Sherlock Holmes - The Case of the Cunningham Heritage

Public Domain TV Show: Sherlock Holmes (1954) Season 1: Episode 1 Title: The Case of the Cunningham Heritage The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes "The Case of the Cunningham Heritage" Originally aired October 18, 1954. Holmes unravels the mystery surrounding the death of Mr. Cunningham, a gentleman whose fiancée was found by his body with a knife in her hand. This television episode marks the first filmed meeting between Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. Based on "A Study in Scarlet" and very loosely "The Adventure of the Reigate Squires/Puzzle." Credits Produced and Written by Sheldon Reynolds Directed by Jack Gage Starring: Ronald Howard ............. Sherlock Holmes Howard Marion-Crawford .... Dr. John H. Watson (as H. Marion Crawford) Archie Duncan ............. Inspector Lestrade Guest Cast: Meg Lemonnier ............. Mrs. Cunningham Ursula Howells ............ Joan Roland Bartrop ............ Lord Stamford (as Rowland Bartrop) Pierre Gay ................ Ralph Cunningham Richard Larke ............. Bobby (Sgt. Wilkins) (uncredited)

LicensePublic Domain

More videos by this producer

The Bat (1959 film)

The Bat is a 1959 American mystery film starring Vincent Price and Agnes Moorehead. It is the fourth film adaptation of the story, which began as a 1908 novel The Circular Staircase by Mary Roberts Rinehart, which she later adapted (with Avery Hopwood) into the 1920 play The Bat. The first film vers

Frankenstein's Daughter

Frankenstein's Daughter is an independently made 1958 American black-and-white science fiction/horror film drama, produced by Marc Frederic and George Fowley, directed by Richard E. Cunha, that stars John Ashley, Sandra Knight, Donald Murphy, and Sally Todd. The film was distributed by Astor Picture

It's a Wonderful Life

It's a Wonderful Life is a 1946 American Christmas, family fantasy, drama film produced and directed by Frank Capra, based on the short story and booklet The Greatest Gift, which Philip Van Doren Stern self-published in 1943 and is in turn loosely based on the Charles Dickens novel "A Christmas Caro