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The Naval Treaty


The case of a mysterious document serves to reunite the esteemed Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson twenty years after their retirement.



Air Dates

  • First Run - April 2, 1982
  • Repeat - July 6, 1982





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5 Responses to Episode 1310

It would have been a 5 star instead of 4,if it weren't for Watson. Sorry but I just didn't like the way Grant sounded.

Randy Mc

CBS RMT is like visiting an old friend from childhood that you haven't seen in yrs. They invite you into their home on a cold and snowy afternoon, and from the moment you step into the door, you are impressed with the homey atmosphere of the place. There is a nice fire going in the fireplace, and good smells are coming out of the kitchen. Your friend invites you to take off your shoes, and put on some slippers so you can be comfortable. At dinnertime, you notice that your friend remembered your favorite dishes and encourages you to not be shy and eat as much as you want. Over dinner you reminisce over the good old days. After dinner, your friend brings out scrap books, yearbooks, and other momentos. You are invited to sit in one of the big comfortable recliners in front of the fireplace while your friend brings in a big full pot of piping hot choclate on a tray with two coffee cups and saucers. Instead of reclining in your chairs, you and your friend thumb through photos, letters, comic books, magazines, scrapbooks, yearbooks, and other momentos that have all been placed on a small but roomy oak table that is situated between the recliners. You spend hrs. Laughing and trying to wipe away a few tears as well while recalling your childhood and how so much time has gone by. When it comes time to leave, you really don't want to because seeing your friend took you back to your days in elementary through high school. You and your friend not only talked about friends, family and neighbors during your visit, but you even talked about the music during your childhood that was popular, the singers that performed them, and where were they now. You also talked about tv, tv shows, and fashion trends back in the seventies. You even laughed and helped each other remember the lyrics to hit songs and commercial jingles from the seventies. You even recalled some of the top newsmakers during the era such as the Watergate break in, and the Patty Hearst kidnapping. Upon leaving, ypur friend gives you several momentos to keep. You trade in your comfortable slippers for your regular shoes, and you put on your winter coat, gloves, and scarf to venture back out into freezing temperatures to face the real world, but before you go, your friend tells you that they thoroughly enjoyed your visit and they don't hesitate to invite you back. Please don't become a stranger, you're always welcome to come back. You know that your friend means it when they invite you back, and you know that you will come back because your friend has always been more like family, and seeing them again took you back in time to some of the best days of your life.


Kim, nice thoughts. Back to the episode. I tried twice to listen to this episode--I just got lost. Some of these episodes keep you spellbound--others do not. This is the latter. Not one of the better episodes. 2 stars.


Kim.. You have summed it up beautifully. CBSRMT is all that and a good night around the campfire telling stories over piping hot cups of cocoa, wrapped up in a wool blankey...


Kim, your written comment is much better than this episode was. Why did you chose this episode to post it in? This episode is a real snooze-fest. It is no Hound of the Baskervilles! I tried listening to it twice. First time I fell asleep within 10 minutes. Couldn't remember a single thing about the plot. Second night I managed to make it to the beginning of act 3 but it was so tedious when I awoke I still couldn't remember what crime was involved, only that the people were a bunch of wealthy English snobs.


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