The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Collection Volume Three
October 6th, 2015 by Aldouspi

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Just in time for the feature film release of Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows the next Holmes film starring Robert Downey Jr., this collection of Sherlock Holmes stories is now available for only $14.99!

From 1939 to 1946 Americans gathered around the radio to listen to The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes-featuring Basil Rathbone as the high-strung crime-solver and Nigel Bruce as his phlegmatic assistant, Dr. Watson. Witty, fast-paced and always surprising, these great radio plays, written by the prolific writing team of Anthony Boucher and Denis Green, are as fresh today as they were then, and feature perfect sound along with nostalgic war-time announcements, original narrations and radio commercials.

The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Collection Volume Three includes Murder in the Casbah, The Tankerville Club, The Strange Case of the Murderer in Wax, The Man With The Twisted Lip, The Guileless Gypsy, The Camberville Poisoners, The Terrifying Cats, The Submarine Cave, The Living Doll, The Disappearing Scientists, and The Adventure of the Speckled Band and The Purloined Ruby.

Product Details

  • Series: Sherlock Holmes (Book 3)
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio; Abridged edition (December 6, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1442345039
  • ISBN-13: 978-1442345034
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.6 x 5.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces

Customer Reviews

For Sherlock Holmes fans this is a must have.

2 people found this helpful.
 on November 12, 2014
By joejamescat
Great to own a piece of the past. For Sherlock Holmes fans this is a must have.

Classic Old Radio Shows

9 people found this helpful.
 on January 23, 2012
By Karen R. Haynes
Classic Old Radio shows starring Basil Rathbone & Nigel Bruce. The series ran from 1939-1946. This series of shows seem to be from quite late in the run. The sponsor here was Petri wine & the commercials are quite awful, but they can be overlooked. There are also a few interesting war announcements. The only problem with the cd set is that the shows are not released in chronological order & you don't know the dates of the shows (but they are from late in the series). Other than that they are great radio mysteries. A must for the Sherlock Holmes fan.


5 people found this helpful.
 on March 11, 2013
By Alan A. Zurawski
I have the first 2 volumes,i love these old radio programs with Basil and Nigel. The chemistry is there, perfect together. Worth a listen.


5 people found this helpful.
 on March 23, 2013

... have this series in audio cassette format and was delighted to find Volume III after owning I and II ...

2 people found this helpful.
 on November 16, 2015
By Grandma Mimi
I have this series in audio cassette format and was delighted to find Volume III after owning I and II for quite awhile. I hope that there will be a Volume IV in the near future which would complete the set.

Uncommonly Good Radio Days Survivors

One person found this helpful.
 on April 11, 2015
By Commenter77
Somehow Sherlock Holmes has had many good continuation book series and presentations, seeming to me more than any other established character. As in this series of radio programs with Anthony Boucher as one, it seems to be due to some very good writers who have taken up the projects. Since Holmes and his stories are longtime favorites of mine, I have really enjoyed this trend. No doubt, when Jeremy Brett came along in the Granada presentations some decades ago, the Rathbone-Bruce combination was set aside by many previous adherents. One could go so far as to say they were left in the shade.

Sherlock Holmes on classic radio

 on February 28, 2017
By Amazon Customer
In my opinion, Basil Rathbone is the consummate Sherlock Holmes. With Nigel Bruce, he starred in the radio broadcasts for seven years, with 30 half-hour shows a year. They were also in a number of feature films during World War II. These reprints of the original radio shows are wonderful. Between the excellence of the writing team and the 2 stars, the programs are fast paced and gripping. I listen to them over and over again and never tire of the stories. Unfortunately, most of the episodes are not represented. I would like more and more and more. If anyone else loves classic radio as much as I do, this collection is a 'must have.'

Old Time Radio essentials

One person found this helpful.
 on July 24, 2014
By Rumplefrogskin
I've been a fan of Sherlock Holmes in many incarnations for the past 45 years. My mother used to get me out of bed to watch 'The Late Show' on TV back then if they were running The Marx Brothers or Sherlock Holmes. I'd drag off to High School the next day, none too bright eyed nor bushy-tailed, but in my honest opinion, enriched for having been exposed to the likes of Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce in those fine movies.

Basil & Nigel

4 people found this helpful.
 on May 29, 2013
By James Gitschlag
Doesn't get much better than this for listening to old radio shows. Of course they are not the cannon and Holmes battles Nazi's and sundry other bad guys that Doyle never thought of, but who cares? These are fun stores, with two great actors that you get to spend half an hour with. The organ music is a touch cheesy, but back then I guess they thought it was great.

Love Holmes

 on August 24, 2016
By johnofarc
I grew up on Sherlock Holmes and have always considered him THE master detective. And I've always considered Basil Rathbone as the only real Sherlock Holmes. All others are just imposters to me. Although these are much shorter stories than the movies I've watched or the books I've read they are still great. My wife an I listen to them instead of music while going out for rides which we do often. I also like the little narratives that go along with each episode that provide some history and background into the making of each of these episodes. They are great.

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