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Emile my dearest one.
[speaking french]
Yes Madame.
My dearest Emile,
my husband has changed his plans.
There is no other way to say goodbye.
Remember me in your heart.
Who betrayed me in Paris
and why did you wait so long?
I find your ladyship's attitude surprising.
The answers to those questions
are no concern of yours.
On my knees I beg you,
I employ you to show mercy.
I'm not in the business of mercy Madame.
I haven't the money.
Even if I wished
how could I without my husband knowing?
Oh you'd be exceedingly ill advised
not to make an effort.
Do your worst.
You will not have a penny from me,
My grandsons were punished enough.
I hear from them only seldom.
They wish to spare me their misery I think.
This monster who brought about their downfall?
He lives and breathes Mr. Holmes
with a smiling face
and a heart of marble.
You should have come to me sooner.
If only I'd known of you sooner.
A friend gave me your name.
He has a high regard,
for your sense of justice.
Do you read poetry?
Try a leaf.
CAM devil.
This is the only clue I can offer you.
Maybe it will help.
I wish nothing for myself Mr. Holmes.
It is too late for that.
I wish only
to save others.
3:45 for London.
I felt great sadness there.
To think that that house
must have reverberated to the sounds
of those boys growing up.
Man who preys upon weakness
with a smiling face
and a heart of marble.
A master blackmailer.
I've heard whisper of him
yet no one has put a name to him.
Well there's no mention of blackmail.
Even a whisper of a newspaper column.
You have reported it?
Of her two grandchildren,
George the elder,
and Vike Kroft
was caught in a moment of indiscretion,
referred to the paper as the Badger Game.
It seems to involve a gentleman
being lured to the bed of a prostitute
then being discovered
Infle Grande Delecto by a third party.
As usual the sensational press has got it wrong.
The lady was an actress that is true
but it was no [unintelligible]
Mrs. Hudson!
He was married Holmes
into one of the highest family's in the land.
The paper's made plenty of that.
And the younger boy?
Now, he revenged for his brother,
took a revolver to the footman,
who's name was,
uh Veitch,
burst in upon him,
shot him in the face.
The man lived
but was disfigured for life.
After the trial he disappeared.
It is Veitch we must find
to lead us to our prize.
Ms. Hudson are you not well?
Of course I'm well.
Then please you know I hate the smell of cabbage.
Surely the brothers would know they're tormenter.
The older brother fled the country in disgrace.
Edward joined him having served his sentence,
they're now living richly somewhere in France.
Goodbye Mrs. Hudson.
Thank you.
There is one curiosity.
C.A.M Devil.
Read it for clues if you wish.
I rather liked Henneson.
But later.
I'd prefer you to direct your energies
towards the gossip columnists.
The Grasslands.
The Grasslands Watson
for which our serpent lies.
Do tell us where you're going Charlotte.
Oh yes do tell.
Lottie where are you going?
Shall I, dearest.
What's that my love?
Tell them where we're going for our honeymoon.
I've no objections.
It's Buddley Solterton.
How romantic.
It is actually very.
I shall have to choose
somewhere abroad for a honeymoon.
Paris or Rome.
You may Daphne.
But if one's fate is to marry a soldier,
abroad may well be one's whole life.
And your honeymoon Lady Eva?
Have you and Harry decided yet?
Constantinople I think.
Sounds delightful.
Now you've made him envious.
Not at all.
Charlotte my dear,
I must return to barracks.
Shall I see you this evening?
No, duties forbid.
Our regimental dinner alas.
Lottie he is gorgeous.
He's divine.
How'd you get so lucky Charlotte?
But where is Buddley Solterton?
Oh I'm so happy for you Lottie.
What is this?
It's not in my hand.
My dear Colonel
you don't expect me
to give you the original do you?
Where did you get this?
Who gave it to you?
Oh well,
who but the object of your affections.
I don't believe it.
It's not possible.
What do you want from me?
Two hundred pounds!
For it all to be blown away.
I won't part with a penny.
I'll see you in hell first.
Think of your lovely bride Colonel.
What have you done to me?
One has to ask oneself
how much butter can one eat?
Dotty Martian apparently
got seventeen salt and pepper parts.
It's true.
