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October 21, 2021
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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

100%
Market Travelability
Global Travelability indicates how well a title performs internationally relative to its home market
The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes’s
home country is:
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Average Demand for The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
Peak Demand
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The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes has a neutral trend. It has grown in demand by 0x in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
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In Genre Performance

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Percentile
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The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson investigate a scandal in Bohemia involving Irene Adler, chalk drawings of dancing men, the identity of a crooked man, a missing naval treaty, a solitary cyclist's mysterious follower, the dangers of a speckled band, and a blue carbuncle found in the crop of a goose.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: April 24, 1984

Also Known As: Les aventures de Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock Holmesin seikkailut |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG, M), France (Tous publics) |  See more »

Genres

Company Credits

Production Co: Granada Television

Cast

David Squire
as Fenton
Norman Jones
as Henry Wood
Andy Rashleigh
as Constable
Rosalie Crutchley
as Mrs Lexington
Helen Ryan
as Mrs McFarlane
Paul Humpoletz
as Herr Steiler
Shelagh Stephenson
as Jane
Betsy Brantley
as Elsie Cubitt
Rita Howard
as Mrs Stern
Peter Mackriel
as Ticket Inspector
Penny Gowling
as Mrs Dixon
Roger Hammond
as Jabez Wilson
Tommy Brierley
as Cabbie
Lucy Anne Wilson
as Nora
Stewart Shimberg
as Edward
Angela Browne
as Mrs Toller
Lottie Ward
as Mrs Rucastle
Charles Cork
as Cartwright
Tim Condren
as Thorne
Michael Lumsden
as Young Henry Wood
Ted Carroll
as Seafaring Tramp
Natasha Richardson
as Violet Hunter
Paul Jaynes
as Walker
Rosalyn Landor
as Helen Stoner
Alkis Kritikos
as Mr Melas
Gareth Thomas
as Joseph Harrison
David Rodigan
as Inspector Forbes
Edward Hardwicke
as Dr. John Watson
Frank Middlemass
as Henry Baker
Jim Dunk
as Porter at Victoria
Maggie Holland
as Mrs Fenning
John Woodnutt
as Mr. Merryweather
Don McCorkindale
as Windigate
Desmond McNamara
as John Horner
Ronald Russell
as Lord Holdhurst
Oliver Maguire
as Inspector Gregson
Anthony Langdon
as Tramp
Pamela Pitchford
as Mrs Tangey
John Gill
as Driver
George Costigan
as Wilson Kemp
Denys Hawthorne
as James Barclay
Amelda Brown
as Jennie Horner
John Ringham
as Inspector Lanner
Bruce Dukov
as Sarasate
Colin Campbell
as Private Bates
Eric Kent
as Roughs
Eugene Lipinski
as Abe Slaney
Fiona Shaw
as Miss Morrison
Claude Le Saché
as Minister of the Interior
Sarah Aitchison
as Sarah Carruthers
Barbara Wilshere
as Violet Smith
Will Tacey
as Clergyman
Brett Forrest
as Count's Son
Ken Campbell
as James Ryder
James Wilby
as Young Barclay
Catherine Rabett
as Young Nancy
David Baukham
as 1st Big Man
Denise Armon
as Julia Stoner
Tim Pearce
as Cabby
Patrick Newell
as Blessington
Eve Matheson
as Miss Tangey
John Castle
as Carruthers
Rachel Ambler
as Alice
Paul Elsam
as 2nd Loafer
Norman Mills
as Detective
Olivier Pierre
as Director of the Louvre
Simon Adams
as Swiss Youth
Ted Beyer
as Warder
Charles Gray
as Mycroft Holmes
Patience Collier
as Miss Stoper
Maggie Jones
as Mrs Oakshott
John Carr
as 1st Burglar
Bernard Atha
as Dr Carthew
John Cannon
as Roughs
Michael Siberry
as Woodley
Malcolm Weaver
as Archie
Nicholas Clay
as Dr. Percy Trevelyan
Jonathan Adams
as Jonas Oldacre
Paul Chapman
as Major Murphy
Reginald Stewart
as Doorman
Lisa Daniely
as Nancy Barclay
Michael Carter
as Godfrey Norton
David Graham Jones
as Pianist
Ros Simmons
as Catherine Cusack
Michael Loney
as Fowler
Rosalind Knight
as Countess of Morcar
Nicholas Geake
as Charles Gorot
Frank Mills
as Peterson
Tom Watt
as 1st Loafer
Edward York
as 2nd Big Man
Tenniel Evans
as Hilton Cubitt
Eric Porter
as Professor Moriarty
Victoria Harwood
as Sophy Kratides
Lorraine Peters
as Mrs King
Matthew Solon
as John Hector McFarlane
Eric Allan
as Breckendridge
Nicholas Field
as Harold Latimer
Simon Bleakley
as Peter
Gayle Hunnicutt
as Irene Adler
Michael Goldie
as The Artist
Paul Sirr
as Young Art Expert
Jeremy Kemp
as Dr Grimesby Roylott
Tim McInnerny
as John Clay
Peter Jonfield
as Toller
Stafford Gordon
as Landlord
Bryan Heeley
as Fireman
Anton Alexander
as Paul Kratides
Wendy Jane Walker
as Saunders
John Labanowski
as Athelney Jones
Ricki Scott
as Hotel Attendant
Tim Barlow
as Russian Count
Robert Henderson
as American Millionaire
Ian Bleasdale
as Accountant
David Gwillim
as Percy Phelps
Richard Wilson
as Duncan Ross
Ellis Dale
as Williamson
Jeremy Brett
as Sherlock Holmes
Dusty Young
as Carpenter
Joss Ackland
as Jephro Rucastle
Wolf Kahler
as King of Bohemia
Colin Jeavons
as Lestrade
John Taylor
as Dr Ferrier
David Burke
as Dr Watson/Dr. Watson/Dr. John Watson
Tessa Worsley
as Mrs Willard
Alison Skilbeck
as Annie Harrison
Max Faulkner
as John
Stephen Mallatratt
as Percy Armitage
Brian Miller
as Inspector Bradstreet
Harry Goodier
as Policeman
John Graham-Davies
as 1st Young Man
John Malcolm
as Tangey
David Ross
as Inspector Martin
Rosalie Williams
as Mrs Hudson/Mrs. Hudson

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1
Season 2

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