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The Adventure Of The Dancing Men (1999) Season 1 Episode 114- Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century Cartoon Episode Guide The Adventure Of The Dancing Men

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  • Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Sherlock Holmes, Dr. John Watson, Inspector Beth Lestrade, Chief Inspector Charles Greyson, Professor James Moriarty, Wiggins, Martin Fenwick, Deidre.
  • Originally Released in 1999.
  • Season: 1
  • Color
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


Hilton and Elsie Covet develop a formula to grow plants at freezing temperatures in a near vacuum. Someone breaks into their lab and attacks, which sends Hilton falling into the freezing vat, and Elsie fainting. Later both go to the hospital. Deidre, Wiggins, and Tenison ask to join in on the case. Tenison finds a strange language made up of dancing men on the Covets' computer, and discovers it's the language that Abe Blaney, who claims to be Elsie's cousin, has been using to send emails to Elsie. Holmes questions the Covets at the hospital, and Elsie is reluctant to give information at first, but then reveals she is from the moon. Deidre finds the dancing men symbols on the back of a business card for Lunatic, a nightclub. Holmes goes there to discover Blaney, who is actually Elsie's old boyfriend from the moon (Holmes deduced this because of his oxygen tank-like hand gestures). Just when the group was about to capture Blaney, he flashes a very bright light in their eyes and escapes. Tenison sends an email in the dancing men language to Blaney, luring him to the hospital with promises of the formula, and Lestrade catches him. Blaney wanted Covet's formula in the first place for the moon so he could commit more acts of terrorism in his political resistance organization against the earth. Watson congratulates Wiggins, Deidre and Tenison on their good work.

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