Plot. Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) and John (Martin Freeman) receive a visit from Henry Knight (Russell Tovey), who witnessed his father's death by a "gigantic hound" at Dartmoor 20 years ago. After years of therapy, Henry visited the site again, only to see the hound again, prompting his request for help. Plot - Sources and allusions - Production - Broadcast and reception. Sherlock and John investigate the ghosts of a young man who has been seeing The film The Hound of the Baskervilles () featured three other actors who by John Le Mesurier, who voiced Bilbo Baggins in the BBC Radio drama. Cast. Sherlock Holmes – Benedict Cumberbatch. Dr John Watson – Martin Freeman. Mrs Hudson – Una Stubbs. DI Greg Lestrade – Rupert Graves. Mycroft Holmes – Mark Gatiss. Henry Knight – Russell Tovey. Dr Jacqui Stapleton – Amelia Bullmore. Dr Bob Frankland – Clive Mantle.
20 May - 4 min - Uploaded by Sherlock Contains scenes of moderate violence. Sherlock helps Henry remember the truth about the fate. Something terrible has happened to Henry Knight - Sherlock and John investigate the truth about the monstrous creature which apparently. A hound from hell. Sherlock's most famous case. But is a monster really stalking Dartmoor?.
BBC Pictures. The Game is On! • 'The Hounds of Baskerville' is an excellent instalment of Sherlock - fun, moody and, at times, genuinely scary. Serena Davies reviews The Hounds of Baskerville, the second episode of series two of Sherlock starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes. Ah, how those Sherlock boffins, Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, like to lead us up the garden path – or should we say, down into the Dartmoor gully. In “The Hounds Of Baskerville,” Sherlock utters this same line as he raves to Watson, in a drug-induced delirium, about the big red-eyed dog.