I was thinking of a way of dealing with it
was to... Help me.
Was to mail her politely,
always useful until the awful day
when always useless,
she said to the Duchess.
Yes, it's true.
Lillie overheard her didn't you Lillie?
Yes my lady.
Harry wanted us to be married at sea
on a pirate ship with only the crew invited
but one really can't can we?
No my dear one really can't.
I made an extremely foolish wager
but I ended up boxing a dragoon.
And will you mend for the nuptials,
my dear fellow, in three days?
You have a small flutter in itself.
Thick socks for cold feet.
You can rarely hopes they won't be needed.
Yeah my grandfather fancied himself
as something of a pugilist.
He was a fortho.
I remember one summer in Ireland,
I must have been about
eight years old I suppose.
He decided to give me a lesson,
I've never been so frightened in my life.
Lottie what is it?
What's the problem?
There's some letters.
Looks like it's goodbye Buddley Solterton.
I must go to her.
No my angel.
Prince Muir is about to marry Baroness Haganlod.
Lost his first wife, Princess Mary Devagram
ten years ago.
Lord Rosebury has accepted an invitation
to dine at the Cutler's Feast in Sheffield.
You're not trying Watson.
Well really Holmes?
I've been reading things out
since half past eight this morning.
You haven't reacted to a single article.
I shall react I assure you
the moment you read out something
which catches my attention.
Oh this is interesting.
Lord Hockstein of English Cricketers
are leaving next month
for Philadelphia and Toronto.
What on earth does that continent
know about cricket?
The honorable Miss Miles
has broken off her engagement
to Colonel Dorking
two days before the wedding.
The most important item
in a woman's appearance this winter
will be her headgear.
I've come to light the fire for you sir.
Not at the moment thank you.
Go away.
Mr. Sherlock Holmes?
It's from Colonel Dorking.
Who delivered it?
His batman.
This is Colonel Dorking.
His engagement to the honorable Miss Miles
was broken off yesterday.
You see I was listening.
It's Lastrade.
I don't know that he's in Inspector.
Mr. Holmes,
you know what I'm here for.
No prey tell me.
I've come for the letter,
which arrived in that envelope.
It was stolen from the rooms
of Colonel John Dorking
and delivered into the hands of Doctor Watson
not twenty minutes ago.
Do you have it?
Delivered, yes but stolen?
It was a postal note to me Lastrade.
It's police evidence.
The Colonel is dead.
Yes we know.
by his own hand.
Foul play is not suspected is it?
How can you be so sure it isn't?
Because the note made it clear.
why should he write to you
if he's topping himself?
Did you know the man?
I had no knowledge of him.
Oh answer my question
or better still
show me the letter.
It will tell you nothing.
So it seems to me
on the point of engaging you
he must have changed his mind.
And took a soldier's way out.
What does he mean by
We'll never know Inspector.
But he was engaged to be married damn it.
Well wouldn't be the first time
and it won't be the last.
So it was blackmail you'd say?
Well done Lastrade.
No need for sarcasm Mr. Holmes.
Your as much in the dark,
as we are then
about who this blackmailer might be.
You can be sure of one thing
Colonel Dorking was not his first victim
and will not be his last.
Goodbye Lastrade.
You will let me know
if you hear of anything?
I made a hideous mistake.
I need your services.
The only pity is
he didn't name the blackmailer.
He did.
This came with the letter.
Charles Augustus Milverton,
Appledore Towers, Hampstead, Art Dealer.
I've had to deal with
fifty murderers in my career,
but the worst of them never gave me
this sense of revulsion
which that I feel at this moment towards
Mr. Charles Augustus Milverton.
Milverton's lair.
It's a fortress.
Are you surprised?
Charles Augustus
Is he a foreigner,
He's built his own prison.
He's a man who loathes the human race.
What circumstances might bring him to that?
Well boy brought up in lonely isolation,
starved of affection.
Probably in one of London's outer suburbs.
Outer, why not Soho or Lesters Square.
Cause, my dear Holmes, those places
with all there vices team like wolves,
generosity of spirit and humanity.
That's interesting.
Tonight I have an assignment for you
if you're willing
to visit an art gallery.
What will you be doing?
