Sign of Four Reviews

  • May 15, 2013

    In fairness a poor adaptation of a Holmes classic tale. Hidden treasure and a circus freak murdering those who get in his way. That's about it.

    In fairness a poor adaptation of a Holmes classic tale. Hidden treasure and a circus freak murdering those who get in his way. That's about it.

  • The S Super Reviewer
    Jan 30, 2011

    This TV film version of the classic Conan Doyle story is, like The Hound of the Baskervilles of the same series, a worthy telling of the tale but suffering from the dire miscasting of Ian Richardson as Sherlock Holmes. Richardson, whilst performing to all of his great ability, is physically unconvincing as the super-sleuth.

    This TV film version of the classic Conan Doyle story is, like The Hound of the Baskervilles of the same series, a worthy telling of the tale but suffering from the dire miscasting of Ian Richardson as Sherlock Holmes. Richardson, whilst performing to all of his great ability, is physically unconvincing as the super-sleuth.