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Sherlock Holmes is a 2009 period mystery action film based on the character of the same name created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The film was directed by Guy Ritchie and produced by Joel Silver, Lionel Wigram, Susan Downey, and Dan Lin. The screenplay written by Michael Robert Johnson, Anthony Peckham, and Simon Kinberg was developed from a story by Wigram and Johnson. Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law portray Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson, respectively. In 1890, eccentric detective Holmes and his companion Watson are hired by a secret society to foil a mysticist s plot to gain control of Britain by seemingly supernatural means. Rachel McAdams stars as their former adversary Irene Adler and Mark Strong portrays villain Lord Henry Blackwood.

The film was widely released in North America on 25 December 2009, and on 26 December 2009 in the UK, Ireland, the Pacific and the Atlantic. Sherlock Holmes received mostly positive critical reaction. Downey won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy. The film was also nominated for two Academy Awards, Best Original Score and Best Art Direction. A sequel, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, was released on 16 December 2011, with a third film in the works to be directed by Dexter Fletcher.


In 1890 London, private detective Sherlock Holmes and his partner Dr. John Watson prevent the ritualistic murder of a woman by Lord Henry Blackwood, who has killed five other young women in a similar manner. Inspector Lestrade and the police arrest Blackwood. Three months later, Watson is engaged to Mary Morstan and moving out of 221B Baker Street; while he enjoys their adventures together, Watson looks forward to not having to deal with Holmes eccentricities. Meanwhile, Blackwood, who claims to have supernatural powers, has been sentenced to death and requests to see Holmes, warning him of three more unstoppable deaths that will cause great changes to the world. Blackwood is subsequently hanged.

Holmes is visited by Irene Adler, a former adversary who asks him to find a missing man named Luke Reordan. After her departure, Holmes follows her as she meets with her secret employer, and only learns that the man is a professor and that he intimidates Adler. Meanwhile, sightings of a living Blackwood and the discovery of his empty tomb convince the authorities that Blackwood has risen from his grave. Reordan is found dead inside Blackwood s coffin. Following a series of clues from the body, Holmes and Watson find Reordan s hideout and discover experiments attempting to merge science with magic. After they survive a battle with Blackwood s men when they try to torch the lab, Holmes is taken to the Temple of the Four Orders, a secret magical fraternity with considerable political influence. The leaders — Lord Chief Justice Sir Thomas Rotheram, U.S. Ambassador Standish, and Home Secretary Lord Coward — ask Holmes to stop Blackwood, a former member of the society and Sir Thomas s secret illegitimate son.

That night, Sir Thomas drowns in his bath as Blackwood watches, and the next night Lord Coward calls a meeting of the Order. He nominates Blackwood to take command in place of Sir Thomas and Blackwood reveals himself to the group, explaining his intention to seize control of the British Empire and reconquer the United States. Standish attempts to shoot Blackwood but bursts into flames when he pulls the trigger of his gun, falling out a window to his death. Lord Coward issues an arrest warrant for Holmes, causing him to go into hiding. Holmes studies the rituals of the Order and recognizes their symbols in Blackwood s staging of the murders; from this, he deduces that the targets of the final murder are every elected member of Parliament. With the aid of Lestrade, Holmes fakes his arrest and is taken to see Coward, where he uses evidence on Coward s clothes to deduce Blackwood has conducted a ceremony in the sewers beneath the Palace of Westminster.

Holmes escapes and he, Watson, and Adler find Blackwood s men in the sewers guarding a device based on Reordan s experiments, designed to release cyanide gas into the Parliament chambers and kill all but Blackwood s supporters, to whom he has secretly given an antidote. Blackwood comes before Parliament and announces their impending deaths, then attempts to activate the cyanide device by remote control; Adler is able to deactivate it with a controlled explosion. Blackwood flees Parliament and sees Holmes chasing Adler, who has taken canisters of cyanide from the device, through the sewers, and pursues both to the top of the incomplete Tower Bridge. Blackwood subdues Adler and fights Holmes, as the latter deduces how all of Blackwood s supposed supernatural feats were the work of science and trickery. Blackwood plummets off the bridge and falls entangled in a noose of chains, the chain wrapping around his neck hanging him for good.

Adler explains to Holmes that her employer is Professor Moriarty, and she warns that Moriarty is not to be underestimated. As Watson moves out of 221B, the police report to him and Holmes that a dead officer was found near Blackwood s device. Moriarty used the confrontations with Adler and Blackwood as a diversion while he took a key component, based on the infant science of radio, from the machine. Holmes looks forward to the new case and his new adversary.


