Sherlock Holmes The Pearl of Death


Never heard of her.

No, nor of Giles

Conover either I fancy.

I can't say that I have.

That's the incredible

thing about it Watson.

This man invades

Europe like a plague

yet no one has

heard of him.

That's what puts him

on the pentacle in

the records of crime.

What's he do?

Everything and nothing.

In his whole

diabolical career

the police have

never been able

to pin anything on him.

And yet show me

crime without motive,

robbery without a clue,

murder without a trace

and I'll show you

Giles Conover.

But that's amazing Holmes.

Two years ago he


from his usual haunts

and I have every reason

to believe that he...

oh here it is.

I've every

reason to believe

that he's back

in England again.

It's like a precocity of

this sinister creature

I should feel

that my own career

had reached its summit.

Where is that stuff?

Well you think Conover's

behind the theft

of this pearl?

I was never more sure

of anything in my life.

Excuse me.



The pearl, quick hide it.

Turn out that light.

Well Mr. Holmes.

My apologies Lestrade

I was expecting

Mr. Giles Conover.

Come in won't you?

Good evening

Doctor Watson.

Good evening.

I take it that

Scotland Yard

has been notified of the

theft of the Borgia Pearl?

Yes but, but...

Give it to him Watson.


Well I never.

That's a fine way to

treat the Borgia Pearl.

I assure you Lestrade

I shall not feel safe

until this pearl is

in the deepest vault

of the

Royal Regent Museum.

I don't mind

telling you Digby

I shall be glad

to see the last of

your precious pearl.

Precious is a

feeble word Holmes.

Look at its

flawless skin,

it's natural symmetry,

it's a miracle of beauty.

A miracle of horror.

Steady on now isn't

that a bit strong?

Is it?

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Bertram Millhauser

Bertram Millhauser (March 25, 1892 – December 1, 1958) was an American screenwriter. He wrote for 61 films produced between 1911 and 1960. He was born in New York City, New York and died in Hollywood, California from a heart attack. more…

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