Twenty years earlier, aged seven, young Henry Knight saw his father torn to pieces by a monstrous creature at Dewer's Hollow near their Dartmoor home. Now Henry has seen the footprints of a huge beast and suspects that the nearby Baskerville government research station is breeding mutant animals. Sherlock and John travel to the moor where local lad Fletcher organizes tourist walks cashing in on the legend of Dartmoor's spectral hound. Using false I.D. the pair infiltrate Baskerville and are challenged by secretive Major Barrymore but rescued by sympathetic Dr. Frankland, a friend to Henry. After Sherlock himself sees the monstrous creature he enlists the help of geneticist Dr. Stapleton to help him solve the mystery.
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Did You Know?
Much of the plot concerns Dewer's Hollow. Dewer is an ancient Celtic word meaning Devil. Not to be confused with Dewar's Scotch whisky. See more
When Sherlock and Watson are back at the pub talking in front of the fire, Sherlock's hands change positions several times between camera angles. See more
Dr. John Watson
What're you talking about, you're busy? You don't have a case. A minute ago you were complaining...
Bluebell, John! I've got Bluebell. The case of the vanishing glow-in-the-dark rabbit. NATO's in uproar.
Version of Der Hund von Baskerville
Liberty Bell March
Written by John Philip Sousa See more