  • Robert Downey Jr. as Sherlock Holmes, a bohemian scientist and eccentric detective-for-hire who becomes a wanted fugitive in his hunt for Lord Blackwood while constantly being followed by the presence of Professor Moriarty. Downey was visiting Joel Silver s offices with his wife, producer Susan Downey, when he learned about the project. Ritchie initially felt Downey was too old for the role because he wanted the film to show a younger Holmes on a learning curve like Batman Begins. Ritchie decided to take a chance on casting him in the role, and Downey told the BBC that I think me and Guy are well-suited to working together. The more I look into the books, the more fantastic it becomes. Holmes is such a weirdo . Downey also revealed what his wife had to say: that when you read the description of the guy — quirky and kind of nuts — it could be a description of me . Downey intended to focus more on Holmes patriotic side and his bohemianism, and felt that his work on Chaplin had prepared him for an English accent. Ritchie feels his accent is flawless . Both Downey and Ritchie are martial arts enthusiasts, and have been inspired by the Baritsu mentioned in the 1901 story The Adventure of the Empty House. Downey lost weight for the part, because during a chat he had with Chris Martin, Martin recommended that Holmes look gaunt and skinny .
  • Jude Law as Dr. John Watson, Holmes companion and close friend who is also a surgeon and a veteran of the Second Afghan War. Law s Watson is more like the original character, who was more of a colleague, rather than the bumbling fool that actor Nigel Bruce popularised in the 1930s–40s films. Law previously appeared in the Granada Television series The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, in an episode based on The Adventure of Shoscombe Old Place. Being a Holmes fan, Law recognised there was material unexplored in other adaptations and was intrigued by Downey s casting; Law was cast because he had a positive meeting with Downey and concurred the film would have to explore Holmes and Watson s friendship. Downey believed by emphasizing Watson s qualities as a former soldier, a doctor, a womanizer and a gambler, it would make for a more interesting foil for Holmes. Law made a notebook of phrases from the stories to improvise into his dialogue. Ritchie originally envisioned Russell Crowe in the role.
  • Mark Strong as Lord Henry Blackwood, an aristocratic serial killer dabbling in the occult to compel others to do his bidding. Having returned after his execution, Blackwood concocts a plan to gain control of Britain. He is given many supernatural elements to his character, and his presence is usually accompanied by a menacing crow. Strong worked with director Ritchie for the third time and said he appreciates the director s lack of ego and how easy he is to work with.
  • Rachel McAdams as Irene Adler, an American femme fatale from New Jersey who outwitted Holmes twice, as chronicled in Doyle s story A Scandal in Bohemia. In the film, Adler is no longer married to Godfrey Norton and needs Holmes help for the case. Downey convinced Ritchie to cast McAdams, arguing she would not look too young to be his love interest. In this aspect the film considerably departs from Doyle s original, where Holmes never met Adler again after the one occasion where she outwitted (and greatly impressed) him; the film conversely implies that the two of them met many times later and had an intermittent, hotly consummated love affair.
  • Kelly Reilly as Mary Morstan, a governess whom Watson wishes to marry, causing a conflict with Holmes.
  • Eddie Marsan as Inspector Lestrade, an investigator from Scotland Yard who hires Holmes to look into the murders. Unlike in many previous adaptations, Lestrade is not portrayed as a bumbling inspector, but is shown to be a rather competent officer (though he is relatively fed up with Holmes).
  • Hans Matheson as Lord Coward, the Home Secretary who is Blackwood s right-hand man and assisted Blackwood in all his murders and was one of the few of his allies aware of Blackwood s usage of technology to feign magical powers.
  • Geraldine James as Mrs. Hudson, Sherlock Holmes landlady. This is James second Holmes film. She had also portrayed Dr. Mortimer s wife in the 2002 adaptation of The Hound of the Baskervilles.
  • James Fox as Sir Thomas Rotheram, biological father of Lord Blackwood and Head of the Four Orders.
  • William Hope as American Ambassador John Standish.
  • Robert Maillet as Dredger, a 7-foot (2.14 meter), French-speaking henchman working for Blackwood.
  • William Houston as Constable Clark

Andrew Jack provided the voice of Professor Moriarty, although director Guy Ritchie initially declined to identify him. Jared Harris, who played Moriarty in the sequel Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, re-dubbed Jack s lines for later home media releases and television broadcasts of the film.



A lot of the action that Conan Doyle refers to was actually made manifest in our film. Very often, Sherlock Holmes will say things like, If I hadn t been such an expert short stick person, I would have died in that or he would refer to a fight off screen. We re putting those fights on screen.

—Producer/co-writer Lionel Wigram

Producer Lionel Wigram remarked that for around ten years, he had been thinking of new ways to depict Sherlock Holmes. I realized the images I was seeing in my head were different to the images I d seen in previous films. He imagined a much more modern, more bohemian character, who dresses more like an artist or a poet , namely Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. After leaving his position as executive for Warner Bros. in 2006, Wigram sought a larger scope to the story so it could attract a large audience, and amalgamated various Holmes stories to flesh it out further. Some sequences in the movie were more than suggested by uncredited incidents found in a 1979 novel Enter the Lion: A Posthumous Memoir of Mycroft Holmes. Lord Blackwood s character was developed as a nod to Victorian interests in spiritualism and the later influence of Aleister Crowley. The producer felt he was almost clever pitting Holmes, who has an almost supernatural ability to solve crimes, against a supposedly supernatural villain. The plot point, moreover, nods to the Holmesian tale of The Hound of the Baskervilles, where a string of seemingly supernatural events is finally explained through intuitive reasoning and scientific savvy. Wigram wrote and John Watkiss drew a 25-page comic book about Holmes in place of a spec script. Professor Moriarty was included in the script to set up the sequels.

