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(screaming)
Jezerael burn|forever and a day.
May thy foul prophecy|food for the jackals
and thy blood|crave for purity.
(screaming)
I thought I persuaded her.
We'd have the|baby baptized
here in this|church by you.
Well you know women.
Oh there's a|Catholic church
in the next village.
Carlotta has found it.
On Sunday's we go|our separate ways.
And the child?
No, No, No,
He stays with me.
I'm resolved on that.
Most other things your|wife has adapted well?
Oh indeed.
Our climate?
No not the climate.
Your boy, Jack, how|is he responding?
Well we'll resolve|that too in good time.
Not easy for you.
No but I love my|wife about this
and love conquers all
as you've always preached|from your pulpit.
Oh Stockton?
Dinner tonight|eight o'clock.
Eight o'clock.
Interesting man.
And you were right he has|spent some time in Peru.
I've invited him over
to make Carlotta|feel at home.
Go away from here!
Murderer!
(Crying) (violin playing)
You stop this noise.
Now please.
You upset baby.
Don't you hear?
I'll stop if you|let me kiss you.
Kiss?
You kiss me Jack?
Where?
Where you wish?
On the lips?
On the neck?
On the boot.
You kiss my boot.
come on if you|want it so bad.
(Spanish)
Thank you Michael.
We've got a guest coming|for dinner tonight.
Yes sir.
Mr. Stockton.
I tell him to stop and|he insult me senora.
[Spanish].
Jack stop at once.
Stop!
[Spanish]
Give it to me.
[Spanish]
He frightened the baby.
I did nothing Father.
I heard you from|the yard boy.
Why are you doing this?
Why?
You are all I've|ever desired.
I shall die of cold.
No you won't.
A convivial evening will|soon warm your bones.
I'm sorry what|happened earlier
but the boy was rude to|the Delores, very rude.
You must leave him to me.
Even so this is|for a new violin.
Of course why not?
Jack?
My boy your stepmother's...
Our guest has|arrived father.
Stockton my dear fellow.
My wife Carlotta.
Mucho gusto.
(Spanish)
My boy Jack.
The violinist?
You met each other?
In the village father.
We talked about hiking.
You'll play for|us after dinner?
I'm not good enough.
And our pride and|joy my son Ricardo.
Holmes?
You alright old man?
Sorry to have|alarmed you Watson
but your reaction|was instructive.
So you believe in|their existence?
What?
Vampires.
No of course I don't.
You're attitude|suggests the contrary.
No one has to|believe in something
to be frightened of.
It's two different|parts of the brain.
Right.
So you rule them out
Vampires.
The rational part of|you insists upon it.
Well do you|believe in them?
Cast your eyes over this.
46 Old Drury April 12th.
Re: Vampires.
Our client, The Revered|Locastos Merridew
of the Vicar's Lamberley
has made some|inquiry from us
in a communication|of even date
concerning...concerning|vampires.
As our firm|specializes entirely
upon the assessment|of machinery,
the matter hardly comes
within our purview.
Oh!
Oh my dear Miss Ruddock.
Wretched wretched|woman I am.
What disturbed you?
We Have therefore|recommended the|Reverend Merridew
to call on you and lay|the matter before you.
We have not forgotten|your successful action
in the case of|Matilda Briggs.
We are sirs,|faithfully yours,
Morrison,|Morrison and Dodd.
This cup and saucer|has been here
for the last 3 days.
Matilda Briggs' was a ship
associated with the|giant rat of Sumatra
a story for which the|world is not yet prepared.
You consider though|that vampires
should come within|our purview?
No.
Anything is better|than this stagnation.
Really?
We seemed to have|been switched on
to some Grimm's fairytale.
Well this Merridew is|a man of the cloth.
A man of Christian belief.
That is of|marginal interest.
Make a long arm, Watson,
let us see what the|'V' has to say.
Voyage of the|Gloria Scott
that was a bad business.
I have some recollection
that you made a|record of it Watson,
though I was unable|to congratulate you|upon the result.
Victor Lynch|and the forger,
the Venomous|Lizard or Gila,
remarkable case that.
Victoria, the|circus belle.
Vanderbilt and|the Yeggman.
I should like|some tea Holmes.
Vipers.
Vigor and the|Hammersmith Wonder...
did you say something?
Shall I call down|for some tea?
Good old index.
You know you|can't beat it.
Listen to this,|vampirism in Hungary
and again|vampires in|Transylvania.
My dear friend|what has happened?
Will you come at once?
Yes of course.
Rubbish Watson rubbish.
What are we to do|with walking corpses
that have to|have stakes driven|through their hearts
to keep them in|their graves?
Are we to give serious|attention to such things?
It's pure lunacy.
Well no doubt your right.
This agency must|stand flat footed
upon the ground of|that it is to remain.
The world is big|enough for us.
No ghost need apply.
Awe well now ghosts...
Need apply.
Are you prepared|to tell me
who supplied|you with these?
And to what purpose?
Well I had them|made for me
by a dentist from Pachum.
It was a necessary|disguise I needed once.
I forget.
And did you put|them to use?
Balking humor|again Watson.
You really must|guard against it.
Albert?
A man gave me this|in the street sir.
Elderly gent,
he says he's got|to see you urgent.
It's your man|of the cloth.
Show him up.
With care.
Yes sir.
Oh Albert?
Sir?
Do you believe in the|existence of vampires?
Oh yeah, most|definitely sir.
There speaks the|voice of wisdom.
No experience I trust.
Yes thank you young man.
I'm not quite in|my grave yet.
Hello Mr. Holmes,
this is so good of you to|see me on such notice.
I know how busy you are.
Sit down and settle|yourself Reverend.
Thank you.
Will you tell Wiggins|to bring in the tea?
Yes sir.
Thank you Albert.
This is my friend|and colleague.
Doctor Watson|yes...yes I know.
Now my solicitors,
Morrison, Morrison and...
Dodd?
Point of fact there not|really my solicitors
no I had some dealings|with them long ago.
