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The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (22-Jul-1977)

Director: Herbert Ross

Writer: Nicholas Meyer

From novel: The Seven Per-Cent Solution by Nicholas Meyer

Music: John Addison

Producer: Herbert Ross

Keywords: Mystery, Sherlock Holmes, Cocaine

Based on characters by Arthur Conan Doyle.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alan Arkin
26-Mar-1934   Catch 22
Georgia Brown
21-Oct-1933 5-Jul-1992 The Raging Moon
Robert Duvall
5-Jan-1931   Tom Hagen in The Godfather
Samantha Eggar
5-Mar-1939   The Collector
Charles Gray
29-Aug-1928 7-Mar-2000 Ernst Stavro Blofeld
Joel Grey
11-Apr-1932   Cabaret
Laurence Olivier
22-May-1907 11-Jul-1989 Shakespearean actor
Vanessa Redgrave
30-Jan-1937   Julia
Nicol Williamson
14-Sep-1938 16-Dec-2011 Merlin in Excalibur


Alan Arkin   ...   Sigmund Freud
Vanessa Redgrave   ...   Lola Deveraux
Robert Duvall   ...   Dr. Watson
Nicol Williamson   ...   Sherlock Holmes
Laurence Olivier   ...   Prof. Moriarty
Joel Grey   ...   Lowenstein
Samantha Eggar   ...   Mary Watson
Charles Gray   ...   Mycroft Holmes
Georgia Brown   ...   Mrs. Freud
Regine   ...   Madame
Jeremy Kemp   ...   Baron Von Leinsdorf
Anna Quayle   ...   Freda
Jill Townsend   ...   Mrs. Holmes
John Bird   ...   Berger
Alison Leggatt   ...   Mrs. Hudson
Gertan Klauber   ...   The Pasha
Frederick Jaeger   ...   Marker
Erik Chitty   ...   The Butler
Jack May   ...   Dr. Schultz
Leon Greene   ...   Squire Holmes
Michael Blagdon   ...   Young Holmes
Ashley House   ...   Young Freud
Sheila Shand Gibbs   ...   Nun
Erich Padalewski   ...   Station Master
John Hill   ...   Train Engineer


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