A bride vanishes moments before she is to walk down the aisle, and the couples' families come to Holmes for help, but when secrets from the bride's past come to light, Holmes has to weigh his options.
A bride disappears from her wedding, and Holmes is called to investigate.
Moriarty is after a large diamond, but after hiding it in a doll, he ends up with more than he bargained for.
Professor Moriarty robs a jewelry store in broad daylight.
Big Ben's bell has been burglarized, but bureaucrats beseech Holmes to keep that bit buried while they search.
The Bell of Big Ben is stolen, and there is panic among the people.
Professor Moriarty attacks a train carrying an old gentleman with a parrot on his shoulder.
When Moriarty goes to great lengths to steal a parrot off a train, Holmes takes up the case to find out what's so special about this parrot.
A famous aircraft engineer Mac Bain was planning to use his latest engine to enter the World Flight Championship, but Moriarty steals it.
Moriarty enters a prestigious airplane race, with the intent of sabotaging his way into first place, including stealing parts from other entrants to make his plane the best. Mrs. Hudson, Holmes and Watson enter the race in hopes of stopping him.
One night when Moriarty sneaks in to steal a jewel, he finds out that someone has beat him to it.
There's a new thief in London, one that puts Moriarty to shame, and their next target appears to be the Queen's favorite horse.
Moriarty robs gold coins and plans to take them out of London.
Moriarty and his gang manage to steal a shipment of gold, but Inspector Lestrade's investigation is making it difficult for the gang to get the gold out of London.
The "Rosetta Stone" floats away from the museum - is it an Egyptian curse?
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