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The Hound of the Baskervilles

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(ABC, 2/12/1972, 90 mins). The oft-filmed Conan Doyle classic (it had been made at least eight times previously) and the first American color version about how Holmes and Watson solve the baffling murder of an heir to the Baskerville fortune on the misty English moors. This was the pilot to a prospective Sherlock Holmes series that was to have rotated with the adventures of Hildegarde Withers and Nick Carter (with Eve Arden and Robert Conrad, respectively) in a regular program bringing to TV three popular fictional detectives. None of the three went beyond the pilot stage.

Production Company Universal Television. Director Barry Crane. Executive Producer Richard Irving. Producer Stan Kallis. Teleplay Robert E Thompson. Based on the Novel by Arthur Conan Doyle. Photography Harry L Wolf. Supervising Editor Richard Belding. Editor Bill Mosher. Art Director Howard E Johnson. Associate Producer Arthur D Hilton.

Cast Stewart Granger (Sherlock Holmes), Bernard Fox (Dr. John Watson), William Shatner (George Stapleton), Anthony Zerbe (Dr. John Mortimer), Sally Ann Howes (Laura Frankland), John Williams (Arthur Frankland), lan Ireland (Sir Henry Baskerville), Jane Merrow (Beryl Stapleton), Alan Caillou (Inspector Lestrade), Brendan Dillon (John Barrymore), Arline Anderson (Eliza Barrymore), Bill Bowles (Billy Cartwright), Chuck Hicks (Seldon), Karen Kondan (Mrs. Mortimer), Liam Dunn (Messenger), Michael St. Clair (Constable), Barry Bernard (Manager), Constance Cavendish (Eel monger), Arthur Malet (Higgins), Elaine Church (Maid servant), Jenifer Shaw (Peasant girl), Terence Pushman (Chestnut salesman), Eric Brotherson (Porter).

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