I forget quite what about.
Machinery.
Was it?
Well anyway I'm|here on behalf
of a friend of mine|and myself too.
And I'm very anxious|you shouldn't take me
for a complete old fool.
Please.
You must take your time.
Where to start it all.
I'm Vicar of Lamberley;
I've been there longer|than I care to think.
Only time to go but
let me tell you|about Bob Ferguson.
Not Bob Ferguson|of Richmond?
He remembers|you too Doctor
from the rugby field.
Possibly the finest|three-quarter
never to have been|capped for England.
And my sentiments|precisely.
I love the game and|if modesty permits
I once turned out myself|quite a player.
Well Bob has spent|much most of his|working life abroad.
Cotton brooking.
Now his first wife, by|whom he has a son Jack,
she died of fever|some years ago and...
look it's absolutely|essential
that I put you in|the full picture.
Continue just as|you're doing Reverend.
It is often|Holmes' method
to absorb all|relevant detail
with his eyes tight shut.
Well Bob arrived|home recently
with a new bride and|a baby from Peru.
Difficult transition|for all concerned
as you may imagine.
You ride Jack?
No.
Of course he rides.
I taught him.
Taught you everything|didn't I Jack?
But I must turn your|attention to a stranger
who came into our midst
not long before our|Peruvian family.
His name is John Stockton.
Well at first|I welcomed him
as a man of intellect,
a writer and stimulus to|our little community.
Oh thank you.
I can't say that I|warmed to him personally
but he did have|his own appeal
to someone like myself,
buried in the backwater.
He was not threat to me|but he upset the locals.
our blacksmith, Carter.
Some argument|over a wheel.
Who are you come telling|me my job damn you?
If you don't like it|you can take it away.
Find somebody else!
And take yourself with|it and don't come back.
We don't want you|here in this village.
None of us!
Carter, a lion of a man|in the prime of life
Stalwart of|village life,
dead within moments of it.
Now Miss Ruddock,|spinster of my parish,
she has the cottage|facing Stockton's.
And she speaks of him as|the man who never sleeps.
She sees a candle|in his window
many a nights|through till dawn.
Well writers work|it's not uncommon.
Possibly
but I myself am something|of an insomniac also
I have seen him twice
in my graveyard|at dead of night.
And his explanation?
Huh?
Surely you raised|the matter?
Explanation?
Plausible I suppose.
l believe that I'm|related to a family
called Sinclair,|indeed my middle name.
Sinclair?
They had a large house|up beyond the village.
Yes now you mention it.
I'm puzzled to find|no trace of them.
Are we not welcome here?
No the truth was
that I knew full well the|story of the Sinclair's.
They were powerful|landowners,
had the village|in their pocket
sometime in the|last century.
The Lord Sinclair himself|was a cruel monster.
Those who incurred his|displeasure disappeared
or were found with|their throats cut.
Young servant girls,|one in particular,
was left pregnant and|dying at the church door,
her child stillborn.
There's not a|Sinclair to be found.
What did we do to offend?
Did you tell him?
Well the bare|bones of it yes.
The church incident
and how the|villagers exacted
their terrible revenge.
Burnt us out?
I regret to say,
nothing|personal to you of course.
And the girl?
She's buried over there.
But what|I neglected to tell him
because it seemed|to be inappropriate
was that the|family Sinclair
were deemed to|be vampires.
All of this is very|interesting Reverend.
as piece of history
but how does it lead|to the present?
Well then Sinclair|by his own admission
has returned hasn't he?
But how does that|affect the village?
And why should they care?
All of this happened|a hundred years back.
Yes well...word gets|around you know?
You mean the church?
Profound to all gossip.
Answering your|second question
the girl, the dead girl,
her family is still|in the village.
The wife of the|landlord of the local|inn for instance
she was a Barrows.
So too was the|blacksmith's wife.
Has Stockton, to|your knowledge,
ever set foot|inside the church?
Oh no not once as far as|I'm aware of it...never.
Even so,
I'm unclear that I can|be of service to you.
No crime has|been committed.
No crime?
No...no crime? But...
You have something|more to tell us?
4 days ago now, it|seems a lifetime;
Bob Ferguson invited|Stockton to dinner.
You see, Stockton|had traveled in Peru
and I think it was|I who suggested
that it might be a good|thing for his new wife
to have some contact again|with her native country.
And the evening
not a success?
All I know is
that the outcome of|it was a tragedy.
The very next morning
the household woke to|a terrible discovery.
The baby, little Ricardo,|lay dead in his cot.
And the doctor's verdict.
The doctor he could|find no reason for it.
No earthly reason.
Tragedy indeed.
But no blame affixed to|the dinner guest surely?
But he touched|the baby's hand.
So they told me.
Look I'm a man|of God gentlemen
and far be it for me
to judge a fellow being
on hearsay and|superstition
but I also have my|parishioners to think of
and their frightened
and they will take|steps outside the law
to drive him out
as they once did|his forbearers.
You see my dilemma?
So you wish us to|make an investigation
into this man, his|personality, his habits?
And disprove the|common fear?
Disprove, disprove|what you will.
You're presence alone
will have a|steadying affect.
Well now I must leave you.
Among my other concerns
is sickness in|the village
and I have the|baby's funeral
to prepare for tomorrow.
Your story is|complex Reverend.
But none of that's|uninterest.
Yet I'm sure|there's a rational|explanation for it.
Watson and I will|visit your community.
Oh I'm so pleased.
You mentioned an inn.
Yes the Checquers, it's|a decently run place.
Well thank you.
I'm so grateful.
So grateful to you both.
So grateful.
All right, 2|sudden deaths,
the blacksmith|and the child,
shortly after contact.
Natural causes,
as the coroner's|report will inform us.
Stockton's|nocturnal habits
the light in the window?
Writer's block.
His morbid interest in|graveyards after dark?
I object the word morbid.
It's a motive not fact.
All right, never|entering the church?
You raised that|point yourself.
Never seemed to|enter the church
and does that make|a man a ghoul
because he has no|interest in religion?
