Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century, The Complete Series

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  • 1999
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"Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century: The Complete Series" (1999) is an animated science fiction series based on the short stories about the great detective. The setting is indeed the 22nd century and this futuristic world is plagued by a resurrected Professor Moriarty. To stop him, scientists bring Holmes back from the dead and give him the body of a young man. They also give him an assistant: an android programmed to have the personality of his old friend, Dr. Watson. Inspector Beth LeStrade works with the duo and acts as their native guide.

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A Case Of Identity
26. A Case Of Identity
July 21, 2001
"A CASE OF IDENTITY" (ROBERT ASKIN) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE Lestrade's hot pursuit of a suspect is foiled by another police craft appearing out of nowhere. It turns out that the clumsy fellow cop who got in her way is none other than Constable Abner Angel, the new partner Greyson has apparently assigned to her to keep her in line and by the books. Lestrade is furious and resents her partner tagging along after her on her investigations. But Holmes' interest is piqued when Abner pops up at all the crime scenes a little too on top of things. Armed with some keen observations by the Baker Street Irregulars, Holmes determines that Abner is not who he says he is and sets a trap right in the heart of New Scotland Yard to nab the so-called "partner"! Educational Message: Preconceptions, emotions, and biases can keep you from thinking logically. Verify your facts before forming an opinion or acting.
The Adventure Of The Mazarin Chip
25. The Adventure Of The Mazarin Chip
June 30, 2001
"THE ADVENTURE OF THE MAZARIN CHIP" (GILDART JACKSON) INSPIRED BY "THE ADVENTURE OF THE MAZARIN STONE" BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE At the insistence of a memo from Lestrade, the Prime Minister contacts Sherlock Holmes when the top secret virtual reality chip, called the "Mazarin Chip", is stolen. But the memo is a forgery: a trap to get the Prime Minister and Holmes to Baker Street where Moriarty then descends upon them, trapping Holmes in a virtual prison and kidnapping the Prime Minister. Holmes must escape his virtual prison and discover "where" Moriarty really is before he is able to create 10 Downing Street with the Mazarin Chip and access all the Prime Minister's power. Holmes is able to free himself then the Prime Minister, but must use Moriarty's own methods against him to retrieve the chip. Holmes saves the day... but Moriarty gets away. Educational Message: Appearances can mislead. Look closely, and remember, the more eyes brought to bear, the more likely important information will be noticed.
The Adventure Of The Beryl Board
24. The Adventure Of The Beryl Board
June 23, 2001
"THE ADVENTURE OF THE BERYL BOARD" (ELEANOR BURIAN-MOHR & TERENCE TAYLOR) INSPIRED BY "THE ADVENTURE OF THE BERYL CORONET" BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE Alexander Holder catches his own son Arthur stealing the top secret computer chip that the famous Payne computer dynasty family had entrusted him to safeguard. Why would Holder's son betray him? Did Holder's son betray him? In order to save the situation, Holmes must sift through the motives, secrets and misunderstandings of two families: not only those of Arthur, but those of the 10-year-old genius son, Helfand Payne III, and his father, Helfand Payne II, and Arthur's sister Mary and her cad of a boyfriend. Sherlock recovers the stolen chip and sorts everything out. All is made right and both families realize they have a lot more communicating to do! Educational Message: Disagreement and discussion is vital; the more that dissimilar views, skills, and perspectives are brought together, the more likely a problem is to be solved.
The Adventure Of The Creeping Man
23. The Adventure Of The Creeping Man
May 26, 2001
"THE ADVENTURE OF THE CREEPING MAN" (KEN PONTAC) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE Spending a weekend in the country to attend the wedding of kindly old Professor Presbury might have been relaxing for Lestrade... if it weren't for the strange goings on and screams in the night! On the eve of the nuptials, the bride is awakened by a monstrous gorilla with a face like that of the Professor's, and suspicious hairs are found outside her window. Is the Professor's daughter trying to frighten the bride into confessing she's after the Professor's money? Is the Professor going mad? Or, does the Professor's assistant have his own hidden agenda? Holmes helps Beth and Watson investigate and finds rare stolen monkeys in a secret cellar - just before being attacked by the man-beast! Though Watson decides immediately that the Professor has been injecting himself with the monkey DNA, Holmes will not leap to conclusions. All is revealed at the wedding where, as expected, true love conquers all... and the culprit is carted off to jail! Educational Message: Be careful of preconceptions and biases; they can influence what facts you even consider, and can distort those you do think about.
