|A Study in Terror
Original Theatrical Poster
Sir Nigel Films
A Study in Terror is a British 1965 detective movie directed by James Hill and starring John Neville as Sherlock Holmes and Donald Houston as Dr. Watson. The story uses Arthur Conan Doyle's characters and depicts Sherlock Holmes in a hunt for Jack the Ripper.
The following weapons were used in the film A Study in Terror:
Enfield Mk II
Sherlock Holmes (John Neville) shoots an Enfield Mk II revolver at Watson's Indian vase when being in thoughts.
Enfield Mk.II - .476 Enfield
Holmes' revolver is seen through the smoke.
Sherlock Holmes holds the revolver when his brother Mycroft (Robert Morley) is on a visit.
Another view of the revolver in Holmes' hands.
When Holmes caughts Lord Carfax (John Fraser) red-handed, he is armed with a snub nose revolver, most likely a Webley Bulldog (or maybe a compact Webley RIC).
Webley British Bulldog - .45 caliber - 1870s
Holmes draws his revolver on Lord Carfax.
The revolver is seen when the detective and the murderer are in grapple.