The dean of detectives, Sherlock Holmes is a master of disguise — so his doll comes with 10 different costumes, plus the familiar magnifying glass, deerstalker cap, and calabash pipe. This collection also includes five of his colleagues and adversaries: the loyal Dr. Watson, the nefarious Profe... read more
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The dean of detectives, Sherlock Holmes is a master of disguise — so his doll comes with 10 different costumes, plus the familiar magnifying glass, deerstalker cap, and calabash pipe. This collection also includes five of his colleagues and adversaries: the loyal Dr. Watson, the nefarious Professor Moriarty, Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard, Mrs. Hudson, and Irene Adler, the only woman to outwit Holmes. Plus, 60 interchangeable heads portray a variety of actors who have played Holmes and Watson over the years.
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