Don't you think that the honorable Miss Miles
might be more worth a visit
since Dorking wrote to you?
That is past Watson.
What we must do now
is fastened ourselves onto his next victim.
So this evening I'm to discover
all I can about Milverton?
His reputation.
His background.
And how those perceive him.
Do I engage him in conversation?
Yes but with caution.
His lordship has taken ill at lunch my lady.
It is feared he may have suffered a stroke.
Oh poor Uncle Charles.
Her ladyship is with him now.
He should be pleased that you're back.
Oh Diana.
May I see him?
He's sleeping.
Wait a little.
How bad is it?
Doctor Bainey's not optimistic.
If he lives
he'll be paralyzed.
Eva there's a ceremony
that I have to attend this evening.
The unveiling of my portrait
by a young artist.
Just a brief appearance
but I promised him that I'd be there.
Will you come take care of him?
Of course.
Here's a maid.
Come about the job sir.
Well come in then.
So what have you got to sell me my dear?
What is your name?
Lillie sir.
Awe, Lady Eva Blackwell.
It occurs to me
that I might not have been
invited to this viewing Holmes.
What if I'm not admitted huh?
Is that Mr. Holmes just going out?
Not that I recognize Doctor.
Without more ado ladies and gentlemen
I shall perform the ceremony
for which we are gathered.
I think she's gentler
and more beautiful than that.
I should insist on Whistler painting you.
[speaking french].
It was a great honor.
I would like to go soon.
The boy has caught you to perfection Lady Swinstead.
I don't believe we've been introduced.
Charles Augustus Milverton
at your service.
Excuse me,
Lady Swinstead, I'm afraid.
My husband?
Forgive me.
A most beautiful lady.
Lady Swinstead.
I wonder though
if he's quite got her mouth right.
Do I know you?
You work for Milverton don't you?
Is he good to work for?
He would be if weren't for the bloody plumbing.
Always drippin off the spout
and it's always my fault.
Look what you've done.
That's my pint is it?
Now give us a kiss.
Get off.
Get off Robert.
Get off.
We never sent for the plumber.
Oh hello.
It was Stokes.
Oh was it?
Robert this is...what's your name?
We plumb the depths,
it's my firms motto.
He says you sent for him.
Where's the trouble?
Awe, I see.
What's going on here?
I asked you what's going on here?
He's come about the plumbing Mr. Hebworth.
I took the liberty of asking him
to come and look at it.
Didn't I Aggie?
You have no right to take liberties.
I'm in charge here.
But we do need it done Mr. Hebworth.
I mean, Mr. Milverton was only saying yesterday
that there was a very, ugly smell
coming from the piping.
Very well.
Carry on then.
He came in late
and went out early.
Thank you Mrs. Hudson.
Shame isn't it?
He was a fine statesmen Watson.
It was his diplomacy, I'm told,
which eased Anglo-French relationships
at a most delicate time some year's back.
To think that I was there
with his widow when the news was broken to her.
I exchanged a word with him.
A more calculatingly insincere smile
I never hope to see.
Charles Augustus.
And described to me as a connoisseur
in art matters.
A businessman who can make or raise
the fortune's of any artist
to whom he devotes himself.
Stems of hell!
He's a member of a number of London clubs.
On the basis I suppose
that there are those who do not oppose him.
Not the Diogenes.
I heard my brother Microft
that he presented himself
and was turned away with a flea in his ear.
You're gentleman blackmailer
was born in Balum.
The only son of a glazer and his wife.
Your source of information?
Oh a variety of sources.
I applied your methods.
How have you faired?
I've entered the fortress
I'm a plumber of a rising business,
Escotts my name.
The butler, who goes under the name of Hebworth,
is none other than Veitch the footman,
who was shot in the face.
I'm certain of it.
Perhaps he was employed by Milverton
as a reward for keeping his silence
during the Kroft scandal.
I wonder.
You got air compression in your cell pipes
Mr. Hebworth.
That's the cause of the evil smell in this house.
What this warrants is a save all below it
so the dirty water don't get clogged up.
What the devil are you doing here?
It's the plumber sir.
There's no need of a plumber in this room.
Get out.
This is masters special room.
and you stay out now.
