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The Hound of the Baskervilles (1982)

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The Hound of the Baskervilles
The Hound of the Baskervilles 1982 DVD.jpg
DVD Cover
Country UKD.jpg UK
Directed by Peter Duguid
Release Date 1982
Studio BBC
Distributor BBC
Main Cast
Character Actor
Sherlock Holmes Tom Baker
Dr. John Watson Terence Rigby
Sir Henry Baskerville Nicholas Woodeson
Jack Stapleton Christopher Ravenscroft
Dr. Mortimer Will Knightley
Beryl Stapleton Kay Adshead
Inspector Lestrade Hubert Rees
Barrymore Morris Perry

The Hound of the Baskervilles is a British 1982 mini-series, based on the famous novel by Arthur Conan Doyle. It is directed by Peter Duguid and stars Tom Baker as Sherlock Holmes and Terence Rigby as Dr. Watson.

The following weapons were used in the film The Hound of the Baskervilles:

Webley RIC

Sherlock Holmes (Tom Baker) uses a Webley RIC revolver when he fires at the Hound of Baskervilles.

Webley RIC No. 1 First Pattern - .442 Webley
Holmes holds a revolver.
He fires.
Another view of Holmes' revolver.

Webley "WG" Army Model

Dr. Watson (Terence Rigby) carries a Webley "WG" Army Model revolver.

Webley "WG" Army Model - .455 Webley
Watson's Webley "WG" in his suitcase.
Watson holds his revolver in the night scene in Baskerville Hall.
Watson holds his revolver in the night scene on the moors when he sees a mysterious man.
Watson holds his revolver when he goes after the mysterious man.
Watson in ambush.
Watson's revolver is seen at the background in the scene when Holmes, Watson and Lestrade save Sir Henry from the Hound of Baskervilles.
Sherlock Holmes (Tom Baker) holds a Webley "WG" revolver on a promotional image. He doesn't use this gun in the movie.

Various revolvers

Two revolvers are seen on the wall in Holmes' room. They look British-style but the exact models hardly can be identified.
Smaller revolver can be seen better.
Inspector Lestrade's (Hubert Rees) revolver is barely seen in the night scene.
One of the revolvers on the wall is seen again in the final scene.

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