In March 2007, Warner Bros. chose to produce, seeing similarities in the concept with Batman Begins. Arthur Conan Doyle s estate had some involvement in sorting out legal issues, although the stories are in the public domain in the United States. Neil Marshall was set to direct, but Guy Ritchie signed on to direct in June 2008. When a child at boarding school, Ritchie and other pupils listened to the Holmes stories through dormitory loudspeakers. Holmes used to talk me to sleep every night when I was seven years old, he said. Therefore, his image of Holmes differed from the films. He wanted to make his film more authentic to Doyle, explaining, There s quite a lot of intense action sequences in the stories, sometimes that hasn t been reflected in the movies. Holmes brilliance will percolate into the action , and the film will show that his intellect was as much of a curse as it was a blessing . Ritchie sought to make Sherlock Holmes a very contemporary film as far as the tone and texture , because it has been a relatively long time since there s been a film version that people embraced .


Filming began in October 2008. The crew shot at Freemasons Hall and St Paul s Cathedral.

Filming was conducted in Manchester s Northern Quarter. Manchester Town Hall was extensively used for numerous scenes with some minor CGI modifications. The interior courtyard was used for a fight scene, the Great Hall doubled as the House of Lords and numerous areas such as the landing were used as a backdrop.

They shot the opening scene for three days at St Bartholomew-the-Great church in London, and shot on the river Thames at Wapping for a scene involving a steamboat on 7 November. Filming continued at Stanley Dock and Clarence Dock in Liverpool and The Historic Dockyard, Chatham. Street scenes were filmed in cobbled alleyways in Chatham and Manchester. Brompton Cemetery in London was used for a key scene, and the palatial 19th-century interior of the Reform Club stood in for the Café Royal. Scenes from the interior of 221B Baker Street were shot on a sound stage at Leavesden Studios.

In late November 2008, actor Robert Maillet, who played Dredger, was filming a fight scene at Chatham Dockyard in Kent, and accidentally punched Robert Downey Jr. in the face, causing Downey to be bloodied and knocked down, but not knocked unconscious as originally reported.

When filming at St John s Street in December, the schedule had to be shortened from 13 to nine days because locals complained about how they would always have to park cars elsewhere during the shoot. In January 2009, filming moved to Brooklyn.

Ritchie wanted his Holmes costume to play against the popular image of the character, joking there is only one person in history who ever wore a deerstalker . Downey selected the character s hat, a beat-up fedora. The director kept to the tradition of making Holmes and Watson s apartment quite messy, and had it decorated with artifacts and scientific objects from the continents they would have visited.


The soundtrack for the film was composed by Hans Zimmer. It was released on 12 January 2010. Zimmer purchased an out-of-tune piano for 200 dollars and used it throughout the scoring process because of its quirkiness .


The film had its world premiere on 14 December 2009, in London and was subsequently released worldwide on 25 December 2009 (26 December, Boxing Day in the UK and Ireland), after being pushed from a November release date. An advance charity screening was held in select locations in Belgium on 10 December 2009.

Home media

Sherlock Holmes was released on DVD and Blu-ray/DVD/digital on 30 March 2010 in the United States. The film has since grossed $44,908,336 in DVD sales.


Box office

The film opened to an estimated $62.4 million in its first weekend in America alone, placing in second at the US box office to Avatar, which grossed $75.6 million. The film earned a strong per-theater average of $18,031 from its 3,626 theaters. Its one-day Christmas sales broke records. Sherlock Holmes grossed $209 million in North America and $524 million worldwide making it Guy Ritchie s biggest box-office success yet, and the 8th highest grossing film of 2009 worldwide, and domestically. On the domestic charts, it is the sixth highest-grossing film to never hit No. 1 in the weekend box office, behind Sing, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, that film s 2007 predecessor, and A Star Is Born.

Critical response

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 69% based on 248 reviews, with a rating average of 6.25/10. The site s critical consensus reads, Guy Ritchie s directorial style might not be quite the best fit for an update on the legendary detective, but Sherlock Holmes benefits from the elementary appeal of a strong performance by Robert Downey, Jr. On Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average to reviews, the film has a score of 57 out of 100, based on 34 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B on an A+ to F scale.

Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film three out of four stars and highlighted the film s strong characters, visuals and action-packed plot; the characters were also praised by Jake Tomlinson of Shave Magazine, who believed that Downey Jr. and Law were perfect together and that Strong was a convincing and creepy villain .

A. O. Scott of the New York Times noted that the director s approach to films was to make cool movies about cool guys with cool stuff and that Sherlock Holmes was essentially a series of poses and stunts which was intermittently diverting at best.