The evening spent in|Ferguson's house?
Was the Vicar there?
No but Merridew tells us
that Stockton touched|the baby's hand.
Is that your case?
So what is our|mission here?
Possibly to|prevent a crime.
A man having a stake|driven through his heart.
We have our timing right.
Holmes we can|scarcely intrude.
Not intrude|Watson, observe.
I wonder if|Stockton's here
He's hardly likely to show|is face on this occasion.
A recent dinner guest,|a friend of the family.
In the circumstances no.
Yes I'm sure you're right.
But I know he's|not far away.
Man that is born of woman
hath but a short|time to live
and is full of misery.
He cometh up and is cut|down like a flower.
He fleeth as it|were a shadow.
A never continueth|in one's stay.
ln the midst of life|we are in death.
Of whom may we seek for|succor but of thee O' Lord
who for our sins are|justly displeased
we meekly beseech|the O' Father
to raise us from|the death of sin
unto the life of|righteousness.
That when we shall|depart this life
we may rest in him,
as our hope is this|our brother does.
That the general|resurrection in|the last day
we may be found|acceptable in thy sight
and receive that|blessing which thy...
Jack fell from a tree|when he was eight or nine.
Damaged his spine|boy oh Jack.
But father,
was he here or abroad|when it happened?
Well I do believe|he was away yes.
A boyhood almost|without it's mother|or father.
Well I was here as|his spiritual guardian
and Mrs. Mason,
the housekeeper|from the farm,
she brought him up with|her own boy Michael.
These recorded deaths|Holmes so many of them,
so young.
An influenza|epidemic perhaps.
As we have now upon us.
If Stockton is perceived|as some sort of avenger
why should he light|upon the Ferguson's?
I mean they weren't here|a hundred years ago.
Even now they're scarcely|apart of the village life.
So why?
Why is he drawn to them?
The women, the|connection with Peru?
Or is it something|nearer home?
Did you make friends|with the local doctor?
Hardly friends
as I was greeted|with deep suspicion.
Had to plead my rugby|acquaintanceship
with Ferguson that|goes back 30 years.
He threw me over the|ropes into the crowd
at the Old Deer Park.
How do you explain|your presence here?
Well I cant believe|that we'll be|detained here long.
Another coroner's report.
Blacksmith, Carter,|died of a hemorrhage.
He may have look robust|but he was overweight
and he drank too much.
And the baby?
Put down to pneumonia.
No sign of violence?
No.
Just as we thought.
What now a visit|to Ferguson?
Pay our respects?
No.
I'm hungry.
Jack.
Where's Jack?
Is he down with you?
No.
I haven't seen sight|nor sound of him
since this afternoon.
He didn't come back|here after the funeral?
I'll ask Michael|if he's seen him.
Yes.
Is that for Mrs. Ferguson?
Yes, chicken broth.
She must eat something.
I'll take it up to her.
Thank you my lady.
No food.
She's sleep now sir,|no wake her up.
I'll decide that Dolores.
Thank you.
(Spanish).
Don't touch me.
Go away!
Anything more I can|get you gentlemen?
This is excellent.
No thank you.
Glass of water thank you.
You were seen Michael.
Yes you were and|there's no denying it.
Clutching your arm right|through that service.
lt wasn't my doing Vera.
She was grieving.
She needed the|support of a man.
Just cause she's|foreign and beautiful?
Not ride a horse like you.
Oh what's it matter|riding horses?
I bet you kissed|her knowing you.
Kissed her?
I'd get my jaw broken|with that one.
She's fiery.
It's just how you like it.
That's right.
All ruffled|feathers my dear.
Come on let's|step outside..
No get off.
Oh come one.
No Michael!
I'm not feeling|very well tonight.
Thank you.
This steak and|kidney pudding
is every bit as good|as it's reputation
wouldn't you say Watson?
Yes every bit.
You're famous in Beggar|Street Mrs. Gresty.
Our housekeeper|Mrs. Hudson
put us onto you.
Mrs. Hudson?
She has a sister|who lives near by.
Oh.
Well it's my husband|you have to compliment.
It's him who does|the cooking mostly.
So you are|Sherlock Holmes?
At your service.
On a case there are ya?
Oh surely there|is no crime
in this part of|the country.
Drinks for our|host Watson,
drinks all around.
Yes of course.
Oh Doctor Watson
is an old rugby-playing|friend of Mr. Ferguson.
lt's a tragedy about|him and his family.
You want to talk to|Michael about that.
He was there when they|found the poor mate.
And it wasn't no|accidental death neither.
Whatever else it was
it wasn't no accident.
Jack where've you been?
I was worried.
I thought you'd want to|be alone with Carlotta.
I needed you.
I needed us together
as a family this time.
All of us together.
You are right Reverend.
There is a dangerous|mood in the air.
But no fresh evidence|against Stockton.
I'm still struck by|the coincidence.
Well answer me|this Holmes.
Why is so much being|written and recorded
on the subject|of vampires
if there's absolutely|nothing in it?
Man's need Watson.
His need to explain fear.
Then you do admit to|the inexplicable?
Well yes there's plenty|evidence of that.
But do you believe|in dragons
and fairies and ghosts
because much has been|written about them?
Ghosts?
Watson has a ghost story.
Not now man.
No carry on Watson.
I was in Afghanistan.
Long nights of fatigue.
In a field hospital.
A young subaltern,
who had died,|virtually in my arms,
appeared some weeks|later quite unmistakably
when I was on leave|in Constantinople.
Fascinating.
Gentleman.
Mr. Sherlock Holmes.
Yes of course Mr. Holmes.
And Dr. Watson I|believe you know.
Watson, my dear fellow.
Come inside, come inside.
My dear chap I sincere|condolences... Thank you.
Coffee for our|guest Miss Mason.
It's ready and|waiting sir.
My treasured housekeeper.
We'd be lost without her.
Oh sit down please.
Augustus has explained|your presence here
and heartily endorse|his initiative.
