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The Seven-Per-Cent Solution(1976)

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  • Get rid of the hosts.

    • John
    • 3/2/17

    TCM needs to get rid of the hosts, Tiffany Vazquez and Dave Karger. As "know-nothing" millennials, they both suck, have no credibility, and are clueless when it comes to classic films.

  • Another dud . . .

    • Robert Mann
    • 2/22/17

    Not worth watching; the is really a rotten bunch of "Oscar movies" especially considering these are Oscars of yesteryear, which have far more value than today's; TCM needs new programmers and quit leaving it to these know nothing "Hollywood" nobodies they use now. Where's Bob Osborn when you need him? I miss him. rm

  • ***Over-Looked Classic***

    • Sam Moss
    • 1/6/17

    Caught this one tonight [1/6/17] for the first time and got into a `70's flick again....surprised at how much I enjoyed it. I think I passed on it back in the day as the 'ink' on it what with the blue nose local paper [Atlanta Journal Constitution] panned it something awful plus the fact that I was just on the edge of the Disco thing goin' down and didn't need to hear about 'snow'...of course thought I knew all there was to know being 29 at the time... then I probably would've thought it was old fashioned or some such thing...do remember it being shown at the time.Upon further review it has enough going on to make a pleasurable almost 2 hrs and am glad I watched it. I think you will too.

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    • pabear
    • 3/21/06

    The movie aded a 'new' twist to Holmes childhood background and his nemesis Professor Moriarty. What a surprise!Alan Arkin provided a great performance as supporting role in his role as Sigmond Freud.I always enjoy movies made on real locations than just studio.Good enjoyable 1976 movie, how did I miss this?

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