David Stratton of The Australian disliked the film s interpretation of the original Holmes stories and concluded, The makers of this film are mainly interested in action; that, they believe, is all that gets young audiences into cinemas today. They may be right, but they have ridden roughshod over one of literature s greatest creations in the process. Despite this, he praised the production design and score.


Award Category Recipient Result
Academy Awards Best Art Direction Sarah Greenwood and Katie Spencer Nominated
Best Original Score Hans Zimmer Nominated
Golden Globe Awards Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Robert Downey Jr. Won
Broadcast Film Critics Association Best Score Hans Zimmer Nominated
Empire Awards Best Thriller Won
Best Actor Robert Downey Jr. Nominated
Visual Effects Society Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects
in a Feature Motion Picture
Jonathan Fawkner, Chas Jarrett,
David Vickery, Dan Barrow
Outstanding Compositing in a
Feature Motion Picture
Kate Windibank, Jan Adamczyk,
Sam Osborne, Alex Cumming
Saturn Awards Best Action or Adventure Film Nominated
Best Director Guy Ritchie Nominated
Best Actor Robert Downey Jr. Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Jude Law Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Rachel McAdams Nominated
Best Music Hans Zimmer Nominated
Best Costume Jenny Beavan Nominated
Best Production Design Sarah Greenwood Nominated


The sequel, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, with Downey and Law returning, was released on 16 December 2011. A third film was scheduled for release in 2022, with Downey and Law again reprising their roles, Dexter Fletcher replacing Ritchie as director, and Chris Brancato writing the script. Two television series set in the universe of the films are in development for HBO Max. However, there hasn t been any update on it since then.