This has been|wretched time
not just for me|and my family
but for the|whole community.
The sooner we make|sense of it the better.
Your dear wife?
Yes I would have liked|for her to be here.
She's upstairs|in her room.
Have you met Stockton yet?
We've not had that|pleasure Mr. Ferguson.
Pleasure?
Oh yes he seemed he|was pleasant enough
on my first acquaintance.
May I ask you?
Ask anything Mr. Holmes.
Anything.
Are we some way holding|Stockton responsible
for your child's death?
Perhaps were|all responsible|to some degree.
Certainly my wife|holds me responsible
for bringing her|here to England.
The child not a year|old, the climate, Europe,
perhaps I'm looking to|alleviate responsibility.
By directing|it at another.
Please you must|excuse my frankness.
But it is necessary
that we confront the|truth about ourselves
if we are to reach the|heart of this matter.
Your absolutely|right Mr. Holmes.
The truth of the matter.
Could you bring yourself|to tell us about
the evening Stockton|came over to dinner?
Which I understand
was the start of your|misgivings about him.
Yes.
That night
l didn't see it clearly|myself at the time.
Dinner had passed|uneventfully
though I confess
I was somewhat|disappointed by our guest.
His demeanor.
The real nature|of the soul.
Well what is it
to some merely a|manifestation of the will.
But the soul|returns to God.
Like a sound that|vanishes in the air.
So for degrees.
Life is death say|the philosopher's.
But I'm afraid l|don't follow that,
you saying you don't|believe in God.
The Incas of course|were sun worshippers
as you seem to know well.
The reason was|meteorological
without sun at night|being mountain dwellers
they shiver, they freeze.
What about those|on the coast?
The sun was constant.
A tyrant in the sky.
And so it was the lesser|god they worshiped,
the moon.
(Spanish)
the house of the moon
The young children|were sacrificed.
Lying on beds of|colored wool and cotton.
Why?
Why must the children|be sacrificed?
Well not just the|children Jack.
When the chieftain died
it was customary|to bury him
with the most beautiful|and best loved women.
Good God his wife?
His wife.
His favorite concubines.
And a considerable|number more or less
of his servants, His|jewels, raw silver,
lamas, weapons,|food and clothing.
So in his philosophy|death was life.
But of course why not?
It continued in that|vein for hours.
All kinds of mysticism.
Mostly beyond my|comprehension.
The widows of Malobar.
Burnt themselves|in the blaze
of the remains|of their husbands
as a demonstration|of fidelity.
What I can't describe
is the effect it|had on the company,
the ladies in particular.
lt was if he had|them mesmerized.
And yet after he|left, Carlotta...
He was repulsive.
You found him?
Repulsive.
You'd rather we|didn't see him again?
He's your friend.
Come to me.
The following morning
hence subsequently
I became the object|of her pain.
But the connection|with Stockton
and your baby's death.
I mean as you|describe the evening
it's hard to forge a link.
I know but it all|went wrong Watson
from that evening.
This house was if there|was a black cloud...
O can't describe it I|wish to God I could.
There's so many|coincidence.
Ah Jack.
My son, Jack.
Come and meet my friends,
Dr. Watson and Mr.|Sherlock Holmes.
I'm interrupting.
Jack you're not|interrupting at all
now come and sit|down and talk to us.
How's the music Jack?
You still practicing|the violin?
Jack's been given|a new violin,
a gift from his|stepmother.
The old one plays|rather well, usually.
Holmes plays the violin.
I look forward to meeting|your stepmother Jack
when she's|sufficiently recovered.
lndeed.
Well let us see if now|is not the moment.
Mrs. Mason would|you go upstairs?
Oh she's not in|her room sir.
She went out early.
Not.
Well why didn't|you tell me this?
Well I thought you knew?
They both went out father.
Alone?
Mr. Stockton|came for them.
He came to pay|his respects sir.
When you were out|riding father.
And you saw them|leave with him?
My wife and the|maid willingly?
You both witnessed this?
Oh just for a short|drive they said.
To take the air, put|color in their cheeks.
I really should have|been informed of this.
My wife is not herself.
Was it Mr. Stockton
who persuaded her on|this foolish drive?
Who instigated it?
Why does it worry|you father?
All's well Mr. Ferguson,|they're coming home.
Stockton?
I didn't realize|you had come by.
I wish you would|have told me.
How are the ladies?
Very well.
We had a pleasant drive|through the countryside.
The air is fresh.
Move on.
Nerve of him.
You keep an|open mind then?
Against all logic|I suppose yes.
And Sherlock Holmes?
Such things do not happen
in criminal|practice in England.
The notion of the undead|walking this earth
feasting off|innocent females
offends against|all his reasoning.
What is your own|view Reverend
as a man of the church?
Life and death are|mysterious states doctor.
We know little of the|resources of either.
Carlotta my darling|open the door.
Carlotta open|the door please.
Carlotta open the door.
Jack?
Jack?
Holmes the local doctor|has taken his bed.
It seems my services|are called for.
I hope its not catching.
No I never catch anything.
What are you up to?
My first call's the|daughter at the inn.
She's not at all well.
He took the crippled boy
into his house|after the funeral.
All afternoon|in his house.
the boy didn't come|back till six o'clock.
She's not going to|die is she doctor?
No but she will pass|through a crisis.
And needs the|greatest care.
She should sleep now.
This village is plagued.
Like many another at|this time of the year
with influenza.
You dirty filthy bitch.
What are you doing
You think I|couldn't see you?
With Vera lying|at deaths door?
Vera?
Don't pretend|you didn't know.
She's your girl Michael
not that foreign trash.
No Mom.
Mom don't cry.
Ever since|they come here
there's nothing|but trouble
and what with him|know that man.
What man, Mr. Stockton?
He's killing everyone.
Michael.
Mr. Holmes?
This is a privilege.
Let's stroll out I think|on such a balmy evening.
In the village?
I have my carriage.
The countryside|how delightful.
So why are you?
Here?
For my health.
In village riddled|with death and gloom?
