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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 tune that the lady is playing on the piano is featured also in the movie 'The Night that Panicked America'.
We've got it, Watson.
Dr. John H. Watson: Oh, have we?
Sherlock Holmes: Yes. Come along.
Dr. John H. Watson: Oh yes, well, it's clear as mud to me.
The use of back-projection footage of Washington National Airport shows Holmes and Watson being welcomed and escorted to a car in a location that is actually the airfield itself. The real spot for arriving passengers is on the other side of the terminal building visible in the background. There was never a fence in the location suggested by the scene.
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.