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Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon (1943) was a Adventure - Crime Film directed by Roy William Neill and produced by Howard Benedict.

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Professor Moriarty: Brilliant man, Sherlock Holmes, too bad he was honest.


Dr. Franz Tobel: You would take the Nazis' own car?
Sherlock Holmes: One must adapt oneself to the tools at hand.


Dr. John H. Watson: Things are looking up, Holmes. This little Island's still on the map.
Sherlock Holmes: Yes. "This fortress - built by nature for herself; This blessed plot, this Earth, this Rome, this England."


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The set used for Professor Moriarty's hide out was used as a pub/bar in Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror.
The lines that Holmes quotes at the end of the film are a condensed version of William Shakespeare's lines from Richard II. Richard II, 2.1, 40-51
This was the first of Universal's Sherlock Holmes series in which 'Dennis Hoey' appeared as Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard.
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