I'll see you later it's my plumber.
I don't care if I do make him jealous.
His ideas are...
I don't like your master Aggie.
I think he's a shady character.
Your right he is.
Oh God.
She won't come here for that Job.
Why would she want to work here for?
She was a real lady's maid,
you could tell by her clothes.
What was she after then?
I think you're getting to a bit too curious.
Yes you are
and I'm getting cold.
Snuggling good.
Just a kiss.
I don't know how.
Poor boy.
I've had an idea.
A way in which we bring this fellow Milverton
within the grasp of the law.
If we could tempt him to blackmail
an innocent person we should have him.
Now suppose...
suppose I was to be the recipient
of some indiscreet letters.
You Watson?
Who would prey write these letters?
Someone of our acquaintance.
And you and your plumbing persona
could offer them for sale.
And at the moment of transaction
Lastrade would be on hand to arrest him.
But legally we cannot move
until some victim is prepared
to sacrifice their reputation
by going to the police.
There must be some way
we can fight this devil.
There is.
There is.
In a mere three weeks, my love,
this all will be yours.
I feel unworthy of it.
There's no woman on earth more worthy.
I feel unwell.
I know what it is your feeling.
It's your Uncle Charles,
I do understand.
We have our future ahead.
We have each other for the rest of our lives.
Where can I find Monsieur Vetron?
Sherlock Holmes.
Good evening monsieur.
You see I've tried to bring
a little bit of Paris to London.
Camille [unintelligible] is simple.
C-A-M, C.A.M.
Watson you know sometimes
you absolutely amaze me.
He allows it to be known
that he is prepared to pay very high sums
for letters, which come from wise people
of wealth and position.
Do you receive, do you receive these letters from
valets and maids?
Not only them
sometimes, how do you say,
gentile ruffian
who have the confidence and affection
of trusting women?
No one knows where Camille's grip may fall.
You are his agent, his conductor?
No, no, no, we go back a number of years.
Rarely people are stupid enough
to trust their servants.
Did you help conduct a housemaid to him recently?
And what his your interest monsieur?
I have a friend
who may have something to sell.
Oh yes?
Well come this way.
Tell me about him.
Well he needs to know the procedure.
The matter is delicate.
Of course.
It always is.
He's a personal physician
to the Duke and Duchess of Landish.
Now this housemaid
who came by recently?
She's here tonight
celebrating her birthday.
In a year from now
she'll be on the streets.
At whose expense?
Lady Eva Blackwell.
Engaged to the Earl of Dovercourt.
Said to be married within weeks.
She must submit herself to our care.
Somehow without delay.
How dare you come into this house.
How dare you.
My dear young lady
a show of temper
will avail you nothing.
I can't pay you.
I haven't the money to pay you.
Give me back my letters.
Ieave me alone.
You must be resourceful
in finding the money.
You have influential friends.
Surely they'll come to your aid.
No they won't.
Who can I tell?
That's not my concern.
The Earl of Dovercourt my lady.
Don't fuss.
Oh there's a good fellow.
Now Henry.
This is Mr. Milverton.
I'm honored to meet you my Lord.
And what is your business here?
Shall we share with his lordship
our little secret Lady Eva?
As you wish.
My card sir.
Thank you.
Good day at you both.
What time is it?
Twenty past four.
How much longer Escott?
Well if you'll forgive me
for saying so Mr. Hebworth,
you're plumbing's in the shocking stage.
It's the worst I've ever seen.
Two more days
then you're out.
Come and see me tonight.
Oh Aggie.
I have it under authority
that she rides this way
every Sunday afternoon.
Would you recognize her?
Well I've seen her likeness in a magazine
if she's with Dovercourt, I might.
Boy get the horse.
I'm a Doctor.
Her godmother lives just over there.
We could carry her
if it's safe to lift her doctor.
There's no injury
I'm so sorry to be of so much trouble.
You lay where you are my dear.
You're in safe hands now.
Lady Swinstead.
All England shares in your grief.
My colleague, Doctor Watson,
is attending Lady Eva.
Poor child is very disturbed
by the death of my husband.
There's nothing serious Lady Swinstead
but I would advise you to make her rest
and get her own doctor to see her.