But no crime.
You will lay your|hand on your heart
and say your not|investigating me?
Why what have you done?
There are several|who will tell you
what I'm alleged to|have done,and what I am.
Bad angel precursor|of death.
No truth in the rumor.
I'm living my life Holmes.
What more does a man do?
You teach the violin?
Jack?
Yes.
But that is not...|My main occupation?
No.
I study antiquities.
Religious cults|and customs
among the South|American lndians.
I have a modest|reputation in that field.
Published?
2 books.
You're familiar|with my subjects?
My travels took me East.
Tibet?
And now the quiet of|English countryside.
I'm tracing a little|family history.
This is your family home?
The seat of Lord Sinclair.
The villages believe my|forbearers were vampires.
Some incident involving|one of their maidens.
Janet Barrows,
whose grave you|were at with a rose.
Observant of you.
They burnt this house an|act of unbridled revenge.
And now they suffer|from the guilty fear
that I've come back|to punish them.
ls that your purpose?
What a pointless exercise.
Come let me show|you around.
I am like yourself,|an investigator.
May I share your findings?
No.
I want your opinion.
Do vampires exist|in your philosophy?
In human terms perhaps.
And are you looking|at one now?
From this house|must have emanated
one spoiled from|conviviality.
I may come back|to restore it.
Life in the village holds|few delights for me.
Why did you bring|Mrs. Ferguson here?
No.
Stockton what is it?
I...I...I'm...
What?
Are you a friend?
Yes.
Your friend.
I cannot tell|a living soul.
I cannot.
I cannot.
I cannot.
What can't you tell?
Mistress Death.
She is with us.
insatiable.
Keep her away from me!
Watson
my wife has|bolted her door,
my boy Jack has|banished me.
How fares the village.
Oh medicine should|cure their ills.
Does your wife|have a fever?
Let me visit.
What she has is|beyond medicine.
lt's taken charge|of her soul,
her very bones.
Is it not grief?
No I recognize grief.
I understand grief.
This is some other poison
and we know its|source you and l.
What am I to do Watson?
Just stand aside and|it him destroy all?
Easy old man.
What does Holmes|make of it?
Does he think|were all mad?
I've seen a ghost.
That I don't believe.
You?
It didn't appear to you.
This one did.
Appear so.
It seems I got too close.
Too close to what?
I'll explain later.
How's the girl?
Oh she'll recover
it's nothing more|sinister than influenza.
It seems to have struck|the young in particular.
The young?
Half a dozen young|girls of the village.
lnfluenza?
All the usual symptoms:
night sweats,|drowsiness, lethargy.
Oh Ferguson's downstairs.
We'll join him.
First we must|understand this.
Thank you Mrs. Gresty
most reviving|Yes thank you.
The vampire.
Even the legend was not|necessarily a dead man.
A living person might|attempt such behavior.
Your saying Stockton is|one of these creatures?
There are people we know
who suck up the energies|of others like a sponge.
Draw out their resources
and pocket them|leaving them fatigued.
No longer master|of their wills.
It's a psychological|phenomenon.
Doctors have|acknowledged it.
Yes they exist.
What you say does|describe in some measure
that night he|came to dinner
and the effect he had on|Carlotta and the maid.
I had a taste of it|myself just now.
And your ghostly|experience?
I don't, for the moment,|believe what I saw.
But I do accept|hallucination.
The mind forced by|another to play tricks.
Hypnosis.
Stockton has|spent much time
with the South|American lndians
studying their|ancient mysteries.
It's quite possible
that he learned|something out there.
Was effected by|an experience.
But you don't exonerate|him for that surely?
No but he could|be suffering
a form of illness, which|may respond to treatment.
And meanwhile we|let him run amuck?
The man is destructive.
Holmes you're not|denying that.
He's only destructive|if we let him be.
If we believe|too many tales
or use him as|nothing more or less
than a depository|for our own ills.
Are you suggesting|that I am doing that?
I think there's a danger|of it in this village.
I stand with this|village Holmes,
I live here
and I have seen his|direct influence|over people.
Loved ones.
A defenseless,|innocent baby is dead.
Now if you can justify|that we part company.
Good night Holmes.
It's one thing|to diagnose the|problem Watson.
It's quite another,|often, to resolve it.
Yeah your ladyship
here is a charm|that cannot fail.
Pin this to your pillow|and you can laugh.
Laugh in the|face of vampires
and hypocrites that|visit in the night.
Your safety a sixpence.
There's a jackal at work.
I'm off to London.
London?
Till nightfall will|you hold the fort?
Certainly.
I thought a visit|to Carlotta Ferguson
might be useful.
As a doctor I might|get in to see her.
Interesting.
Also patch things|up with her husband.
No point in having|him against us.
Quite so.
Saint Sebastian, he|will protect your heart
from vampires and|prevalent malignants
such as ghouls, bats|and bat suckers.
Yours for nine|pennies only.
For your loved ones sir.
Taken back, was she?
This will beat the devil|and his night visits.
lt was smuggled in|the habit of a nun
all the way from Rome
and was forged
in his holiness|own spirit.
Oh it's so beautiful.
Now I am safe from|all bad people.
Silence.
Quit that.
Burns.
Ring around the rosy.|Pocket full of posy...
To the station.
See you later Watson.
Michael.
I got you this.
Help ye get better.
What's that Michael?
What?
You've been with her.
No.
Vera.
Get out.
Vera.
Go on get out.
Vera.
Leave me!
Vera.
Don't touch me.
Out!
In here Doctor Watson.
How is she fairing?
She doesn't tell me.
Doctor Watson Madame.
Thank you.
Mrs. Ferguson?
I'm standing in locum
for the village|doctor who's sick.
Yes.
I know who you are.
You were here yesterday.
Please sit down.
So what is it you|wish to say to me?
To ask how you are|after your tragic loss?
If you need anything|for sleeping?
There are no remedies|in the world
that would make me|sleep at night doctor.
Yes I understand.
But the day's different.
I sleep.
At least hours fly|by without me.
