Young Sherlock Holmes

Young Sherlock Holmes
Young Sherlock Holmes

Year

1985

Duration

104 minutes

Genres

Crime

Language

English

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Synopsis

Have you ever wondered what kind of boy could grow into the great detective? This mystery adventure has great fun imagining the Baker Street sleuth as a teenager at school, where he also meets his faithful friend John (not yet Doctor) Watson. The skills he shows as an adult are already present, as Holmes is called upon to solve the murder of Professor Waxflatter. Executive producer Steven Spielberg adds a dash of Indiana Jones-style action to the mix, making this a thoroughly enjoyable addition to the Holmes legend.

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Contains frequent mild violence, moderate horror and scenes which some younger audiences may find upsetting.

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