Of course.
Thank you Doctor Watson.
May Lady Eva need my services
It was Milverton who caused her fall.
She saw his carriage.
He rings the nerves of his victims
to add to his already swollen moneybags.
He is the worst man in London.
Seething, slithering and sly.
Yes is there nothing better we can do
than spend our time here Holmes?
You have any suggestions?
Confront him.
Challenge him.
The brain before the cudgel rule.
just like him,
he'll squeeze his victims
till he's drained them dry
and we're doing nothing to stop him.
You must eat child.
What's troubling you?
Are you expecting someone?
I'm just thinking about my wedding.
Now tell me the truth.
What time do they
go to bed in this house Aggie?
What do you want to know for?
So I know when it's safe to visit you.
You could always come in over the wall.
Throw pebbles at my window.
Which is your window?
I'll only tell you
if you marry me love.
Oh Aggie I can't.
Then I wont tell.
You have such a way with words.
All right.
I'm at the very, very top on the corner
and Master, he's a floor below
but he's next to the garden
and Monsieur Hebworth
he's on the ground floor
just across from the study.
Lewis is sleeping don't you come wake him.
There's a joke in the servant's hall.
Why don't he sleep upstairs?
Because the master wants him on guard.
He's afraid of burglars.
Are you a burglar?
You touched my heart.
I will make you a gift of mine.
Off you go.
Off you go.
Maximilian, who let you out.
Come here.
Robert, Stop it.
Stop it.
I'll get you Escott.
He's just around the corner.
What's this bloody racket?
Well there...
Watson you'll be interested to hear
that I'm engaged to be married.
Oh yeah?
To the Milverton's housemaid.
Good heavens.
I needed information.
Surely you've gone too far.
It was a most necessary step.
I've walked with her,
talked with her.
heaven knows talks.
But the girl?
Can't help it Watson.
One must play one's cards as best one can
when such a stake is on the table.
However, I rejoice to tell you
that I have a hated rival
that will cut me out
the moment my back is turned.
What a splendid day it is.
You like this weather?
She's here.
My father died when I was 12.
My mother stays in the country.
Lord and Lady Swinstead
have made London home to me
but indeed they arranged my season last year.
Give me your gloves.
Oh Mrs. Hudson,
what do you think you're doing?
You haven't been out this morning Mr. Holmes
and you don't have to be a detective
to see that this young lady
is recently up from a sick bed.
Isn't that so my dear?
We must put some roses back in those cheeks.
Thank you.
The broth is an excellent idea.
Mrs. Hudson will you vanish?
I said vanish.
He was my first love.
The son of some neighbors of ours in Suffick
but we were ill matched.
He had few prospects.
When I came down to London
Iast year for the season
I broke off with him.
I didn't realize how much I hurt him.
He returned my letters
and I put them away in a trunk,
which I keep with me.
Now the substance of these letters?
They're just a little foolish.
But sufficient to cause your fiance misgiving?
Harry's so proud of me.
It frightens me sometimes
that I cannot live up to
his expectation of me.
Was it your maid who found these letters?
Lillie yes.
I trusted her.
I cannot believe
she could have betrayed me like this.
How would this Lillie
know about Milverton?
I think the idea
may have come to her
through a misfortune
that befell a friend of mine,
who was to have married
a Colonel Dorking.
And Mr. Milverton
sent her some letters.
They were very distressing.
Lillie and I were there
when she received them.
To think the same fate has befallen me.
It will be all right Lady Eva.
What could you do?
My marriage is on the 18th.
He's demanding that
the money be paid to him
four days prior to the wedding on the 14th,
on the day of the dance.
Lord Dovercourt has arranged a wedding feast
and invited half of London.
I'm dreading it.
If you will place yourself in my hands
I'll inform Mr. Milverton
that you've commissioned me to meet him
to make the best terms that I can huh?
I have limited resources Mr. Holmes.
But enough for me to bargain with
I cannot approach him empty handed.
Thank you.
My best wishes to your Godmother.
Lady Eva?
You must trust Mr. Holmes
and his methods.
Mrs. Hudson will see you out.
That young lady, Holmes,
must be treated with infinite care
unlike your other recent escapade.
