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The Hound of the Baskervilles


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Catawiki number: 1022053
Category: DVD / Video / Blu-ray
Title: The Hound of the Baskervilles
Original title: Hound of the Baskervilles, The
Series / hero: Sherlock Holmes
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Carrier / medium: DVD
Label / publisher: MGM - Metro Goldwyn Mayer
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Release year medium: 2003
Release year movie: 1959
Genre: Crime
Director: Fisher, Terence
Producer: Carreras, Michael, Hinds, Anthony, Hyman, Kenneth, Keys, Anthony Nelson
Scenario: Bryan, Peter, Doyle, Arthur Conan
Actor: Birks, David, Cushing, Peter, Goss, Helen, Hawkins, Michael, Kydd, Sam, Landi, Marla, Lee, Christopher, Malleson, Miles, Mesurier, John le, Morell, Andre, Moyens, Judi, Mulcaster, Michael, Oxley, David, Solon, Ewen, Wolff, Francis de
Composer: Bernard, James
Playing time: 82
Number of discs / tapes: 1
Region code: 2 (DVD): Europe, South Africa, Middle East
Item code/order number: DY22432.1
Barcode: 8712626015185
Screen format: 16:9 widescreen
Sound format: Mono
Language on cover: French, Dutch
Spoken language: English
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Colour / black and white: Colour
Version: Standard Edition
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Submission date: 01-04-2010 20:36:12
Submitted by: 1955-chevy
Last updated on: 02-02-2017 16:43:55
Last updated by: prisencolinensinanciusol
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