The Seven-Per-Cent Solution

"Good"

The Seven-Per-Cent Solution Review


It's a silly gag -- Sherlock Holmes is addicted to cocaine and Watson tricks him into a visit with Sigmund Freud. Mysteries real and imagined ensue, with Siggy analyzing our messed-up hero while he investigates a rather tame kidnapping involving a snoozy Vanessa Redgrave. Only Alan Arkin and Robert Duvall -- both bizarrely cast as Freud and Watson, respectively -- make much of an impression. Still, it's quirky enough to have found a cult audience.


The Seven-Per-Cent Solution

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Run time: 113 mins

In Theaters: Saturday 16th April 1977

Distributed by: Universal Pictures

Production compaines: Herbert Ross Productions, Universal Pictures

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 3 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 82%
Fresh: 9 Rotten: 2

IMDB: 6.8 / 10

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Starring: as Dr. Sigmund Freud, as Lola Deveraux, as Dr. John H. Watson, as Sherlock Holmes, as Professor James Moriarty, as Lowenstein, as Mary Morstan Watson, as Baron Karl von Leinsdorf, as Mycroft Holmes, Régine as Madame, Anna Quayle as Freda

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