NORW
* Matthews, Robert E., Jr.     1958   The Coptic Patriarchs                  RETI
* Offord, Lenore Glen          1958   The Old Russian Woman                  MUSG
* Palmer, Stuart               1958   The Remarkable Worm                    THOR
* Wells, George E.             1958   The Paradol Chamber                    FIVE
  Blau, Peter E.               1959   Black Peter                            BLAC
  Clyne, Robert C.             1959   The Opal Tiara                         SPEC
  Starr, Edward                1959   The Bogus Laundry Affair               CARD
  Steele, Robert H.            1959   The Scowrers                           VALL
* Bigelow, S. Tupper           1959   The Five Orange Pips                   FIVE
* Henriksen, A. D.             1959   A Case of Identity                     IDEN
* Stern, Allison               1959   Silver Blaze                           SILV
  Merritt, Russell L.          1960   The Trepoff Murder                     SCAN
* Anderson, Poul               1960   The Dreadful Abernetty Business        SIXN
* Ball, John, Jr.              1960   The Oxford Flier                       MISS
* Buchholtz, James             1960   James Stanger of the *Herald*          VALL
* Frier, Robert B.             1960   Colonel Upwood                         HOUN
* Hart, Thomas                 1960   The Abergavenny Murders                PRIO
* Mather, Philip R.            1960   The Case of Fairdale Hobbs             REDC
* Morgan, Robert S.            1960   A Simple Case                          BERY
* Moriarty, Daniel L.          1960   The Napoleon of Crime                  FINA
* Sauvage, Leo                 1960   Victor Savage                          DYIN
  McCormack, George            1961   Hosmer Angel                           IDEN
  Schulz, Theodore G.          1961   The Amateur Mendicant Society          FIVE
  Schutz, Robert H.            1961   The Arnsworth Castle Business          SCAN
* Brean, Herbert               1961   The Ferrers Documents                  PRIO
* Daniels, Thomas L.           1961   The Giant Rat of Sumatra               SUSS
* Helling, Cornelis            1961   The Reigning Family of Holland         SCAN
* Lauritzen, Henry             1961   The Royal Family of Scandinavia        FINA
* Lawson, Douglas              1961   The Grosvenor Square Furniture Van     NOBL
* Paxton, R. Irving            1961   Mr. Sandeford, of Reading              SIXN
* Prestige, Colin Gwynne       1961   Captain Jack Crocker                   ABBE
* Robb, Alexander M.           1961   The Addleton Tragedy                   GOLD
* Smith, Edgar P.              1961   The Smith-Mortimer Succession Case     GOLD
* Souser, Kenneth              1961   Vigor, the Hammersmith Wonder          SUSS
* Stix, Thomas L., Jr.         1961   The Norwood Builder                    NORW
* Carver, Robert Q.            1962   The Case of Mme. Montpensier           HOUN
  Deutsch, Irwin F.            1962   The Intricate Matter from Marseilles   IDEN
  Gillies, Joseph              1962   The Aluminium Crutch                   MUSG
  Mangler, Robert J.        1962   Sir Hugo Baskerville                                        HOUN
* Grady, Thomas F.          1962   Mr. Hilton Soames, of the College of St. Luke's             3STU
* Hogan, John C.            1962   The Binomial Theorem                                        FINA
* Klinefelter, Walter       1962   The British Barque *Sophy Anderson*                         FIVE
* Lauterbach, Charles E.    1962   Thorneycroft Huxtable, M.A., Ph.D., etc.                    PRIO
* MacDougald, Duncan, Jr.   1962   Brunton, the Butler, of Hurlstone                           MUSG
* Mahoney, Tom              1962   The Case of John Vincent Harden                             SOLI
* Naganuma, Kohki           1962   The Curious Incident of Sherlock Holmes in Japan            n.a.
* Parker, Robert G.         1962   A Garrotter by Trade                                        EMPT
* Edwards, Ralph E.         1963   Dr. Barnicot                                                SIXN
* Clark, Edward F., Jr.     1963   The Matter of the French Government                         FINA
* Drake, Stillman           1963   Porlock                                                     VALL
* Hahn, Robert W.           1963   Colonel Ross                                                SILV
* Hoffmann, Banesh          1963   The Dynamics of an Asteroid                                 VALL
* Holroyd, James Edward     1963   The St. Pancras Case                                        SHOS
* Jenkins, William D.       1963   Sahara King                                                 VEIL
* Kasson, Philip            1963   The Dundas Separation Case                                  IDEN
* Merriman, Charles O.      1963   Colonel Hayter                                              REIG
  Ruber, Peter A.           1964   Camden House                                                EMPT
* Anderson, James L.        1964   Inspector Baynes, Surrey Constabulary                       WIST
* Beerman, Herman           1964   Sir James Saunders                                          BLAN
* Burrows, George F.        1964   Dr. Grimesby Roylott                                        SPEC
* Carey, Eugene F.          1964   Dr. James Mortimer                                          HOUN
* Duschnes, Philip C.       1964   *The Martyrdom of Man*                                      SIGN
* Guthrie, Douglas          1964   The Field Bazaar                                            n.a.
* Harrison, Michael         1964   The Camberwell Poisoning Case                               FIVE
* Meaker, Samuel R.         1964   Sir Jasper Meek                                             DYIN
* Smith, William R.         1964   The Red Circle                                              REDC
* Wolf, Ben                 1964   Vernet, the French Artist                                   GREE
  Folsom, Henry T.          1965   The Golden Pince-Nez                                        GOLD
* Foster, Alan H.           1965   A Commission from the Sultan of Turkey                      BLAN
  Koelle, John B.           1965   The Sussex Vampire                                          SUSS
  Lauterbach, Edward S.     1965   Thorneycroft Huxtable, M.A., Ph.D., etc.                    PRIO
* Lesh, Richard D.          1965   The Fatal Battle of Maiwand                                 STUD
  Swanson, Martin J.        1965   The Dundas Separation Case                                  IDEN
* Clark, John D.            1965   The Politician, the Lighthouse, and the Trained Cormorant   VEIL
* Eustace, Frank J., Jr.    1965   Cox and Co.                                                 THOR
* Hoff, Ebbe Curtis         1965   Dr. Leslie Armstrong                                        MISS
* Howland, Charles B.       1965   Sir James Damery                                            ILLU
* Kimball, Elliot           1965   Professor Coram                                             GOLD
* Levinson, David           1965   Count Von und Zu Grafenstein                                LAST
* Shaw, John Bennett        1965   The Hans Sloane of My Age                                   3GAR
* Van Liere, Edward J.      1965   The Priory School                                           PRIO
  Redmond, Chris            1966   Billy                                                       VALL
* Hendrickson, John R.      1966   The Musgrave Ritual                                         MUSG
* Hourwich, George K.       1966   Sutro, the Lawyer                                           3GAB
* Johnston, Ames            1966   The Missing Three-Quarter                                   MISS
* McCabe, John              1966   Those Chaldean Roots . . . of the Great Celtic Speech       DEVI
* Morrow, L. A.             1966   The Grice Patersons in the Island of Uffa                   FIVE
* Norris, Luther           1966   Monsieur Oscar Meunier, of Grenoble             EMPT
* Reppert, Ralph           1966   Horace Harker                                   VALL
  Cox, J. Randolph         1967   The Conk-Singleton Forgery Case                 SIXN
  Silverstein, Albert      1967   Professor Presbury                              CREE
* Blakeney, T. S.          1967   A Norwegian Named Sigerson                      EMPT
* Krejci-Graf, Karl        1967   Baron Gruner, the Austrian                      ILLU
* Lawrence, Edgar H.       1967   The *Matilda Briggs*                            SUSS
* MacKenzie, Stanley       1967   The Man with the Twisted Lip                    TWIS
* Park, Orlando            1967   The Final Problem                               FINA
* Rhode, Franklin          1967   My Old Friend Charlie Peace                     ILLU
  Aronson, Marvin E.       1968   Penrose Fisher                                  DYIN
  Belanger, Terry          1968   Cartwright                                      HOUN
  Earle, Ralph, II         1968   Joyce Cummings                                  THOR
  Griffin, Daniel          1968   General de Merville                             ILLU
  Kennedy, Bruce           1968   Bannister                                       3STU
  Lindfors, Bernth         1968   Thor Bridge                                     THOR
  Rouby, Jason             1968   Vanderbilt and the Yeggman                      SUSS
* Hartman, Harry           1968   The Ancient British Barrow                      GOLD
* Herst, Herman, Jr.       1968   Colonel Emsworth, V.C.                          BLAN
* Hoerr, Willmer A.        1968   The Famous Card Scandal of the Nonpareil Club   HOUN
* Kaegebehn, Charles       1968   Birdy Edwards                                   VALL
* Kelly, Fred              1968   Robert Ferguson                                 SUSS
* Wait, Richard            1968   The Speckled Band                               SPEC
  De Waal, Ronald B.       1969   Lomax, the Sub-Librarian                        ILLU
  Fletcher, George         1969   The Cardboard Box                               CARD
  John, George             1969   Sir Jasper Meek                                 DYIN
  Mannion, Rodney          1969   Shoscombe Old Place                             SHOS
  Musto, David F.          1969   Dr. Anstruther                                  BOSC
  Redmond, Donald A.       1969   Good Old Index                                  SUSS
  Saunders, James B.       1969   The Beryl Coronet                               BERY
* Sherman, Philip          1969   The Six Napoleons                               SIXN
* Fox, Lyttleton           1969   The *Gloria Scott*                              GLOR
* Haas, J. Hoxie, Jr.      1969   Wisteria Lodge                                  WIST
* Kalt, Bryson R.          1969   Charles Augustus Milverton                      CHAS
* Nieminski, John          1969   Abe Slaney                                      DANC
  Lebowitz, Mo             1970   Arthur H. Staunton, the Forger                  MISS
  Wolff, Ira               1970   Douglas Maberly                                 3GAB
* Clarkson, Paul S., Jr.   1970   Morse Hudson                                    SIXN
* Foss, Thomas Frederick   1970   Colonel James Barclay                           CROO
* King, Martin J.          1970   Mr. James M. Dodd                               BLAN
* Luther, Howard           1970   The Duke of Holdernesse                         PRIO
* Pond, Walter             1970   Brunton, the Butler, of Hurlstone               MUSG
  de Groat, Raymond A.     1971   Harraway                                        VALL
* Brodie, Robert N.        1971   The *Gloria Scott*                              GLOR
* Derleth, August          1971   Inspector Baynes, of the Surrey Constabulary    WIST
* Fairlie, Matthew         1971   Barrymore                                       HOUN
* Fish, Robert L.          1971   Barker, My Hated Rival                          RETI
* Potter, H. C.            1971   The Final Problem                               FINA
* Wilson, Evan M.          1971   The Right Honourable Trelawney Hope             SECO
* Wolff, Ezra A.            1971   Sir James Damery                        ILLU
  Crotty, John P.           1972   Dr. James Mortimer                      HOUN
  Fox, Matthew              1972   Vigor, the Hammersmith Wonder           SUSS
  Fusco, Andrew G.          1972   Athelney Jones                          SIGN
* Galerstein, David         1972   Bert Stevens                            NORW
* Galerstein, David         1972   Tobias Gregson                          STUD
  Martin, Alastair          1972   Colonel Sebastian Moran                 EMPT
* Rosenberger, Edgar S.     1972   Neville St. Clair                       TWIS
  Yates, Donald A.          1972   The Greek Interpreter                   GREE
* Davis, Norman M.          1972   The Grosvenor Square Furniture Van      NOBL
* Fleischauer, William E.   1972   Josiah Brown                            SIXN
* Merrill, Edward A.        1972   Palladio                                ABBE
* Nolan, Norman S.          1972   Godfrey Norton                          SCAN
  Cochran, Leonard          1973   Cardinal Tosca                          BLAC
  Peck, Andrew Jay          1973   Inspector Baynes, Surrey Constabulary   WIST
  Schrandt, John            1973   Inspector Stanley Hopkins               BLAC
* Lowndes, Robert A. W.     1973   Langdale Pike                           3GAB
* Paulison, Keith           1973   Mr. John Scott Eccles                   WIST
* Pinson, Rex, Jr.          1973   Inspector G. Lestrade                   STUD
  Evans, Constantine        1974   The Diogenes Club                       GREE
  Lellenberg, Jon L.        1974   Rodger Prescott                         3GAR
  Page, Andrew              1974   Lord Saltire                            PRIO
  Rosenblatt, Albert M.     1974   Inspector Bradstreet                    TWIS
  Shreffler, Philip A.      1974   Jefferson Hope                          STUD
* Tinning, Herbert P.       1974   Dr. Leon Sterndale                      DEVI
  Whelan, Michael F.        1974   Vincent Spaulding                       REDH
* Denbo, Elic               1974   The Ferrers Documents                   PRIO
* Simms, Bartlett D.        1974   Professor Coram                         GOLD
  Laxton, Glenn             1975   Mr. James M. Dodd                       BLAN
  McCullam, William         1975   The Reigate Squires                     REIG
  Prager, Jan C.            1975   Lowenstein of Prague                    CREE
  Utechin, Nicholas         1975   The Ancient British Barrow              GOLD
  Walker, Lynn E.           1975   The Long Island Cave Mystery            REDC
  Dudley, W. E.             1976   The Papers of Ex-President Murillo      NORW
  Lione, James              1976   My Old Friend Charlie Peace             ILLU
  McDonough, Donald A.      1976   Bodymaster McGinty                      VALL
  Penzler, Otto             1976   The King of Bohemia                     SCAN
  Wroblewski, Ralph         1976   Captain Teddy Marvin                    VALL
* Asimov, Isaac             1976   The Remarkable Worm                     THOR
* Murphy, Michael           1976   The Noble Bachelor                      NOBL
* Musgrave, Donald P.       1976   Reginald Musgrave                       MUSG
* Tracy, Jack               1976   A Case of Identity                      IDEN
* Wall, Wayne               1976   Holy Peters                             LADY
  Feinberg, Samuel          1977   The Prince of Colonna                   SIXN
  Goodrich, William D.      1977   Alexander Holder                        BERY
  Herbert, Paul D.          1977   Mr. Leverton, of Pinkerton's            REDC
  Hill, Stanfield D.        1977   Francois le Villard                     SIGN
  Margolin, Jerry           1977   Hilton Cubitt                           DANC
  Meyer, Karl E.            1977   Fritz von Waldbaum                      NAVA
  Morrow, Daniel J.          1977   James Stanger of the *Herald*         VALL
  Novorsky, Donald E.        1977   The Empty House                       EMPT
  Pearce, David B.           1977   The Khalifa at Khartoum               EMPT
  Posnansky, Daniel          1977   Colonel Hayter                        REIG
  Ross, Billy                1977   The Abergavenny Murders               PRIO
  Shea, Glenn J.             1977   Thaddeus Sholto                       SIGN
* Smedegaard, Paul B.        1977   The Randall Gang                      REIG
  Stix, Stephen              1977   The Darlington Substitution Scandal   SCAN
  Wright, Sean M.            1977   The Manor House Case                  GREE
* Abromson, Herman           1977   Lord Cantlemere                       MAZA
* Bassett, Carl              1977   Josiah Brown                          SIXN
* Epstein, Marvin P          1977   Count Negretto Sylvius                MAZA
* Schatell, Norman           1977   Jonathan Small                        SIGN
* Schwartz, Richard          1977   Dr. Percy Trevelyan                   RESI
* Silk, Eric H.              1977   The Blue Carbuncle                    BLUE
  Athey, Forrest             1978   The Hammerford Will Case              ILLU
  Bergman, Ted               1978   The Honourable Philip Green           LADY
  Cohen, Saul                1978   John Ferrier                          STUD
  Dandrew, Thomas, II        1978   The Naval Treaty                      NAVA
* Hollyer, Cameron           1978   The Three Students                    3STU
* Swift, Wayne B.            1978   The Giant Rat of Sumatra              SUSS
  Hoffmann, Frank A.         1979   Altamont                              LAST
  Katz, Richard L.           1979   Jean Baptiste Greuze                  VALL
  Kean, Michael H.           1979   General Charles Gordon                RESI
* Liebow, Ely M.             1979   Inspector Gregory                     STUD
  McPherson, Mark            1979   Cecil Barker                          VALL
  Montgomery, Jeffrey        1979   Inspector Montgomery                  CARD
  Niver, Harold E.           1979   The Man on the Tor                    HOUN
  Sturm, George              1979   Neil Gibson                           THOR
  Wood, Benton               1979   A Scandal in Bohemia                  SCAN
* Brewer, James              1979   Josiah Brown                          SIXN
* Schweickert, William P.    1979   Cox and Co.                           THOR
* Simons, Blaine             1979   The Strange Old Book Collector        EMPT
  Beaman, Bruce R.           1980   The Yellow Face                       YELL
  Berry, John Stevens        1980   The Hammerford Will Case              ILLU
  de Gozzaldi, J. Devereux   1980   The Speckled Band                     SPEC
* Douty, Robert Watson       1980   The Priory School                     PRIO
  Gerber, Samuel M.          1980   The Final Problem                     FINA
  Henry, Charles E.          1980   The Lion's Mane                       LION
  Michelman, Jeffrey L.      1980   Sutro, the Lawyer                     3GAB
  Moss, Robert A.            1980   The Case of Fairdale Hobbs            REDC
  Nathan, Hartley R.         1980   The Penang Lawyer                     HOUN
* Davis, Stafford G.         1980   Horace Harker                         VALL
* Germeshausen, Alvin F.     1980   Baron Dowson                          MAZA
* Reilly, Frank F.           1980   The Boscombe Valley Mystery           BOSC
  Brody, Howard              1981   Anstruther                            BOSC
  Farrell, John F.           1981   The Tiger of San Pedro                WIST
  Kamil, Irving              1981   Monsieur Oscar Meunier, of Grenoble   EMPT
  Leeb, Gene A.              1981   The Franco-Midland Hardware Company   STOC
  Nordberg, Nils              1981   A Norwegian Named Sigerson                      EMPT
  Skene Melvin, David         1981   The Duke of Holdernesse                         PRIO
* Johnson, Kenton A.          1981   A Remarkable Invention                          MAZA
* McGee, Tom                  1981   Wilson, the Notorious Canary-Trainer            BLAC
* Runnquist, Ake              1981   Jacob Shafter                                   VALL
* Smith, Edgar B.             1981   Dr. Moore Agar                                  DEVI
* Umansky, Harlan L.          1981   Jonathan Small                                  SIGN
  Ashman, Peter G.            1982   Peter Steiler the Elder                         FINA
  Lachtman, Howard L.         1982   The *Matilda Briggs*                            SUSS
  MacDonald, Brian R.         1982   The Famous Card Scandal of the Nonpareil Club   HOUN
  Mende, Frederic H.          1982   Lord Holdhurst                                  NAVA
  Miller, Richard H.          1982   The Grice Patersons in the Island of Uffa       FIVE
  Parker, Bruce R.            1982   A Garrotter by Trade                            EMPT
  Scheideman, J. Warren       1982   Count Von und Zu Grafenstein                    LAST
  Sonnenschmidt, Fritz        1982   Simpson's                                       ILLU
  Warshauer, Richard          1982   Godfrey Staunton                                MISS
* Dame, Morency R.            1982   Colonel Lysander Stark                          ENGR
* Graves, Orval C.            1982   Whitaker's Almanack                             VALL
* Lane, W. Kenneth            1982   Wilson Hargreave, of the New York Police        DANC
* McGaw, Lisa                 1982   Mrs. Hudson                                     SIGN
* Sherrod, Floyd              1982   The Case of John Vincent Harden                 SOLI
* Silverman, Milton A.        1982   Barker, My Hated Rival                          RETI
  Beeson, William B,          1983   The Barque *Lone Star*                          FIVE
  Bond, Scott                 1983   The Copper Beeches                              COPP
  Broderick, Robert M.        1983   Jephro Rucastle                                 COPP
