Sherlock Holmes (1916)

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Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes 1916 Poster.jpg
Original Theatrical Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Arthur Berthelet
Release Date 1916
Language Silent
Studio Essanay Studios
Main Cast
Character Actor
Sherlock Holmes William Gillette
Dr. Watson Edward Fielding
Prof. Moriarty Ernest Maupain
Alice Faulkner Marjorie Kay
James Larrabee Mario Majeroni
Madge Larrabee Grace Reals
Benjamin Forman Stewart Robbins
Sir Edward Leighton Hugh Thompson


Sherlock Holmes is an American 1916 B&W silent movie directed by Arthur Berthelet and starring William Gillette as Sherlock Holmes and Edward Fielding as Dr. Watson. The movie is adapted from the 1899 stage play, which is in turn based on Arthur Conan Doyle stories "A Scandal in Bohemia", "The Final Problem", and "A Study in Scarlet".


The following weapons were used in the film Sherlock Holmes:

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In various scenes Sherlock Holmes (William Gillette), Dr. Watson (Edward Fielding), Prof. Moriarty (Ernest Maupain), and James Larrabee (Mario Majeroni) use top-break revolvers. At least two props are seen. Iver Johnson Safety Automatic fits screen guns well enough.

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Larrabee threatens Holmes and Alice Faulkner.
Moriarty with a revolver.
Holmes hands a revolver to Watson...
...and takes another one from the desk drawer.
Holmes holds a revolver when he waits for the visit of Moriarty.
Holmes aims his revolver at Moriarty when the latter puts his hand into inside pocket.
Young bellboy Billi (Burford Hampden) disarms Moriarty.
Another view of Moriarty's revolver in Billy's hand.
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Holmes secretly unloads his revolver and then puts it on the table, luring Moriarty into using the gun.
A promotional image shows Moriarty grabbing Holmes' revolver - and finding out that it's unloaded.


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