Do you wish for|something to drink?
Oh no, no.
No thank you.
You're friend|the detective
is not with you today.
Gone to London.
Your husband told you
that Sherlock Holmes|was in the village?
Not my husband no.
Oh then it was|Mr. Stockton?
Stockton?
It was Stockton yes.
He was kind enough to|take me out yesterday
for a drive with my maid.
Do you know Stockton?
No I haven't met him.
Holmes knows him.
He too went for|ride yesterday
to an old ruined house.
Oh yes.
The house.
You've been there Madame?
It's just a|burned out house.
No interest to me.
No ghosts?
Many I should think
but none came out to play.
What do you make|of Stockton?
He seems to arouse strong|feelings in people.
What should that be?
I couldn't tell you.
It's only what I've heard.
You want my opinion|on Stockton?
Well at first|I disliked him
then he was interested|about my country.
He speaks my language|and so I welcome him.
But the village...
I know nothing|of the village.
Strong feelings you say.
Peasants...English peasants.
And Stockton offered|you some consolation?
He understands the dead.
What happens to us.
Where we go.
Where my little|Ricardo has gone.
It's the only|solace I have.
You have none with|your husband?
None.
Why did he bring me here|to this terrible place?
I tell you because he|wanted my little baby
to be an Englishman|like Jack.
He wanted another|boy like Jack.
Is that so wonderful
to end up buried in|an English grave?
I'm sorry if I|caused you pain.
Why not?
You are a doctor.
It is better to|bring the truth out.
Indeed.
And now you will|stay for lunch?
Thank you.
I stayed for lunch, tea.
I had tea in the garden.
She's a remarkable woman.
Most cultured person.
I think even you would|enjoy her company.
And the maid?
Awe now the maid well.
There are still love|marks on Michael's neck.
And I'm only|recalling the details
since you asked for them.
And Ferguson's|part all of this?
Ferguson returned|mid afternoon.
And Jack?
Jack?
Jack hadn't returned.
He wasn't missed?
Referred to once or|twice but missed
I couldn't tell you.
And the girl here?
Unchanged since|this morning.
Your trip to London?
l thought a visit|to Stockton's room
might be more useful.
Did anything happen?
Nothing.
Neither the living|nor the dead appeared.
But it was instructive|nonetheless.
Where is he?
Curse the boy.
With your friend?
Stay in.
Get inside.
Stockton I want|to talk to you.
Get in.
Get in!
See here.
Your work.
My boy, my wife, my maid
you'll have it all
and we're a part of|your village vendetta.
I'm sorry what are|you talking about?
What do you want from us?
You introduced|me to your wife.
(Spanish)
Speak English damn you.
(Spanish)
Speak English!
(Spanish)
How dare you insult.
No enough.
Now take her, take|your creature
but leave my wife and|my boy for God's sake.
Jack stay.
Stay Jack.
Leave him.
Let him go.
Jack.
(Spanish)
Don't fight please.
Curse you Stockton
Came around that bend
Traveling too quick.
lt's wet.
An accident Mr. Holmes.
That'll be my report.
Subject closed.
A bit odd as you|say constable.
Very good then.
You'll be leaving over|this day then will you?
Now are problem's gone.
No reason for me to stay.
And I gather the|village doctor is|better this morning
so you won't be|needing Dr. Watson's|services either?
No.
But his help was|appreciated.
Well come on lads,
let's get over with.
Accident?
Huh.
Murder?
One of the deeper|mysteries.
Where will they put him?
Graveyard where else?
But he can't go there.
In my country sometime|they burn the body.
Well this isn't|your country.
We're civilized here.
So do you would|throw him out
to be eaten by wolves?
Where would you|bury him Jack?
It's your friend Stockton|we're talking about.
You hungry dear?
No.
Why'd you look|at me like that?
Nothing.
Well I've got to work.
The tree that he|hit was my tree.
The one that I fell from.
You been to see it?
No your tree Jack.
It wasn't down that way.
It was.
The very same tree|where I had my accident.
Must have a curse on it.
I want to see it.
Would you take me Michael?
Not now.
Are you afraid?
No of course not.
I'll take you.
Michael?
Later if you must.
For man walketh|in a vain shadow
and disquiet|himself in vain.
No Christian burial.
(whispering)
(whispering)
Voicing her protest.
No Christian burial.
(whispering).
Like it was a bomb|fretting away his honor.
Every man therefore|is but vanity.
Here my prayer O' Lord
and with thy ears|consider my calling.
Hold not thy|peace of my tears
for I am a|stranger with thee
and a sojourner as|all of fathers were.
Oh spare me little that|I may recover my strength
before I go hence|and be no more...
Jack?
Go to him.
Oh spare me a little that|I may recover my strength.
It's all right.
Well I think it was|claustrophobia.
Nothing worse.
Some people get|it in churches.
But he used to sing|in my choir every Sunday.
Well he and Stockton|have become quite close.
It must have been|a terrible shock.
Sort of business.
The village up in arms
but I couldn't deny the|man a Christian burial.
I mean how could I?
What has he done?
Did have any relatives as?
Well no one as far|as anyone knows.
That's another|problem you see.
What to do with|his cottage?
His possessions?
I shall look over|the premises.
Shouldn't we|ask the police?
Holmes will know|what to look for.
In the business of house|clearing now hey Holmes?
It may be instructive.
What's that smell in here?
Heliotrope?
It's the smell of decay.
Will you light|that lamp Watson
and then we'll|set to work.
(Spanish)
A ghost?
I'll climb up and shake|him down if you like.
If he's up there.
It doesn't frighten me.
You can't frighten|me Stockton.
You're under the sod.
Where you belong.
You won't bother|nobody now
nor never again.
Dolly?
come on now don't|play silly games.
(screaming)
Dolly?
Here's one by Stockton.
Religions in Peru.
Fish god, Crab god,|Fox god in Flight.
Taboos, witchcrafts,|sorcery,
is there nothing this|man hasn't dabbled in?
Vampires.