Oh Watson,
it took some nerve for her
to come here alone.
It is my belief that Lady Eva
and the Milverton housemaid
have something in common.
And what is that?
Watson juice
in the face of adversity.
Now Mr. Milverton.
Well, well, well.
I am so glad to see you.
Paris wasn't the answer.
You've been hard to find.
What were you doing?
I fell asleep.
Johnson told me about your Uncle Charles.
I'm so sorry.
I stayed here to comfort Diana but
this house is so sad.
We'll call again at 6:30.
You ready?
Mr. Sherlock Holmes.
This gentlemen is it discreet?
Dr. Watson is my friend and partner.
It is purely in the interest of your client
that I protest it.
The matter is so very delicate.
Dr. Watson has already thought of that.
May I?
Oh thank you.
Then we may proceed to business.
You said in your note
that you are acting for the Lady Eva,
are you empowered
to accept my terms?
What are your terms?
Seven thousand pounds?
And the alternative?
My dear sir,
it is painful for me to discuss it
but I can say
that all of this is done
with most careful consideration
and if the money is not paid
on the 14th then there certainly
will be no marriage on the 1 8th.
We are, of course, familiar
with the contents of these letters.
We shall advise our client
to tell her future husband the whole story
and trust to his generosity.
Well then you evidently do not know the Earl.
What harm is there in these letters?
They are sprightly
very sprightly.
The lady was a charming correspondent.
But I assure you the Earl of Dovercourt
will fail to appreciate them.
However, if you think otherwise,
it's purely a matter of business.
If you think it in the
best interests of your client
then it would indeed be foolish
to pay so large a sum of money.
You go too fast.
We would certainly make every effort
to avoid scandal in so delicate a matter.
I felt sure that you see it in that light.
Damn you.
Lady Eva is not a wealthy woman.
Two thousand pounds
would be total drain on her resources.
The sum you named
utterly beyond her power.
Return the letters at the price we indicate,
I assure you,
it is the highest you can get.
What you say maybe true of the lady's resources
but the surely the occasion of her marriage
is it not a proper time for her friends
and relations to make
some little effort on her behalf?
They may hesitate as to an acceptable wedding present
but this little bundle of letters
would bring more joy
than all the candelabras
and butter dishes in London
wouldn't it?
It is not possible.
Oh dear me then.
How very unfortunate.
I cannot help feeling that ladies
are ill advised
in not making an effort.
Look at this.
This belongs to,
well perhaps it's hardly fair to tell you
to whom it belongs until tomorrow morning
when it will be in the hands
of the lady's husband.
And all because she will not find
a beggarly sum
which she could easily do
simply by turning some of her
diamonds into paste.
It is such a pity!
You may have noticed a small paragraph
recently in the Morning Post.
The sudden end of the engagement
between the Honorable Miss Miles
and Colonel Dorking?
Yes and it's tragic consequences.
You can almost call it murder.
How do you answer for that Mr. Milverton?
How a man conducts himself
under such circumstances
is a matter for himself alone.
That is a monstrous accession.
It was you
and you alone who caused his death.
And the sum involved niggardly.
Indeed a mere twelve hundred pounds
would have settled the whole questions.
Pitiful isn't it?
And yet I find you Mr. Holmes,
a man of sense,
boggling over terms
when the whole future
and honor of your client is at stake.
You surprise me.
You do really.
The money cannot be found.
Surely it would be better for you
to take the substantial sum we offer
than to ruin this young woman's career,
which can profit you in no way.
But you're mistaken.
An exposure would profit me indirectly
to a considerable degree.
I have eight or ten
similar cases materializing.
If it is circulated that I have made
a severe example of Lady Eva.
I'll shall find the rest
much more open to reason.
Do you see my point?
Let us see the contents of those letters.
Mr. Holmes.
Mr. Holmes I've been expecting you
to do something original.
This has been tried so often before.
Young Edward Kroft for one.
The footman Veitch
who took the bullet that was rightfully yours.
You've done some work on me.
So you must know that nothing ever came
of an attack on my person.
I'm armed to the teeth
at all times
and I'm perfectly prepared to use my weapons
and knowing that the law will support me.
You may well have your chance
to test your assumption.
