Sherlock Holmes - The Case Of The Texas Cowgirl

The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes "The Case of the Texas Cowgirl" Originally aired November 8, 1954. Season 01 - Episode 04 S01E04 Minnie O'Malley, a cowgirl in a travelling rodeo, seeks help from Sherlock Holmes--to remove a dead body from her hotel room! Strangely, Holmes seems to be more than happy to comply. Suspects range from a Blackfoot Indian, the owner of the rodeo Bison Jack, and a meek salesman across the hall. Easily the most ridiculous episode of the entire series. Credits Written by Charles and Joseph Early Directed by Steve Previn Starring: Ronald Howard ............. Sherlock Holmes Howard Marion-Crawford .... Dr. John H. Watson (as H. Marion Crawford) Archie Duncan ............. Inspector Lestrade Guest Cast: Richard Larke ............. Sgt. Wilkins (as Kenneth Richards) Lucille Vines ............. Minnie O'Malley Charles Brodie ............ Honeywell (uncredited) unknown ................... Tommy (uncredited) unknown ................... Madam (hotel guest) (uncredited)

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