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Murder Rooms: The Dark Beginnings of Sherlock Holmes: The White Knight Stratagem


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Concluding the new mystery dramas inspired by pathologist Dr Joseph Bell's collaboration with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Doyle is called to Edinburgh to assist Dr Bell in the investigation of a brutal murder.
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Writer: Daniel Boyle
Producer: Alison Jackson
Director: Paul Marcus
Dr Joseph Bell: Ian Richardson
Dr Arthur Conan Doyle: Charles Edwards
Lieutenant Blaney: Rik Mayall
Mrs Booth: Annette Crosbie
George Milbum: Anton Lesser
Lyla Milbum: Beatie Edney
Doyle Senior: Hugh Ross
Sir John Starr: Ronald Pickup
Fergusson: Ron Donachie
Sergeant Clark: Henry Ian Cusick
Orde: Michael J. Jackson
Mr D'Arcy: Gregor Truter
Mrs Kitson: Barbara Rafferty
Innes Doyle: Ben McLeod
Ned Ball: Paul Malcolm

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Murder Rooms: The Dark Beginnings of Sherlock Holmes: The White Knight Stratagem

BBC One London, 2 October 2001 20.30

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