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Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon
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Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon 1942

The film starts in Switzerland where a disguised Holmes successfully spirits away scientist Franz Tobel (William Post Jr) from under the noses of some Nazi officers. Tobel has invented a new type of bomb-sight which not only needs to be kept away from the Germans but could greatly benefit the RAF. And the game's afoot... (read more)

Directed By:
No image existsRoy William Neill
Written By:
No image existsW. Scott Darling
No image existsBasil Rathbone
No image existsNigel Bruce
No image existsWilliam Post Jr.
No image existsDennis Hoey
No image existsMary Gordon
No image existsHenry Victor
No image existsPhilip Van Zandt
No image existsGeorge Eldredge
No image existsLeslie Denison
No image existsJames Craven
No image existsPaul Fix
No image existsHugh Herbert
No image existsLionel Atwill
No image existsHolmes Herbert
No image existsKaren Verne

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Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon Movie Review by Movie Addict (4/12/2008)

I watched two very different Holmes adventures this morning, but you would be amazed at the similarities.

The was presumably the first collaboration between Basil Rathbone (If I Were King, Romeo and Juliet) and Nigel Bruce, and director Roy William Neill. It was not their first Sherlock Holmes adventure, as they did one a...

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