Year 2009
ReleaseDate 2009-12-25
RuntimeMins 128
RuntimeStr 2h 8min
Plot Detective Sherlock Holmes and his stalwart partner Watson engage in a battle of wits and brawn with a nemesis whose plot is a threat to all of England.
Awards Nominated for 2 Oscars, 10 wins & 31 nominations total
Directors Guy Ritchie
Writers Michael Robert Johnson, Anthony Peckham, Simon Kinberg
Stars Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law, Rachel McAdams
Produced by Bruce Berman,Steve Clark-Hall,Susan Downey,Peter Eskelsen,Dana Goldberg,Dan Lin,Lauren Meek,Joel Silver,Michael Tadross,Lionel Wigram
Music by Hans Zimmer
Cinematography by Philippe Rousselot
Film Editing by James Herbert
Casting By Reg Poerscout-Edgerton
Production Design by Sarah Greenwood
Art Direction by James Foster,Nick Gottschalk,Matthew Gray,Niall Moroney
Set Decoration by Katie Spencer
Costume Design by Jenny Beavan
Makeup Department Christine Blundell,Carol Ci Ci Campbell,Charmaine Fuller,Agnes Legere,Chloe Meddings,Paul Mooney,Patricia Regan,Matthew Smith,Lesa Warrener,Julia Wilson,Ricci-Lee Berry,Amy Byrne,Maria Cork,Nathaniel De Lineadeus,Andrea Finch,Patt Foad,Lucy Friend,Julius Goosen,Siobhan Harper Ryan,Suzanne Harper,Chris Lyons,Monica MacDonald,Siân Miller,Laura Morse,Jo Nielsen,Marc Pilcher,Nina Pratley,Nikita Rae,Clare Ramsey,Pascale Recher,Charlotte Rogers,Jesse Rose Rogers,Nicola Springall,Nadia Stacey,Charlotte Thompson,Victoria Yates
Production Management Jessica Alan,Damian Anderson,Marianne Jenkins,Mark Mostyn,Ray Quinlan,Michael Tadross,Emma Zee,Bill Draper,Elizabeth Miller Gavcus,Emma Pike
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Matthew Baker,Andrew Fiero,Clare Glass,Lee Grumett,Paul Jennings,Max Keene,Carley Lane,Andrew Mannion,Danny McGrath,X. Sydney Ng,Sid Sentry,Jo Tew,Adam T. Weisinger,Thomas Alibone,Paul Bennett,Tom Browne,Seth Elkins,Terry McShane,Sarah Jean Selway,Carly Taverner,Lucy Thomas
Art Department Joseph Alfieri,David Allcock,Henry Antonacchio,Michael Auszura,Toni Barton,Andrew Bennett,Susan Bode,Satarupa Bradley,Gabi Brown,Jason Jay Brown,Ken Burnett,Alison Cardy,Joe Cassar,David Caudle,Netty Chapman,Jamie Churchouse,Raymond Churchouse,Temple Clark,Chris Clarke,Liz Colbert,David Conway,Stephen Conway,Charlotte Crosbie,Sean Daly,Laura Dishington,Simon Duric,Glyn Evans,Peter Fentem,Kate Fenton,Claire Fleming,Julia Goldman,Sean Greenham,Robert Griffon Jr.,Bruce Lee Gross,Emma Hanson,Alison Harvey,Stuart Headley-Read,Bill Howe,Steve Hunter,Simon Hutchings,Chas Jellis,Christopher Kay,Joseph K. Kepple IV,Eva Kuntz,Charlotte Leatherland,Pete Lennox,Shay Leonard,Nili Lerner,Elizabeth Linn,Katie Lodge,Choi Ho Man,Gary Martin,John McDonnell,Eddie O Neill,Adrian Platt,Sui Rajakaruna,Tom Roberts,Matthew Robinson,Ian Rolfe,Bradley Schmidt,Richard Smith,Mike Stallion,Hayley Easton Street,Daniel Swingler,Leigh Thurbon,Chris Tooth,Sophie Tyler,Omar Vaid,Maira Vazeou,Lloyd Vincent,Stuart Watson,Steve Wilson,Dennis Wiseman,Lee Wiseman,Lotta Wolgers,Patricia Woodbridge,Helen Xenopoulos,Jun Xu,Jackie Yau,Alex Abelman,Michael Acevedo,James Anthony,Stephen Barth,Martin Brown,Mason Chesler,Dean Clegg,Isaac Cohen,Justin Corbett,Paul Couch,Richard Bryan Douglas,James Enright,Melissa Eybers,Laurent Ferrie,Pip Fox,Eric Friedewald,Gary Gleeson,Brent Godek,Glen A. Gregory,Glenn Gregory,Wayne Hammond,Rohan Harris,Steve Harris,Richard Hawkyard,Terry Heggarty,Gavin A. Holmes,Gay A. Howard,Alexander James,Ben Johnson,Brian Kontz,Jessica Kosky,Dan Kubicek,Andrew Laybats,Peter Lee,Kimberley Lieber,Elizabeth Loach,Gary Lock,Stephen McGregor,James McKeown,Catriona Meridew,Ramona Messina,Graham Mitchell,John Moolenschot,Steven Morris,Eddie Murphy,Ian Murray,Craig Narramore,Anthony O.H. Navarro,Josh O Neill,Eric Pastore,David Pearce,Sandra Phillips,Mickey Pugh,Scott Rogers,Elliot Scott,Adam Shepherdly,Stephen Siersema,Robert Spence,Edward P Tadiello,Sophie Tarver,Tobias James Tomkins,Chris Tooth,John Whitby,Carl Wilson,Simon Wilson,Mal Zawadzki,Rachel Ziegelmeier
