1994 Baker Street: Sherlock Holmes Returns

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1994 Baker Street: Sherlock Holmes Returns
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Based on Characters:
Arthur Conan Doyle
Screenplay by Kenneth Johnson
Directed by Kenneth Johnson
Starring Anthony Higgins
Debrah Farentino
Ken Pogue
Kerry Sandomirsky
Music by James Di Pasquale
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Executive producer(s) Kenneth Johnson
Daniel Grodnik
Jon Slan
Producer(s) Susan Lee Appling
Ron French
Michael Morgan
Location(s) San Francisco
Vancouver
Cinematography Ken Orieux
Editor(s) David Strohmaier
Running time 96 min.
Production company(s) Kenneth Johnson Productions
Paragon Entertainment
Distributor CBS
Release
Original network CBS
Original release
  • September 12, 1993 (1993-09-12)

1994 Baker Street: Sherlock Holmes Returns, or Sherlock Holmes Returns! In The Adventure of the Tiger's Revenge[1] and sometimes shortened to just Sherlock Holmes Returns, is a 1993 American television movie about the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, starring Anthony Higgins as Holmes.[2] In its title and basic premise, it is very similar to a 1987 TV movie, "The Return of Sherlock Holmes", but the plot details of the two films are quite different.

Plot[edit]

Sherlock Holmes is awakened in modern times from suspended animation as a result of an earthquake. He is aided in his recovery by Dr. Amy Winslow (Debrah Farentino), who lives in Baker Street in San Francisco. Holmes pits his wits against the descendants of the Moriarty family, led by James Moriarty Booth. He is also aided by a new group of Baker Street Irregulars led by Zapper (Mark Adair-Rios).

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

It was written and directed by Kenneth Johnson, and was broadcast on CBS.[2] Higgins had previously played Professor Moriarty in Young Sherlock Holmes (1985).[2] The television film was intended to lead to an ongoing series featuring Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Winslow.[1]

Reception[edit]

Variety described the film as "derivative premise, thin content and production values, awkward dialogue...and consistent overacting."[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b King, Susan (September 12, 1993). "WITH AN EYE ON ... : There's no place like Holmes for Anthony Higgins". The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved February 12, 2018. 
  2. ^ a b c d Barnes, Alan (2002). Sherlock Holmes on Screen. Reynolds & Hearn Ltd. p. 105. ISBN 1-903111-04-8. 

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