Mrs. Hudson I am not to be disturbed.
Mr. Holmes surely you don't believe
I'd be so foolish to carry my livelihood
here in my pocket?
Just making sure Mr. Milverton.
Well now gentlemen,
I have one or two little interviews this evening
and it's a long drive to Hampstead.
Now someone has dealt Milverton a blow.
An outraged husband
just as there are thousands
in this grey city
who crave Milverton's destruction
and may yet beat us to it.
I'm as fond of art as any man
but don't you think after yesterday's encounter...
Art is bond to the brain
especially in moments of decision.
So we've learned something about Milverton.
That he's ruthless
is hardly a revelation.
And that of his vanity
and to a certain
his vulnerability.
I can see that the damage to his carriage
might have unsettled him.
We must exploit such things.
Wanton vandalism.
Any chink in the armor.
Mr. Holmes
this is my friend
the Honorable Charlotte Miles.
Mr. Sherlock Holmes
and his partner Mr. Watson.
Lady Eva may speak privately to you?
Mrs. Miles
please accept our sympathy.
Mr. Holmes and I
are fully aware of your situation.
That is most kind of you Doctor Watson
but one has to live with one's mistakes.
He was unyielding.
Now the next move
requires your delicate cooperation.
I'll do anything you say Mr. Holmes.
The dance in your honor?
On the 14th.
Good afternoon Mr. Stokes?
I told you I was not to be disturbed girl
what is it?
It's Mr. Sherlock Holmes to see you sir.
"Oh Aggie, you've touched my heart."
Mr. Holmes?
I'm here to inform you
that my client accepts your terms.
She's acted with perspicacity.
She begs but a small favor.
What is it?
That the exchange be delayed until the 1 5th.
The Earl has arranged a dance
for the previous night
and she is somewhat preoccupied with that.
The dance yes.
So 1 0 o'clock the following morning
we can do business?
Seven thousand pounds?
As agreed.
Here or at Baker's Street?
Here, Baker Street.
Neutral ground perhaps.
The Diogenes club
you are a member?
May I?
Tell me this sudden turnabout
was it on your advice?
I could not abandon
my client to her fate
Mr. Milverton.
You are the victor.
What a divine fragrance.
My late husband and I were
something of a second family to her
so you see my concern?
This man who is blackmailing her?
Charles Augustus Milverton
he's an arts dealer.
I've heard of him.
He's well placed to hear the gossip
and do his worst.
What view does Mr. Holmes take of it?
Well I'm sure he has something in mind
but he seldom confides in me
till the last minute.
Awe Holmes.
Lady Swinstead is fully primed for the situation.
Time is running out
Mr. Holmes.
If it is a question of paying the money...
That will not be necessary.
You can give assurance then?
That would be unwise in me Lady Swinstead
but I assure you
I will give it my best.
I shall have to be satisfied with that then.
Mr. Holmes?
This man must be
Does she know about Milverton?
A name?
Yes I told her.
Was that wrong of me?
Oh Watson these bills,
they must be paid.
Oh, incidentally I managed to secure
an invitation for us both to the Dovercourt dance.
The house is some miles from London
but in reach for my purposes.
What purposes?
I intend to burgle
the Milverton house that night.
For heaven sakes Holmes
think what you're doing.
Well let us look at it fairly and clearly.
You will admit
that the cause is morally justifiable.
Technically criminal.
No more than raiding his pockets a cause,
which you were perfectly willing to help me.
That was on the spurt of the moment
not on the coal light of reason.
Is there reasoning to be done Watson?
Nothing to test my brain?
That's the curse of it.
If you're caught,
an honored career
ending in failure and public disgrace.
What failure?
What disgrace?
Against defeat.
You know me well enough
that I would never adopt
so objectionable a course
if another were possible.
I must have those letters.
And have the house in the palm of my hand.
The cudgel before the brain.
What of the odious Milverton?
Do you think he's just going to open his gates
and invite you to stroll in?
Milverton will be at the dance
as the guest of Lady Eva's.
That's monstrous Holmes.
My self-respect and reputation are at stake
it's the only way.
Well I don't like it,
any of it.
You have nothing to fear.
Mrs. Hudson why did you tidy for me?