The Adventure Of The Six Napoleons
22. The Adventure Of The Six Napoleons
May 19, 2001
"THE ADVENTURE OF THE SIX NAPOLEONS" (MARTHA MORAN) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE At the Pomiero Touring Club, there's been an attempted theft of a Napoleon Excelsior. Though the craft wasn't stolen, it was vandalized: the expensive gems that adorn the side were pried off, but not taken. Why not? Holmes investigates to find out that the late inventor, Phillipe Napoleon, had manufactured the vehicles to further his quest to discover an unlimited power source, but was driven to an early grave by the pressures of his business and the terrible arguments with his partner. Holmes deduces that one of the gems on one of crafts must be the priceless power source - that Phillipe had succeeded! Holmes tracks down the remaining Napoleon vehicles to trap the would-be culprit. Educational Message: Don't jump to conclusions; don't settle for the first explanation that fits. Use your eyes; use your brains.
The 'Gloria Scott'
21. The 'Gloria Scott'
May 12, 2001
"THE 'GLORIA SCOTT' " (WOODY CREEK) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE Holmes' old friend, Victor Trevor, arrives at Baker Street with an urgent - but nonsensical -note his father left him before vanishing. Holmes quickly deduces that the note is in code and deciphers it to read "Gloria Scott". But who is she and what is her role in the affair? While Lestrade and Watson look into a recent prison break, Holmes investigates and finds that their cases are connected, involving a convict breakout on a prison shuttle that occurred 25 years before in which Victor's father - a wrongly accused criminal - was forced to take part. Now, the mastermind behind that disastrous plot has broken out of prison, again, and is blackmailing Victor's father. It is up to Holmes to stop this man and put him back behind bars. Educational Message: Look at the facts, posit a theory, then look for further evidence to test the theory. Also, it's always better to tell the truth than to try to avoid consequences by means of a lie.
The Adventure Of The Engineer's Thumb
20. The Adventure Of The Engineer's Thumb
April 28, 2001
"THE ADVENTURE OF THE ENGINEER'S THUMB" (KEN PONTAC) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE Victor Fatherly is a bio-engineer whose work on a new blood regenerator could revolutionize organ transplant work - if his competitor Michael Wooten doesn't beat him to it. Now, someone has stolen both men's inventions. But how? The safe housing Victor's invention is protected by a biometric security system; only Victor's thumbprint and DNA signature can open it. Similarly, Michael's system uses his eye's unique retinal scan as the key. Holmes investigates and discovers that someone has lured Victor's girlfriend to betray both men, obtaining DNA from them so that the perpetrator could gruesomely engineer a cloned thumb and eye to break in! With the blood regenerator, the mastermind can now make a monstrous number of cloned organs. Holmes and his cohorts must find and put the Frankenstein-like warehouse out of business and foil the plot. Educational Message: Breaking a large problem into smaller, more manageable components often helps; solve each in turn.
The Adventure Of The Second Stain
19. The Adventure Of The Second Stain
April 21, 2001
"THE ADVENTURE OF THE SECOND STAIN" (REED Shelly & BRUCE Shelly) -- INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE Global Intelligence goes to Level Five Global Alert when Mark Trenton discovers that the top secret holodisk containing the master security code is missing! The code is so secret that New Scotland Yard cannot be told of the theft. Sherlock Holmes is put on the case and, by noticing the most minute details, soon recovers the disk - then sets a trap to catch the thief. But the case doesn't end with the capture of the thief, because the thief herself was tricked into the act. Holmes and Watson must use the disk as a decoy catch the real thief... before he can bring the disk to his boss - Moriarty. Educational Message: Small inconsistencies can have large consequences. Look closely at what does not fit.