  Coghill, Bob                1983   John Hopley Neligan                             BLAC
  Hapner, Barry               1983   Inspector Forrester                             REIG
  Hough, George A.            1983   The Duke of Balmoral                            NOBL
  Katz, Robert S.             1983   Dr. Ainstree                                    DYIN
  Otten, Eric H.              1983   Jeremy Dixon, Trinity College                   MISS
  Russo, Thomas M.            1983   The Boscombe Valley Mystery                     BOSC
  Rutter, Richard R.          1983   Mike Scanlan                                    VALL
  Ruyle, John                 1983   Baron Dowson                                    MAZA
  Thomalen, Robert E.         1983   The Three Garridebs                             3GAR
* Berner, William A.          1983   Aloysius Doran, Esq., of San Francisco, Cal.    NOBL
* Turner, Ralph F             1983   Colonel Carruthers                              WIST
* Williams, Newton M.         1983   The Netherland-Sumatra Company                  REIG
  Beckman, Frank S.           1984   Lord Backwater                                  NOBL
  Bliss, John                 1984   Mr. Francis Hay Moulton                         NOBL
  Brundage, Paul H.           1984   Sir Charles Appledore                           PRIO
  Goldfarb, Clifford S.       1984   Fordham, the Horsham Lawyer                     FIVE
  Lehman, John                1984   The Danite Band                                 STUD
  Nielsen, Bjarne             1984   The Veiled Lodger                               VEIL
  Thomas, Daniel F.           1984   Robert Ferguson                                 SUSS
  Van der Flaes, Edwin        1984   Victor Trevor                                   GLOR
* Armstrong, George Douglas   1984   John o' Groat's                                 MISS
* Dinegar, Robert             1984   Henry Ward Beecher                              RESI
* Duval, James O.             1984   The Battered Tin Dispatch-Box                   THOR
* Haunert, William C.         1984   Ted Baldwin                                     VALL
* Schwartz, Jeffrey            1984   Henry Baker                           BLUE
* Ward, Bill                   1984   Major Prendergast                     FIVE
  Crawford, Bryce L., Jr.      1985   The Solitary Cyclist                  SOLI
  Davies, Bernard              1985   A Study in Scarlet                    STUD
  de Freitas, Wilfrid M.       1985   The Right Honourable Trelawney Hope   SECO
* De Stefano, James J.         1985   The St. Pancras Case                  SHOS
  Duke, Anthony                1985   Hugh Boone                            TWIS
  Groves, Derham               1985   Black Jack of Ballarat                BOSC
* Kaplan, Alan R.              1985   Charles Augustus Milverton            CHAS
  Liebman, Arthur              1985   Vamberry, the Wine Merchant           MUSG
  Wood, Peter                  1985   The Second Stain                      SECO
* Addlestone, Alan             1985   The Addleton Tragedy                  GOLD
* Armstrong, Walter P., Jr.    1985   Birdy Edwards                         VALL
* Green, Richard Lancelyn      1985   The Three Gables                      3GAB
* Hardwick, Michael            1985   The Sign of the Four                  SIGN
* Hodel, Michael P.            1985   Sir James Walter                      BRUC
* Michell, W. R.               1985   The *Rock of Gibraltar*               ABBE
* Middleton, Herbert H.        1985   Ionides, of Alexandria                GOLD
  Constable, John D.           1986   The Crooked Man                       CROO
  Eberman, Barton A.           1986   The Hound of the Baskervilles         HOUN
* Fink, Joseph                 1986   *The Martyrdom of Man*                SIGN
  Hammer, David L.             1986   Major-General Stoner                  SPEC
  Malec, Andrew                1986   The Strange Old Book Collector        EMPT
  Martin, C. Paul              1986   Dr. Leslie Armstrong                  MISS
  Robinson, Robert E.          1986   The Hansom Cab                        STUD
  Rothman, Steven              1986   The Valley of Fear                    VALL
  Speck, Gordon R.             1986   Colonel James Barclay                 CROO
  Suszynski, James P.          1986   The Dying Detective                   DYIN
  Wein, Richard A.             1986   Silver Blaze                          SILV
* Beckman, Erik                1986   Stapleton                             HOUN
* Bisio, Robert Mario          1986   Shinwell Johnson                      ILLU
* Shull, Richard B.            1986   An Actor and a Rare One               SIGN
* Werby, Don                   1986   Old Abrahams                          LADY
  Betzner, Ray                 1987   The Agony Column                      ENGR
  Burr, Robert C.              1987   The Rascally Lascar                   TWIS
  Kaylor, T. Michael           1987   *Practical Handbook of Bee Culture*   LAST
  Skornickel, George R., Jr.   1987   Heidegger                             PRIO
  Tanaka, Kiyoshi              1987   The Japanese Cabinet                  GLOR
  Vatza, Edward J.             1987   A Typical American Advertisement      3GAR
  Warner, Richard S.           1987   High Tor                              HOUN
  Brogdon, Philip R.           1988   John Sanger                           VEIL
  Cochran, William R.          1988   Murray                                STUD
  Cummings, Carey              1988   An Irish Secret Society               LAST
* Gardner, John                1988   Moriarty                              FINA
  Meyer, Charles A.            1988   Adolph Meyer                          BRUC
  Olding, Alan C.              1988   Cooee                                 BOSC
  Ruiz, Mel                    1988   Jack Douglas                          VALL
  Wolder, Burt                 1988   The Third Pillar from the Left        SIGN
* Cleary, James C., Jr.        1988   Howard Garrideb                       3GAR
  Caplan, Richard M.             1989   Dr. Jackson                           CROO
  Joffe, Andrew                  1989   Sir Charles Halle                     STUD
  Keefauver, Brad A.             1989   Winwood Reade                         SIGN
  Key, Jack D.                   1989   Pritchard                             SPEC
* Kobayashi, Tsukasa             1989   Baritsu                               EMPT
  McQuage, M. Kenneth            1989   The Plumstead Marshes                 SIGN
* Rodin, Alvin E.                1989   Palmer                                SPEC
  Adams, Charles A.              1990   The Winter Assizes at Norwich         DANC
  McLean, Austin J.              1990   The London Library                    ILLU
  Pollock, Donald K.             1990   The *Anthropological Journal*         CARD
  Stetak, Tom                    1990   The Head of the Police at Cleveland   STUD
* Mackler, Allen                 1990   Sarasate                              REDH
* Page, Frederick C.             1990   The Arcadia Mixture                   CROO
* Perry, Milton F.               1990   Nathan Garrideb                       3GAR
  Herzog, Evelyn A.              1991   The Daintiest Thing Under a Bonnet    SCAN
  Johnson, Roger                 1991   *Pall Mall Gazette*                   BLUE
  King, Edwin V.                 1991   Captain Arthur Morstan                SIGN
  Miranker, Glen S.              1991   *The Origin of Tree Worship*          EMPT
  Moran, Joseph W.               1991   Sir Augustus Moran, C.B.              EMPT
  Nadel, William                 1991   Bartholomew Sholto                    SIGN
  Rice, Susan                    1991   Beeswing                              ABBE
  Rosenblatt, Julia Carlson      1991   Mrs. Turner                           SCAN
* Doyle, Dame Jean Conan         1991   A Certain Gracious Lady               BRUC
* Enberg, Henry W.               1991   John Garrideb                         3GAR
* McMahon, Katherine             1991   Lucy Ferrier                          STUD
* Meiser, Edith                  1991   A Fascinating and Beautiful Woman     HOUN
* Shields, Charles J.            1991   17 King Edward Street                 STOC
* Tolins, Stephen H.             1991   John Straker                          SILV
  Decker, Jeff                   1992   Dr. Grimesby Roylott                  SPEC
  McClure, Michael W.            1992   Stimson and Co.                       LADY
  Purves, Shirley A.             1992   The Dog in the Night-Time             SILV
  Rich, Mary Ellen               1992   Lady Frances Carfax                   LADY
  Rose-Bond, Sherry              1992   Violet Hunter                         COPP
  Southworth, Bruce E.           1992   Victor Hatherley                      ENGR
* Van der Flaes, Maureen Green   1992   Kitty Winter                          ILLU
* Moran, Patricia E.             1992   Patience Moran                        BOSC
  Cagnat, Jean-Pierre            1993   The Bank of France                    REDH
  Dickensheet, Shirley           1993   Ivy Douglas                           VALL
  Eckrich, Joseph J.             1993   The Stockbroker's Clerk               STOC
  Hirayama, Yuichi               1993   The Japanese Vase                     3GAR
  Levin, Alfred A.               1993   Abe Slaney                            DANC
* Titus, Eve                     1993   Young Master Rucastle                 COPP
  Cooke, Catherine               1994   "The Book of Life"                    STUD
  Crupe, Peter J.                1994   The Noble Bachelor                    NOBL
  Fromkin, T. Michelle           1994   The Missing Three-Quarter             MISS
  Izban, Donald B.               1994   Market Street                         VALL
  Joyce, Thomas J.               1994   A Yellow-Backed Novel                 BOSC
  Montgomery, Bruce              1994   The Red Circle                        REDC
  Stetak, Ruthann                1994   The Camberwell Poisoning Case         FIVE
* Swift, Francine Morris    1994   The Wigmore Street Post Office     SIGN
  Ueda, Hirotaka            1994   Japanese Armour                    GREE
  Utecht, Thomas D.         1994   Arthur Charpentier                 BRUC
  Vande Water, William H.   1994   An Enlarged Photograph             LION
* Howlett, Anthony D.       1994   John Hector McFarlane              NORW
* Stavert, Geoffrey S.      1994   The Shingle of Southsea            LION
  Davies, David Stuart      1995   Sir Ralph Musgrave                 MUSG
  Francis, Thomas J.        1995   The Imperial Opera of Warsaw       SCAN
  Friedman, Theodore        1995   The Commonplace Book               MUSG
  Stajic, Marina            1995   Curare                             SUSS
  Torrese, Dante M.         1995   Von Herder                         LAST
  Wachs, Gerald N.          1995   Sir James Saunders                 BLAN
  White, Kathryn            1995   The Musgrave Ritual                MUSG
  White, Ronald S.          1995   The Cabinet Photograph             SCAN
  Doyle, Steven T.          1996   The *Western Morning News*         HOUN
  Hall, Ralph               1996   Smack! Smack! Smack!               COPP
  Harrington, Hugh T.       1996   Wisteria Lodge                     WIST
  Horrocks, Peter           1996   The Inner Temple                   SCAN
  Karlson, Kate             1996   The *Evening Standard*             STOC
  Pforr, John E.            1996   Police-Constable Cook              FIVE
  Pollak, Marsha L.         1996   A Small But Select Libary          GLOR
  Stek, Robert J.           1996   The Mysterious Scientist           CREE
  Hyder, William J.         1997   A Most Valuable Institution        SIXN
  Kitts, Richard J.         1997   The Battered Tin Dispatch-Box      THOR
  Lanza, Kenneth C.         1997   His Last Bow                       LAST
  Niver, Theodora           1997   Carina                             RETI
  Pilot, Roy E.             1997   Chemical Laboratory of St. Barts   SIGN
  Singleton, Paul G.        1997   Covent Garden                      BLUE
  Smedegaard, Margaret      1997   Criterion Bar                      STUD
  Stix, Dorothy K.          1997   Martha                             LAST
  Baesch, John F.           1998   State and Merton County Railroad   VALL
  Bruxner, Pamela           1998   The British Government             BRUC
  Diamond, Susan Z.         1998   The Great Mogul                    SIGN
  Higurashi, Masamichi      1998   Baron Adelbert Gruner              ILLU
  Lewis, Lou                1998   William Whyte                      STUD
* Mansbridge, Ronald        1998   A Case of Identity                 IDEN
  Saint-Joanis, Thierry     1998   Monsieur Bertillon                 HOUN
  Smith, James E., II       1998   Winner of the Jackson Prize        HOUN
  Dorn, William S.          1999   The Newgate Calendar               3GAR
  Jeffers, H. Paul          1999   Wilson Hargreave                   DANC
  Kinnee, June L.           1999   Miss Hatty Doran                   NOBL
  Klinger, Leslie S.        1999   The Abbey Grange                   ABBE
  MacGregor, Marilyn        1999   V.V. 341                           VALL
  Anderson, Karen           2000   Emilia Lucca                       REDC
  Curtis, Donald E.         2000   Jabez Wilson                       REDH
  Elliott, Douglas          2000   Canadian Pacific Railway           BLAC
  Hammarqvist, Anders       2000   Jacob Shafter                      VALL
  Kittle, C. Frederick      2000   Jack Stapleton                     HOUN
  Meer, Michael A.          2000   The Englisher Hof                  FINA
  Upton, Jean              2000   Elsie Cubitt                                                DANC
  Vizoskie, Ben            2000   Alexander Hamilton Garrideb                                 3GAR
  Wilmer, Douglas          2000   The Lyceum Theatre                                          SIGN
  Foley, Charles           2001   Marlow Bates                                                THOR
  Geisser, Marcus          2001   Rosenlaui                                                   FINA
  McKuras, Julie A.        2001   The Duchess of Devonshire                                   IDEN
  Monty, W. Scott, II      2001   Corporal Henry Wood                                         CROO
  Rose, Lloyd              2001   George Sand                                                 REDH
  Solberg, Andrew L.       2001   Professor Coram                                             GOLD
  Stashower, Daniel        2001   Thurston                                                    DANC
  Accardo, Pasquale        2002   Gorgiano of the Red Circle                                  REDC
  Boote, Henry W.          2002   Meyers, Toronto                                             HOUN
  Dirda, Michael           2002   Langdale Pike                                               3GAB
  Gagen, Mark              2002   Sir James Damery                                            ILLU
  McKay, Marilynne         2002   Violet de Merville                                          ILLU
  Roden, Christopher       2002   Sir Henry Baskerville                                       HOUN
* Schultz, Robert S.       2002   The *Gloria Scott*                                          GLOR
  Solito, Enrico           2002   Gennaro Lucca                                               REDC
  Sveum, Richard J.        2002   Dr. Hill Barton                                             ILLU
* Campbell, Mary           2002   Brenda Tregennis                                            DEVI
  Christenson, Ed          2003   Antonio                                                     HOUN
  Coppola, Joseph A.       2003   The Stranger's Room                                         GREE
  Greeney, David           2003   Uncle Ned                                                   IDEN
  Gregory, Alexian A.      2003   The Grimpen Postmaster                                      HOUN
  Stampe Lagergaard, Mia   2003   The Dynamics of an Asteroid                                 VALL
  Vizoskie, Susan          2003   Mrs. Saunders                                               3GAR
  Hill, Gideon D.          2004   Jack Prendergast                                            GLOR
  Kitts, Francine          2004   Lady Hilda Trelawney Hope                                   SECO
  Meyer, Nicholas          2004   A Fine Morocco Case                                         SIGN
  Oudin, Bernard           2004   Our French Gold                                             REDH
  Ross, Michael            2004   Von Bork                                                    LAST
  Rossakis, Constantine    2004   St. Bartholomew's Hospital                                  STUD
  Wrigglesworth, Doug      2004   The Retired Colourman                                       RETI
  Bergquist, John          2005   The King of Scandinavia                                     NOBL
  Calamai, Peter           2005   The *Leeds Mercury*                                         HOUN
  Gaiman, Neil             2005   The Devil's Foot                                            DEVI
  Renkwitz, Art            2005   The Bar of Gold                                             TWIS
  Roden, Barbara           2005   Beryl Stapleton                                             HOUN
  Salvatori, Gianluca      2005   The Dacre Hotel                                             SIXN
  Armstrong, Curtis        2006   An Actor and a Rare One                                     SIGN
* Churchill, Paul G.       2006   Corot                                                       SIGN
  Kegley, Jerry            2006   Nathan Garrideb                                             3GAR
  Olken, Richard M.        2006   Bob Carruthers                                              SUSS
  Paton, Jennie C.         2006   Laura Lyons                                                 HOUN
  Raymond, Trevor S.       2006   Horace Harker                                               VALL
  Stinson, Regina          2006   A Little Ribston Pippin                                     BLAC
  Terras, Donald J.        2006   The Politician, the Lighthouse, and the Trained Cormorant   VEIL
  Berdan, Michael          2007   Henri Murger                                                STUD
  Bostrom, Mattias         2007   The Swedish Pathological Society                            HOUN
Homer, Mike                 2007   Enoch J. Drebber               STUD
McCafferty, Elaine          2007   Eliza Barrymore                HOUN
McCausland, Dayna           2007   Lady Clara St. Simon           NOBL
Randall, Warren             2007   Harold Stackhurst              LION
Schpak, Maggie              2007   The Soup Plate Medal           3GAR
Cooper, Barbara Roisman     2008   Mary Maberley                  3GAB
Genova, John                2008   Harry Pinner                   STOC
Marriot, Guy                2008   The Hotel du Louvre            BRUC
Morrill, David              2008   Count von Kramm                SCAN
Richards, Dana              2008   The Priory School              PRIO
Rosenblatt, Betsy           2008   Lucy Ferrier                   STUD
Stock, Randall              2008   South African Securities       DANC
Barnes, Bill                2009   The *Gloria Scott*             GLOR
Bradway, Jeff               2009   A Case of Identity             IDEN
Dahlinger, Susan            2009   The Bruce-Partington Plans     BRUC
Darak, Greg                 2009   The Engineer's Thumb           ENGR
Devitt, Allan               2009   The Dancing Men                DANC
Ellis, Robert               2009   The Illustrious Client         ILLU
Jaffe, Walter               2009   The Resident Patient           RESI
Jensen, Jens Byscov         2009   The Blanched Soldier           BLAN
LePage, Sebastian           2009   The Six Napoleons              SIXN
Pollak, Michael             2009   The Blue Carbuncle             BLUE
Rusch, Barbara              2009   The Mazarin Stone              MAZA
Schwartz, Joel              2009   The Three Students             3STU
Cynkin, Tom                 2010   Lord Bellinger                 SECO
Doyle, P.J.                 2010   Ettie Shafter                  VALL
Frayling, Sir Christopher   2010   Vernet                         GREE
Guy, Patricia               2010   Imperial Tokay                 LAST
King, Laurie R.             2010   The Red Circle                 REDC
Montague, Sarah             2010   Violet Smith                   SOLI
Polvere, Dan                2010   Holloway and Steele            3GAR
Sugarman, Sally             2010   The Three Gables               3GAB
Vega Hayzen, Maria Carmen   2010   Isadora Klein                  3GAB
Brosnan, Vinnie             2011   That Gap on the Second Shelf   EMPT
Faherty, Terence            2011   Sir Charles Baskerville        HOUN
Faye, Lindsay               2011   Kitty Winter                   ILLU
Houle, David                2011   The British Museum             MUSG
Purdue, Peggy               2011   Violet Westbury                BRUC
Accardo, Peter              2012   Thorneycroft Huxtable          PRIO
Bergem, Phil                2012   Birdy Edwards                  VALL
Bradley, Mary Anne          2012   Mary Morstan                   SIGN
Dorey, Helen                2012   Helen Stoner                   SPEC
Higashiyama, Akane          2012   Baritsu                        EMPT
Hobbs, Don                  2012   Inspector Lestrade             STUD
Schwartz, Mark              2012   Thucidydes                     3STU
Zaldin, Donny               2012   John Hector McFarlane          NORW
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                                               Season ITV           PBS
DD OX                                             &    Original     Original
# # Abbr Book (v.10.1 01-26-12)                Episode Air Date     Air Date   Dramatised By
 1 1 STUD novel Study in Scarlet




