Sherlock Holmes: Jabez Wilson's attention is drawn to an advertisement in the newspaper by his assistant, Vincent Spaulding. The advertisement is for a position with The League of Red Headed Men, and offers a good salary for very little work. The only qualification is that applicants must have red hair. Encouraged by Spaulding, Wilson goes for an interview and secures the job, a position which takes him away from his own business for several days during the week and which involves nothing more arduous than copying out excerpts from the Encyclopaedia Britannica. When the position abruptly comes to an end, Jabez Wilson is puzzled enough to seek the services of Mr. Sherlock Holmes. Holmes suspects foul play is at the back of it, and believes that his old foe, Professor Moriarty may be the instigator of a cunning plan.
|Title:||The Red-Headed League|
|Air Date:||September 22, 1985|
|Genres:||Crime Drama Mystery|
|Actors:||David Burke Jeremy Brett Rosalie Williams|
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