Where the hell are my shoes?
Black silk handkerchief.
I see you have a natural turn
for this sort of thing.
I wonder where I learned it.
Take the usual precautions tonight.
I will.
Enjoy your evening.
The people are at risks here Holmes.
Yes indeed.
We leave in eight minutes.
Excuse me sir,
Her ladyship would like to see you upstairs.
That man
is he an invited guest?
Yes it's something Eva schemed.
The painting.
The old girl is probably trying to
whittle down the price by inviting him here.
Don't worry yourself Diana.
It's all right.
How strange
to see you here Mr. Holmes.
Mixing business with pleasure?
There's no doubt you are.
purely pleasure this evening Mr. Holmes
I assure you
You will be keeping our appointment.
I am expecting a visitor in an half an hour.
Servants are playing while the master's away.
Milvertons carriage
no time to lose the door.
You made me curtail
my evening's entertainment.
I hope you prove worth it.
You couldn't have come at a more sociable time?
Well if you couldn't, you couldn't
if the Countess is a hard mistress
you have a chance now to get even with her.
Bless the girl, what are you shivering about?
That's right!
Pull yourself together.
Now then, let's get down to business.
You save you have five letters, which compromise
the Countess D' Albert?
You want to sell them.
I want to buy them.
So far, so good.
So it remains to fix the price.
Of course I shall want to examine the letters.
If they prove to be good specimens then...
Great heavens, it is you?
A woman who's life you have ruined.
You were so obstinate.
Paris twelve years ago.
Why did you drive me to such extremities?
An episode long closed.
I wouldn't hurt a fly of my own accord.
You waited for the moment
when the stakes was most worth winning.
What was I to do?
I put the price well within your means.
Instead you sent the letters to my husband.
You would not pay.
A man whose boots I was never worthy to lace-
you broke his gallant heart,
vial creature.
That day I came here I prayed,
I begged you for mercy,
and you laughed in my face
as you are trying to laugh now,
your coward heart cannot keep
you lips from twitching.
Don't imagine that you can bully me
I'm only to raise my voice
You will ruin no more lives.
I can call my servants and have you arrested.
You will wring no more hearts
as you have wrung mine Charles Milverton.
I will make allowance for your natural anger.
Leave the room at once
and I'll say no more about it.
I will free the world of a poisonous thing.
You've done me.
The fire.
Lady Swinstead
you're free.
Now gentlemen
the sale of the property
of Charles A. Milverton
described, deceased.
Lot one,
a box of miscellaneous objects,
do hear five pounds?
Thank you sir.
The stuart from the Vetron household
making sure.
Lot two,
bust of Athena,
ancient Goddess of wisdom, industry and war.
Now what do I have for this fine marble statue?
Ten pounds?
Twenty pounds.
I have thirty pounds.
I have fifty pounds sir.
Eighty pounds.
Ninety pounds against you sir.
At ninety.
One hundred pounds.
More sir?
Sold to the gentleman over there
for one hundred pounds.
Mr. Holmes.
Bought it in an auction Mrs. Hudson.
It cost a hundred pounds.
Why has he smashed it?
I thought there might be something in it.
I'm more than happy to say that I was wrong.
Thank you Mrs. Hudson
why is a point of interest Holmes
did the Frenchman want it?
Sentimental reasons.
Just making sure.
No Watson.
There are certain aspects in which I am not proud.
bury this case
deep in your pocket.
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Stargate SG1 4x14 The Serpents Venom
Stargate SG1 4x15 Chain Reaction
Stargate SG1 4x16 2010
Stargate SG1 4x17 Absolute Power
Stargate SG1 4x18 The Light
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
Stargate SG1 5x11 Desperate Measures
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
Stargate SG1 5x20 The Sentinel
Stargate SG1 5x21 Meridian
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
Stargate SG1 6x08 The Other Guys
Stargate SG1 6x09 Allegiance
Stargate SG1 6x10 Cure
Stargate SG1 6x11 Prometheus
Stargate SG1 6x12 Unnatural Selection
Stargate SG1 6x13 Sight Unseen
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
Stargate SG1 6x21 Prophecy
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
Stargate SG1 7x20 Inauguration
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)