 2   2 SIGN   novel Sign of Four                 4.1   12/29/1987 10/27/1988 John Hawkesworth




 3   3 SCAN ADV     Scandal in Bohemia           1.1    4/24/1984    3/14/1985 Alexander Baron




 4   5 REDH ADV     Red-headed League            2.5    9/22/1985     3/6/1986 John Hawkesworth
 5   4 IDEN ADV     Case of Identity




 6   6 BOSC ADV     Boscombe Valley Mystery      5.4    3/14/1991    12/5/1991 John Hawkesworth
 7   7 FIVE ADV     Five Orange Pips


 8   8 TWIS ADV     Man with the Twisted Lip     3.5     8/6/1986     3/5/1987 Alan Plater




 9   9 BLUE   ADV   Blue Carbuncle               1.7     6/5/1984    4/25/1985 Paul Finney

10 10 SPEC ADV      Speckled Band                1.6    5/29/1984    3/21/1985 Jeremy Paul
11 11 ENGR ADV      Engineer's Thumb




                    Noble Bachelor aka
12 12 NOBL ADV      "The Eligible Bachelor"      6.3    2/10/1993    2/10/1994 T.R. Bowen
13 13 BERY ADV      Beryl Coronet
14 14 COPP ADV         Copper Beeches        2.1   8/25/1985   2/27/1986 Bill Craig




15   15   SILV   MEM   Silver Blaze          4.4   4/13/1988 11/17/1988 John Hawkesworth
16   17   YELL   MEM   Yellow Face
17   18   STOC   MEM   Stockbroker's Clerk
18   19   GLOR   MEM   Gloria Scott




19 20 MUSG MEM Musgrave Ritual               3.3   7/23/1986   2/19/1987 Jeremy Paul
20 21 REIG MEM The Reigate Squire




21 22 CROO MEM Crooked Man                   1.5   5/22/1984   4/18/1985 Alfred Shaughnessy




22 23 RESI       MEM Resident Patient        2.4   9/15/1985   2/13/1986 Derek Marlowe




23 24 GREE MEM Greek Interpreter             2.2    9/1/1985    2/6/1986 Derek Marlowe




24 25 NAVA MEM Naval Treaty                  1.3    5/8/1984    4/4/1985 Jeremy Paul




25 26 FINA       MEM Final Problem           2.6   9/29/1985   3/13/1986 John Hawkesworth


26 28 EMPT RET         Empty House           3.1    7/9/1986    2/5/1987 John Hawkesworth




27 29 NORW RET         Norwood Builder       2.3    9/8/1985   2/20/1986 Richard Harris


28 31 DANC RET         Dancing Men           1.2    5/1/1984   3/28/1985 Anthony Skene
29 30 SOLI   RET   Solitary Cyclist        1.4   5/15/1984   4/11/1985 Alan Plater




30 32 PRIO   RET   Priory School           3.6   8/13/1986   3/12/1987 T.R. Bowen
31 33 BLAC   RET   Black Peter




32 34 CHAS RET     Charles A. Milverton    6.1    1/2/1992    5/6/1993 Jeremy Paul




33 35 SIXN   RET   Six Napoleons           3.7   8/20/1986   3/19/1987 John Kane
34 36 3STU   RET   Three Students




35 37 GOLD RET     Golden Pince-Nez        7.3   3/21/1994   1/18/1996 Gary Hopkins
36 38 MISS RET     Missing Three-Quarter




37 39 ABBE   RET   Abbey Grange            3.2   7/16/1986   2/12/1987 Trevor Bowen




38 40 SECO RET     Second Stain            3.4   7/30/1986   2/26/1987 John Hawkesworth




                                                                       Trevor Bowen &
39 27 HOUN novel Hound of Baskervilles     4.7   8/31/1988   12/8/1988 John Hawkesworth
40 41 VALL novel Valley of Fear
41 42 WIST BOW Wisteria Lodge           4.5   4/20/1988   12/1/1988 Jeremy Paul




42 16 CARD BOW Cardboard Box            7.6   4/11/1994   12/7/1995 T.R. Bowen




43 45 REDC BOW Red Circle               7.4   3/28/1994   1/11/1996 Jeremy Paul




44 43 BRUC BOW Bruce-Partington Plans   4.6   4/27/1988 11/24/1988 John Hawkesworth




45 47 DYIN   BOW Dying Detective        7.2   3/14/1994 11/30/1995 T.R. Bowen




46 46 LADY   BOW Lady Frances Carfax    5.1   2/21/1991   8/27/1991 T.R. Bowen




47 44 DEVI   BOW Devil's Foot           4.3    4/6/1988 11/10/1988 Gary Hopkins
48 48 LAST   BOW His Last Bow




49 54 ILLU   CSB   Illustrious Client   5.5   3/21/1991 11/14/1991 Robin Chapman
50 56 BLAN   CSB   Blanched Soldier
51 49 MAZA CSB     Mazarin Stone             7.5    4/4/1994   1/25/1996 Gary Hopkins




52 55 3GAB   CSB   Three Gables              7.1    3/7/1994    1/4/1996 Jeremy Paul




                   Sussex Vampire aka "The
53 52 SUSS CSB     Last Vampyre"             6.2   1/27/1993   1/27/1994 Jeremy Paul
54 53 3GAR CSB     Three Garridebs


55 50 THOR CSB     Thor Bridge               5.2   2/28/1991 11/28/1991 Jeremy Paul




56 51 CREE   CSB   Creeping Man              5.6   3/28/1991 11/21/1991 Robin Chapman
57 57 LION   CSB   Lion's Mane
58 59 VEIL   CSB   Veiled Lodger




59 60 SHOS CSB     Shoscombe Old Place       5.3    3/7/1991 12/12/1991 Gary Hopkins
60 58 RETI CSB     Retired Colourman
                               Casting         MPI Home Video
Directed By    Produced By     Director        DVD Title      ISBN #




              June Wyndham-                  Feature Film
Peter Hammond Davies        Carolyn Bartlett Collection          0-7886-0460-0




Paul Annett    Michael Cox     Carolyn Bartlett Adventures vol. 1 0-7886-0204-7




John Bruce     Michael Cox     Carolyn Bartlett Adventures vol. 5 0-7886-0422-8




June Howson    Michael Cox     James Bain      Casebook          0-7886-0605-0


               June Wyndham-
Patrick Lau    Davies        Joan McCann       Return vol. 5     0-7886-0489-9




David Carson   Michael Cox     Doreen Jones    Adventures vol. 3 0-7886-0359-0

John Bruce     Michael Cox     Susie Bruffin   Adventures vol. 2 0-7886-0306-X




              June Wyndham-                  Feature Film
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Cast Members in this Film

Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Robin Hunter(Maj Sholto),Alf Joint (McMurdo),John Thaw
(Small),Kiran Shah(Tonga), Jenny Seagrove (Mary Morstan), Derek Deadman (Williams),
Ronald Lacey (Sholto bros), Ishaq Bux (LalChowdar), Terence Skelton (Cap Morstan),
Marjorie Sudell (Mrs Bernstone), Emrys James (Athelney Jones), Gordon Gostelow
(Sherman), Dave Atkins (Mordecai Smith), Lila Kaye (wife), William Ash (son Jack),
Courtney Roper-Knight (Wiggins),Badi Uzzaman(Kartar Singh), Renu Setna (Achmet),
Ravinder S. Reyett (Jagodish Singh)
Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson),Gayle Hunnicutt (Irene Adler), Wolf Kahler (King), Michael
Carter (Godfrey Norton), Max Faulkner (John), Tessa Worsley (Mrs Willard, Adler's
servant), Will Tracy (Clergyman), Tim Pierce (cabby), Tom Watt , Paul Elsam, David
Bauckman, Edward York, John Graham Davies, (crowd), John Carr (burglar)
Roger Hammond (Jabez Wilson), Tim McInnery (Vincent Spaulding/John Clay), Richard
Wilson (Duncan Ross), John Labanowski (Athelney Jones), John Woodnutt
(Merryweather), Ian Bleasdale (accountant), Harry Goodier (constable), Eric Porter
(Moriarty), Reginald Stewart (doorman)




Jonathan Barlow (Insp Summerby), Peter Vaughan (John Turner), Joanna Roth (Alice
Turner), Leslie Schofield (William McCarthy), James Purefoy (James McCarthy), Cliff
Howells (Crowder), Makala Saunders (Patience Crowder), Mark Jordon (George,
McCarthy's groom), Will Tracey (coroner)

Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Clive Francis (Neville St. Clair), Eleanor Davis (Mrs St
Claire), Terence Longdon (Isa Whitney), Patricia Garwood (Kate Whitney), Denis Lill (Insp
Bradstreet), Albert Moses (lascar), Dudley James (constable)
Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Ken Campbell (James Ryder), Brian Miller (Insp
Bradstreet), Rosalind Knight (Countess), Desmond McNamara (John Horner), Ros
Simmons (Cusack), Frank Middlemass (Henry Baker), Don McCorkindale (Windigate),
Amelda Brown (Jennie Horner), Frank Mills (Peterson), Eric Allen (Breckenridge), Maggie
Jones (Mrs. Oakshott), Ricki Scott (hotel attendant), John Cannon, Eric Kent (street
roughs), Ted Beyer (warder)
Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Rosalyn Landor (Helen), Jeremy Kemp (Roylott), Denise
Armon (Julia), John Gill (driver), Stephen Mallatratt (Armitage), Tim Condren (Thorne)

Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Geoffrey Beevers (Insp Montgomery), Simon Williams
(Lord Robert St. Simon), Paris Jefferson (Hattie Doran), Anna Calder-Marshall (Lady
Northcote), Mary Ellis (Lady Florence), Phillada Sewell (Lady Mary), Elspeth March (Lady
Blanche), Heather Chasen (Amelia St. Simon), Bob Sessions (Aloysius Doran), Joanna
McCall (Flora Millar), Myles Hoyle (Thomas Floutier), Bruce Myers (Gallagher), Tres Hanley
(Alice), Joyce Grundy (Esther), Robin Hart (Oswald), Peter Graves (George Tidy), Peter
Warnock (Francis Moulton), Don Blaylock (butler), Audrey Phillips (waiter), Vincent Worth
(doorkeeper)
Natasha Richardson (Violet Hunter), Joss Ackland (Rucastle), Lottie Ward (wife), Stuart
Shinberg (son Edward), Rachel Ambler (dtr Alice), Michael Loney (Fowler), Peter Jonfield
(Toller), Angela Browne (Mrs Toller), Patience Collier (Miss Stoper)
Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Peter Barkworth (Col Ross), Barry Lowe (John Straker),
Jonathan Coy (Fitzroy Simpson), Malcolm Storry (Insp Gregory), Manda-Jayne Beard
(Edith Baxter), David John (Ned Hunter), Sally Faulkner (Mrs Straker), Russell Hunter
(Sylas Brown),Nicholas Teare (Dawson), Marcus Kimber (bookmaker), Geoffrey Banks
(race official)




Michael Culver (Reginald Musgrave), James Hazeldine (Brunton), Johanna Kirby (Rachel
Howells), Ian Marter (Insp Fereday), Patrick Blackwe (Tregallis), Theresa Banham (his
daughter Janet)

Norman Jones (Henry), Michael Lumsden (young Henry), Denys Hawthorne (Barclay),
James Wilby (young Barclay), Lisa Daniely (Nancy), Catherine Rabett (young Nancy), Paul
Chapman (Maj Murphy), Fiona Shaw (Miss Morrison), Shelagh Stephenson (Jane), Colin
Campbell (Bates), Maggie Holland (Mrs Fenning)
Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Patrick Newell (Blessington), Tim Barlow (Biddle, "the
Count"), Brett Forrest (Hayward, "the Count's son"), Nicholas Clay (Trevelyan), Charles
Cork (Cartwright), John Ringham (Insp Lanner), Lucy Ann Wilson (Nora,Trevelyan's
maid), Norman Wills (detective), Dusty Young (carpenter who installed bars), David
Squire (Fenton, the pageboy)
Charles Gray (Mycroft Holmes), Alkis Kritikos (Mr Melas), George Costigan (Wilson Kemp),
Nick Field (Harold Latimer), Anton Alexander (Paul Kratides), Victoria Harwood (Sophy
Kratides), Oliver Maguire (Insp Gregson), Rita Howard (Mrs Stern), Peter MacKriel (Ticket
Inspector on train)
Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson) David Gwillim (Percy Phelps), Alison Skilbeck (Annie),
Gareth Thomas (Joseph), Ronald Russell (Holdhurst), Nicholas Geake (Gorot), Pamela
Pitchford (Mrs Tangey), John Malcolm (Tangey), David Rodigan (Insp Forbes), Eve
Matheson (Tangey's daughter), John Taylor (Dr Ferrier)

Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Eric Porter (Moriarty), Olivier Pierre (Louvre Director),
Claude Le Sache (Interior Minister), Michael Goldie (artist), Paul Sirr (expert), Robert
Henderson (American millionaire), Jim Dunk (porter), Paul Humpoletz (Steiler),Simon
Adams (Swiss boy)
Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Colin Jeavons (Lestrade), Patrick Allen (Col. Moran), Paul
Lacoux (Ronald Adair), Naomi Buch (Lady Maynooth), Richard Bebb (Sir John Hardy),
Robert Addie (Mr. Murray), James Bree (coroner)
Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Colin Jeavons (Lestrade), Jonathan Adams (Oldacre),
Matthew Solon (John Mc Farlane), Helen Ryan (his mother), Andy Rashleigh (constable),
Anthony Langdon (tramp), Ted Carroll (seafaring tramp), Rosalie Crutchley (Mrs
Lexington)
Eugene Lipinski (Slaney), Betsey Brantley (Elsie), Tenniel Evans (Hilton), Wendy Jane
Walker (Saunders), Lorraine Peters (Mrs. King), David Ross (Insp Martin), Paul Jaynes
(Walker), Bernard Atha (Dr. Carthew)
Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson) Barbara Wilshere (Violet), John Castle (Carruthers),
Michael Siberry (Woodley), Ellis Dale (Williamson), Sara Aitchison (Sarah Carruthers),
Stafford Gordon (landlord), Simon Bleakley (Peter), Penny Gowling (Mrs. Dixon)
Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Christopher Benjamin (Dr Huxtable), Michael Bertenshaw
(Mr. Aveling), Nicholas Gecks (James Wilder), Alan Howard (the Duke), William Abney
(Rivers the servant), Jack Carr (Rueben Hayes), Brenda Elder (Mrs Hayes), Nissar Moti
(Lord Saltire), Mark Turin (Caunter)


Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Colin Jeavons (Lestrade), Hans Meyer (Hebworth, alias
Veitch), Robert Hardy (CAM), Norma West (Lady Diana Swinstead), Gwen Ffrangcon-
Davies (Dowager), Nickolas Grace (Bertrand), Serena Gordon (Lady Eva Blackwell), Sarah
McVicar (Charlotte Miles), David Mallison (Colonel Dorking), Brian Mitchell (Earl of
Dovercourt), Sophie Thompson (Agatha), Steven Simms (Stokes), Belinda Peters (Lillie),
Henrietta Whitson-Jones (Daphne), Alan Rothwell (Tronson), Howard Gay (Lewis), David
Scase (art dealer), Jimmy Hibbert (Hobbs), Tony Broughton (auctioneer), Lee Clarke
(Emile), Simon Fogg (cabaret artist)
Colin Jeavons (Lestrade), Eric Sykes (Horace Harker), Steve Plytas (Venucci, Sr), Emile
Wolk (Beppo), Gerald Campion (Morse Hudson), Marina Sirtis (Lucretia), Nadio Fortune
(Beppo's cousin), Jeffrey Gardiner (Sandeford), Michael Logan (Josiah Brown), Vernon
Cobtcheff (Mandelstam),Vincenzo Nicoli (Pietro Venucci)


Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Charles Gray (Mycroft Holmes) Kathleen Byron (Mrs
Marker), Christopher Guard (Willoughby Smith), Frank Finlay (Coram/Sergius), Nigel
Planer (Insp Hopkins), Anna Carteret (Anna), Natalie Morse (Susan Tarleton), Patricia
Kerrigan (Abigail Crosby), Roger Ringrose (Alexis), Daniel Finlay (Vladimir), Harry
Kirkham (Mortimer)


