Elementary! My Dear Watson!
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"Elementary, my dear Watson!..."
Holmes
"That's why so many murders remain unsolved..."
Holmes
   
"Give me a hand, will you Watson."
Holmes
   
"Mr. Holmes, you are the one man in all England..."
Holmes & Dr. Mortimer
Theme from
Hound of the Baskervilles
"How do you do?"
Holmes
Theme From The
Universal Films (945kb)
"Interesting, very interesting"
Holmes
   
"We've not a moment to lose!"
Holmes
"It will be interesting to see if my deductions are accurate."
Holmes
Some of these Files were obtained from
various sources off the Internet! THANKS!!

Others are from my own collection! ENJOY!
"There is no doubt about it in my mind."
Holmes
"Has anything escaped me?" "Almost everything..."
Holmes & Watson
MORE SOUND BITES! ( 1 , 2 )

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In 1929 the phrase "Elementary! My Dear Watson!" was first recorded NOT by Rathbone,
but by actor Clive Brook in the FIRST Holmes talkie The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1929) !!
Copyright 2000 Jeffery W. Stark