3 things about Arthur Berthelet’s SHERLOCK HOLMES

Sherlock Holmes [1916]

1. “An ill-suited watchdog.” Moriarty’s henchman has a bulldog.
2. A dissolve to a slightly tighter shot and then a dissolve back to the wider angle. Would a straight cut have been considered too disorienting at the time?
3. Watson discreetly closes the door and leaves the two alone together.

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