Paul Williamson (Insp Hopkins), Conrad Phillips (Sir Eustace), Anne Louise Lambert (Lady
Brackenstall), Zulema Dene (Theresa Wright), Oliver Tobias (Jack Crocker), Nicholas
Chagrin (Mr Viviani)
Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Colin Jeavons (Lestrade), Harry Andrews (Lord
Bellinger),Patricia Hodge (Lady Hilda Hope), Stuart Wilson (Trelawney Hope), Alan
Bennion (Bates the butler), Yvonne Orengo (Madame Fournaye), Sean Scanlan (constable
MacPherson), Yves Beneyton (Lucas)




Kristoffer Tabori (Sir Henry), Raymond Adamson (Sir Charles), Neil Duncan (Dr.
Mortimer), Ronald Pickup (Barrymore), Rosemary McHale (Mrs Barrymore), Edward
Romfourt (Purser), James Faulkner (Jack Stapleton), Fiona Gillies (Beryl Stapleton), Philip
Dettmer (pageboy), Stephen Tomlin (Perkins), Bernard Horsfall (Frankland), Donald
McKillop (vicar), Myrtle Devenish (postmistress), William Ikley (Selden), Elizabeth Spender
(Laura Lyons), Donald Bisset (manservant)
Kika Markham (Miss Burnet), Freddie Jones (Insp Baynes), Donald Churchill (John Scott
Eccles), Basil Hoskins (Henderson), Trader Faulkner (Lucas), Arturo Venegas (Garcia),
Guido Adoni (Luis), Sonny Caldinez (Mulatto), Abigail Melia & Lorna Rossi (Henderson's
daughters)


Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Joanna David (Susan Cushing), Deborah Findlay (Sarah
Cushing), Lucy Whybrow (Mary Browner), Tom Chadbon (Insp Hawkins), Thierry Harcourt
(Marcel Jacottet), Richard Dixon (Bradbrook), Renny Krupinski (Murdoch Gull), Andrew
Readman (postman), Ann Rye (Mrs Clyde), Rachel Smith (Lucy), Andy Tomlinson
(policeman), Ciaran Hinds (Jim Browner)
Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Kenneth Connor (Warren), Betty Marsden (Mrs Warren),
John Hallam (Giorgiano), James Coombes (Gennaro Lucca), Sophia Diaz (Emilia Lucca),
Tom Chadborn (Insp Hawkins), Kerry Shale (Leverton), Joseph Long (Enrico Firmani),
Louise Heaney (Vera)
Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Charles Gray (Mycroft Holmes), Geoffrey Bayldon (Sidney
Johnson), Denis Lill (Insp Bradstreet), Jonathan Newth (Col Valentine Walter), Amanda
Waring (Violet Westbury), Sebastian Stride (Cadogan West), Robert Fyfe (clerk), Derek
Ware (Oberstein), Simon Carter (butler), John Rapley (Railroad official), Stephen Crane &
John Laing (Railroad workers)

Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Susannah Harker (Adelaide Savage), Richard Bonneville
(Victor Savage), Trevor Bowen (Charles Damant), Jonathan Hyde (Culverton Smith), Roy
Hudd (John Gedgrave), John Labanowski (Insp Morton), Rowland Davies (Col. Carnac),
Caroline John (Mrs. Carnac), Shaughn Seymour (Penrose Fisher), Keiran Flynn (Benson),
Malcolm Hebden (Staples), Mary Ten Pow (chinese woman), Rachel Rice (Marina Savage),
Colin Stevens (constable)

Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Cheryl Campbell (Lady Frances), Julian Curry (Albert
Schlessinger), Mary Cunningtham (Miss Calder), Jack Klaff (Philip Green), Nicholas Fry
(hotel mgr), Michael Jayston (Earl of Rufton), Anthony Bensen (vicar), Anthony Schaeffer
(bank mgr), Margo Stanley (woman in Undertaker's)

Damien Thomas (Mortimer Tregennis), Michael Aitken (Rev Roundhay), Dennis Quilly
(Sterndale), Freda Dowie (Mrs Porter), Norman Bowler (Owen Tregennis), Peter Shaw
(George Tregennis), Christine Collins (Brenda Tregennis), John Saunders (Dr Richards),
Frank Moorey (unnamed Inspector)


Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Anthony Valentine (Baron Gruner), Carol Noakes
(Baroness Gruner), David Langton (Sir James Damery), Abigail Cruttenden (Violet
deMerville), John Pickles (Jarvis), Kim Thompson (Kitty Winter), Roy Holder (Shinwell
Johnson), Andy Bradford (thug)
Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Gavan O'Herlihy (James Winter, alias John Garrideb),
James Villiers (Lord Cantlemere), Charles Gray (Mycroft Holmes), Phyllis Calvert (Agnes
Garrideb), Barbara Hicks (Emily Garrideb), John Finch (Count Slyvius), Denis Lill (Insp
Bradstreet), Helen Ryan (princess of Wales), Richard Caldicott (Nathan Garrideb), Harry
Landis (Ikey Sanders), Michael Wynne (Commissionaire Jenkins)
Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Claudine Auger (Isadora Klein), Caroline Blakiston (The
Dowager Duchess), Gary Cady (Douglas Maberley), Peter Wyngarde (Langdale Pike),
Benjamin Pullen (Duke of Lomond), Mary Ellis (Mary Maberley), Michael Graham (Haines-
Johnson), Steve Toussaint (Steve Dixie), Barbara Young (Susan), John Gill (Mr Sutro),
Emma Hardwicke (Dora, the maid)

Juliet Aubrey (Dolores), Keith Barron (Bob Ferguson), Yolanda Vazquez (Carlotta
Ferguson), Roy Marsden (Stockton), Maurice Denham (Rev. Merridew), Richard Dempsey
(Jackie), Jason Hetherington (Michael Mason), Elizabeth Spriggs (Mrs Mason), Peter
Geddis (Gresty), Kate Lansbury (Mrs Gresty), Maria Redmond (Vera Gresty), Freddie
Jones (Pedlar), Hilary Mason (Miss Ruddock), Stephen Tomlin (P.C. Ware), Eileen O'Brien
(Mrs. Carter), Andy Abrahams (blacksmith Carter), Paul Parris (Albert the page), Marcello
Marascalchi (Tom Carter), Anthony Price (baby Recardo)

Daniel Massey (J.Neil Gibson), Celia Gregory (Maria Gibson), Catherine Russell (Grace
Dunbar), Niven Boyd (Marlow Bates), Andrew Wilde (Sgt Coventry), Dean Magri (Billy the
Page), Stephen MacDonald (Ferguson), Philip Bretherton (Joyce Cummings)
Colin Jeavons (Lestrade) Charles Kay (Professor Presbury), Sarah Woodward (Edith
Presbury), Adrian Lukis (Jack Bennett), Anna Mazzotti (Alice Morphy), James Tomlinson
(Macphail), Peter Guiness (Wilcox, a villain), Steve Swinscoe (Jenkins, a villain), Anthony
Havering (sec of Zoological Society), Peter Elliot (ape)


Rosalie Williams (Mrs Hudson), Denise Black (Carrie Evans), Robin Ellis (Sir Robert
Norberton), Elizabeth Weaver (Lady Beatrice Falder), Frank Grimes (John Mason),
Michael Bilton (Stephens), Martin Stone (Sandy Bain), Michael Wynne (Josiah Barnes),
James Coyle (Samuel Brewer), Jude Law (Joe Barnes), Alan Pattison (Harvey)
Deviations between the Film and the Canon                 Trivia


Mary Morstan was not blond; although he appeared to
be interested in her, Watson did not become
romantically involved as per the Canon; Ronald Lacey's
portrayal of Thaddeus Sholto was excellent! Overall
very good to excellent fidelity to the Canon, and the
most faithful "Feature Film" of the five.
Mrs. Hudson present; Watson was not married;
Borrowed lines from SIGN regarding cocaine use and
consulting detective; Adler's servant given name Mrs
Willard in the Film




Moriarty appeared in Film


Watson not married; no train scene; Lestrade should
be in Film, not Summerby; Should be Patience Moran
in Film not Patience Crowder; "Cooee" not mentioned.
Alice was very likeable and Film had a happy ending.
Should be in "Adventures" not "Casebook" as Canon

Mrs. Hudson present; Watson was not married; was
otherwise exact and some scenes improved over the
Canon! Casting was excellent in this Film


SH implied Peterson will get 1000 pound reward and
he and Watson also saw to it that Horner was freed
from jail; Horner portrayed as a family man with two
children and a wife named Jennie
The blacksmith that Roylott threw into a stream given     Film used the same house as ABBE for the
the name Thorne in the Film                               exterior shots.


Mrs. Hudson present; Film had many more characters
than Canonical version. Watson was away rather than
living at Baker St. Borrowed beginning from DYIN.
Much more confusing than necessary. Should be
Lestrade not Montgomery. Same older actress from
3GAB appears in this film. one of the worst renditions
of the Canon, and the worst of the five "Feature Films"
none noted; in my opinion probably the most faithful
of all of the Granada series to the Canon; casting was
excellent in this film.




Mrs. Hudson present; John Straker named Jonathan in
Film




Watson was with Holmes in the Film, rather than the
story being told to him by Holmes; Rachel's body found
in the pond, rather than her simply escaping; SH used
drugs in the Film but not in the Canon.

Watson was not married; unnamed cook and
coachman were given names in Film (Bates and Mrs
Fenning); Nancy met Henry indoors instead of on the
street. Very touching performance by Norman James

Mrs. Hudson present; other minor deviations from
Canon e.g. lack of Watson's "brown study" scene, but
otherwise quite faithful to the Canon; "403 Brook St."
rooms are exquisitely beautiful and luxuriant!
Melas's landlady given name Mrs.Stern in Film; Latimer
died in train accident and Mycroft caught Kemp in train
at end of Film, instead of Sophy killing them both some
months later in Buda-Pesth

Watson was not married; "VR" bullet holes in wall
borrowed from MUSG. Otherwise hardly any deviation
at all from the Canon. Verbatim dialogues. Excellent.

Mrs. Hudson present; Watson was not married; theft
of Mona Lisa was "matter of the French government";
Moriarty admitted to masterminding REDH; excellent    Holmes had the exact same firearm in his
Swiss scenery, and ending was very well handled       pocket as was carried by Sir Henry in HOUN
In the Film, Watson was working with Lestrade, had
performed autopsy on Adair, and appeared at the
Inquest; Hardy attested to being Adair's godfather
Mrs. Hudson present; Seafaring tramp murdered by
Oldacre and his body set afire instead of "a dead dog
or rabbits" as SH suggested in the Canon: another
improvement to the Canon as in TWIS
SH was bent over a microscope as per SHOS instead of
chemical vessels; Doctor given name Carthew in the
Film; Watson took WAY too many of SH's lines
Mrs. Hudson present; Borrowed line "I never guess"
from SIGN; SH used cocaine at end; Carruther's
daughter given name Sarah in Film
Mrs Hudson present; Many minor deviations from
original Canonical script, but none had any significant
effect on the plot. Major deviation was that James
Wilder died at the end of the Film.


Mrs. Hudson present; SH mentioned that Milverton was
a member of the Diogenes Club? The Film had many
more characters than the Canon, and was somewhat
embellished. Lady Swinstead identified as Milverton's
assassin, and Colonel Dorking was exposed as a
homosexual to Charlotte Miles, e.g. Otherwise, the plot
and dialogs were quite faithful to the original story,
and ranks 3rd of 5 in Canonical fidelity.




German manager given name Mandelstam in the Film


Mrs. Hudson present; Dr. Watson not present;Mycroft
appeared in place of Watson, and "helped" SH far too
much; Abigail presented as women's rights advocate
and suspect in Smith's murder; Vladimir presented as
murderer of Coram at end of Film; Hopkins better

Inspector Hopkins was too old; manager of Adelaide-
Southampton shipping office given the name Viviani in
the Film; Did not occur in the winter; "Crocker" was      Film used the same house as SPEC for the
misspelled in the opening credits.                        exterior shots.
Wih only some minor paraphrasing in Lestrade's lines,
most dialog was verbatim from Canon! The usual
sharing of some of SH's lines by Watson. Jacobs from
the Canon was named Bates in the Film
Dr. Mortimer was with Watson when he met up with
SH, Selden portrayed as "childlike" from lobotomy;
Stapleton not present when his body was found, etc.
John Clayton the cab driver scene missing; Mortimer
was at end of Film instead of Lestrade (who was
missing in Film) Laura Lyons and Stapleton don't fit
Canonical descriptions. Film ranks as 2nd of 5 in
Canonical fidelity. Excellent scenery and brilliant       Sir Henry carried the exact same firearm as
casting as usual.                                         Holmes had in his pocket in FINA
very minor differences: SH and Watson rented
bicycles; Watson saw mulatto cook not Constable
Walters; voodooism not mentioned in Film; Insp
Gregson not in Film; flintlock pistols not in Canon

Mrs. Hudson present; Lestrade should be in Film, not
Hawkins; Marcel Jacottet named as medical student;
who are Bradbrook, Gull, Mrs Clyde, Lucy? Story much
more complicated than necessary; Occurs at Christmas
1900, not in August; disappointing because it could
have been easily made more faithful to the Canon
Mrs. Hudson present; Gregson should be in Film, not
Hawkins; Firmani Killed by Villain; SH & Leverton
attacked by villain; many minor deviations, but basic
storyline is ok; much of SH's fire taken away


Mrs. Hudson present; Lestrade should be in Film, not
Bradstreet, otherwise excellent adherence to the
Canonical version

Many extra characters in Film. Although marginally
entertaining, there were many many deviations from
Canon: opium den borrowed from TWIS; Baker Street
Irregulars borrowed; Victor had wife Adelaide and dtr
Marina. Culverton does not match description. Watson
seeks help from him, etc. Rather disappointing.
Peters in a wheelchair; Earl of Rufton in Film should be
her late father rather than brother Miss Calder is
villains accomplice?Watson not attacked by Green in
Film; Lestrade not in Film. Should be in "His Last Bow",
not "Casebook" as per the Canon

Doctor given name Richards in the Film; SH apparently
using drugs at beginning of Film, but symbolically
buries the drugs and syringe on the beach. Very well
done and otherwise very faithful to the Canon.

Mrs. Hudson present; Watson not living apart from SH;
Film was embellished somewhat over the Canon, and
Gruner was older and less handsome than he should
have been. The dialog and plot were otherwise faithful
to original Canonical story.
Film is mixture of MAZA and 3GAR; Mycroft added
because of Jeremy Brett's illness; Insp Younghal
should be in Film, not Bradstreet; Billy the page
missing, etc. Very disappointing, very unfaithful to the
Canon, and the worst of the Films I have reviewed to
date.

Mrs. Hudson present; very unfaithful to the Canon with
many scenes altered: Steve Dixie beats Watson up, SH
shows no concern for him. Confusing, complicated and
overly embellished: tied with NOBL for worst place

Film named "The Last Vampyre";although entertaining,
had many more characters than Canonical version, was
somewhat embellished and plot was more complicated.
Most dialogues were almost verbatim from Canon,
though. Major deviations include deaths of baby and
Jackie Ferguson. Holmes had page boy named Albert
in Film. Ranks 4th of 5 in overall fidelity to the Canon.

only very minor difference was that Gibson did not
come back to Baker St in a "more chastened mood",
and meets up later with SH at Winchester prison
Lestrade present in Film (no inspector in Canon), and
Watson not living apart from SH; so many other
deviations from the Canon e.g. extra villains and
embellishments, that they cannot all be listed here


Mrs. Hudson present; SH-Watson covertly investigate
house; Joe Barnes (not Mr. Norlett) masqueraded as
Lady Beatrice; suspicion that Sir Robert killed Brewer
(not Lady Beatrice); Harvey fired by Mason
                     by: Robert W. Scull (v.10.1 01-26-12)

DD OX Abbr Book             Title          Recorded Date(s)      Location      First Broadcast

                                                                                   Episode-1
                                                                BBC Studios   5th November 1989
                                                                Maida Vale,        Episode-2
1   1   STUD novel     Study in Scarlet         Oct-89            London      12th November 1989




                                                                                   Episode-1
                                                                BBC Studios   10th December 1989
                                                                Maida Vale,        Episode-2
2   2   SIGN novel      Sign of Four            Oct-89            London      17th December 1989




                                                                BBC Studios
                                                                Maida Vale,
3   3   SCAN ADV     Scandal in Bohemia   July - October 1990     London      7th November 1990




                                                                BBC Studios
                                                                Maida Vale,
4   5 REDH ADV       Red-headed League    July - October 1990     London      14th November 1990




                                                                BBC Studios
                                                                Maida Vale,
5   4   IDEN   ADV     Case of Identity   July - October 1990     London      21st November 1990




                                                                BBC Studios
                                                                Maida Vale,
6   6 BOSC ADVBoscombe Valley Mystery July - October 1990         London      28th November 1990




                                                                BBC Studios
                                                                Maida Vale,
7   7   FIVE   ADV    Five Orange Pips    July - October 1990     London      5th December 1990
                                                                 BBC Studios
                                                                 Maida Vale,
8   8   TWIS ADV Man with the Twisted Lip July - October 1990      London      12th December 1990




                                                                 BBC Studios
                                                                 Maida Vale,
9   9   BLUE ADV       Blue Carbuncle      July - October 1990     London       2nd January 1991




                                                                 BBC Studios
                                                                 Maida Vale,
10 10 SPEC ADV          Speckled Band      July - October 1990     London       9th January 1991




                                                                 BBC Studios
                                                                 Maida Vale,
11 11 ENGR ADV        Engineer's Thumb     July - October 1990     London       16th January 1991




                                                                 BBC Studios
                                                                 Maida Vale,
12 12 NOBL ADV         Noble Bachelor      July - October 1990     London       23rd January 1991




                                                                 BBC Studios
                                                                 Maida Vale,
13 13 BERY ADV          Beryl Coronet      July - October 1990     London       30th January 1991




                                                                 BBC Studios
                                                                 Maida Vale,
14 14 COPP ADV         Copper Beeches      July - October 1990     London       6th February 1991




                                                                 BBC Studios
                                                                 Maida Vale,
15 15   SILV MEM         Silver Blaze            Jul-91            London       8th January 1992
                                                BBC Studios
                                                Maida Vale,
16 17 YELL MEM      Yellow Face        Jul-91     London      15th January 1992




                                                BBC Studios
                                                Maida Vale,
17 18 STOC MEM   Stockbroker's Clerk   Jul-91     London      22nd January 1992




                                                BBC Studios
                                                Maida Vale,
18 19 GLOR MEM      Gloria Scott       Jul-91     London      29th January 1992




                                                BBC Studios
                                                Maida Vale,
19 20 MUSG MEM    Musgrave Ritual      Jul-91     London      5th February 1992




