Sherlock Holmes in Washington (1943)
Release Date: Apr 30, 1943 Wide
Average Rating: 3.4/5
User Ratings: 451
One of the silliest and most unbelievable of the Universal Sherlock Holmes series, Sherlock Holmes in Washington is also undeniably one of the most enjoyable. The story gets under way when an Allied spy (an unbilled Gerald Hamer, one of this series' "regulars") smuggles a valuable piece of microfilm into the U.S. The film is hidden in a matchbook cover that passes through several hands, ultimately ending up in the possession of Washington, D.C., socialite Nancy Partridge (Marjorie Lord). Brought
Apr 30, 1943 Wide
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Even though it's far from believable, it's still one of the most enjoyable in the series.
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