The Secret Safe
18. The Secret Safe
March 31, 2001
"THE SECRET SAFE" (REED SHELLY & BRUCE SHELLY) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE After a break in at 10 Downing Street, it appears that the thief was only able to steal one of the African dolls from the Prime Minister's collection, and was not able to find the secret safe where Lord Devlin had hidden the top secret security plans. While Lestrade helps Greyson - who must interrupt his meeting with the famous recluse millionaire Lord Bork - to retrieve the precious doll, Holmes and Watson conduct their own investigation. After all, Holmes believes that the safe was found, that the doll is just a decoy, and that Devlin himself is somehow involved. Holmes sets a trap to catch Devlin, discovering that Moriarty has been masquerading as Lord Bork! Though Moriarty gets away, the plans are recovered before and the doll is returned safely. Educational Message: Jumping to conclusions is hazardous; thoroughly examine every angle of a problem before making a decision.
The Man With The Twisted Lip
17. The Man With The Twisted Lip
February 21, 2000
"THE MAN WITH THE TWISTED LIP" (GREG JOHNSON) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE Lois St. Clair asks Holmes to investigate the disappearance of her husband Neville, a man whose reported - and long unsolved - death was, apparently, a ruse to escape his gambling debts. But this time his vanishing seems genuine and Lois fears for her husband's life - what if his debtors have finally found him? Holmes looks into the matter and discovers that Neville, in fact, has no debts or debtors! Rather, he is a secret agent who had infiltrated a crime ring... and whose cover has been blown. Neville is on the run... and his double life is catching up quickly. It's up to Holmes to find this master of disguise before the dangerous crime rings does. Educational Message: Pay attention to details - something that appears trivial may turn out to be critical to a solution. Also, not telling the truth to avoid difficult usually makes things worse.
The Red-Headed League
16. The Red-Headed League
February 14, 2000
"THE RED-HEADED LEAGUE" (MARTHA MORAN) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE Holmes and Lestrade uncover an elaborate plot which involves red-headed crooks swapping paintings at the National Art Gallery for forgeries... and which employs a crowd of innocent red-headed men to screen their getaway. Who are all these red-heads? The League's employer is none other than Professor Moriarty who is planning to release a chemical (via the forgeries) at a gala to be held that night at the National Art Gallery. By rendering the wealthiest people in Britain helpless, Moriarty can steal their possessions and hold the nation's wealthiest recluse hostage. But Holmes foils the plan, the real art work is replaced, and no one is hurt. And newest League member and fish-and-chip shop owner Carter Wilson gets a "new" piece of artwork for his own Red-headed League! Educational Message: Pay attention to details; be sure your "facts" fit your theory.
The Five Orange Pips
15. The Five Orange Pips
February 7, 2000
"THE FIVE ORANGE PIPS" (GREG JOHNSON) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE In seclusion at his remote country estate, radical anti-tech group leader Joseph Openshaw blacks out after opening a mysterious envelope containing only a cryptic note and five orange seeds. Sherlock Holmes soon discovers that the pips are poisoned and that Joseph was targeted because he - along with his brother Elias - had invented a cyber nest that could wipe out all the computers they despise forever. Though the two brothers stopped before unleashing it, Holmes now finds that Moriarty wants to use the invention to destroy New Scotland Yard's databanks and hold the world hostage. In order to get the antidote for the poison, Holmes gives Moriarty the cyber nest... but not before knowing that it is useless. All are saved and Watson helps Joseph's young son, John, learn that the true value of someone is what's in their heart. Educational Message: Preconceived and highly emotional ideas and beliefs can bias way one perceives things and lead to misinterpretation of facts. Also, the foolishness of racial intolerance.
Silver Blaze
14. Silver Blaze
January 31, 2000
"SILVER BLAZE" (ROBERT ASKIN) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE The fastest space ship, Silver Blaze, has gone missing just after winning the first round in the International Space Grand Prix. Sherlock investigates and discovers that the competing team is not responsible... and neither is the owner who some thought might be trying to scam the insurance company. Instead, the ship's pilot stole the ship to use as a getaway vehicle; using a clever hologram of a frightening warship, he then robs the shuttle carrying the race prize money. How will they ever catch him? Silver Blaze is the fastest ship! But Holmes uses holograms himself, projecting a field of asteroids that causes the culprit to slow down long enough to be caught. And all in time for the big race. Educational Message: Don't accept convenient answers at face value. Build and test alternative hypotheses and theories.