                                                BBC Studios
                                                Maida Vale,
20 21 REIG MEM   The Reigate Squire    Jul-91     London      12th February 1992




                                                BBC Studios
                                                Maida Vale,
21 22 CROO MEM     Crooked Man         Jul-91     London      7th October 1992




                                                BBC Studios
                                                Maida Vale,
22 23 RESI MEM    Resident Patient     Jul-91     London      14th October 1992




                                                BBC Studios
                                                Maida Vale,
23 24 GREE MEM    Greek Interpreter    Jul-91     London      21st October 1992
                                               BBC Studios
                                               Maida Vale,
24 25 NAVA MEM      Naval Treaty      Jul-91     London      28th October 1992




                                               BBC Studios
                                               Maida Vale,
25 26 FINA MEM      Final Problem     Jul-91     London      4th November 1992




                                               BBC Studios
                                               Maida Vale,
26 28 EMPT RET      Empty House       Oct-92     London      24th February 1993




                                               BBC Studios
                                               Maida Vale,
27 29 NORW RET     Norwood Builder    Oct-92     London       3rd March 1993




                                               BBC Studios
                                               Maida Vale,
28 31 DANC RET      Dancing Men       Oct-92     London       10th March 1993




                                               BBC Studios
                                               Maida Vale,
29 30 SOLI   RET   Solitary Cyclist   Oct-92     London       17th March 1993




                                               BBC Studios
                                               Maida Vale,
30 32 PRIO RET      Priory School     Oct-92     London       24th March 1993
                                                   BBC Studios
                                                   Maida Vale,
31 33 BLAC RET         Black Peter        Oct-92     London        31st March 1993




                                                   BBC Studios
                                                   Maida Vale,
32 34 CHAS RET     Charles A. Milverton   Oct-92     London         7th April 1993




                                                   BBC Studios
                                                   Maida Vale,
33 35 SIXN   RET     Six Napoleons        Oct-92     London      8th September 1993




                                                   BBC Studios
                                                   Maida Vale,
34 36 3STU RET       Three Students       Oct-92     London      15th September 1993




                                                   BBC Studios
                                                   Maida Vale,
35 37 GOLD RET     Golden Pince-Nez       Oct-92     London      22nd September 1993




                                                   BBC Studios
                                                   Maida Vale,
36 38 MISS RET Missing Three-Quarter      Oct-92     London      29th September 1993




                                                   BBC Studios
                                                   Maida Vale,
37 39 ABBE RET       Abbey Grange         Oct-92     London        6th October 1993
                                                  BBC Studios
                                                  Maida Vale,
38 40 SECO RET         Second Stain      Oct-92     London       13th October 1993




                                                      BBC            Episode-1
                                                  Broadcasting    28th June 1998
                                                     House,          Episode-2
39 27 HOUN novel Hound of Baskervilles   May-98     London         5th July 1998




                                                      BBC           Episode-1
                                                  Broadcasting   23rd March 1997
                                                     House,         Episode-2
40 41 VALL novel      Valley of Fear     Feb-97     London       30th March 1997



                                                  BBC Studios
                                                  Maida Vale,
41 42 WIST BOW        Wisteria Lodge     Jul-93     London       5th January 1994




                                                  BBC Studios
                                                  Maida Vale,
42 16 CARD BOW        Cardboard Box      Jul-93     London       12th January 1994



                                                  BBC Studios
                                                  Maida Vale,
43 45 REDC BOW          Red Circle       Jul-93     London       19th January 1994




                                                  BBC Studios
                                                  Maida Vale,
44 43 BRUC BOW Bruce-Partington Plans    Jul-93     London       26th January 1994
                                                                 BBC Studios
                                                                 Maida Vale,
45 47 DYIN BOW       Dying Detective            Jul-93             London       2nd February 1994



                                                                 BBC Studios
                                                                 Maida Vale,
46 46 LADY BOW Lady Frances Carfax              Jul-93             London       9th February 1994




                                                                 BBC Studios
                                                                 Maida Vale,
47 44 DEVI BOW         Devil's Foot             Jul-93             London      16th February 1994




                                                                 BBC Studios
                                                                 Maida Vale,
48 48 LAST BOW        His Last Bow              Jul-93             London      23rd February 1994




                                                                 BBC Studios
                                                                 Maida Vale,
49 54   ILLU   CSB   Illustrious Client   April - October 1994     London      21st September 1994




                                                                 BBC Studios
                                                                 Maida Vale,
50 56 BLAN CSB       Blanched Soldier     April - October 1994     London      28th September 1994




                                                                 BBC Studios
                                                                 Maida Vale,
51 49 MAZA CSB        Mazarin Stone       April - October 1994     London       5th October 1994
                                                              BBC Studios
                                                              Maida Vale,
52 55 3GAB CSB        Three Gables     April - October 1994     London      12th October 1994




                                                              BBC Studios
                                                              Maida Vale,
53 52 SUSS CSB       Sussex Vampire    April - October 1994     London      19th October 1994




                                                              BBC Studios
                                                              Maida Vale,
54 53 3GAR CSB       Three Garridebs   April - October 1994     London      26th October 1994




                                                              BBC Studios
                                                              Maida Vale,
55 50 THOR CSB         Thor Bridge     April - October 1994     London      22nd February 1995




                                                              BBC Studios
                                                              Maida Vale,
56 51 CREE CSB        Creeping Man     April - October 1994     London        1st March 1995




                                                              BBC Studios
                                                              Maida Vale,
57 57 LION     CSB     Lion's Mane     April - October 1994     London        8th March 1995




                                                              BBC Studios
                                                              Maida Vale,
58 59   VEIL   CSB    Veiled Lodger    April - October 1994     London       15th March 1995
                                                              BBC Studios
                                                              Maida Vale,
59 60 SHOS CSB Shoscombe Old Place     April - October 1994     London      22nd March 1995




                                                              BBC Studios
                                                              Maida Vale,
60 58 RETI   CSB   Retired Colourman   April - October 1994     London      29th March 1995
                                                                      Production
  Length        Dramatised By       Directed By      Produced By       Assistant




Two (1) Hour
 Episodes         Bert Coules        Ian Cotterell   David Johnston     Liz Holt




Two (1) Hour
 Episodes         Bert Coules        Ian Cotterell   David Johnston     Liz Holt




                                                                         Liz Holt
                                                                       Joan Raffan
 45 Minutes       Bert Coules       Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Lucy Hackney




                                                                         Liz Holt
                                                                       Joan Raffan
 45 Minutes    Vincent Mc Inerney   Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Lucy Hackney




                                                                         Liz Holt
                                                                       Joan Raffan
 45 Minutes      Peter Mackie       Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Lucy Hackney




                                                                         Liz Holt
                                                                       Joan Raffan
 45 Minutes       Bert Coules       Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Lucy Hackney




                                                                         Liz Holt
                                                                       Joan Raffan
 45 Minutes    Vincent Mc Inerney   Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Lucy Hackney
                                                                           Liz Holt
                                                                         Joan Raffan
45 Minutes                P                            Patrick Rayner
               Peter Mackie atrick Rayner & Enyd Williams               Lucy Hackney




                                                                           Liz Holt
                                                                         Joan Raffan
45 Minutes      Bert Coules       Patrick Rayner      Patrick Rayner    Lucy Hackney




                                                                           Liz Holt
                                                                         Joan Raffan
45 Minutes   Vincent Mc Inerney   Patrick Rayner      Patrick Rayner    Lucy Hackney




                                                                           Liz Holt
                                                                         Joan Raffan
45 Minutes     Peter Mackie       Patrick Rayner      Patrick Rayner    Lucy Hackney




                                                                           Liz Holt
                                                                         Joan Raffan
45 Minutes      Bert Coules        Enyd Williams      Enyd Williams     Lucy Hackney




                                                                           Liz Holt
                                                                         Joan Raffan
45 Minutes   Vincent Mc Inerney    Enyd Williams       Enyd Williams    Lucy Hackney




                                                                           Liz Holt
                                                                         Joan Raffan
45 Minutes     Peter Mackie        Enyd Williams       Enyd Williams    Lucy Hackney




                                                                          Liz Holt
45 Minutes      Bert Coules       Patrick Rayner      Patrick Rayner    Joan Raffan
                                                                      Liz Holt
45 Minutes      Gerry Jones       Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan




                                                                      Liz Holt
45 Minutes   Denys Hawthorne      Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan




                                                                      Liz Holt
45 Minutes   Vincent Mc Inerney   Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan




                                                                      Liz Holt
45 Minutes     Peter Mackie       Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan




                                                                      Liz Holt
45 Minutes     Robert Forrest     Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan




                                                                      Liz Holt
45 Minutes      Bert Coules       Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan




                                                                      Liz Holt
45 Minutes       Peter Ling       Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan




                                                                      Liz Holt
45 Minutes      Gerry Jones       Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan
                                                                    Liz Holt
45 Minutes    David Ashton      Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan




                                                                    Liz Holt
45 Minutes     Bert Coules      Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan




                                                                    Liz Holt
45 Minutes     Bert Coules      Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan




                                                                    Liz Holt
45 Minutes     Bert Coules      Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan




                                                                    Liz Holt
45 Minutes     Bert Coules      Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan




                                                                    Liz Holt
45 Minutes     Bert Coules      Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan




                                                                    Liz Holt
45 Minutes   Michael Bakewell   Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan
                                                                   Liz Holt
45 Minutes     David Ashton    Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan




                                                                   Liz Holt
45 Minutes     Bert Coules     Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan




                                                                   Liz Holt
45 Minutes     Bert Coules     Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan




                                                                   Liz Holt
45 Minutes   Denys Hawthorne   Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan




                                                                   Liz Holt
45 Minutes      Peter Ling     Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan




                                                                   Liz Holt
45 Minutes    Roger Danes      Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan




                                                                   Liz Holt
45 Minutes    Robert Forrest   Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan
                                                                  Liz Holt
 45 Minutes    Bert Coules   Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams     Joan Raffan




Two (1) Hour
 Episodes      Bert Coules   Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Sue Westwood




Two (1) Hour
 Episodes      Bert Coules   Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams     Liz Adams




                                                                  Liz Holt
 45 Minutes    Bert Coules   Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner    Joan Raffan




                                                                  Liz Holt
 45 Minutes    Roger Danes   Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner    Joan Raffan




                                                                  Liz Holt
 45 Minutes     Peter Ling   Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams     Joan Raffan




                                                                  Liz Holt
 45 Minutes    Bert Coules   Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams     Joan Raffan
                                                                  Liz Holt
45 Minutes   Robert Forrest   Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan




                                                                  Liz Holt
45 Minutes     Peter Ling     Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan




                                                                  Liz Holt
45 Minutes    Bert Coules     Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan




                                                                  Liz Holt
45 Minutes    Bert Coules     Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan




                                                                  Liz Holt
45 Minutes    Bert Coules     Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan




                                                                  Liz Holt
45 Minutes   Roger Danes      Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan




                                                                  Liz Holt
45 Minutes    Bert Coules     Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan
                                                                  Liz Holt
45 Minutes     Peter Ling     Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan




                                                                  Liz Holt
45 Minutes    Bert Coules     Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan




                                                                  Liz Holt
45 Minutes   David Ashton     Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan




                                                                  Liz Holt
45 Minutes    Bert Coules     Enyd Williams    Enyd Williams    Joan Raffan




                                                                  Liz Holt
45 Minutes   Robert Forrest   Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan




                                                                  Liz Holt
45 Minutes    Bert Coules     Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan




                                                                  Liz Holt
45 Minutes   Roger Danes      Patrick Rayner   Patrick Rayner   Joan Raffan
                                                                  Liz Holt
45 Minutes   Michael Bakewell   Enyd Williams   Enyd Williams   Joan Raffan




                                                                  Liz Holt
45 Minutes     Bert Coules      Enyd Williams   Enyd Williams   Joan Raffan
    Technical Presentation       Musical Instrument



         Roger Danes
       Sarah Rosewarne           Alexander Balanescu
          Ian Harker                    Violin




        Wilfredo Acosta
          Ros Mason              Alexander Balanescu
        Alison McKenzie                 Violin
Roger Danes, Richard Beadsmore
  Carol McShane, Peter Novis
   Ian Harker, Keith Graham
   David Blount, Anne Bunting     Leonard Friedman
    John Hunt, Alison Carter           Violin
Roger Danes, Richard Beadsmore
  Carol McShane, Peter Novis
   Ian Harker, Keith Graham
   David Blount, Anne Bunting     Leonard Friedman
    John Hunt, Alison Carter           Violin
Roger Danes, Richard Beadsmore
  Carol McShane, Peter Novis
   Ian Harker, Keith Graham
   David Blount, Anne Bunting     Leonard Friedman
    John Hunt, Alison Carter           Violin

Roger Danes, Richard Beadsmore
  Carol McShane, Peter Novis
   Ian Harker, Keith Graham
   David Blount, Anne Bunting     Leonard Friedman
    John Hunt, Alison Carter           Violin
Roger Danes, Richard Beadsmore
  Carol McShane, Peter Novis
   Ian Harker, Keith Graham
   David Blount, Anne Bunting     Leonard Friedman
    John Hunt, Alison Carter           Violin
Roger Danes, Richard Beadsmore
  Carol McShane, Peter Novis
   Ian Harker, Keith Graham
   David Blount, Anne Bunting       Leonard Friedman
    John Hunt, Alison Carter             Violin

Roger Danes, Richard Beadsmore
  Carol McShane, Peter Novis
   Ian Harker, Keith Graham
   David Blount, Anne Bunting       Leonard Friedman
    John Hunt, Alison Carter             Violin
Roger Danes, Richard Beadsmore
  Carol McShane, Peter Novis
   Ian Harker, Keith Graham
   David Blount, Anne Bunting       Leonard Friedman
    John Hunt, Alison Carter             Violin
Roger Danes, Richard Beadsmore
  Carol McShane, Peter Novis
   Ian Harker, Keith Graham
   David Blount, Anne Bunting       Leonard Friedman
    John Hunt, Alison Carter             Violin


Roger Danes, Richard Beadsmore
  Carol McShane, Peter Novis
   Ian Harker, Keith Graham
   David Blount, Anne Bunting       Leonard Friedman
    John Hunt, Alison Carter             Violin
Roger Danes, Richard Beadsmore
  Carol McShane, Peter Novis
   Ian Harker, Keith Graham
   David Blount, Anne Bunting       Leonard Friedman
    John Hunt, Alison Carter             Violin
Roger Danes, Richard Beadsmore
  Carol McShane, Peter Novis
   Ian Harker, Keith Graham
   David Blount, Anne Bunting       Leonard Friedman
    John Hunt, Alison Carter             Violin
 Tim Sturgeon, Wilfredo Acosta,
   Richard Beadsmore, Sarah
          Rosewarne,
  Anne Bunting, Mike Etherden,
  Keith Graham, Colin Guthrie,      Leonard Friedman
 Alison Carter, Hilary Carruthers        Violin
Tim Sturgeon, Wilfredo Acosta,
  Richard Beadsmore, Sarah
         Rosewarne,
 Anne Bunting, Mike Etherden,
 Keith Graham, Colin Guthrie,      Leonard Friedman
Alison Carter, Hilary Carruthers        Violin
Tim Sturgeon, Wilfredo Acosta,
  Richard Beadsmore, Sarah
         Rosewarne,
 Anne Bunting, Mike Etherden,
 Keith Graham, Colin Guthrie,      Leonard Friedman
Alison Carter, Hilary Carruthers        Violin
Tim Sturgeon, Wilfredo Acosta,
  Richard Beadsmore, Sarah
         Rosewarne,
 Anne Bunting, Mike Etherden,
 Keith Graham, Colin Guthrie,      Leonard Friedman
Alison Carter, Hilary Carruthers        Violin
Tim Sturgeon, Wilfredo Acosta,
  Richard Beadsmore, Sarah
         Rosewarne,
 Anne Bunting, Mike Etherden,
 Keith Graham, Colin Guthrie,      Leonard Friedman
Alison Carter, Hilary Carruthers        Violin
Tim Sturgeon, Wilfredo Acosta,
  Richard Beadsmore, Sarah
         Rosewarne,
 Anne Bunting, Mike Etherden,
 Keith Graham, Colin Guthrie,      Leonard Friedman
Alison Carter, Hilary Carruthers        Violin
Tim Sturgeon, Wilfredo Acosta,
  Richard Beadsmore, Sarah
         Rosewarne,
 Anne Bunting, Mike Etherden,
 Keith Graham, Colin Guthrie,      Leonard Friedman
Alison Carter, Hilary Carruthers        Violin
Tim Sturgeon, Wilfredo Acosta,
  Richard Beadsmore, Sarah
         Rosewarne,
 Anne Bunting, Mike Etherden,
 Keith Graham, Colin Guthrie,      Leonard Friedman
Alison Carter, Hilary Carruthers        Violin
Tim Sturgeon, Wilfredo Acosta,
  Richard Beadsmore, Sarah
         Rosewarne,
 Anne Bunting, Mike Etherden,
 Keith Graham, Colin Guthrie,      Leonard Friedman
Alison Carter, Hilary Carruthers        Violin
Tim Sturgeon, Wilfredo Acosta,
  Richard Beadsmore, Sarah
         Rosewarne,
 Anne Bunting, Mike Etherden,
 Keith Graham, Colin Guthrie,      Leonard Friedman
Alison Carter, Hilary Carruthers        Violin
Tim Sturgeon, Wilfredo Acosta,
  Richard Beadsmore, Sarah
         Rosewarne,
 Anne Bunting, Mike Etherden,
 Keith Graham, Colin Guthrie,      Leonard Friedman
Alison Carter, Hilary Carruthers        Violin

