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The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother (14-Dec-1975)

Director: Gene Wilder

Writer: Gene Wilder

Keywords: Mystery, Sherlock Holmes

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dom DeLuise
Actor
1-Aug-1933 4-May-2009 Cannonball Run
Marty Feldman
Comic
8-Jul-1933 2-Dec-1982 Eye-gor in Young Frankenstein
Madeline Kahn
Actor
29-Sep-1942 3-Dec-1999 Paper Moon and Blazing Saddles
Roy Kinnear
Actor
8-Jan-1934 20-Sep-1988 Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
John Le Mesurier
Actor
5-Apr-1912 15-Nov-1983 Dad's Army
Leo McKern
Actor
16-Mar-1920 23-Jul-2002 Travelling North, Rumpole of the Bailey
Gene Wilder
Actor
11-Jun-1933   Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Douglas Wilmer
Actor
8-Jan-1920   Sherlock Holmes

REVIEWS

Review by Jean P. M. (posted on 26-Sep-2005)

I saw this movie as a young teen. It made such a lasting impression on me with its wit and subtle humor. I was able to watch it many more time when it was shown on HBO in the 80's. This movie has not been shown for many years now in my areas and that is such a loss. I have tried unsuccessfully to find a copy to buy or rent, but have been told that it is unavailable.

Wilder, along with Kahn, Feldman and the others, will have you rolling in the aisle from start to finish. I can still sing the song, "Kangaroo Hop". This is a great showcase of the talent of this wonderful cast that went on to star in Blazing Saddles, Stir Crazy and so many more that you lose count.

If you can find this movie, don't miss out!


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