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The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939)

Richard Greene, Basil Rathbone, Wendy Barrie, Nigel Bruce, Lionel Atwill, John Carradine, Barlowe Borland, Beryl Mercer, Morton Lowry, Eily Malyon, E.E. Clive
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Dr. Mortimer, referring to his deceased friend: “I might add that for some time Sir Charles was in a highly nervous state, worried.” (0:02)

Hugo tells a non-existent girl, “These drunken sots will give Hugo the...”
Matthew: “I’ve never seen him in such a rage.” (0:09)

Dr. Mortimer tells heir Sir Henry about “A dissident drunken fellow.” (0:17)

Watson asks Sir Henry, “Are you mad?” (0:30)

Lawyer Frankland tells Mr. Stapleton, “But if you’re implying that I’m tipsy, sir.” (0:37)

Mrs. Barryman grieves when she learns of the death of her brother. Detective Holmes tells Sir Henry, referring to the deceased, “That poor devil must have been completely demented.” (0:58)

Watson: “There’s still one or two little point, Holmes, that I can’t for the life of me reconcile with your theory about that poor demented convict.” (1:01)

Watson tells the carriage driver, “You idiot...” (1:03)

Mr. Stapleton hurries through a graveyard. (1:06)

Holmes walks through the graveyard. (1:12)

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