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Sherlock Holmes: The Man With The Twisted Lip/The Six Napoleons [DVD]
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A Sherlock Holmes double bill, with Jeremy Brett playing the lead. In 'The Man with the Twisted Lip' the master sleuth is asked by a distraught woman to find her missing businessman husband, Neville St Clair, and is drawn into the underworld of opium dens. Whilst in 'The Six Napoleons' someone is breaking into houses and destroying busts of Napoleon Bonaparte. Horace Harker hears his bust being smashed and, in his pursuit of the perpetrator, he discovers a body; so Holmes is brought in to investigate.
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In The Man With the Twisted Lip Holmes is engaged to find Mr Neville St Clair, a respectable gentleman last seen above an opium den in the murkier parts of London. What was he doing there, and where has he gone?
Inspector Lestrade (in a brilliant performance by Colin Jeavons) calls on Holmes in The Six Napoleons. Someone is apparently obsessed by Napoleon Bonaparte and is prepared to go to any lengths to destroy images of the emperor. Even murder, as it turns out. Watson believes it to be the work of some madman, but, as Holmes observes, there's method in the madness.