There's a book here|on vampires Holmes.
My God!
She's been attacked.
Down by the tree.
It was him.
Person to turn vampire|generally wizards,
suicides and|those who come
to a violent end|or being cursed...
Tonight 2 perfect|specimens
from whence I|draw my strength.
My 2 Peruvian|ladies revived me.
Vampire will|bring his victim
to the foot of death|but not beyond.
He will nurse it|back to health
with all the after|occurrence of love...
And yet I might|now also possess
when I visit the house
is she not commanding|me to relinquish,
to hand my mantel|on to another...
Indeed may be loved|and devour her again
whereby he's|forever nourished.
(Spanish).
He called to me.
Tell me your dream.
She wanted me to take|her there so I did.
One minute she was|standing there
then she was gone.
I couldn't see her.
Then she appeared|again by the tree
and fell into my arms.
On her neck were|bites and blood.
Did you make these marks?
No...no sir not I|it was Stockton.
You saw him?
Well no but he was|there right enough.
Stockton is dead.
No sir he is not
or if it is it's|the living dead
as God's my witness.
See the mark on her,|see for yourself.
Vampires don't exist.
Michael look at me!
They don't exist.
What's the matter|with the dog?
It some form of paralysis.
Did it come on suddenly?
Yesterday.
Remarkable and suggestive.
What do you mean?
What's the dog got|to do with anything?
I can't tell you|this instant.
May Watson be permitted|to examine the maid?
Of course.
The man's death perhaps|in part I caused it.
I don't deny that I|lost my temper Holmes.
But that's nothing|to the suffering
that's been brought|to this family,
my wife, the baby boy
and it continues|to be brought
now on the maid.
Explain that to me Holmes.
Good morning Jack.
Mr. Holmes, the detective.
Dolores is feeling|better father.
It's a slight fever|nothing worse.
She was out with|Michael last night.
They were caught|in a storm.
Lover's marks?
No.
Then what?
This is also the tree
that Jack fell|from as a boy
that caused his injury
or so told Michael.
Stockton and Jack?
Now that's too|much to swallow.
Jack was lying.
I asked Ferguson.
Jack's tree is in quite|another part of the woods.
But why should he|lie about that?
Why indeed?
Out of my hands
it was the constable,|he decided.
We can't.
It's outside the law.
It's a violation.
Well what will the|spirits make of it?
(screaming)
Where we taking|him Mr. Gresty?
Back to where he belongs
where he can do this|village no harm.
(screaming)
He tried to strangle me.
Some water please|Mrs. Gresty?
lt was like a big black|animal, a cat or a spider.
It had hair on the|inside of its hands.
And they covered|my throat.
It was just a|bad dream Vera.
Just a bad dream.
I don't like it|here Mr. Gresty
Let's drop him|and get out fast.
Down here.
Are we going to do|the other thing?
What's that Michael?
You know what you|do with the rats.
You've been a|mind whip boy.
We haven't no.
I'm not going down|there I won't.
What's that?
lt's from an ear.
Who can it be?
There's been a|desecration Watson.
Stockton has been|returned to the home
of his forbearers|I would imagine.
lt's the matter of the|police or the bishop
no concern of ours|for the moment.
How's the girl.
Oh she's calm|sleeping now.
Marks?
Not a scratch.
Window?
Bolted from the inside.
The case of hysteria then.
But the Ferguson maid|Holmes, I swear...
Yes that we must|take seriously.
You coming?
Of course.
Jack?
Shed blood on her|mouth he saw it.
She and that man Stockton,
both of them vampires.
where's your mistress now.
Mrs. Carlotta|she is a monster.
What do you mean?
She's the devil sir.
The maid then?
Where's the boy?
Jack?
Oh he's in his|room I think.
Mr. Ferguson I don't|know where he is.
It was poison.
Curare I think.
Will she live?
Yes.
Carlotta discovered|it was attempting
to suck the venom|out, he knew.
Started from|Stockton or perhaps
Stockton gave it to him.
An arrow dipped in curare.
2 small incisions|into the neck.
He tried it on|the dog first.
Jack?
I knew it couldn't|be Jack in the room.
I heard him|playing the violin|at Stockton's house.
And what about the ghost?
Trick of the light.
But the ruin had become|Jack's playground.
I saw him there on my|second visit and now here.
His inspiration hidden|away in cupboards
a dark world|of imagination
brought alive by a|disturbed adolescent boy.
But to pretend|to be a vampire.
No Watson believe.
Believe he is a vampire.
Remember his behavior|in the church?
His fear of the cross?
And Stockton too?
Why not?
He saw Stockton's|affect upon people.
His control over women.
What better thing to be?
To win the respects,|affection, love perhaps,
we must find him.
He'll be at the ruin|with his master.
Get thee to hell burn|forever and a day.
Let thy foul carcass|be food for jackals.
Let thy plot be trickful.
its a Blow to the head.
See that he lives Watson.
Jack?
Jack?
Well they are returning|to her country.
They have nothing in this|village to keep them
and neither have|you my good friends
but I for one shall|remember your efforts|with gratitude.
This business|with Stockton?
I'll remove to another|parish quietly, no fuss.
May he rest in peace.
Goodbye.
The baby Holmes?|You don't think...
I respect the verdict|of your profession.
phenomena wasn't it?
And Stockton's death?
Accident, fate, who knows|but Jack was no murderer.
Stockton's face|in the locket?
Got from a photograph|by a clever child.
Will there be any|record of these events?
The vampire of Lamberley.
No.
Perhaps the world|is not yet prepared.
