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The Seven-Per-Cent Solution 1976 123movies

The Seven-Per-Cent Solution 1976 123movies

Confounding! Sherlock Holmes meets Sigmund FreudOct. 24, 1976113 Min.
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Watch: The Seven-Per-Cent Solution 1976 123movies, Full Movie Online – Concerned about his friend’s cocaine use, Dr. Watson tricks Sherlock Holmes into travelling to Vienna, where Holmes enters the care of Sigmund Freud. Freud attempts to solve the mysteries of Holmes’ subconscious, while Holmes devotes himself to solving a mystery involving the kidnapping of Lola Deveraux..
Plot: Concerned about his friend’s cocaine use, Dr. Watson tricks Sherlock Holmes into travelling to Vienna, where Holmes enters the care of Sigmund Freud. Freud attemts to solve the mysteries of Holmes’ subconscious, while Holmes devotes himself to solving a mystery involving the kidnapping of Lola Deveraux.
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N/A Votes: 77 Popularity: 5.038 | TMDB

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A touching and different side to the Sherlock Holmes Legend
This film, directed by Thom Eberhard from a script by Nicholas Meyer presents Sherlock Holmes in a new perspective. The discovery of Cocaine in the 19th century originally seemed like a perfect drug and many doctors perceived it as an ideal cure for everything. Even Freud used it extensively and prescribed it for his patients until he became dependent on it. There are those who say that the same thing happened to Conan Doyle, who eventually kicked the habit, but used in as a part of the Character of Sherlock Holmes, at least in the earlier stories, who claimed that the boredom that set in when his mind was not occupied on a case was only relieved by a seven percent solution of the drug that he would inject himself with.

In this film it is realized that he has begun to be overly effected by the drug as he sees incidents of his youth in a distorted view, until Watson is forced to trick him into going to Vienna to see Sigmund Freud. Nicol Williamson is a very sympathetic Holmes, and Robert Duvall, surprisingly essays a very likable Dr. Watson. Laurence Olivier ha a small role as James Moriarity, who is no villain but a former tutor of the brothers Holmes, who had had an affair with their mother years before, and had been hounded by Holmes since. Alan Arkin is an excellent Freud, and the film is a great adventure and touching drama, as Holmes, in the middle of his cure, once again brings his great intellect to bear on a baffling case.

Review By: ozthegreatat42330
No Accidents In The Unconscious.
Nicholas Meyers’ tale bring the neurotic, drug-addicted Sherlock Holmes together with the Father of Psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, in turn-of-the-century Vienna. (Actually Prague.) It’s one of those novel ideas that people have during a bull session and too many lattés. Other films have pitted Holmes against his contemporary, Jack the Ripper, but though the notion has promise it’s never worked too well because, after all, Jack the Ripper got away. One pastiche had Holmes a visitor from the future. They will stop at nothing.

There are pitfalls in any story that makes companions of two famous people, even if one of the characters is fictional. Mainly, giving too much weight to one or the other in the plot, inducing an imbalance that leaves one of the characters not much more than an observer. It doesn’t happen here. Meyers gives both geniuses equal time. And they both complete their tasks. Holmes solves a somewhat cloudy mystery. Freud cures Holmes of his addiction AND his neurotic obsession with Professor Moriarty, played with mousy disquiet by Lawrence Olivier, whose skill hasn’t declined with age.

The supporting cast does well enough. Samantha Eggar, she of the elegant yet sensual features, is the wife of Doctor Watson, Robert Duvall, with a vaudeville British accent, something like Chico Marx’s Italian accent. Jeremy Kemp is outstanding as the anti-Semitic Baron von Leinsdorf. He’s a great German, even if he’s English. He’s better at being a German, usually a nasty one, than most German actors, with the exception of Otto Preminger. I revel in Kemp’s pebbly complexion and haughty demeanor, though. And he’s done superb work in more demanding roles, as in “The Blue Max.”

The German accent of Anna Quayle, as Freud’s housekeeper, is as ludicrous here as it was in “Casino Royale.” John Addison’s musical score isn’t overdone. It’s apt and sometimes bumptiously comic, as during the tennis duel between Freud and von Leinsdorf. The art direction and set dressing are convincing. (Plenty of brass, scarlet carpets, and delicate green ferns.) Prague has recently been a serviceable stand in for other European cities, since it was never bombed into oblivion during the war and you can still find ancient buildings and cobblestone streets. Somebody got Freud’s Vienna street address right — Berggasse 19. The façade even LOOKS like Freud’s real residence.

Vanessa Redgrave appears as a kidnapped soprano who is tracked down by Holmes, Freud, and Watson. The climax has two speeding old-fashioned trains chasing one another and a saber duel atop one of the cars. Not a moment of it is to be taken seriously. Holmes solves his case, the kidnapped beauty; Freud cures his case, Sherlock Holmes

Review By: rmax304823

Other Information:

Original Title The Seven-Per-Cent Solution
Release Date 1976-10-24
Release Year 1976

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 53 min (113 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated PG
Genre Adventure, Comedy, Crime
Director Herbert Ross
Writer Nicholas Meyer, Arthur Conan Doyle
Actors Alan Arkin, Vanessa Redgrave, Robert Duvall
Country United Kingdom, United States
Awards Nominated for 2 Oscars. 1 win & 5 nominations total
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Panaflex Camera and Lenses by Panavision
Laboratory Technicolor, UK (color)
Film Length 2,840 m (Sweden, cut version), 3,115 m (Sweden, uncut version)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

The Seven-Per-Cent Solution 1976 123movies
The Seven-Per-Cent Solution 1976 123movies
Original title The Seven-Per-Cent Solution
TMDb Rating 6.149 77 votes

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