Sherlock Holmes (1954-55)

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You can download these from here. This show is the only American production of a Sherlock series done in America. That is, anything that looks like Sir Arthur Conan Doyles vision of Sherlock.

5 thoughts on “Sherlock Holmes (1954-55)”

  1. This series was great. I watched them all at once over a weekend. Too bad the remaining episodes weren’t included. Thanks.

  2. With some of these shows, not all the episodes that are available are very watchable. Getting good copies ain’t easy or impossible.

  3. First off, THANK YOU sooooo much for this incredibly GREAT site! Loved the Sherlock Holmes, and all the great old shows n movies! And thanx for putting the scroll bars back, my chromebook dinna like it when they were gone!
    Also love the streaming old time radio… so cool. Heard the War of the Worlds broadcast on a record when I was about 10, have been hooked on radio dramas ever since. Ever hear Bleaker Theater? It was on KAAY from Little Rock Ark. in the early 70s, and did NEW radio dramas. Very cool. Would love to hear those again too.
    You take donations, man? Cause I believe in supporting what I enjoy!
    Thanks again, and keep it up!

    1. I sure do remember Clyde Clifford’s Beaker Street and Beaker Theater on KAAY Little Rock Arkansas! I was in the 5th grade living in So. Minnesota and stayed awake till 2AM all week listening to The War of the Worlds in 1/2 hour segments along with the 15 or so minutes of Chandu the Magician. I was so tired all that week as I remember, but was well worth it. I’m still a fan of underground rock and old time radio shows…. btw if you remember Chandu and want to hear them again , here’s the link:

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