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Shiver Of The Vampires The
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Shoeshine
Shogun 1980 Part 1
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Shogun 1980 Part 4
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Sholay
Shop Around The Corner The 1940
Short Circuit 2
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Short Film About Killing A (1988)
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Shot In The Dark A
Show Me Love
Show Time
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Showtime
Shredder (Greg Huson 2003)
Shree 420
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Shriek if You Know What I Did Last Friday the 13th
Shuang tong (2002)
Shutter (2004)
Sib - The Apple
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Sibling Rivalry
Siburay Bate Cafe
Sicilian The 1987 CD1
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Siege The (1998)
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Signs
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Silent Trigger 1996
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Silk Stockings
Silmido CD1
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Silver City
Silver Hawk
Silver Streak 1976
Simon and Garfunkel - The Concert in Central Park
Simon of the Desert
Simone CD1
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Simpsons 01x01 - Simpsons Roasting Over An Open Fire
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Simpsons The
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Sin 2003
Sin noticias de Dios
Sinbad - Legend Of The Seven Seas
Since Otar Left 2003
Since You Went Away CD1
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Sinful Nuns of Saint Valentine
Singin in the Rain
Singing Detective The
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Sink The Bismarck
Sinnui yauman
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Sirens 1994
Sirocco 1951
Sissi 1955
Sister Act
Sister Act 2 - Back in the Habit CD1
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Six Days Seven Nights
Six Degrees of Separation (1993)
Six Feet Under
Six String Samurai
Six Strong Guys (2004)
Sixteen Candles CD1
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Sixth Sense The
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Skazka o tsare Saltane
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Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
Slap Shot
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Slaughterhouse Five
Sleeper
Sleeper 1973
Sleepers (1996) CD1
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Sleepless in Seattle
Sleepover
Sleepwalkers 1992
Sleepy Hollow 1999
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Sliding Doors 1992
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Small Change (FranÇois Truffaut 1976)
Small Time Crooks 2000
Smell of Fear The
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Sneakers 1992
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Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs 1937
Snowboarder
Snowfever (2004)
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Sobibor 14 Octobre 1943
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Solaris - Criterion Collection
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Soldaat Van Oranje 1977 CD1
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Someone Special
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Son In Law
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Spartacus Fixed 1960
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Stargate SG1 1x01 Children of the Gods
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Stargate SG1 1x08 Brief Candle
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Stargate SG1 3x01 Into The Fire II
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Stargate SG1 3x17 A Hundred Days
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Stargate SG1 4x11 Point Of No Return
Stargate SG1 4x12 Tangent
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Stargate SG1 4x14 The Serpents Venom
Stargate SG1 4x15 Chain Reaction
Stargate SG1 4x16 2010
Stargate SG1 4x17 Absolute Power
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Stargate SG1 4x19 Prodigy
Stargate SG1 4x20 Entity
Stargate SG1 4x21 Double Jeopardy
Stargate SG1 4x22 Exodus
Stargate SG1 5x01 Enemies
Stargate SG1 5x02 Threshold
Stargate SG1 5x03 Ascension
Stargate SG1 5x04 Fifth Man
Stargate SG1 5x05 Red Sky
Stargate SG1 5x06 Rite Of Passage
Stargate SG1 5x07 Beast Of Burden
Stargate SG1 5x08 The Tomb
Stargate SG1 5x09 Between Two Fires
Stargate SG1 5x10 2001
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Stargate SG1 5x12 Wormhole X-Treme
Stargate SG1 5x13 Proving Ground
Stargate SG1 5x14 48 Hours
Stargate SG1 5x15 Summit
Stargate SG1 5x16 Last Stand
Stargate SG1 5x17 Failsafe
Stargate SG1 5x18 The Warrior
Stargate SG1 5x19 Menace
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Stargate SG1 5x22 Revelations
Stargate SG1 6x01 Redemption Part 1
Stargate SG1 6x02 Redemption Part 2
Stargate SG1 6x03 Descent
Stargate SG1 6x04 Frozen
Stargate SG1 6x05 Nightwalkers
Stargate SG1 6x06 Abyss
Stargate SG1 6x07 Shadow Play
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Stargate SG1 6x09 Allegiance
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Stargate SG1 6x11 Prometheus
Stargate SG1 6x12 Unnatural Selection
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Stargate SG1 6x14 Smoke n Mirrors
Stargate SG1 6x15 Paradise Lost
Stargate SG1 6x16 Metamorphosis
Stargate SG1 6x17 Disclosure
Stargate SG1 6x18 Forsaken
Stargate SG1 6x19 The Changeling
Stargate SG1 6x20 Memento
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Stargate SG1 6x22 Full Circle
Stargate SG1 7x01 Fallen
Stargate SG1 7x02 Homecoming
Stargate SG1 7x03 Fragile Balance
Stargate SG1 7x04 Orpheus
Stargate SG1 7x05 Revisions
Stargate SG1 7x06 Lifeboat
Stargate SG1 7x07 Enemy Mine
Stargate SG1 7x08 Space Race
Stargate SG1 7x09 Avenger 2 0
Stargate SG1 7x10 Birthright
Stargate SG1 7x10 Heroes II
Stargate SG1 7x11 Evolution I
Stargate SG1 7x12 Evolution II
Stargate SG1 7x13 Grace
Stargate SG1 7x14 Fallout
Stargate SG1 7x15 Chimera
Stargate SG1 7x16 Death Knell
Stargate SG1 7x17 Heroes I
Stargate SG1 7x19 Resurrection
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Stargate SG1 7x21-22 The Lost City I n II
Starship Troopers (Special Edition)
Starship Troopers 2
Story Of A Kiss
Strada La
Strange aventure de Docteur Molyneux
Street Of Love And Hope (Nagisa Oshima 1959)
Street of shame (Akasen chitai)
Streetcar Named Desire A
Style Wars
Suicide Regimen
Sukces 2003
Summer Tale A 2000
Sunday Lunch (2003)
Super 8 Stories
Superman IV - The Quest for Peace
Surviving the Game
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD1
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD2
Sweetest Thing The (Unrated Version)
Swept Away
Swordsman III - The East is Red
Sylvester - Canned Feud (1951)
Sylvester - Speedy Gonzales (1955)
Sylvester and Elmer - Kit for Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Porky - Scaredy Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Tweety - Canary Row (1950)
Sylvester and Tweety - Putty Tat Trouble (1951)
Sylvester and Tweety - Tweetys SOS (1951)