Young Sherlock Holmes

Young Sherlock Holmes (1985)

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Corrected entry: At the end of the movie, the script on the screen says that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle did not specify when Holmes and Watson met. That is not true. They met for the first time in "A Study in Scarlet."

Correction: The script at the end was added to keep with the theme of the movie. The movie was based on the premise of what would have happened if Holmes and Watson meet each other when they were teenagers. The script just helps show that this is not an "official" Arthur Conan Doyle story.

Bruce Minnick

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This is the first movie in human history to ever to feature a fully CG (computer generated) character when the knight emerges from the stained glass window. Computer graphics had existed prior (Wrath of Kahn), but never once to simulate an on-screen character.

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