Considered by many Holmesians to be the best Sherlock Holmes movie ever made,
Billy Wilder's THE PRIVATE LIFE OF SHERLOCK HOLMES is both an affectionate parody,
and a brilliant, melancholy celebration of Arthur Conan Doyle's famous detective.
Video - Total running time: 12:59
Writer-producer Mark Gatiss talks to Ian Haydn Smith about his admiration for Billy Wilder's The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (1970), a film that had a great influence on his TV series, Sherlock. This BFI members' event series is presented in partnership with American Express.
Robert Stephens as Sherlock Holmes
Colin Blakely as Dr. Watson
Christopher Lee as Mycroft Holmes
We recommend a Youtube video.
All rights belong to the owners. We own nothing.