Sound Department Mark Appleby,Dafydd Archard,Ron Bartlett,John Casali,Ed Colyer,Michael Fentum,Steve Finn,Nick Foley,Glen Gathard,Dominic Gibbs,Matt Gruber,Ishmael Harris,Alistair Hawkins,Doug Hemphill,Leigh Humberdross,Andy Kennedy,Steve Little,James Mather,Chris Munro,Paul Munro,Luke Neuman,Luke O Connell,Mark Paterson,Becki Ponting,Jamie Roden,Johnathan Rush,Andrew Schmetterling,Mark Taylor,Derek Trigg,Robert Weatherall,Christopher Alba,Antony Bayman,Peter Burgis,Robert Edwards,Eric Flickinger,Daniel Kresco,Beauxregard Neylen,Jordan O Neill,Becki Ponting,Andy Potvin,Brian Seagrave,Paul Tirone,Philip Young,Jerry Yuen
Special Effects by Ian Biggs,John Boundy,Jeff Brink,Paul Clark,Andy Colquhoun,James Davis III,Mickey Edwards,Les Foyster,Andy Fraser,Martin Geeson,Hugh Goodbody,Mark Haddenham,Karen Holt,Mark Holt,Darren Longstaff,Will Malkin,Glenn Marsh,Doug McCarthy,Paul McGuinness,Noah Meddings,Dickon Mitchell,Martin Neill,Patrick O Sullivan,Steve Paton,Neil Peters,Russell Pritchett,Dave Purser,Chris Reynolds,Neil Reynolds,Matt Ryan,Jon Savage,Charlie Simunik,Jan Staines,Jody Taylor,Colin Tilley,Mike Tilley,Mark Vanstone,Mark Weatherbe,Jamie Weguelin,James R. Bilz,Steve Mosley,Susie Redfern,Delroy Reid
Visual Effects by Jan Adamczyk,Ben Aickin,Dalia Al-Husseini,Myles Asseter,Keziah Bailey,Valdimar Baldvinsson,Jakob Baltzersen,Daniel Barrow,Petter Bergmark,Thomas Biller,Matthias Bjarnason,Turea Blyth,Alan Boucek,William Brand,Paul Brannan,Jamie Briens,Richard Briscoe,Jon R. Brown,Andrew Bull,Helen Bunker,Henry Bush,Andrew Butler,Tim Catchpole,Bimla Chall,Paul Chandler,Malavika Chandrakanth,Dan Churchill,Isabel Cody,Drew Collins,Zoe Cranley,Alex Cumming,Marcello Da Silva,Nick Dacey,Alistair Darby,Alexandra Daunt Watney,Max Decroix,Virginie Degorgue,Claudia Dehmel,Rob Delicata,Lee Dexter,Katherine Durant,Graeme Eglin,Dadi Einarsson,Selcuk Ergen,Daniel Evans,Ellie Faustino,Jonathan Fawkner,David Fernández Girón,Peter Forson,Richard Frazer,Pawl Fulker,John J. Galloway,Lára Garðarsdóttir,Julian Gnass,Tom Griffiths,Aevar Gudmundsson,Alex Guri,Jeremy Hardin,Chloe Harrison,Jeremy Hattingh,Adam Hawkes,Oliver Hearsey,Josie Henwood,Jeremy Hey,Bastian Hopfgarten,Jason Horley,Laurent Hugueniot,Chas Jarrett,Laura Jennings,Oliver Johnstone,Tim Keene,Christian Kesler,Anne Putnam Kolbe,Jakob Kousholt,Benjamin Krebs,Brian Krijgsman,Rick Leary,Skeel Lee,Eugene Lipkin,Patricia Llaguno,Chi Kwong Lo,Benjamin Loch,Justin Long,Damien Macé,Jay Mallet,Jan Maroske,Jason Mayo,Oliver McCluskey,Jason McDonald,Horacio Mendoza,Charlotte Merrill,Christophe Meslin,Thomas Middleton,Jaymie Miguel,Neil Miller,László Molnár,Danny Murphy,Bruce Nelson,Carlos-Christian Nickel,Digna Nigoumi,Mike J. Nixon,Peter Olliff,Sam Osborne,Alexandra Papavramides,Daniel Pastore,Craig Penn,Richard Perry,Andrew Pinson,Marine Poirson,Mike Pope,Sonny Pye,Paul Raeburn,Marc Rice,Johannes Richter,Andreas Rohr,Sean Samuels,Sebastian H. Schmidt,Marko Schöbel,Shaun Scott,Andy Scrase,Rob Shears,David Simpson,Anthony Smith,Laurence Smith,Jean-David Solon,Jim Steel,Elwaleed Suliman,Sandy Sutherland,Noah Taylor,Michael Adam Thompson,Sveinbjörn J. Tryggvason,Sarah Tulloch,Niki Turpin,Erik Tvedt,Chris Ung,Sean Varney,David Vickery,Nathan Walster,Sharon Warmington,Tom Whittington,Clare Williams,Kate Windibank,Malcolm Woolridge,Day Yargici,Anastasios Agiakatsikas,Antony Allen,Christopher Anciaume,Szvák Antal,Matthew Baker,Manjusha Balachandran-Hall,Dave Bannister,Angela Barson,Jo Ann Cordero Belen,Zoltán Benyó,Howard Berry,Ilona Blyth,James Braid,Robin T. Brown,Stuart Bullen,Will Burdett,Thomas J. Burton,Huseyin Caner,Helen Carr,Ronan Carr,Jacob Clark,Rebecca Clay,Sean Coonce,Amy Davis,Luan Davis,Ian Dawson,Graham Day,Richard Edwards,Kate Ellis,Tamás Fiedler,Zoltán Fiedler,Dániel Forgács,Nikhil Ghoorbin,Ivan Girard,Kyle Goodsell,Azzard Gordon,Charlotte Gray,Elizabeth Gray,Mai Gray,Paul Greenwood,Varun Hadkar,Pete Hanson,Michael Harrison,Chris Hart,Guy Hauldren,Karsten Hecker,Aeon Henderson,Winnie