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Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson travel to Washington D.C. in order to prevent a secret document from falling into enemy hands.
The "V for victory" match books were for war bonds and were not fictional.
Yes, I shall write a monograph some day... on the noxious habit of accumulating useless trivia.
Early in the film, a passenger aboard the train to Washington creates a diversion by blacking out the club car. The convenient panel he opens to throw the light switch does not exist. On standard single-level passenger cars in the U.S., such switches are in an electrical locker at the end of the car, only accessible with a punch key or skeleton key.
Prologue: Sherlock Holmes, the immortal character of fiction created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, is ageless, invincible and unchanging.
In solving significant problems of the present day he remains - as ever - the supreme master of deductive reasoning.
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