Talk:Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror
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In two films, Terror by Night and Voice of Terror, the device is used of having the identity of Watson's school chum become an important part of the story. Is it possible for a person to mistake a former close acquaintance or even a former mate? Aging changes people's appearance, voice, and behavior, but a fundamental identity is usually recognized. Sommersby and The Return of Martin Guerre try to make this credible. These are cases in which Coleridge's willing suspension of disbelief might be necessary if the film is to be tolerated as entertainment.Lestrade (talk) 04:29, 25 November 2008 (UTC)Lestrade
Actor Playing The Voice
The "Cast" section credits Reginald Denny as being the Voice of Terror, but also gives that honour, "uncredited", to Edgar Barrier. I suspect the later is correct - the first being a confusion due to Denny`s character turning out to be the Voice. But that`s just a guess - anyone know? Bagunceiro (talk) 00:12, 24 August 2016 (UTC)