Ho,Pete Howlett,Steve Kimbrey,László Kondor,Julien Lasbleiz,Mark Laszlo,Andrew Lawson,Duncan Lees,Taz Lodder,Keir Longden,Kim Lim Loo,Charlie Lovett,Ian Mathews,Dolores McGinley,Dan McRae,Paul McWilliams,Gurel Mehmet,Károly Mesterházy,Mitch Mitchell,Thomas Montminy Brodeur,Steven Moor,Rafael Morant,Per Mørk-Jensen,James P. Noon,Robert Nzengou-Tayo,Noel O Malley,Péter Obornik,Conrad Olson,Jonathan Opgenhaffen,Zai Ortiz,Ami Patel,Jay Patel,Stuart Penn,Ana Sofia Mestre de Almeida Pereira,Caroline Pires,Andrea Pirisi,James Porter,Kate Porter,Gabor Pulai,Simon Pynn,Sagar Rathod,Brett Reyenger,Dave Robinson,Rhys Salcombe,Markus Schneider,Aatesh Shah,Prateep Siamwalla,Henrik Soder,Marcin Stangel,David Swift,Mary Swinnerton,András Szõcs,Mark Taylor,Stephen Tew,Oleg Troy,Xique Tymn,Nick van Diem,Chris Ventress,Dan Victoire,Pragti Wadhwa,Maggie Walby,Tim Warnock,Simon Wilkinson,Patrick Woo,Xye,Péter Závorszky
Stunts Nina Armstrong,Andy Butcher,Michael Byrch,Sebastiano Cartier,Ben Cooke,Rob Cooper,David Cronnelly,Matt Da Silva,Ben Dimmock,Richard Dwyer,James Embree,Rick English,Frank Ferrara,Glenn Foster,James Grogan,Richard Hansen,Frank Henson,Mark Henson,Rob Inch,Paul Kennington,Stephanie Lelievre,Guy List,Nick McKinless,Sian Milne,Ray Nicholas,Brian Nickels,James O Donnell,Eric Oram,Ian Pead,Bean Peel,Martin Pemberton,Heather Phillips,Andy Pilgrim,Chris Pollard,Dominic Preece,Jodi Michelle Pynn,Charles Ramsay,Richard Ryan,Gordon Seed,Marcus Shakesheff,Diz Sharpe,C.C. Smiff,Helen Steinway Bailey,John Street,Ryan Stuart,Vincent Wang,Reg Wayment,Peter White,Leonard Woodcock,Michael Yahn,Robert Alonzo,James M. Churchman,Ben Cooke,Rob Cooper,Sam Creed,Matt Da Silva,Glenn Foster,Robert G. Goodwin,Paul Leonard,Peter Miles,Brian Smyj,Stuart St. Paul,Alexander Temmink,Ben Wright
Camera and Electrical Department Michael Arisohn,Alex Bailey,Dave Brennan,Jason Brignola,Kevin Brookner,Julian Bucknall,Keith Bunting,Chris Cavanagh,Alan Coates,Jason Dully,Jack English,Chuck Finch,Stephen Finch,Tommy Finch,John Flemming,Brian Greenway,Fred Harris,Lewis Hume,Nils Johnson,Dylan Jones,Kevin Kasarda,Paul Legall,Gus Magalios,Bobby Mancuso,Keith Manning,Lance Mayer,Vince McGahon,Kevin McKenna,Billy Merrell,Richard Merrell,Philip Murphy,Neal Norton,George Patsos,Collin Quinlan,Greg Quinlan,Nick Ray,Kenny Richards,Derek Russell,Louis Sabat,Luke Selway,David Sinfield,Paul Snell,Alan Stewart,Iain Struthers,Olly Tellett,Scott Tinsley,Colin Townsend,Dan West,Barry Wetcher,Des Whelan,Steve Wood,Dave Armstrong,Si Bell,Jason Berman,Eric Boncher,Stuart Bridges,Thomas Calandrillo,John Coots,Martyn Culpan,Adam Dale,Tim Dean,Richard Bryan Douglas,Andy Edridge,Martin Elvin,Christopher Heikel,Alex Howe,Alex Kruszelnicki,Dan Kubicek,Tobias Marshall,Campbell McIntosh,Paul C. McKenna,Keith McNicholas,Iris Ng,Kelly Paul,Claire Pie,Stephen Price,Ian Sinfield,Basil Smith,Rob Southam,Mario Spanna,Ian Speed,Simon Surtees,Carsten Thoms,Neil Tomlin,Tom Wilkinson,Glyn Williams,Ben Wilson,Marc Wolff,Ernest Yurich
Animation Department Joey Park
Casting Department Emma Callinan,Meredith Jacobson Marciano,Abigail Barbier,Chuck Douglas,Louis Elman
Costume and Wardrobe Department Arlynn Abseck,Valentina Aulisi,Alison Beard,Anthony Brookman,Rob Brown,Helen Ingham,Joe Kowalewski,Charlotte Law,Martin Mandeville,Melissa Meister,David Otzen,Clare Spragge,Pete White,Vanessa Woolgar,Sue Bradbear,Alex Carey,Berel-Anne Evans,Elizabeth Everall,Ian Foweraker,Jenny Hawkins,Vivienne Jones,Jane Law,Brian Lawler,Jenna McGranaghan,Stephen Miles,Sophie Norinder,Steve O Sullivan,Lora E. Revitt,Sunita Singh,Susan Smith,Anabel Temple,Sally Turner,Nat Van Halle
Editorial Department Siobhan Boyes,Matthew Bristowe,Alex Fenn,Philip Hedgecock,Adam Inglis,Todd Kleparski,Angus Munro,Siôn Penny,Dominic Thomson,Matt Adams,Victoria Anderson,Dash Boam,Simon Brasse,Leigh Brooks,Harry Connolly,Sam Daley,Gabriel J. Diaz,Dan Dolan,Simona Harrison,Charles Herzfeld,Clare McKee,Daniel Paress,Harold Parker,Richie Roefaro,Rachael Watmough,Lee Wimer
