Sherlock Holmes in Pearl of Death: When a pearl with a sinister fame for inflicting misfortune to its house owners is stolen from a museum by a grasp legal due to Sherlock Holmes’ show-boating, he’s naturally obliged to seek out it. Quickly, he learns of a sequence of brutal murders that appeared to have been commited by a malevolent man mountain recognized solely because the Creeper. Now, Holmes should take care of the seemingly overwhelming menace of this man and his boss to be able to retrieve the pearl. (1944)


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