Dr. Watson accidentally comes home from his club with another man’s coat, providing an important clue when the other man is murdered late that same night.
Howard Marion-Crawford (17 January 1914 – 24 November 1969), the grandson of writer F. Marion Crawford, was an English character actor, best known for his portrayal of Dr. Watson in the 1954 television adaptation of Sherlock Holmes. In 1948, Marion-Crawford had played Holmes in a radio adaptation of "The Adventure of the Speckled Band", making him one of the few actors to portray both Holmes and Watson. He is also known for his portrayal of Dr. Petrie in a series of low budget Fu Manchu films in the 1960s, and playing Paul Temple in the BBC Radio serializations. - From Wikipedia
When Dr. Watson thinks that he has seen a ghost, it puts Sherlock Holmes on a trail that leads to a crime at an art museum.
A cowgirl named Minnie O’Malley performing in an travelling rodeo show enlist Holmes to help her with a dead body she found in her hotel room.
Watson and Holmes travel to Sussex to investigate the death of Squire John Douglas, violently shot with a Pennsylvania gun. They investigate suspects of the supposed murder, but Holmes suspects murder might not be the answer.
Dr. Watson and Inspector Lestrade investigate a murder at the Beryl residence only to get a pretty easy confession out of Lady Beryl herself. Holmes sees right through the vonfessions and works to recreate the murder and find out what really happened.
Dr. John H. Watson, having been wounded while serving the military in Afghanistan, has just returned home to London and has no where to live. He is given Sherlock Holmes as someone to contact and soon has taken up lodging with him on Baker street. Watson soon finds out Holmes is a detective often called […]