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The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939 film)
                                     

★ The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939 film)

The hound of the Baskervilles is a 1939 mystery film based on the novel the hound of the Baskervilles sir Arthur Conan Doyle. It was directed by Sidney Lanfield and produced the 20th Century-Fox.

It is one of the most famous cinematic adaptations of books, and often regarded as one of the best. The film stars: Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes, Nigel Bruce, Richard Greene, as Dr. Watson and Henry Baskerville Wendy Barrie as beryl Stapleton. Fox was sure that the potential of a film about Sherlock Holmes, so top billing went to Richard Greene and don Rathbone.

The hound of the Baskervilles, the first of fourteen films starring Sherlock Holmes Rathbone and Bruce as Holmes and Watson, respectively. He is also famous as the earliest known Sherlock Holmes film should be set in the Victorian era of the original stories all known previous Holmes films until the 1930-ies the British series of films starring Arthur Wontner as Holmes was updated to the films release.

Lionel Atwill returns as Moriarty in Sherlock Holmes and the secret weapon 1942 and Morton Lowry in the pursuit of Algeria 1945 as Sanford. Mary Gordon was ten movies of the series.

                                     

1. The plot. (Сюжет)

Sherlock Holmes Basil Rathbone and Dr. John H. Watson, Nigel Bruce will Dr James Mortimer Lionel Atwill, who wants to read them before the arrival of sir Henry Baskerville, Richard green, the last Scion of the Baskervilles, heir to the Baskerville estate in Devonshire.

Dr. Mortimer is worried about letting sir Henry go to Baskerville Hall, because of the alleged family curse. He tells Holmes and Watson the legend of the hound of the Baskervilles, a demonic dog that first killed sir Hugo Baskerville Ralph Forbes several hundred years ago saw in the memories and is believed to kill all Baskervilles in the region of Devonshire.

Holmes dismisses it as a fairy tale, but Mortimer narrates the events of the recent death of his best friend, sir Charles Baskerville, sir Henry, uncle. Although he was found dead in his garden without any trace of physical damage, sir Carloss face was distorted as if he died in utter terror, of heart failure. He saw the footprints at some distance from the body, when it turned out it was the footprints of a huge dog.

Holmes decides to send Watson to Baskerville Hall along with sir Henry, claiming that he was too busy to accompany them himself. Sir Henry quickly develops a romantic interest in beryl Stapleton, Wendy Barry, step-sister, his neighbor Jack Stapleton Morton Lowry, a local naturalist. Meanwhile, maniac, Nigel de Brandon Hurst, escaped from Dartmoor prison, lurks on the moor.

Holmes eventually makes an appearance, having been hiding in the vicinity for some time to do their own investigation. Effective scene, not in the original book, occurs when Watson and Sir Henry attend a seance held by Mrs. Mortimer beryl Mercer. In a trance, she asked, "What happened that night on the moor, sir Charles?" The only reply is a lone howl, possibly from the hound. After some clever deception by Holmes, it assumes that the true criminal is Stapleton, a long-lost relative of the Baskervilles, who hopes to claim their vast fortune himself after removing all other members of the genus.

Stapleton kept a huge, half-starved, vicious dog plays with the dog, trained to attack individual members of the Baskervilles after prolonged exposure to their scent. However, when the dog finally sent to kill sir Henry Baskerville, Holmes and Watson arrive to save him just in time. They kill the dog. Then Stapleton traps Holmes in the hounds of the underground kennel, and sends Watson to the moor to meet up with Holmes. Holmes cuts his way out of the kennel and returned to the house and destroys the poison that he was just wounded Baskerville. Stapleton pulls a gun and runs. Holmes says ominously: "its not very far. I wrote constables along the roads and the only path across the great grimpen mire". Holmes is praised for his work on this case, and he gets

                                     

2. Cast. (Литые)

  • Basil Rathbone in the role of Sherlock Holmes.
  • E. E. Clive as cabby in London.
  • Nigel de Brandon Hurst, as a convict, as Nigel de Brandon Hurst.
  • Morton Lowry as John Stapleton Jack.
  • Richard Greene as sir Henry Baskerville.
  • Beryl Mercer as Mrs. Jennifer Mortimer.
  • Lionel Atwill, as Dr. James Mortimer.
  • Lionel Pape as coroner.
  • Nigel Bruce as Dr. John H. Watson.
  • Ian MacLaren, as sir Charles.
  • Mary Gordon as Mrs. Hudson.
  • John Carradine, as Barrymore, the Butler.
  • Wendy Barrie as beryl Stapleton.
  • Eily Malyon as Mrs. Barryman.
  • Ralph Forbes as sir Hugo Baskerville in flashback sequence.
  • Barlowe Borland as Frankland.
                                     

3. Welcome

In a contemporary review, the monthly film Bulletin described the film as "a great adaptation" of the novel." noting that the elements of the movies "to maintain the suspense until the exciting climax," and that "the atmosphere is very well contrived". Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce were praised for their roles, while "only Wendy Barry, seem lifeless, like beryl in a cast, which is equally good."

                                     

4. Awards and honorary titles. (Награды и почетные звания)

The recognition of the American film Institute

  • 2003 - AFIS 100 Years.100 Heroes And Villains.
  • Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson - nominated characters.
  • 2001 - AFIS 100 Years.100 Thrills - Nominated.
  • 2008 AFIS 10 Top 10 - Nominated Mystery Film.
                                     
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