He doesn't want to frighten the guy, but he doesn't want Sir Henry to become Devil Dog Chow, either. A weakened hound because of restrictions The excessive expenses involved in the production of and having dried up the series' budget, and believed that this episode could provide two hours of entertainment at a lower cost than the last episodes initially planned, if it were to be turned into an economy. As for , he regretted that the film had not been developed sufficiently to achieve the perfect accuracy required to adapt this famous masterpiece. To prove that Stapleton is connected to the murders, Holmes lays a trap. Watson and Barrymore try to track Selden down but he manages to escape. But the most detrimental to the terrifying mystery is, as thought, the treatment of the legend of the dog from hell. Este é um filme baseado nesta obra, interpretado por Jeremy Brett como Sherlock Holmes e Edward Hardwicke como Dr.
Holmes and Watson also discover a strange-looking man with a big beard following Sir Henry Holmes sends Sir Henry back to Baskerville Hall and asks Watson to go along with him to investigate. Cushing plays a more uptight Holmes than Rathbone, less tolerant of others and his constant movement suits the overall pace of the film. The style and direction of the film is very similar to other Hammer films made at around the same time, the film moves along at such a pace that you don't have time to think about logic and dialog. O Cão dos Baskerville conta a história do Solar dos Baskerville, que há quinhentos anos abriga a família de mesmo nome. The support is good, especially the comedy bishop portrayed by Miles Malleson. Apparently, in the 1640s, a bad guy named Hugo Baskerville kidnapped a young woman and stuck her in his castle.
Holmes has discovered that Laura Lyons has been seeing Stapleton, and that she hopes to marry him. Sir Henry fires Barrymore on the spot for plotting against him, but Barrymore's wife appears and tells all. The Hound of the Baskervilles 1988 When latest heir to the Baskerville estate seems to be threatened by a family curse, only the master detective, Sherlock. Holmes and Watson plan to ambush Stapleton when he tries to kill Sir Henry. But Watson spots yet another unknown guy on the moors. The Hound of the Baskervilles 1988 The Hound of the Baskervilles: Sir Charles Baskerville dies on the moor under mysterious circumstances and rumors abound about a demonic hound. This austerity policy led to the suppression of captivating but costly sequences such as the one in which Holmes and Watson chased the spy following Sir Henry in London.
The Granada team was able to produce a perfect hound, but the drastic financial restrictions imposed harmful constraints on artistic quality and generated unease: There is a lot of mumbling in this film, writes , as if the actors did not have complete confidence in what they were saying. Doctor Mortimer strongly suspects that the ghost dog—the Hound—had something to do with it. Old Rodger had moved to South America many years before and died there. When she hears that Stapleton has a wife, she tells Holmes everything: that Stapleton dictated the letter she sent to Sir Charles, that he then insisted that she not keep the appointment, and that he bullied her into keeping silent about Sir Charles' death. The dog manages to bring down Sir Henry and to bite his throat.
Watson suspects that Stapleton lost his footing in the bog and wound up being sucked down, never to be seen again. So that's it—Stapleton is lying at the bottom of the bog and Holmes and Watson are back in London. And when his friends went to find Hugo to stop him, they discovered two dead bodies. It's nice to see Christopher Lee playing the romantic role as a change to his usual monsters and Peter Cushing is brilliant as Holmes, his performance being the definitive as he makes the character believable and interesting. Once they arrive, they find the place to be a huge, b rich, c old, and d gloomy.
Barrymore tells Watson he knows why Sir Charles was in his driveway so late at night, despite his fear of the moors and the Hound. But Holmes resurfaces in time to discover that Jack Stapleton, Charles' unknown nephew, is using the legend to usurp his uncle's fortune. Accompanied by a crash of thunder in the prologue, director Terence Fisher captures him in long shot at the top of the stairs, possessed with fury as he tells his drunken fellow revellers that the servant girl they had intended to rape has fled. Holmes and Watson visit Laura Lyons again. A very light shiver The fascinating attraction of the novel is essentially its fantastic and frightening atmosphere.
It was certainly almost impossible, before the appearance of computer-generated images, to create a monster worthy of the novelist's formidable description, but why is the distant barking of the infernal hound here only an inaudible breath and the escape of Sir Charles a pale substitute of panic terror? Fisher gives what you would expect: tight direction, lush cinematography, and loads of beautiful shots of the fog-ridden moors. This film also features the best ever casting of Dr Watson. The film is well paced and atmospheric but it's greatest strength is the excellent cast, particularly the three leads. That guy is obviously hiding something. Holmes apologizes to Watson for keeping him in the dark.
But Hugo Baskerville suffered a worse fate: his drinking buddies found him getting his throat torn out by a giant black dog from hell. Andre Morell moves away from the bumbling fool of other Holmes films and makes Watson intelligent, capable and even dashing. Not looking good for Sir Henry. Frankland tells Watson he's seen a boy bringing food to one of the Stone Age huts on the moors. While Baskerville Hall may be fictional, —with its beautiful, barren, boggy, hilly countryside—is definitely a real place. É considerada uma das melhores aventuras do famoso detetive. They've been feeding him when he signals, because she can't bear to let him starve, no matter what awful things he's done.
He seems to know a lot about the Hound and Sir Charles' fear of it. Peter Cushing and Andre Morrell make a more than passable Holmes and Watson double-act, and the rest of the cast are just right although Christopher Lee always seemed too stiff as a goodie. Watson's zeal and bravery will not be superfluous, as mysteries and dangers hang over Baskerville lands. The film has a clever prologue about the curse of the Baskervilles as an introduction, and it is wonderfully executed. Could he be our murderer? The girl had died of exhaustion and fear at being ridden down by a creepy madman on the moors wetlands at night.