The Adventure Of The Blue Carbuncle
13. The Adventure Of The Blue Carbuncle
December 11, 1999
"THE ADVENTURE OF THE BLUE CARBUNCLE" (SETH KEARSLEY) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE Christmas in New London finds the whole city gone mad for the hot toy to have: the Blue Carbuncle, a troll-like doll that can mimic a real person and appear to communicate. Holmes inadvertently hurts Watson's feelings when he expresses his disgust at the modern world's obsession for machines. But when Beth brings him one of the coveted dolls after recovering it from a mugging, Holmes quickly realizes that this doll is much more sophisticated than those in the advertisements. This doll has a special artificial life computer chip that bestows sentient thought to robots! The maker of the valuable chip hid it in the doll when he realized Professor Moriarty was closing in, but then lost sight of the doll when it was carted off with dozens exactly like it! Both Moriarty and the chip's creator have been searching for it since. Holmes uses the doll itself to bait Moriarty and to discover the true maker of this very special doll, learning the true nature of friendship in the process. Educational Message: Use your eyes and brains; observe closely, think clearly, and remember - solving problems is fun.
The Musgrave Ritual
12. The Musgrave Ritual
November 29, 2009
"THE MUSGRAVE RITUAL" (ROBERT ASKIN) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE A thief has stolen the rusty and ancient Musgrave Sword from the British Museum, leaving priceless jewels and works of art untouched. It is obvious to Sherlock Holmes that the prized sword must have a worth that is not immediately apparent. At the museum gift shop, the Irregulars purchase a cheap souvenir replica of the sword and find that the riddle that is inscribed on it. When Holmes remembers that the sword was forged from a meteor that fell to earth centuries ago, and that the Musgraves believed the meteor had special properties, he deduces that the sword is made from neutro-matter and is a powerful weapon indeed... and that Moriarty has it! Though Holmes tracks Moriarty to the site of the ancient Musgrave family seat, now a huge tower in the heart of the city, and recaptures the sword, both Moriarty and Fenwick escape into the depths of the underground. Educational Message: Those who do not study history are doomed to repeat it. Learn not just from your own mistakes, but read about the mistakes - and solutions - of others in similar situations.
The Adventure Of The Dancing Men
11. The Adventure Of The Dancing Men
November 27, 1999
"THE ADVENTURE OF THE DANCING MEN" (TERENCE TAYLOR & ELEANOR BURIAN-MOHR) -- INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE At their underground farm, the Cubbitts have had a monumental breakthrough. They have perfected a way to grow vegetables in any temperature and in a nearly airless vacuum - a discovery which should prove a great benefit to the world. But someone wants to use the discovery to further his own agenda and tries to take it using force, leaving the Cubbitts unconscious. With the help of the Baker Street Irregulars, Holmes deduces that the stick figure drawings of dancing men found in the Cubbitts' emails are a coded message threatening the Cubbitts to give up their discovery to aid rebel terrorists on the moon. Holmes and the Irregulars trap the culprit and bring him to justice, leaving the Cubbitts alone to live their lives peacefully helping others. Educational Message: Two heads are better than one - and three or four are even better. Bringing together different perspectives, knowledge, skills is an excellent way to generate and test plausible solutions.
The Sign Of Four
10. The Sign Of Four
November 20, 1999
"THE SIGN OF FOUR" (PHIL HARNAGE) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE A troubled young woman appears at Holmes' door with a mysterious letter containing a beautiful ring, a shuttle ticket to the moon, and an urgent message that she has been done a great wrong and must come at once. Holmes agrees to accompany her to the moon and act as her protector. What they discover there is the answer to a 20-year-old mystery involving two quarrelling brothers (one greedy, the other generous), a valuable Copernican gem mine, Miss Morstan's long-lost father, and a bit of suspended animation. All is brought to light, father and daughter are reunited, the gems are fairly shared, and the two brothers reconcile - all in a day's work for the indefatigable Sherlock Holmes. Educational Message: Don't rely on unverified information. Someone may have made an incorrect assumption or misinterpreted the evidence. Check your facts.
The Resident Patient
9. The Resident Patient
November 13, 1999
"THE RESIDENT PATIENT" (ROBERT ASKIN) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE When Lestrade corners the notorious Fenwick and his crew in an abandoned building, all she finds are innocent, mild-mannered citizens. Confounded, she calls in Sherlock Holmes to investigate. He quickly deduces that the "citizens" are indeed the culprits... and that Moriarty has forced a renowned plastic surgeon to use his DNA Washer device to completely alter their appearances! Using the device on himself, a disguised Holmes foils Moriarty's evil plot to switch the leaders of the free world with his own look-alike henchmen! Educational Message: Things are not always what they seem. Look closely; use your eyes and brains.
