Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Sherlock Holmes fans are divided as to who was the best on-camera interpreter of "The Master": Basil Rathbone or Jeremy Brett. Partisans of Brett should get their fill, and more, from the Casebook of Sherlock Holmes TV series. Produced in Britain in the '80s and '90s, these irresistible 60-minute Conan Doyle dramatizations are just as popular in videocassette form as they were when first telecast. In "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," a farmer's son is accused of murdering his father. The circumstantial evidence is all against the boy, but Holmes and Watson (Edward Hardwicke) are seldom inclined to accept matters at face value.
deduction [reasoning], detective, false-accusation, investigation, investigator, killing, murder, private-detective