A chemist is accused of the murder of his fiancé's stepfather. Although there is mounting evidence of the chemist's guilt, Holmes is requested by the old man's housekeeper to investigate the case, as she believes the young man to be innocent.
While walking along the banks of the Thames River, Watson finds a diamond tooth. Holmes soon learns that the body of a murder victim had been discovered near where Watson found the tooth.
A young boy shows up at Baker Street, asking for Holmes' help in finding his missing father. Holmes' investigation reveals that the man is a gambler on the run from his creditors.
Holmes begins acting even stranger than usual -- he tries to keep Watson from seeing the diamond necklace in his humidor and refuses to help Lestrade with the crime wave.
Malcolm MacGregan wants to sell his family's castle, but claims a ghost is scaring off potential buyers. Holmes and Watson take the case in an attempt to explain the unearthly occurrences, and come face to face with apparently supernatural forces.
As payment for solving a case, Holmes and Watson are invited to spend a weekend at an estate in the Balkans. However, their vacation is cut short when another guest is poisoned and their host is accused of the murder.
A political leader is being blackmailed, and to find the blackmailers, Holmes and Watson join a lonely hearts club. However, things don't go quite as planned, and Holmes gets arrested and thrown in jail.
A condemned man scheduled to hang the next day uses his last request to ask Sherlock Holmes to prove his innocence of the murder for which he is about to be executed.
Sir Charles Farnsworth is found dead in his mysterious Farnsworth Castle. It turns out that Farnsworth had a clause inserted in this will that his death, no matter what the apparent cause, would be investigated by Sherlock Holmes.
After a famous criminal is run over and killed by a milk truck, Inspector Lestrade finds a mysterious coded note in the man's clothing. This, and a trail of clues, lead him and Holmes to Paris.
Irate over a robbery of his family's precious jewels, Sir Arthur Treadley accuses Sherlock Holmes of giving him bad advice during a consultation. However, the detective was out of town when the advice was supposedly given.
A traveling salesman is found hanged in his hotel room. Although the police eventually rule it to be a suicide, his widow thinks otherwise and asks Holmes to investigate the mysterious "suicide" further.
A man tells his wife that he is a killer who has murdered his six previous wives, and notifies her that she has one day to live before he murders her, too. She turns to Holmes and Watson for help.
A baby is left on Holmes' and Watson's doorstep and turns out to be the son of a missing French scientist. When Watson is later brutally attacked and the baby kidnapped, the detectives must find the baby and its father and avoid an international scandal.
An advice columnist advises a young woman to break up with her violent and insanely jealous boyfriend. The jilted boyfriend then finds Doogle, severely beats him and threatens his life. Doogle turns to Sherlock Holmes for help.
A boy and his father are on a train, and after they have a fight, the boy seems to have vanished. Although his governess thinks he has simply run away, Holmes begins to suspect something a bit more serious.
Holmes must stop the infamous Dr. Moriarty's plan to steal the Crown Jewels of England.
Winner of a 1988 Swedish Academy of Detection AwardPacked with mystery and suspense, this tremendously popular Granada Television series remains true to the original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stories. Jeremy Brett stars as Sherlock Holmes; David Burke as Dr. Watson."Perhaps the best portrayals yet of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle´s fictional detective."--New York Post