The Scales Of Justice
8. The Scales Of Justice
November 6, 1999
"THE SCALES OF JUSTICE" (KEN PONTAC) INSPIRED BY "THE ADVENTURE OF THE SPECKLED BAND" BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE Someone has robbed the supposedly impenetrable "safe room" at Genie Tech. In the locked room - with no window or other way out - Sherlock Holmes discovers tiny scales which prove to belong to a mysterious unknown species of snake. Is this the work of the eminent herpetologist Grimsby Roylott who is trying desperately to keep the old London Zoo afloat? Or, as Watson suspects, is it the work of Forest Chapman, the proprietor of the spooky Mythological Museum where monstrous hybrid creatures are created and displayed to the delight of 22nd Century kids? Holmes looks past the obvious to discover that someone has mixed his own DNA with that of a python in order to commit the daring robberies. Holmes must then wrestle with the snake-man for his very life to win the day! Educational Message: Be careful about accepting the first explanation offered; examine alternative theories and possibilities. Also, good intentions never justify wrong actions.
The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire
7. The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire
October 30, 1999
"THE ADVENTURE OF THE SUSSEX VAMPIRE" (PHIL HARNAGE) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE After draining the Sussex County Holocomputer System of every drop of data, a cackling vampire-like creature locks himself inside the vault at London First Bank. Beth corners it and blasts open the vault with ionic canon... only to find nothing there! Byte-sucking fiend or computer generated count? Holmes must call on the Irregulars to help track the alleged vampire to its lair... where Moriarty appears, trapping Holmes and the gang. But Beth foils Moriarty's attempt to make the vampire his ally, while Holmes reveals the "vampire" to be the well-meaning 10-year-old girl she is. Miss Amanda Wheelright, a famous computer hacker among the underage genius set, had stumbled onto Moriarty's data theft scheme and had created the "vampire" to foil him. Moriarty is vanquished, but Beth must still explain all the destruction she caused at the bank! Educational Message: Don't stop asking questions; persevere until all the answers are found.
The Adventure Of The Deranged Detective
6. The Adventure Of The Deranged Detective
October 23, 1999
"THE ADVENTURE OF THE DERANGED DETECTIVE" (HENRY GILROY) INSPIRED BY "THE ADVENTURE OF THE DYING DETECTIVE" BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE Holmes and Watson arrive at Lestrade's apartment to find it ablaze and Beth out of control! She attacks them both, leaps off of her balcony, and escapes into the night. What has caused her to go crazy? Holmes receives a mysterious Chinese puzzle box while retracing the path of Beth's most recent investigation into an amateur burglary and, shortly thereafter, he too appears to go mad. But in this case, Holmes is cleverly faking insanity to ferret out the true villain's identity in order to stop him from injecting others with the microscopic, mind-controlling nanobots. Holmes confronts the not-so-good doctor at the Midgard Asylum and contends with the crazed Beth... who comes to her senses just before unwittingly harming Holmes! Educational Message: Ask specific questions that refine your search for an answer. The examination of small, seemingly unimportant details - and the question "Why?" - are often key to solving problems.
The Crooked Man
5. The Crooked Man
October 16, 1999
"THE CROOKED MAN" (TERENCE TAYLOR & ELEANOR BURIAN-MOHR) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE After hearing the normally happy couple argue passionately behind closed doors, followed by a crash and screams, the maid rushes in to discover Nancy Barclay unconscious and her husband, James, gone. Holmes investigates the strange day Nancy had prior to the fight, while Lestrade looks into James' company. Both roads lead to a bio-engineering experiment that's gone horribly wrong: inventor Victor Morris - persuaded to become the experiment's lone subject by none other than James - was turned into a monster. With Victor out of the way, James stepped in and took both Victor's fiancée, Nancy, and her father's company. When Victor comes back to wreak revenge, Holmes convinces him to spare James' life - Nancy has already seen who the real monster is. Nancy reunites with Victor, devoting her father's company to finding a cure for Victor. Educational Message: Don't judge by appearance alone. Look closely, listen carefully, and think clearly.
