Young Sherlock Holmes

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Plot – A mysterious individual kills Prof. Bobster and Reverend Nesbitt in a Londoner college where young Sherlock Holmes and John Watson study there. They have different personalities but are inseparable friends and together they solve the college’s intrigues. In addition to Bobster and Nesbitt’s murders, Prof. Waxflatter dies too.

Movie Info

Title Young Sherlock Holmes

Year 1985

Director Barry Levinson

GenreThriller,Adventure,Family,Fantasy,Mystery,Action

Top 18 Quotes of “Young Sherlock Holmes” Movie

“It seems we’ve finally discovered the secret to your intelligence!”

Brian Oulton – Master Snelgrove

“- Sherlock Holmes: Someday we’ll be reunited. In another world, a much better world.
– Elizabeth Hardy: I’ll be waiting. And you’ll be late… as always.”
Nicholas Rowe – Sherlock Holmes

Sophie Ward – Elizabeth Hardy

“- Sherlock Holmes: Ehtar! You’re nothing but a damn fraud!
– Professor Rathe: And you, Holmes, are letting your emotions get the better of you again!”
Nicholas Rowe – Sherlock Holmes

Anthony Higgins – Professor Rathe

– John Watson: Amazing, Holmes. Simply amazing. Of course, you did forget one very important clue.
– Sherlock Holmes: Please enlighten me.
– John Watson: “Rathe” is “Ehtar” spelled backwards.
– Sherlock Holmes: Very clever, Watson. I’m certain I would have arrived at that conclusion sooner or later.
Alan Cox – Dr. Watson

Nicholas Rowe – Sherlock Holmes

“- John Watson: What have I got myself into?
– Sherlock Holmes: The adventure of a lifetime, Watson.”
Alan Cox – Dr. Watson

Nicholas Rowe – Sherlock Holmes

“- John Watson: Are you coming back after the holidays?
– Sherlock Holmes: No. There are too many memories here.
– John Watson: Holmes, you have your entire life ahead of you.
– Sherlock Holmes: And I’ll spend it alone.”

Alan Cox – Dr. Watson

Nicholas Rowe – Sherlock Holmes

“- Det. Sgt. Lestrade: I despise your arrogance.
– Sherlock Holmes: And I despise your laziness.”
Roger Ashton-Griffiths – Det. Sgt. Lestrade

Nicholas Rowe – Sherlock Holmes

“I was very taken by what I saw. As I stepped from my carriage, the sight of my new school filled me with fear and apprehension, yet, I was swept with a wave of curiosity. However, nothing could prepare me for the extraordinary adventure that lay ahead, or the extraordinary individual who would change my life.”

Michael Hordern – Dr. Watson

“It was a wonderful, heroic moment for Holmes. But little did he know that his amazing powers and talents would soon be put to a much greater test, a test of terrifying and deadly proportions.”

Michael Hordern – Dr. Watson

“- Chester Cragwitch: The boy who wrote the letter and his sister were staying in England with their grandfather when they learned of the destruction of the Egyptian village, the village which was their home. Both their parents were killed in the attack. The boy vowed when he grew to manhood that the Rame Tep would take their revenge and replace…”
Freddie Jones – Chester Cragwitch

Nicholas Rowe – Sherlock Holmes

Alan Cox – Dr. Watson

“I always suspected that becoming a friend of yours would end in disaster!”

Alan Cox – Dr. Watson

“- Sherlock Holmes: Sherlock Holmes, jealous? My dear, that word does not enter my vocabulary.
– Elizabeth Hardy: Neither does punctuality.”
Nicholas Rowe – Sherlock Holmes

Sophie Ward – Elizabeth Hardy

“- Sherlock Holmes: I should’ve mastered the damn thing by now.
– John Watson: How long have you been playing?
– Sherlock Holmes: Three days.”

Nicholas Rowe – Sherlock Holmes

Alan Cox – Dr. Watson

“As I watched Holmes settle into his seat, a sudden feeling came over me – that I would most certainly be seeing him again. So ended my first adventure with Mister Sherlock Holmes. As I watched his carriage disappear into the distance, I realised that I had forgotten to thank him. He had taken a weak, frightened boy and made him into a courageous…”

Michael Hordern – Dr. Watson

“A great detective relies on perception, intelligence, and imagination.”

Nicholas Rowe – Sherlock Holmes

“Holmes, remember what I always taught you: control your emotions or they will be your downfall.”
Anthony Higgins – Professor Rathe

“Answers without evidence are useless.”
Nicholas Rowe – Sherlock Holmes

“- Elizabeth Hardy: No. Uncle didn’t kill himself.
– John Watson: Well, then, what happened to him?
– Sherlock Holmes: He was murdered.”

Sophie Ward – Elizabeth Hardy

Alan Cox – Dr. Watson

Nicholas Rowe – Sherlock Holmes