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The Monday Film: Murder By Decree


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Christopher Plummer as Sherlock Holmes James Mason as Dr Watson Sherlock Holmes is begged by East End traders to solve the series of vicious murders committed by the infamous 'Jack the Ripper'. As the indomitable detective and his assistant Dr Watson begin their investigation they lift a veil of corruption and terror which affects the throne of England itself. An all-star cast has been assembled for this unusual and often terrifying film about the 'meeting' of Holmes and the Ripper.
Screenplay by JOHN HOPKINS
Produced by RENE DUPONT and BOB CLARK. Directed by BOB CLARK
* IN THE PICTURE: page 23


Unknown: Christopher Plummer
Unknown: Sherlock Holmes
Unknown: James Mason
Unknown: Dr Watson Sherlock Holmes
Play By: John Hopkins
Produced By: Rene Dupont
Unknown: Bob Clark.
Directed By: Bob Clark
Insp Foxborough: David Hemmings
Mary Kelly: Susan Clark
Sir Charles Warren: Anthony Quayle
Prime Minister: John Gielgud
Insp Lestrade: Frank Finlay
Robert Lees: Donald Sutherland
Annie Crook: Genevieve Bujold
Dr Hardy: Chris Wiggins
Mrs Lees: Teddi Moore

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The Monday Film: Murder By Decree

BBC One London, 17 June 1985 22.05

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