The Adventure Of The Empty House
4. The Adventure Of The Empty House
October 9, 1999
"THE ADVENTURE OF THE EMPTY HOUSE" (MARV WOLFMAN) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE The blinding flashes of disintegration haunt Watson after he witnesses Holmes and Moriarty fall from their rooftop battle into New London's laserwave sanitation grid. Despite his devastation at losing his friend, crime doesn't stop and Lestrade brings Watson to the room of a young hotshot laser tag tournament star who has been frozen solid by a freeze ray. Why? Was it because the hotshot was cheating? Or, did an opponent merely want to take him out of the competition? While investigating, Watson discovers that Holmes is still alive and in disguise! Having discovered that the marksman who froze the laser tag star was the same person who was paid by Moriarty to interfere in the rooftop battle; Holmes observes unobserved. In a gripping showdown in the laser tag arena, Holmes confronts and unmasks the culprit. Unfortunately, Holmes is not the only clever one - Moriarty is still alive, too, and still out there... somewhere. Educational Message: Strong emotions can interfere with logical thinking; no matter how bad things look, stay cool, keep emotions under control, and think clearly.
The Hounds Of The Baskervilles
3. The Hounds Of The Baskervilles
October 2, 1999
"THE HOUNDS OF THE BASKERVILLES" (PHIL HARNAGE) INSPIRED BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE On the moon, in the domed Galileo City, an old legend appears to be true when three children go missing and eerie howling can be heard echoing throughout the resort. But Sherlock Holmes suspects there is an all too human reason behind this "supernatural" phenomenon. His sleuthing quickly dispatches the mythical beast for what it is: trickery created by Moriarty to vacate the moon of its tourists so that its powerful defense and life support systems would be his from which to rule the earth. Though Moriarty escapes, Holmes and Lestrade cleverly foil the evil plot and save the day, the moon, and the earth! Educational Message: When the facts don't fit a theory, it may be time to change the theory. It is foolish to hold on to a belief (or superstition) when the evidence contradicts it.
The Crime Machine
2. The Crime Machine
September 25, 1999
"THE CRIME MACHINE" (MARTHA MORAN) INSPIRED BY "THE VALLEY OF FEAR" BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE When New London is caught in the grip of a massive crime wave, Holmes uses his eyes and intellect to deduce that the heat of the criminal activity lies in the city's long abandoned underground. With the guidance of the street-wise Baker Street Irregulars, Holmes, Watson and Lestrade plunge into the shadowy depths to foil the plot, but lose Watson when their wild escape ends with a train crash into the Thames. Only then does Holmes realize that the robot is becoming a true "friend." Educational Message: Observe and think - use your eyes and brains. Also, comments on the meaning of friendship.
The Fall And Rise Of Sherlock Holmes
1. The Fall And Rise Of Sherlock Holmes
September 18, 1999
"THE FALL AND RISE OF SHERLOCK HOLMES" (PHIL HARNAGE) INSPIRED BY "THE FINAL PROBLEM" BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE In the 22nd Century, Inspector Beth Lestrade believes that New London's "fool-proof" crime control process, called crypnosis, has been sabotaged by the criminal genius Professor James Moriarty... who has been dead for over a century! To prove her theory and catch the crook, Lestrade brings back to life the only man smart enough to have ever defeated Moriarty: Sherlock Holmes. Holmes tracks the villain, finally confronting him in the heart of the computer itself! Though the system gets back online, Moriarty manages to elude them. For now. Educational Message: Be willing to change a theory or hypothesis when the facts don't fit - be flexible.
Sherlock Holmes In The 22nd Century
Sherlock Holmes In The 22nd Century

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"Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century: The Complete Series" (1999) is an animated science fiction series based on the short stories about the great detective. The setting is indeed the 22nd century and this futuristic world is plagued by a resurrected Professor Moriarty. To stop him, scientists bring Holmes back from the dead and give him the body of a young man. They also give him an assistant: an android programmed to have the personality of his old friend, Dr. Watson. Inspector Beth LeStrade works with the duo and acts as their native guide.

Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century, The Complete Series is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (26 episodes). The series first aired on September 18, 1999.

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Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century, The Complete Series is available for streaming on the Cookie Jar website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century, The Complete Series on demand at Vudu and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    September 18, 1999
  • IMDB Rating
    7.3  (456)