Location Management Peter Bardsley,Martin Breen,David Campbell-Bell,Bruno Cassoni,Mally Chung,Tom Crooke,Giles Edleston,Ali James,Pablo Daniel Magee,Chris Moore,Nick Oliver,Adam Richards,Charlie Simpson,Jane Soans,Mark Somner,Oliver Vine,Rob Campbell-Bell,Faye Newton,Chris Patterson,Charlie Somers
Music Department Bob Badami,Lorne Balfe,Richard Bissill,Dudley Bright,Tom Broderick,Nicholas Bucknall,Ann Marie Calhoun,Rupert Coulson,Alejandro de la Llosa,Geoff Foster,Bruce Fowler,Gavin Greenaway,Tina Guo,The I. Griffiths Ensemble,Aleksey Igudesman,Davey Johnstone,Andrew Kawczynski,Steven Kofsky,Peter Lale,Roger Linley,Steve Mair,Eliza Marshall,Perry Montague-Mason,Maurice Murphy,Tom Pigott Smith,Anthony Pleeth,Mary Scully,Richard Skinner,Owen Slade,Peter Oso Snell,Noah Sorota,Dave Stewart,Diego Stocco,David Theodore,Richard Watkins,Mark Wherry,Andrew Zack,Warren Zielinski,Hans Zimmer,Atli Örvarsson,Ryeland Allison,Mark Berrow,Rachel Bolt,Nick Delaplane,Sam Estes,Nima Fakhrara,Dave Foster,Walt Fowler,Dominic Gibbs,Rick Giovinazzo,Kevin Kaska,Daniel Kresco,Michael A. Levine,Katia Lewin Jablonsky,Alan Meyerson,Satnam Ramgotra,Jacob Shea,Allen Walley,Bruce White,Jonathan Williams
Script and Continuity Department Polly Hope,Liz Elizabeth West
Transportation Department Jim Atkins,Peter Clores,Steven R. Hammond,Andrew Thurlbourne,Gerry Turner,Paul Allen,David Conelli,Mark Crowley,David Gwyther,Jerry Hamshar,Jeff Hudson,Tony Power,Ken Price,Colin Simmons,Piotr Walczak,Terry Wilde,Barrie Williams
Additional Crew Sahin Abdul,Christina Acevedo,Jason Acevedo,Sabbir Ahmed,Peter Anders,Aaron Auch,Jules Baker-Smith,Philip Ball,Frank Barranca,Joanne Batten,Rosie Bedford-Stradling,David Bell,Kate Bone,Dougal Cadiou,Karl Caffrey,Ian Cappello,Kelly Kiyoon Chang,Peter Coritsidis,Tom Cox,Paul Crimmings,Tony Cypres,Tony Davis,Marie-Cecile de Faucigny,Asa Donat,William Duncklee,Helen Christine Dwyer,Jake Edmonds,Judith Edwards,Larry Eydmann,Theo Garatziotis,Ali Glasser,Mia Gray,Nicky Gregory,Richard Hagerty,Loren Herbert,Moira Houlihan,Amy Irvine,Patrick Isherwood,Andrew Jack,Paula Jack,Dave Jackson,Nick Jeffries,Carrie Johnson,Lisa-Kim Ling Kuan,Julie Kuehndorf,Lara Khajetoorians Larkin,Cristina Lois,Sophia Lucchesi,Nadiya Luthra,Christine Mammolito,Francesca M. Mannix,Peter Marschark,Alana McGowan,Fiona May McLaren,Alastair McNeil,Anna I. Medakovich,Gavin Millingan,Andrew Moorehead,Kyle O Brien,Kory O Donnell,Eric Oram,Claire Page,James Payton,Jeffrey Phelps,Meghan Quinlan,Ryan Quinlan,Rebecca Rae,Hallam Rice-Edwards,Jimmy Rich,Buck P.B.D. Rodgers,Lara Roth,Angelika Schierz,Sarah Jean Selway,Sid Sentry,Claire Severance,Sam Smith,Jesse Solomon,Sonic,Joss Spry,Vaughn Stein,Ryan Sweeney,Katherine Tibbetts,Martin Travis,Michael Vastano,Yves Wilson,Seanne Winslow,Charbel Youssef,Rick Ambros,Joanne Batten,Ajay Bhatt,David Bispham,Clare Brody,Kriss TheDish Brown,Unjoo Lee Byars,Chris Cavanagh,Mel Churcher,Simon Clowes,Kyle Cooper,Kenneth Daniels,Lisa Davidson,Robin Demetriou,Kristyn DiPane,Jessica Dunlop,Elton Farla,Chris Foggin,Lucia Foster Found,John Frade,Ingo Gardner,Stephen Gilchrist,Becky Goldenthal,Henry Hobson,Ben Hope,Amy Irvine,Ben Jackson,Mikael Jaeger Jensen,Steve Keane,Ryan Locke,Sharon Lomasney,Ollie Madden,Keiran Mahon,Garry Marriott,Claire Mear,Damian Mitchell,Adrienne Oliver,Patricia Porter,Myles Robey,Ben Rothwell,Gemma Rourke,Harry L. Seddon,Johnny Silmon,David Sousa,Michael Stapleton,Jo Stedall,Andy Stephens,Kevin Trehy,Ben Vokes,James Weston,Richard Wild,Marc Wolff,Jhonny Zurita
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Genres Action, Adventure, Mystery
Companies Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Pictures, Silver Pictures
Countries USA, Germany, UK, Australia
Languages English, French
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 7.6
ImDbRatingVotes 629682
MetacriticRating 57
Keywords sherlock holmes character,scotland yard inspector,baker street london,belt,serial killer