 Wilfredo Acosta, Peter Novis,
Tim Sturgeon, Alick Hale-Munro,
  Roger Danes,Anthea Davies,
Keith Graham, Alison McKenzie,
 Colin Guthrie, Rebecca Kirby,
   Paul Arnold, Charlie Hume,      Leonard Friedman
 Suzanne Howard, Jane Napier            Violin
 Wilfredo Acosta, Peter Novis,
Tim Sturgeon, Alick Hale-Munro,
  Roger Danes,Anthea Davies,
Keith Graham, Alison McKenzie,
 Colin Guthrie, Rebecca Kirby,
   Paul Arnold, Charlie Hume,      Leonard Friedman
 Suzanne Howard, Jane Napier            Violin
 Wilfredo Acosta, Peter Novis,
Tim Sturgeon, Alick Hale-Munro,
  Roger Danes,Anthea Davies,
Keith Graham, Alison McKenzie,
 Colin Guthrie, Rebecca Kirby,
   Paul Arnold, Charlie Hume,      Leonard Friedman
 Suzanne Howard, Jane Napier            Violin
 Wilfredo Acosta, Peter Novis,
Tim Sturgeon, Alick Hale-Munro,
  Roger Danes,Anthea Davies,
Keith Graham, Alison McKenzie,
 Colin Guthrie, Rebecca Kirby,
   Paul Arnold, Charlie Hume,      Leonard Friedman
 Suzanne Howard, Jane Napier            Violin
 Wilfredo Acosta, Peter Novis,
Tim Sturgeon, Alick Hale-Munro,
  Roger Danes,Anthea Davies,
Keith Graham, Alison McKenzie,
 Colin Guthrie, Rebecca Kirby,
   Paul Arnold, Charlie Hume,      Leonard Friedman
 Suzanne Howard, Jane Napier            Violin
 Wilfredo Acosta, Peter Novis,
Tim Sturgeon, Alick Hale-Munro,
  Roger Danes,Anthea Davies,
Keith Graham, Alison McKenzie,
 Colin Guthrie, Rebecca Kirby,
   Paul Arnold, Charlie Hume,     Leonard Friedman
 Suzanne Howard, Jane Napier           Violin
 Wilfredo Acosta, Peter Novis,
Tim Sturgeon, Alick Hale-Munro,
  Roger Danes,Anthea Davies,
Keith Graham, Alison McKenzie,    Leonard Friedman
 Colin Guthrie, Rebecca Kirby,         Violin
   Paul Arnold, Charlie Hume,      Michael Haslam
 Suzanne Howard, Jane Napier           Pianist
 Wilfredo Acosta, Peter Novis,
Tim Sturgeon, Alick Hale-Munro,
  Roger Danes,Anthea Davies,
Keith Graham, Alison McKenzie,
 Colin Guthrie, Rebecca Kirby,
   Paul Arnold, Charlie Hume,     Leonard Friedman
 Suzanne Howard, Jane Napier           Violin
 Wilfredo Acosta, Peter Novis,
Tim Sturgeon, Alick Hale-Munro,
  Roger Danes,Anthea Davies,
Keith Graham, Alison McKenzie,
 Colin Guthrie, Rebecca Kirby,
   Paul Arnold, Charlie Hume,     Leonard Friedman
 Suzanne Howard, Jane Napier           Violin
 Wilfredo Acosta, Peter Novis,
Tim Sturgeon, Alick Hale-Munro,
  Roger Danes,Anthea Davies,
Keith Graham, Alison McKenzie,
 Colin Guthrie, Rebecca Kirby,
   Paul Arnold, Charlie Hume,     Leonard Friedman
 Suzanne Howard, Jane Napier           Violin
 Wilfredo Acosta, Peter Novis,
Tim Sturgeon, Alick Hale-Munro,
  Roger Danes,Anthea Davies,
Keith Graham, Alison McKenzie,
 Colin Guthrie, Rebecca Kirby,
   Paul Arnold, Charlie Hume,     Leonard Friedman
 Suzanne Howard, Jane Napier           Violin
 Wilfredo Acosta, Peter Novis,
Tim Sturgeon, Alick Hale-Munro,
  Roger Danes,Anthea Davies,
Keith Graham, Alison McKenzie,
 Colin Guthrie, Rebecca Kirby,
   Paul Arnold, Charlie Hume,     Leonard Friedman
 Suzanne Howard, Jane Napier           Violin
 Wilfredo Acosta, Peter Novis,
Tim Sturgeon, Alick Hale-Munro,
  Roger Danes,Anthea Davies,
Keith Graham, Alison McKenzie,
 Colin Guthrie, Rebecca Kirby,
   Paul Arnold, Charlie Hume,     Leonard Friedman
 Suzanne Howard, Jane Napier           Violin




                                  Music directed by
        Colin Guthrie             Michael Haslam
        Anne Bunting               Ian Humphries
        Rebecca Kirby                   Violin




                                  Music directed by
        Tim Sturgeon              Michael Haslam
        Keith Graham               Abigail Young
        Colin Guthrie                  Violin
 Wilfredo Acosta, Tim Sturgeon,
  Roger Danes, Keith Graham,
Alison McKenzie, Rebecca Kirby,
Charlie Hume, Suzanne Howard,     Leonard Friedman
         Susan Masters                 Violin

 Wilfredo Acosta, Tim Sturgeon,
  Roger Danes, Keith Graham,
Alison McKenzie, Rebecca Kirby,
Charlie Hume, Suzanne Howard,     Leonard Friedman
         Susan Masters                 Violin
 Wilfredo Acosta, Tim Sturgeon,
  Roger Danes, Keith Graham,
Alison McKenzie, Rebecca Kirby,
Charlie Hume, Suzanne Howard,     Leonard Friedman
         Susan Masters                 Violin



 Wilfredo Acosta, Tim Sturgeon,
  Roger Danes, Keith Graham,
Alison McKenzie, Rebecca Kirby,
Charlie Hume, Suzanne Howard,     Leonard Friedman
         Susan Masters                 Violin
 Wilfredo Acosta, Tim Sturgeon,
  Roger Danes, Keith Graham,
Alison McKenzie, Rebecca Kirby,
Charlie Hume, Suzanne Howard,     Leonard Friedman
         Susan Masters                 Violin
 Wilfredo Acosta, Tim Sturgeon,
  Roger Danes, Keith Graham,
Alison McKenzie, Rebecca Kirby,
Charlie Hume, Suzanne Howard,     Leonard Friedman
         Susan Masters                 Violin

 Wilfredo Acosta, Tim Sturgeon,
  Roger Danes, Keith Graham,
Alison McKenzie, Rebecca Kirby,
Charlie Hume, Suzanne Howard,     Leonard Friedman
         Susan Masters                 Violin



 Wilfredo Acosta, Tim Sturgeon,
  Roger Danes, Keith Graham,
Alison McKenzie, Rebecca Kirby,
Charlie Hume, Suzanne Howard,     Leonard Friedman
         Susan Masters                 Violin
 Tim Sturgeon, Anthea Davies,
Alison McKenzie, Colin Guthrie,
Ian Harker, Sarah Rosewarne,
 Roger Danes, Rebecca Kirby,      Leonard Friedman,
  Jean Dibben, Charlie Hume,      Richard Friedman,
   David Blount, Jane Napier,       Mairi Campbell
          Peter Novis                    Violin
 Tim Sturgeon, Anthea Davies,
Alison McKenzie, Colin Guthrie,
Ian Harker, Sarah Rosewarne,
 Roger Danes, Rebecca Kirby,      Leonard Friedman,
  Jean Dibben, Charlie Hume,      Richard Friedman,
   David Blount, Jane Napier,       Mairi Campbell
          Peter Novis                    Violin
 Tim Sturgeon, Anthea Davies,
Alison McKenzie, Colin Guthrie,
Ian Harker, Sarah Rosewarne,
 Roger Danes, Rebecca Kirby,      Leonard Friedman,
  Jean Dibben, Charlie Hume,      Richard Friedman,
   David Blount, Jane Napier,       Mairi Campbell
          Peter Novis                    Violin
 Tim Sturgeon, Anthea Davies,
Alison McKenzie, Colin Guthrie,
Ian Harker, Sarah Rosewarne,
 Roger Danes, Rebecca Kirby,      Leonard Friedman,
  Jean Dibben, Charlie Hume,      Richard Friedman,
   David Blount, Jane Napier,       Mairi Campbell
          Peter Novis                    Violin
 Tim Sturgeon, Anthea Davies,
Alison McKenzie, Colin Guthrie,
Ian Harker, Sarah Rosewarne,
 Roger Danes, Rebecca Kirby,      Leonard Friedman,
  Jean Dibben, Charlie Hume,      Richard Friedman,
   David Blount, Jane Napier,       Mairi Campbell
          Peter Novis                    Violin
 Tim Sturgeon, Anthea Davies,
Alison McKenzie, Colin Guthrie,
Ian Harker, Sarah Rosewarne,
 Roger Danes, Rebecca Kirby,      Leonard Friedman,
  Jean Dibben, Charlie Hume,      Richard Friedman,
   David Blount, Jane Napier,       Mairi Campbell
          Peter Novis                    Violin
 Tim Sturgeon, Anthea Davies,
Alison McKenzie, Colin Guthrie,
Ian Harker, Sarah Rosewarne,
 Roger Danes, Rebecca Kirby,      Leonard Friedman,
  Jean Dibben, Charlie Hume,      Richard Friedman,
   David Blount, Jane Napier,       Mairi Campbell
          Peter Novis                    Violin
 Tim Sturgeon, Anthea Davies,
Alison McKenzie, Colin Guthrie,
Ian Harker, Sarah Rosewarne,
 Roger Danes, Rebecca Kirby,      Leonard Friedman,
  Jean Dibben, Charlie Hume,      Richard Friedman,
   David Blount, Jane Napier,       Mairi Campbell
          Peter Novis                    Violin
 Tim Sturgeon, Anthea Davies,
Alison McKenzie, Colin Guthrie,
Ian Harker, Sarah Rosewarne,
 Roger Danes, Rebecca Kirby,      Leonard Friedman,
  Jean Dibben, Charlie Hume,      Richard Friedman,
   David Blount, Jane Napier,       Mairi Campbell
          Peter Novis                    Violin
 Tim Sturgeon, Anthea Davies,
Alison McKenzie, Colin Guthrie,
Ian Harker, Sarah Rosewarne,
 Roger Danes, Rebecca Kirby,      Leonard Friedman,
  Jean Dibben, Charlie Hume,      Richard Friedman,
   David Blount, Jane Napier,       Mairi Campbell
          Peter Novis                    Violin
 Tim Sturgeon, Anthea Davies,
Alison McKenzie, Colin Guthrie,
Ian Harker, Sarah Rosewarne,
 Roger Danes, Rebecca Kirby,      Leonard Friedman,
  Jean Dibben, Charlie Hume,      Richard Friedman,
   David Blount, Jane Napier,       Mairi Campbell
          Peter Novis                    Violin
 Tim Sturgeon, Anthea Davies,
Alison McKenzie, Colin Guthrie,
Ian Harker, Sarah Rosewarne,
 Roger Danes, Rebecca Kirby,      Leonard Friedman,
  Jean Dibben, Charlie Hume,      Richard Friedman,
   David Blount, Jane Napier,       Mairi Campbell
          Peter Novis                    Violin
                                               Cast Members
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams, Stamford-Paul Downing, Mrs Hudson-Anna
Cropper,
Lestrade-Donald Gee, Gregson-John Moffatt, Stangerson-Matt Zimmerman, Drebber-Ed Bishop,
Arthur-John Bull, Mme Charpentier-Marcia King, PC Rance-Michael Kilgarriff, Alice-Jane Slavin,
Wiggins-Alan Dean, Jefferson Hope-Shane Rimmer, Brigham Young-Peter Carlisle, Lucy-Alice Arnold,
Ferrier-Christopher Good, Stangerson Snr-John Bull
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Mary Morstan-Moir Leslie, Jonathan Small-Brian Blessed,
Inspector Jones-Sion Probert, Thaddeus Sholto-Richard Tate,
Mrs Hudson-Anna Cropper, Sholto-Michael Kilgarriff,
Tonga-John Bull, Khan-Amerjit Deu,
Sherman-John Moffatt, Mrs Forrester-Elizabeth Mansfield,
Jacobson-Vincent Brimble,

Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Irene Adler-Sarah Badel, The King of Bohemia-Andrew Sachs,
Norton-Brian Miller, Priest-Danny Schiller,
John-Ian Lindsay, Mrs Hudson-Mary Allen,
Mrs Turner-Jenny Howe


Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Jabez Wilson-James Grout, Vincent Spaulding-James Wilby,
Ross-Sam Graham, Mr Merryweather-James Green,
Inspector Jones-Nigel Carrington




Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Mary Sutherland-Susannah Corbett, Windibank-Ralph Bates,
Mrs Windibank-Auriol Smith, Cabbie-Ian Lindsay
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Mrs Moran-Tara Dominick, Moran-Fraser Kerr,
Patience-Jane Whittenshaw, James-Samuel West,
Mary Watson-Elizabeth Mansfield, Alice-Danielle Allan,
Coroner-Christopher Good, Lestrade-Donald Gee,
Turner-John Woodvine


Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Elias Openshaw-Brian Greene, John Openshaw-Angus Wright,
Mary-Danielle Allen, Joseph Openshaw-Michael Turner,
Fordham-Brett Usher
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Hugh Boone-Robin Herford, Kate Witney-Emma Gregory,
Isa Witney-George Winter, Mrs St Clair-Danielle Allen,
Mary Watson-Elizabeth Mansfield, Insp Bradstreet-David Goudge,
PC Horden-Angus Wright, Lascar-David Bannerman
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
James Ryder-Peter Blythe, Henry Baker-Hugh Dickson,
Windigate-Vincent Brimble, Mrs Horner-Naomi Capron,
John Horner-Ben Onwukwe, Mrs Oakshott-Elaine Claxton,
Peterson-Christopher Good, Insp Bradstreet-David Goudge,
Breckenridge-Ian Lindsay




Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Helen Stoner-Susan Wooldridge, Julia-Jane Whittenshaw,
Dr Grimesby Roylott-Ian Lindsay


Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Victor Hatherley-Stephen Tomkinson, Colonel Stark-John Moffatt,
Elise-Sybil Wintrope, Insp Bradstreet-David Goudge,
Ferguson-Vincent Brimble, Guard-Paul Downing
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Aloysius Doran-David Healey, Robert St Simon-John Rye,
Hatty-Catherine Furshpan, Vicar-Ian Lindsay,
Flora-Tara Dominick, Footman-Andrew Wincott,
Duchess-Elizabeth Kelly, Mrs Hudson-Mary Allen,
Doorman-Danny Schiller, Insp Lestrade-Donald Gee,
Moulton-Stephen Garlick


Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
The honourable visitor-Ian Lindsay, Alexander Holder-Anthony Newlands,
Arthur Holder-Angus Wright, Mary Holder-Petra Markham
Sir George Burnwell-Timothy Carlton


Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Jephro Rucastle-Roger Hammond, Violet Hunter-Imogen Stubbs,
Miss Stoper-Jenny Howe, Mrs Rucastle-Joanna Myers,
Mrs Toller-Elizabeth Kelly


Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Colonel Ross-Jack May, John Straker-Fraser Kerr,
Mrs Straker-Susan Sheridan, Silas Brown-Brett Usher,
Simpson-Nigel Carrington, Ned-Mark Straker,
Inspector Gregory-Terence Edmond, Edith-Petra Markham
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Grant Munro-Mark Straker, Effie Munro-Helena Breck,
Mrs Hudson-Joan Matheson, Maid-Siriol Jenkins




Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Mr Pycroft-Jonathan Tafler, Mr Pinner-Sean Barrett,
Inspector Gabriel-Nigel Carrington
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Victor-Simon Treves, Trevor-Terence Edmond,
Armitage-Nigel Carrington, Captain-Charles Millham,
Reverend Wilson-Mark Straker, Prendergast-Alan Barker,
Maid-Siriol Jenkins, Hudsman-Eric Allen,
Doctor-Fraser Kerr




Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Reginald Musgrave-Robert Daws, Brunton-David Bannerman,
Rachel-Eluned Jones, Sergeant Harris-Michael Kilgarriff




Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Inspector Forrester-Peter Davison, Mr Cunningham-Roger Hammond,
Alec Cunningham-Struan Rodger, Mr Acton-Terence Edmond
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Henry Wood-Brian Blessed, Major Murphy-James Green,
Colonel Barclay-Terence Edmond, Nancy Barclay-Ann Windsor,
Anne Morrison-Christabelle Dilks, Jane-Joanna Myers,
Barman-Andrew Wincott, Peter-Nigel Carrington,
Rebel-Amerjit Deu

Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Dr Trevelyan-Clarence Smith, Alfred Blessington-Robert Lang,
Maria-Adjona Andoh, Stefan Orlovsky-George Winter,
Count Orlovsky-David Kossoff, Inspector Lanner-Eric Allen,
Lady of the night-Siriol Jenkins

Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Mycroft Holmes-John Hartley, Melas-Peter Polycarpou,
Latimer-Peter Wickham, The Laughing Man-Gordon Reid,
Greek man-Neil Roberts, Sophy-Joanna Myers,
Inspector Gregson-Ronald Herdman
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Percy Phelps-Patrick Malahide, Annie-Joanna Myers,
Joseph-Stephen Tomkinson, Lord Holdhurst-Brett Usher,
Inspector Forbes-David Bannerman, Mr Tangey-Norman Jones,
Miss Tangey-Petra Markham
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Professor Moriarty-Michael Pennington, Colonel Moran-Frederick Treves,
Inspector Patterson-Sean Arnold, Mrs Collier-Ann Windsor,
Jenny-Jane Wittenshaw, Steiler-Terence Edmond,
Jenkinson-Richard Pearce, Walmsley-Alan Barker,
Sir George-Norman Jones
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Professor Moriarty-Michael Pennington, Colonel Moran-Frederick Treves,
Inspector Lestrade-Donald Gee, Mrs Hudson-Joan Matheson,
Sir John-Peter Penry Jones, Ronald Adair-John Webb,
Murray-Steve Hodson, Nurse-Kate Binchy,
Mary Watson-Jillie Meers, Jenny-Siriol Jenkins,
Stamford-Keith Drinkel, Coroner-John Church,
Parker-John Fleming
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Jonas Oldacre-Peter Sallis, Inspector Lestrade-Donald Gee,
John McFarlane-David Holt, Elaine McFarlane-Melinda Walker,
Mr McFarlane-Jonathan Adams, Mrs Lexington-Carole Walker,
Mr Graham-Lewis Jones, Vicky-Melanie Hudson,
Constable Robbins-Jonathan Tafler, Constable Davies-Matthew Morgan,
First Fireman-Keith Drinkel, Second Fireman-David Thorpe




Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Inspector Martin-Peter Tuddenham, Hilton Cubitt-Christopher Good,
Elsie Cubitt-Diana Hunter, Abe Slaney-John Guerrasio,
Mrs King-Jill Graham, Saunders-Sum Broomfield




Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Bob Carruthers-Denis Quilley, Violet Smith-Susannah Harker,
Cyril-John Webb, Jack Woodley-David Holt,
Catherine-Siriol Jenkins, Williamson-Peter Penry Jones




Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Dr Huxtable-Norman Bird, Duke of Holdernesse-Nigel Davenport,
James Wilder-Mark Straker, Reuben Hayes-John Church,
Lyndon-Ian Masters, The Butler-Eric Allen
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Cairns-Alex Norton, Inspector Hopkins-Andrew Wincott,
Carey-Steve Hodson, Neligan-Matthew Morgan,
Elizabeth-Siriol Jenkins, Molly-Kate Binchy,
Allerdyce-Philip Anthony




Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Milverton-Peter Vaughan, The Duchess-Pauline Jameson,
Aggie-Alice Arnold, Harry Logan-David Thorpe,
Lady Eva-Danielle Allan, The Doctor-Peter Penry Jones

Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Inspector Lestrade-Donald Gee, Lucretia-Federay Holmes,
Inspector-Eric Allan, Horace Harker-Peter Penry Jones,
Beppo-James Telfer, Brown-David Holt,
Venucci-John Church, Pietro-Matthew Morgan,
Hudson-John Fleming




Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Hilton Soames-Denys Hawthorne, Bannister-Desmond Llewelyn,
Gilchrist-Michael Onslow, Ras-David Thorpe,
McClaren-Matthew Morgan




Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Professor Coram-Maurice Denham, The Strange Lady-Maureen O'Brien,
Inspector Hopkins-Andrew Wincott, Mrs Marker-Linda Polan,
Susan Tarlton-Federay Holmes, Willoughby Smith-James Telfer



Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Dr Armstrong-Peter Jeffrey, Overton-Robert Portal,
Lord Mount-James-Peter Howell, Staunton-Matthew Morgan,
Clerk-Siriol Jenkins, Porter-Philip Anthony,
Hewitt-Steve Hodson



Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Lady Brackenstall-Penny Downie, Inspector Hopkins-Andrew Wincott,
Sir Eustace-Steve Hodson, Theresa-Kate Binchy,
Captain Croker-Christopher Scott, Old Randall-Philip Anthony,
Old Randall's sons-Nicholas Murchie, Julian Rhind-Tutt
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Right Hon Trelawney Hope-Jeremy Clyde, Lady Hilda Trelawney Hope-Sabina Franklyn,
The Prime Minister-David March, Inspector Lestrade-Donald Gee,
Mrs Hudson-Joan Matheson, Eduardo Lucas-Keith Drinkel,
Annie-Melanie Hudson, Mrs Pringle-Jill Graham,
Mitton-James Telfer, Constable Barrett-Matthew Morgan,
Constable Baines-John Fleming
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Sir Charles Baskerville-Donald Sinden, Sir Henry Baskerville-Mark Leake,
Dr Mortimer-Roger May, Stapleton-Ian Masters,
Beryl-Rachel Atkins, Arthur Frankland-John Woodnutt,
Barrymore-Don McCorkindale, Mrs Barrymore-Jenny Lee,
Laura Lyons-Carolyn Jones, Postmaster-Brian Parr,
Mrs Hudson-Judi Dench, Perkins-Iwan Thomas,
Soldier-Simon Hanna, Sir Hugo BaskervilleIan Masters,
The girl in the legendNicole Forbes, The man in the legendJamie Harden,
Cabby-James Harrison, Other parts played by members of the cast
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
John McMurdo-Iain Glen, White Mason-Timothy Bateson,
Inspector MacDonald-Mark Bonnar, Ettie Shafter-Amanda Gordon,
Mrs Douglas-Becky Hindley, Cecil Barker-Gavin Muir,
Jack McGinty-Constantine Gregory, Ted Baldwin-Stephen Critchlow,
Mike Scanlan-Peter Gunn, Captain Marvin-Jonathan Keeble,
Narrator-Ronald Pickup
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Inspector Baynes-Dominic Letts, Scott Eccles-David King,
Mrs Burnett-Geraldine Fitzgerald, Garcia-David Thorpe,
Warner-Michael Onslow, Jesus-Steve Hodson,
Carlo-Gareth Armstrong
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Browner-Kevin Whately, Inspector Lestrade-Stephen Thorne,
Mary Browner-Teresa Gallagher, Bob-Dominic Letts,
Annabel-Oona Beeson, Sarah Cushing-Rachel Atkins,
Shaughnessy-John Evitts, Susan Cushing-Diana Payan,
Alec Fairbairn-James Telfer
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Inspector Gregson-Ronald Herdman, Mrs Warren-Joan Sims,
Mr Warren-James Taylor, Emilia Lucca-Oona Beeson,
James Leverton-Dominic Letts, Gennaro Lucca-Lyndham Gregory,
Cyrus Castle-Philip Anthony
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Mycroft Holmes-John Hartley, Arthur Cadogan West-Jamie Glover,
Inspector Lestrade-Stephen Thorne, Hugo Oberstein-John Baddeley,
Sir James Walter-John Moffatt, Colonel Valentine Walker-Donald Douglas,
Violet Westbury-Vivienne Rochester, The Prime Minister-Anthony Newlands,
Sidney Johnson-John Evitts, Mrs Johnson-Paula Yates,
Matcham-Tiran Aakel
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Mrs Hudson-Joan Matheson, Culverton Smith-Edward Petherbridge,
Savage-Alex Jennings, Morton-Philip Anthony,
Staples-John Baddeley, Savage as a boy-Sam Crane
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Inspector Lestrade-Stephen Thorne, Hon Philip Green-Jack Klaff,
Harry Peters-Peter Wickham, Mrs Peters-Jillie Meers,
Undertaker-William Maxwell, M Moser-John Baddeley,
Herr Brandt-Colin Pinney, Marie Devine-Rachel Adams
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Leon Sterndale-Patrick Allen, Rev Roundhay-Geoffrey Beevers,
Mortimer Tregennis-Sean Arnold, Brenda Tregennis-Diana Payan,
Owen-David Thorpe, George-Colin Pinney,
Doctor-Barry J Gordon

Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Stamford-Norman Rodway, Captain Kell-Michael Cochrane,
Von Bork-James Telfer, Henry Asquith PM-Preston Lockwood,
Sir Edward Grey-Donald Pickering, Von Herling-Colin Pinney,
Martha -Lala Lloyd, Altamont-Bob Sherman,
Agent-Ed Bishop, O'Brien-Eamonn Fleming,
Irishman-Ben Lemel




Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Baron Gruner-Michael Feast, Violet de Merville-Ruth Gemmell,
Kitty Winter-Deborah Berlin, Corbett-Malcolm Ward,
Shinwell Johnson-Neville Jason, Sir James Damery-James Taylor
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Jean Watson-Hannah Gordon, Godfrey Emsworth-Nicholas Boulton,
James Dodd-Robert Glenister, Colonel Emsworth-Derek Waring,
Ralph-John Woodnutt, Mr Kent-Gordon Reid,
Sir James Saunders-Gerald James, Jules Gervaise-Olivier Pierre,
Lance Corporal Simpson-Tom Bevan, Trooper Anderson-Peter Kenny,
The Leper-Dan McCorkindale



Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Lord Cantlemere-Anthony Bate, Count Sylvius-Nigel Anthony,
Mrs Hudson-Joan Matheson, Inspector Youghal-David Jarvis,
Sergeant Peabody-Malcolm Ward, Sam-Lyndham Gregory,
Sanders-Peter Whitman
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Inspector-Neville Jason, Steve Dixie-Ben Thomas,
Susan Stockdale-Susannah Corbett, Mrs Maberley-Mary Wimbush,
House Agent-Ioan Meredith, Clarence Gable-John Wells,
Footman-Peter Whitman, Isadora Klein-Gillian Barge




Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Robert Ferguson-Michael Troughton, Elisabetta Ferguson-Alexandra Bastedo,
Mrs Mason-Tina Gray, Jacky Ferguson-Sam Crane



Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Mrs Hudson-Joan Matheson, John Garrideb-Lou Hirsch,
Nathan Garrideb-James Taylor, Mrs Saunders-Margaret John,
Holloway-Peter Whitman, Young Policeman-Paul Panting,
Prescott-Gavin Muir, Shop Assistant-Elaine Claxton

Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
J Neil Gibson-William Hootkins, Grace Dunbar-Charlotte Attenborough,
Joyce Cummings-Charles Simpson, Maria Gibson-Jilly Bond,
Marlow Bates-Michael Tudor Barnes, Ferguson-Mark Straker,
Sergeant-George Parsons, Policemen-David Antrobus, Joshua Towb,
Warder-Don McCorkindale




Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Professor Presbury-Robin Ellis, Edith Presbury-Deborah Berlin,
Jack Bennett-Oliver Senton, Alice Murphy-Annabel Mullion




Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison
John Watson-Michael Williams



Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Eugenia-Harriet Walter, Leonardo-Douglas Henshall,
Ronder-Ian Masters, Jimmy Griggs-Michael Tudor Barnes,
Inspector Edmunds-Oliver Senton, Mrs Merrilow-Kristin Milward,
Coroner-Peter Yapp
Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
John Mason-Nicholas le Prevost, Sir Robert Norberton-Donald Pickering,
Palfreyman-Desmond Llewelyn, Stephens-George Parsons,
Josiah Barnes-Jonathan Adams, Carrie-Susannah Corbett,
Norlett-Jonathan Keeble, Gypsy-Becky Hindley

Sherlock Holmes-Clive Merrison, John Watson-Michael Williams,
Josiah Amberley-George Cole, Mrs Hudson-Joan Matheson,
Mycroft Holmes-John Hartley, Inspector Lestrade-Stephen Thorne,
Mrs Amberley-Natasha Pyne, Dr Ray Ernest-Gavin Muir,
Peterson the Commissionaire-Norman Bird, Mrs Cooper-Eva Stuart,
Rory Barker-David Antrobus
        by: Drew Daubenspeck     (v.10.1 01-26-12)
                                                                               Associate
Episode Title                    US Airdate                 Produced by        Producer


        THE CASE OF THE
   1    CUNNINGHAM HERITAGE      Monday, October 18, 1954   Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire




   2    THE CASE OF LADY BERYL   Monday, October 25, 1954   Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire

        THE CASE OF THE
        PENNSYLVANIA GUN         November 1, 1954
   3                                                        Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire


        THE CASE OF THE TEXAS    November 8, 1954
   4    COWGIRL                                             Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire


        THE CASE OF THE
   5    BELLIGERENT GHOST        Monday, November 15, 1954 Sheldon Reynolds    Nicole Milinaire


        THE CASE OF THE SHY
   6    BALLERINA                Monday, November 22, 1954 Sheldon Reynolds    Nicole Milinaire




        THE CASE OF THE
        WINTHROP LEGEND
   7                             Monday, November 29, 1954 Sheldon Reynolds    Nicole Milinaire




        THE CASE OF THE BLIND
        MAN'S BLUFF
   8                             Monday, December 06, 1954 Sheldon Reynolds    Nicole Milinaire



        THE CASE OF HARRY
        CROCKER
   9                             Monday, December 13, 1954 Sheldon Reynolds    Nicole Milinaire
     THE MOTHER HUBBARD
     CASE
10                              Monday, December 20, 1954 Sheldon Reynolds     Nicole Milinaire

     THE CASE OF THE RED
     HEADED LEAGUE
11                              Monday, December 27, 1954 Sheldon Reynolds     Nicole Milinaire

     THE CASE OF THE
     SHOELESS ENGINEER
12                              Monday, January 03, 1955    Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire


     THE CASE OF THE SPLIT
13   TICKET                     Monday, January 10, 1955    Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire

     THE CASE OF THE FRENCH
     INTERPRETER
14                              Monday, January 17, 1955    Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire

     THE CASE OF THE SINGING
     VIOLIN
15                              Monday, January 24, 1955    Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire


     THE CASE OF THE
16   GREYSTONE INSCRIPTION      Monday, January 31, 1955    Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire


     THE CASE OF THE
17   LAUGHING MUMMY             Monday, February 07, 1955   Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire


     THE CASE OF THE THISTLE
18   KILLER                  Monday, February 14, 1955      Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire


     THE CASE OF THE
19   VANISHED DETECTIVE         Monday, February 21, 1955   Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire

     THE CASE OF THE
     CARELESS SUFFRAGETTE
20                              Monday, February 28, 1955   Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire
     THE CASE OF THE
21   RELUCTANT CARPENTER        Monday, March 07, 1955   Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire



     THE CASE OF THE DEADLY
     PROPHECY
22                              Monday, March 14, 1955   Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire


     THE CHRISTMAS PUDDING
23                              Monday, April 04, 1955   Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire


     THE NIGHT TRAIN RIDDLE
24                              Monday, April 11, 1955   Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire


     THE CASE OF THE VIOLENT
25   SUITOR                  Monday, April 18, 1955      Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire

     THE CASE OF THE BAKER
     STREET NURSEMAIDS
26                              Monday, April 25, 1955   Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire



     THE CASE OF THE PERFECT
     HUSBAND
27                              Monday, May 02, 1955     Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire

     THE CASE OF THE JOLLY
     HANGMAN
28                              Monday, May 09, 1955     Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire

     THE CASE OF THE
     IMPOSTER MYSTERY
29                              Monday, May 16, 1955     Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire

     THE CASE OF THE EIFFEL
     TOWER
30                              Monday, May 23, 1955     Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire


     THE CASE OF THE
31   EXHUMED CLIENT             Monday, May 30, 1955     Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire
     THE CASE OF THE
     IMPROMPTU
     PERFORMANCE
32                           Monday, June 06, 1955        Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire



     THE CASE OF THE BAKER
     STREET BACHELORS
33                           Monday, June 20, 1955        Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire


     THE CASE OF THE ROYAL
34   MURDER                  Monday, June 27, 1955        Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire

     THE CASE OF THE
     HAUNTED GAINSBOROUGH
35                           Monday, July 04, 1955        Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire


     THE CASE OF THE
36   NEUROTIC DETECTIVE      Monday, July 11, 1955        Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire


     THE CASE OF THE
37   UNLUCKY GAMBLER         Monday, July 18, 1955        Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire

     THE CASE OF THE
     DIAMOND TOOTH
38                           Monday, September 19, 1955


     THE CASE OF THE
39   TYRANT'S DAUGHTER       Monday, October 17, 1955     Sheldon Reynolds   Nicole Milinaire
Directed By        Written by                 Starring                  With

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Jack Gage          Sheldon Reynolds           Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Jack Gage          Sheldon Reynolds           Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Sheldon Reynolds   Sheldon Reynolds           Crawford (Dr. Watson)

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn       Charles and Joseph Early   Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Sheldon Reynolds   Charles Early              Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Sheldon Reynolds   Charles Early              Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade




                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Jack Gage          Harold Jack Bloom*         Crawford (Dr. Watson)




                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Sheldon Reynolds   Lou Morheim*               Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade



                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Sheldon Reynolds   Harold Jack Bloom          Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade
                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Jack Gage          Lou Morheim                Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Sheldon Reynolds   Lou Morheim                Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn       Harold Jack Bloom          Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn       Lou Morheim                Crawford (Dr. Watson)

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn       Lou Morheim                Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn       Kay Krause                 Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                            Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                            Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn       Gertrude and George Fass Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Sheldon Reynolds   Charles Early              Crawford (Dr. Watson)

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn       Charles and Joseph Early   Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn       Charles and Joseph Early   Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-      Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade,
Steve Previn       Charles and Joseph Early   Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Dawn Addams as Doreen Meredith
                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn       Sheldon Reynolds           Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade



                                            Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                            Holmes) H. Marion-
Sheldon Reynolds   Gertrude and George Fass Crawford (Dr. Watson)

                                            Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                            Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn       George and Gertrude Fass Crawford (Dr. Watson)

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn       Lou Morheim                Crawford (Dr. Watson)

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn       Lou Morheim                Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Sheldon Reynolds   Sheldon Reynolds           Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade



                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn       Hamilton Keener            Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-      Archie Duncan (Insp. MacDougal -
Steve Previn       Charles and Joseph Early   Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Lestrade's cousin from Glasgow)

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn       Joe Morham                 Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn       Roger E. Garris            Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                              Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                              Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn       Charles and Joseph Early   Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade
                                          Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                          Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn   Joe Morham                 Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade



                                          Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                          Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn   See coments:               Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                          Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                          Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn   Charles and Joseph Early   Crawford (Dr. Watson)

                                          Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                          Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn   Charles and Joseph Early   Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                          Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                          Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn   See coments:               Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                          Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                          Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn   Joe Morham                 Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                          Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                          Holmes) H. Marion-
                                          Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade

                                          Ronald Howard (Sherlock
                                          Holmes) H. Marion-
Steve Previn   Roger E. Garris            Crawford (Dr. Watson)   Archie Duncan as Inspector Lestrade
                                                 Director of    Production
Guest Cast                                       Photography    Manager         Film Editor
Meg Lemonnier as Mrs. Cunningham
Ursula Howells as Joan
Rowland Bartrop as Lord Stamford
Pierre Gay as Ralph                              Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Paulette Goddard as Lady Beryl
Peter Copley as Lord Beryl
K. Richard Larke as Bobby
Duncan Elliott as Ross                           Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.

Russel Waters as MacLeod
Maurice Teynac as Morelle
Frank Dexter as Sergeant                         Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.

Kenneth Richards as Wilkins
Lucille Vines as Minnie
                                                 Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.

Lou Van Burg as Van Bentham
Gertrude Flynn as Maggie Blake
Cecil Brock as Bobby                             Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.

Natalie Schafer as Elaine Chelton
Eugene Deckers as Serge Smernoff
Martine Alexis as Olga Yaclanoff                 Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Ivan Desny as Harvey Winthrop
Peter Copley as John Winthrop
Meg Lemonnier as Alice Winthrop
Karen (last name not listed on credits) as Peg
Charles Perry as Constable
                                                 Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka Francoise Javet
Eugene Deckers as Vickers
Gregoire Aslan as Jocko Farraday
Richard K. Larke as Sergeant
Colin Drake as Doctor Jonas
Yves Brainville as Pitt
Margaret Russell as Barmaid
                                                 Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.




Eugene Deckers as Harry Crocker
                                                 Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Amy Dalby as Mrs. Enid
Delphine Seyrig as Margaret
Jean Ozenne as Lemanuel
K. Richard Larke as Sergeant
Billy Beck as Cookson
Michele Wright as Frances
                                        Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Alexander Gauge as Wilson
Eugene Deckers as Spaulding
Colin Drake as Ross
                                        Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
June Elliot as Ruth Connors
David Oxley as Victor Haterly
Richard Warner as Stark
George Hubert as Bruno Carreau          Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Harris Towb as Brian O'Casey
Margaret Russell as Belle Rogers
Colin Drake as Albert Snow
                                        Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Lou Van Burg as Dubec
Robert Cunninghnam as Lattimer
Charles Brodie as Judd
                                        Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.

Arnold Bell as Guy Durham
Delphine Seyrig as Betty Durham
                                        Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.

E. Micklewood as Walter Greystone
Martina Mayne as Millicent Channing
Tony Wright as John Cartwright          Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.

