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خلاصه فیلم Dressed to Kill: Sherlock Holmes is intrigued when Dr. Watson's friend, Julian 'Stinky' Emery, visits and tells them of a strange robbery at his flat the previous night. Stinky is an avid collector of music boxes and has several quite expensive pieces in his vast collection. The previous night, someone broke into his flat and knocked him unconscious when he tried to intervene. All they took however was a simple wooden music box he had bought at auction that day for a mere £2. The box was one of three available for sale and as Holmes and Watson begin to trace the other purchasers, it becomes apparent that someone will stop at nothing, including murder, to retrieve all three. When Holmes learns the identity of the music box maker, he is convinced it contains directions to the retrieval of something very valuable that the government has kept from the public.

Dressed to Kill (1946): Sherlock Holmes is intrigued when Dr. Watson's friend, Julian 'Stinky' Emery, visits and tells them of a strange robbery at his flat the previous night. Stinky is an avid collector of music boxes and has several quite expensive pieces in his vast collection. The previous night, someone broke into his flat and knocked him unconscious when he tried to intervene. All they took however was a simple wooden music box he had bought at auction that day for a mere £2. The box was one of three available for sale and as Holmes and Watson begin to trace the other purchasers, it becomes apparent that someone will stop at nothing, including murder, to retrieve all three. When Holmes learns the identity of the music box maker, he is convinced it contains directions to the retrieval of something very valuable that the government has kept from the public.

Country: USA
Locations: Universal Studios - 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, California, USA
Keywords: counterfeiting, sherlock holmes character, dr. john watson character, three word title, psychotronic film

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Colonel Cavanaugh: By now Mr. Holmes has no doubt exchanged his violin for a harp. Mrs. Hilda Courtney: Oh, well, assuming that Heaven is his destination.

Watson: I say, Holmes? Holmes: What? Watson: It's morning. Holmes: Allow me to congratulate you on a brilliant bit of deduction.

Watson: Humph, Irene Adler, what a striking looking woman from the brief glance I had of her. Seems only yesterday. What charm. Hmmmm. What poise. And what a mind! Sharp enough and brilliant enough to outwit the-the great Sherlock Holmes himself! Holmes: I take it that the new issue of the Strand Magazine is out containing another of your slightly lurid tales. Watson: It is indeed! Holmes: And what do you call this one? Watson: I call it "A Scandal in Bohemia." Not a bad title, huh? Holmes: Hmm. If you must record my exploits, I do wish you would put less emphasis on the melodramatic and more on the intellectual issues involved. Watson: More on the intel... what do you mean by that? Holmes: Well I do hope you've given, um, *The* Woman a soul, she had one, you know. Watson: By *The* Woman, I suppose you mean Irene Adler? Holmes: Yes... I shall always remember her... as *The* Woman.

[last lines] Inspector Hopkins: I still don't understand how you solved it, Mr. Holmes. Holmes: It's entirely due to Doctor Watson. He gave me the clue when he mentioned Doctor Samuel Johnson. Inspector Hopkins: Well, congratulations, Doctor. Watson: Oh, thank you, Inspector. I don't think I could have done it entirely without Mr. Holmes' help, you know.

Holmes: The truth is only arrived at... by the pain staking process of eliminating the untrue.

Commissioner of Scotland Yard: Before going further, Dr. Watson, I must inform you that this matter is not to be mentioned outside of this room. Watson: [Indignantly] Of course not. Do I look like a man who'd gossip? Holmes: Let's not go into that now, old fellow, shall we?

Colonel Cavanaugh: [remarking on the poison gas] That little attachment, my dear Mr. Holmes, contains the deadly fluid known as monosulfide. The Germans use it with gratifying results in removing their undesirables.

Watson: Holmes! You all right? Holmes: Perfectly, thank you, old fellow, but I think this gentleman on the floor requires some medical attention. We must see that he looks his best, you know, when he's hanged.

Colonel Cavanaugh: [to a handcuffed Holmes, who is hanging from a beam] You find yourself like Muhammad's coffin, Mr. Holmes, suspended between Heaven and Earth.

Holmes: Elementary, my dear fellow, one of the first principles in solving crime is never to disregard anything no matter how trivial.

Holmes: However, it's a mistake to accept something that's true merely because it's obvious.

Mrs. Hilda Courtney: My friends call me Hilda. 'Stinky' Emery: Thanks. Mine call me Stinky. Mrs. Hilda Courtney: Stinky? How quaint

Holmes: [Holmes and Watson are in a pub to see Joe Cisto, a piano player. Holmes introduces Cisto to Watson] I want you to meet a friend of mine, Dr. Watson. Joe Cisto. Joe Cisto: Oh, well, any friend of Mr. Holmes is a friend of mine. Watson: How are you, Joe? Joe Cisto: He did me a good turn once that I'll never forget. Holmes: Yes, I cleared Joe of a most unpleasant charge. Joe Cisto: Murder no less. Watson: Oh, really? Holmes: By proving to the satisfaction of the police that he was busy at the time blowing open someone's safe.

Hamid: [angrily, after Cavanaugh has grabbed a book of poems from him inscribed by Mrs. Courtney] Some day you'll go too far. Colonel Cavanaugh: Reaching for a star, you fool. Hamid: Yet a fool may touch a star, Colonel Cavanaugh, if he reaches high enough. Colonel Cavanaugh: But not possess it as you would.

'Stinky' Emery: [remarking on one of his music boxes] Charming, isn't it? Holmes: Quite! Watson: [bored] They all sound to me like a lot of mice running about a tin roof.

Watson: [remarking on the stolen music box] But that box is only worth two pounds! Holmes: It's worth a man's life, Watson!

Mrs. Hilda Courtney: It's so fearfully awkward, having a dead body lying about. Don't you agree Mr. Holmes?

Watson: Would you... Would you like to hear old uncle make a noise like a duck?