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The Royal Scandal

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The Royal Scandal

The Royal Scandal
Written by Novel:
Arthur Conan Doyle
Joe Wiesenfeld
Directed by Rodney Gibbons
Starring Matt Frewer
Kenneth Welsh
Original language(s) English
Producer(s) Irene Litinsky
Cinematography Serge Ladouceur
Running time 120 minutes
Preceded by The Sign of Four
Followed by The Case of the Whitechapel Vampire

The Royal Scandal is a Sherlock Holmes film which is an amalgam of "A Scandal in Bohemia" and "The Bruce-Partington Plans".[1] The film was produced in 2001 for The Hallmark Channel as part of an on-going series of Hallmark Sherlock Holmes films.[2]


The third of four Holmes adaptations starring Frewer as Holmes, was preceded by The Hound of the Baskervilles in 2000 and The Sign of Four in 2001, and followed by The Case of the Whitechapel Vampire (an original story) in 2002.


List of Hallmark Sherlock Holmes films


  1. ^ reviewThe Royal Scandal at Baker Street Dozen
  2. ^ IMDB

External links

  • The Royal Scandal at the Internet Movie Database
  • The Sherlock Holmes Collection (2000-2002) - DVD Review
  • The Sherlock Holmes Collection

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