June Crawford as Rowena
Barry Mackay as Reggie Tauton
Paul Bonifas as Gaukins                 Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Kenneth Richards as Sergeant
Richard Watson as John Phonnix
William Smith as Superintendant
                                        Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Kenneth Richards as Wilkins
Cecil Brock as John Carson
Judith Haviland as Helene
Colin Drake as Juge Westlake            Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Kenneth Richards as Wilkins
Boris Turgoff as O'Brady
Henry Travers as David Gedeon Thomson
                                        Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Kenneth Richards as Wilkins
Pierre Gay as Bricker
B. Rowland Bartrop as Carpenter B
                                                         Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Nicole Courcel as Marie Grande, Jacques Francois as
Docteur Dimanche, Yves Brainville as Henri Carolan,
Maurice Teynac as Comte de Passevant,Helena Manson .as
Mrs. Soule, Robert Le Beal as. Manelli
                                                         Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.

Eugene Deckers as John Henry Norton
June Rodney as Bess Norton
Richard Watson as Warden                                 Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.

Roberta Haynes as Lydia, James Doran as Paul
Duncan Elliott as Cecil, Billy Beck as Coco
                                                         Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Marie Sinclair as Susan Dearing
E. Micklewwod as Jack Murdock
Brookes Kyle as Alex Doogle
Rolly Bester as Tilda                                    Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.

Roger Treville as Tennow
Yves Brainville as Lorenz
Dominique Chautemps as Mme. Durand                       Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Mary Sinclair as Janet Partridge
Michael Gough as Russel Partridge
Kenneth Richards as Wilkins
Thomas Quinn Curtiss as John
Richard Watts Jr. as Herbert                             Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.

Alvys Maben as Jessie Hoper
Philip Leaver as Baxter
                                                         Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Kenneth Richard as Wilkins
Basil Dignan as Sir Arthur Treadley
Bob Cunningham as The Imposter
                                                         Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.

Martine Alexis as Nana De Melimar
Sacha Pitoeff as Gustav
O'Brady as Bayard                                        Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Alvys Maben as Elizabeth Farnsworth
Alan Adair as George Farnsworth
Judith Haviland as Sylvia Taylor
Michael Turner as Dr. Reeves                             Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Kenneth Richards as Wilkins
Patrick Shelley as Brighton
Eugene Deckers as Pettyfoot                              Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Alvys Maben as Pamela
Penny Portrait as Edna
Duncan Elliott as Oliver
Seymour Grenn as Mason
                                                         Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Lise Bourdin as Princesse Antonia, Jacques Dacqmine as
King Conrad, Jacques Francois as Count Magor
Maurice Teynac as Prince Stephan
                                                         Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.

Cleo Rose as Heather, John Buckmaster as McLeish
Zack Matalon as Archibald Ross, Roger E. Garris as Sam
Scott                                                    Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.

Kenneth Richards as Wilkins
Russ Caprio as Toby Judson
June Elliot as Jennifer Ames                             Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
Kenneth Richards as Wilkins, Richard O'Sullivan as
Andrew Fenwick, Rowland Bartop as Herbert Fenwick,
John Buckmaster as Bartender
                                                         Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.




Basil Dignam as Harringway
Zach Matalon as Tom Vernon
June Petersen as Mme. Dugan
                                                         Raymond Clunie Sacha Kamenka George Gale A.C.E.
                            Sound
Music       Set Designer    Equipment   Engineer          Comments




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt


                                                          Steve Previn (Director) is the brother of
Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt   composer/pianist André Previn.




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




                                                          Sheldon Reynolds is listed as having "Adapted" the
Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt   'original screenplay" by Harold Jack Bloom.




                                                          Credits show "Original story" by Sheldon
Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt   Reynolds, "Screenplay" by Lou Morheim.
                                                          1. The character Harry Crocker refers to himself
                                                          as “Coker” as does a poster in the episode. 2.
                                                          Music in opening and closing credits is unique to
                                                          this episode
Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt
Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt
Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Jean Monchablon




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Tony Leenhardt




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Rene Longuet




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Jean Monchablon


                                                           Copyright 1954 (First time of two this information
Paul Durand Maurice Petri   Post Parisien Rene Longuet     is listed.)




Paul Durand Maurice Petri   Post Parisien Rene Longuet
Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Rene Longuet



                                                         Original Story: Joseph Victor
                                                         Screenplay: Roger E. Garris
Paul Durand Maurice Petri   Post Parisien Rene Longuet




Paul Durand Maurice Petri   Post Parisien Rene Longuet   Script Editor by Roger E. Garris




Paul Durand Maurice Petri   Post Parisien Rene Longuet

                                                         Original Screenplay by Joe Morhaim
                                                         Script Editor: Roger E. Garris
Paul Durand Maurice Petri   Post Parisien Rene Longuet




Paul Durand Maurice Petri   Post Parisien Rene Longuet
                                                         There are no ending credits for this episode.
                                                          The DVD release reviewed here, (Mill Creek
                                                         Entertainment) seems to have restored all credits
                                                         except for this single episode.




Paul Durand Raymond Druart Post Parisien Jean Monchablon Copyright 1954
  Observations made with the Database:          (v.10.1 01-26-12)

1 Holmes and Watson traveled over 18,000 miles during the course of the 60 cases they worked on !!
2 They didn't stay at an inn when they traveled 200 mi to Tavistock (SILV), but they did when they
   traveled only 16 mi to Esher (WIST)
3 Professor Christ's date for VEIL (1890) can't be correct based both on "Watson Notes" from FINA,
   and consensus of other chronologers for that story.
4 All BSI members whose first name is Norman have passed beyond the Reichenbach.
5 Not counting SIGN, between 1887 to 1927, over 650 different illustrations were created by sixteen
    artists, ranging from 1 illustration by Joseph Simpson to 357 by Sidney Paget!


  PERCENTAGES:

1 In this author's opinion, no crime was committed in 8 out of the 60 cases = 13.3%
  (These cases are indicated by an entry of none in the "Villain" field).

2 In the remaining 52 cases, the crime of murder was concerned in 31 of them = 59.6%
  In these 31 cases, a total of 37 people were murdered:

           poison                  9    24.3%             gunshot                   4    10.8%
           bludgeoning             9    24.3%             hanging                   1     2.7%
           faux accident           7    18.9%             unknown                   1     2.7%
           stabbing                6    16.2%

3 The crime of attempted murder was concerned in 13 of 52 cases, 8 of which already had a murder
    committed in them (from above). Thus 36 of the 52 cases concerned murder or its attempt = 69.2%
  In these 13 cases, a total of 13 people were victims of attempted murder:

           poison                  5    38.4%             faux accident             1      7.7%
           bludgeoning             3    23.1%             stabbing                  1      7.7%
           gunshot                 3    23.1%

4 The crime of blackmail, or its attempt, was concerned in 7 of the 52 cases = 13.5% Five of these
    cases also had a murder or attempted murder in them (from above)

5 In the remaining 52 cases where a crime was committed, a total of 78 Villains were involved with the
     following results:

           arrested               25    32.1%             escaped + died            9    11.5%
           died                   16    20.5%             arrested + died           2     2.6%
           SH intervened          13    16.7%             misc                      2     2.6%
           escaped                11    14.1%

6 Mrs. Hudson is specifically mentioned in 14 of the 60 cases (23.3%), 2 cases (STUD and FIVE) mention
    the "landlady" (3.3%) and one case (SCAN) names the landlady as "Mrs. Turner" (1.7%)

7 Dr. Watson lived with Holmes at 221B Baker Street in 36 of the 60 cases = 60% of the time.
 8 Granada Television produced 41 of the 60 Canonical cases = 68% of them.

 9 Mrs. Hudson is featured in 26 of the 41 Granada Series = 63% of them.

10 The "Doubleday" version and the "Oxford order" are in agreement in 16 of the 60 cases = 27% of them.


                           TO BE CONTINUED !!!

                           (please be patient)
                    B                                 EB
D            BK     K     BK     B-G B-G B-G    EBZ     Z   EBZ        JFC JFC JFC
D#    Abbr   mm     dd    year   mm dd year     mm    dd    year       mm dd year
  1   STUD      3     4   1884     3   4 1881     3     4   1881         3   4 1882
  2   SIGN      9     4   1888     9 18 1888      4   16    1888         9 25 1888
  3   SCAN      3    20   1888     5 20 1887      3   22    1889         3 30 1889
  4   REDH    10     11   1890    10 29 1887     10   19    1889        10 18 1890
  5   IDEN      4    16   1888    10 18 1887     10     9   1889         6 26 1889
  6   BOSC      6     8   1889     6   8 1889     6   27    1890         6   7 1889
  7   FIVE      9    16   1887     9 29 1887      9   24    1889         9 24 1889
  8   TWIS      6    21   1889     6 21 1887      6   21    1889         6 19 1889
  9   BLUE    12     27   1889    12 27 1887     12   27    1889        12 27 1890
10    SPEC      4     1   1883     4   6 1883     4     4   1883         4   4 1883
11    ENGR      6    30   1889     9   7 1889     9     8   1889         9   7 1889
12    NOBL    10      6   1887    10   8 1886    12     7   1888        10   9 1888
13    BERY      2    26   1886    12 19 1890      2   19    1886         2 23 1883
14    COPP      3    18   1890     4   5 1889     4     7   1890         4 19 1891
15    SILV    10     25   1888     9 25 1890      7   12    1888         9   3 1891
16    YELL      3    29   1884     4   7 1888     4    xx   188x   ?     4   7 1883
17    STOC      6     1   1889     6 15 1889      6   15    1889         6 15 1889
18    GLOR      7     3   1880     7 12 1874     xx    xx   1876   ?     9 xx 1876 ?
19    MUSG      6    23   1881    10   2 1879    10     2   1879         6 24 1880
20    REIG      4    26   1887     4 14 1887      4   25    1887         4 25 1887
21    CROO      8    30   1887     9 11 1889      6   26    1889         8 28 1889
22    RESI    10      2   1886    10   6 1886    10   29    1887        10 26 1882
23    GREE      6    20   1888     9 12 1888      8   15    1888         8 29 1888
24    NAVA      7    29   1887     7 30 1889      7   29    1889         7 29 1889
25    FINA      4    24   1891     4 24 1891      4   24    1891         4 14 1893
26    EMPT      4     3   1894     4   5 1894     4     3   1894         4   2 1894
27    NORW      8     1   1894     8 20 1895      7     2   1894         8 xx 1894 ?
28    DANC      7    25   1898     7 27 1898      7   27    1898         7 27 1898
29    SOLI      4    20   1895     4 13 1895      4   23    1898         3 23 1895
30    PRIO      5    16   1901     5 16 1901      4   17    1900         5 16 1901
31    BLAC      7    10   1895     7   3 1895     7   10    1895         7   3 1895
32    CHAS      1    12   1891     1   5 1899     1     6   1886         2   4 1889
33    SIXN      6     4   1902     6   8 1900     6   11    1900         8 29 1902
34    3STU      5     6   1895     4   5 1895     3   27    1895         4 18 1895
35    GOLD    11     23   1894    11 14 1894     10   27    1894        11 14 1894
36    MISS      2     6   1897    12   8 1896    12     8   1896        12   7 1897
37    ABBE      2    15   1897     1 23 1897      1    xx   1897   ?     1 22 1897
38    SECO      7    19   1887    10 12 1886      7    xx   1889   ?     7 15 1889
39    HOUN    10      1   1889     9 25 1888      9   25    1900         9 28 1897
40    VALL      1     7   1888     1   7 1888     1     7   1888         1   7 1889
41    WIST      3    24   1892     3 24 1890      3     6   1902         3 21 1892
42    CARD      8    30   1889     8 31 1889      8   10    1888         8 14 1891
43    REDC      1     6   1885     9 24 1902     xx    xx   189x   ?     1 xx 1893 ?
44    BRUC    11     21   1895    11 21 1895     11   21    1895        11 18 1895
45    DYIN    11      8   1903    11 19 1887     11   29    1890        11 30 1890
46    LADY      7    26   1902     7   1 1902     8    xx   189x   ?     9   2 1903
47    DEVI      3    16   1897     3 16 1897      4   17    1897         3 16 1897
48   LAST    8    2   1914    8    2   1914      8    2   1914        8    2   1914
49   ILLU    9    3   1902    9    3   1902      9   13   1902        9    3   1902
50   BLAN    1   21   1903    1    7   1903      1    7   1903        1    7   1903
51   MAZA    6    1   1894   xx   xx   1903 ?   xx   xx   1903   ?   xx   xx   1904 ?
52   3GAB    3   15   1893    5   26   1903      6   xx   1896   ?    9   14   1902
53   SUSS   11   19   1901   11   19   1896     11   19   1901       11   20   1896
54   3GAR    6   19   1902    6   26   1902      6   26   1902        6   26   1902
55   THOR   10    4   1900   10    4   1900     10    4   1901       10    4   1901
56   CREE    9    6   1903    9    6   1903      9    6   1903        9    6   1903
57   LION    7   30   1907    7   27   1909      7   27   1909        6   25   1907
58   VEIL    9   22   1896   10   xx   1896 ?   10   xx   1896   ?   xx   xx   1890 ?
59   SHOS    5   26   1903    5    6   1902      5    6   1902        5    9   1883
60   RETI    8   20   1898    7   28   1898     xx   xx   1898   ?   xx   xx   1898 ?
D                  B                                 EB
D           BK     K     BK     B-G B-G B-G    EBZ     Z   EBZ        JFC JFC JFC
#    Abbr   mm     dd    year   mm dd year     mm    dd    year       mm dd year
 1   STUD      3     4   1884     3   4 1881     3     4   1881         3   4 1882
 2   SIGN      9     4   1888     9 18 1888      4   16    1888         9 25 1888
 3   SCAN      3    20   1888     5 20 1887      3   22    1889         3 30 1889
 4   REDH    10     11   1890    10 29 1887     10   19    1889        10 18 1890
 5   IDEN      4    16   1888    10 18 1887     10     9   1889         6 26 1889
 6   BOSC      6     8   1889     6   8 1889     6   27    1890         6   7 1889
 7   FIVE      9    16   1887     9 29 1887      9   24    1889         9 24 1889
 8   TWIS      6    21   1889     6 21 1887      6   21    1889         6 19 1889
 9   BLUE    12     27   1889    12 27 1887     12   27    1889        12 27 1890
10   SPEC      4     1   1883     4   6 1883     4     4   1883         4   4 1883
11   ENGR      6    30   1889     9   7 1889     9     8   1889         9   7 1889
12   NOBL    10      6   1887    10   8 1886    12     7   1888        10   9 1888
13   BERY      2    26   1886    12 19 1890      2   19    1886         2 23 1883
14   COPP      3    18   1890     4   5 1889     4     7   1890         4 19 1891
15   SILV    10     25   1888     9 25 1890      7   12    1888         9   3 1891
16   YELL      3    29   1884     4   7 1888     4    xx   1885   ?     4   7 1883
17   STOC      6     1   1889     6 15 1889      6   15    1889         6 15 1889
18   GLOR      7     3   1880     7 12 1874     xx    xx   1876 ?       9 xx 1876 ?
19   MUSG      6    23   1881    10   2 1879    10     2   1879         6 24 1880
20   REIG      4    26   1887     4 14 1887      4   25    1887         4 25 1887
21   CROO      8    30   1887     9 11 1889      6   26    1889         8 28 1889
22   RESI    10      2   1886    10   6 1886    10   29    1887        10 26 1882
23   GREE      6    20   1888     9 12 1888      8   15    1888         8 29 1888
24   NAVA      7    29   1887     7 30 1889      7   29    1889         7 29 1889
25   FINA      4    24   1891     4 24 1891      4   24    1891         4 14 1893
26   EMPT      4     3   1894     4   5 1894     4     3   1894         4   2 1894
27   NORW      8     1   1894     8 20 1895      7     2   1894         8 xx 1894 ?
28   DANC      7    25   1898     7 27 1898      7   27    1898         7 27 1898
29   SOLI      4    20   1895     4 13 1895      4   23    1898         3 23 1895
30   PRIO      5    16   1901     5 16 1901      4   17    1900         5 16 1901
31   BLAC      7    10   1895     7   3 1895     7   10    1895         7   3 1895
32   CHAS      1    12   1891     1   5 1899     1     6   1886         2   4 1889
33   SIXN      6     4   1902     6   8 1900     6   11    1900         8 29 1902
34   3STU      5     6   1895     4   5 1895     3   27    1895         4 18 1895
35   GOLD    11     23   1894    11 14 1894     10   27    1894        11 14 1894
36   MISS      2     6   1897    12   8 1896    12     8   1896        12   7 1897
37   ABBE      2    15   1897     1 23 1897      1    xx   1897 ?       1 22 1897
38   SECO      7    19   1887    10 12 1886      7    xx   1889 ?       7 15 1889
39   HOUN    10      1   1889     9 25 1888      9   25    1900         9 28 1897
40   VALL      1     7   1888     1   7 1888     1     7   1888         1   7 1889
41   WIST      3    24   1892     3 24 1890      3     6   1902         3 21 1892
42   CARD      8    30   1889     8 31 1889      8   10    1888         8 14 1891
43   REDC      1     6   1885     9 24 1902     xx    xx   1895 ?       1 xx 1893 ?
44   BRUC    11     21   1895    11 21 1895     11   21    1895        11 18 1895
45   DYIN    11      8   1903    11 19 1887     11   29    1890        11 30 1890
46   LADY      7    26   1902     7   1 1902     8    xx   1901 ?       9   2 1903
47   DEVI      3    16   1897     3 16 1897      4   17    1897         3 16 1897
48   LAST    8    2   1914    8    2   1914     8     2   1914        8    2   1914
49   ILLU    9    3   1902    9    3   1902     9    13   1902        9    3   1902
50   BLAN    1   21   1903    1    7   1903     1     7   1903        1    7   1903
51   MAZA    6    1   1894   xx   xx   1903 ?    7   xx   1903   ?   xx   xx   1904 ?
52   3GAB    3   15   1893    5   26   1903      6   xx   1896   ?    9   14   1902
53   SUSS   11   19   1901   11   19   1896     11   19   1901       11   20   1896
54   3GAR    6   19   1902    6   26   1902      6   26   1902        6   26   1902
55   THOR   10    4   1900   10    4   1900     10    4   1901       10    4   1901
56   CREE    9    6   1903    9    6   1903      9    6   1903        9    6   1903
57   LION    7   30   1907    7   27   1909      7   27   1909        6   25   1907
58   VEIL    9   22   1896   10   xx   1896 ?   10   xx   1896   ?   xx   xx   1890 ?
59   SHOS    5   26   1903    5    6   1902      5    6   1902        5    9   1883
60   RETI    8   20   1898    7   28   1898     xx   xx   1898   ?   xx   xx   1898 ?

				
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