Russian Video: The Hound of the Baskervilles/Собака Баскервилей (Movie)!


Today we continue watching famous Russian screen versions of Arthur Conan Doyle stories about the greatest detective Sherlock Holmes and his companion Doctor Watson. The Hound of the Baskervilles (Собака Баскервилей) movie was made by Igor Maslennikov as a movie director in 1981.

The beginning of the stories we published at two previous weekends, you can watch them before The Hound of the Baskervilles (Собака Баскервилей) or after it does not matter:

Russian Video: Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson (Movie. Part.1)!
Russian Video: Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson (Movie. Part.2)! (1979)

Make yourself a delicious cup of tea or coffee,
We are going to watch a second part of movie!


Directed by Igor Maslennikov
Written by A. Conan Doyle (novel)
Igor Maslennikov
Yuri Veksler
Music by Vladimir Dashkevich
Cinematography Dmitri Dolinin
Vladimir Ilyin


Vasily Livanov as Sherlock Holmes
Vitaly Solomin as Dr. Watson
Rina Zelyonaya as Mrs. Hudson
Borislav Brondukov as Inspector Lestrade
Irina Kupchenko as Beryl Stapleton
Nikita Mikhalkov as Sir Henry Baskerville
Alla Demidova as Laura Lyons
Sergey Martinson as Mr. Frankland
Oleg Yankovsky as Stapleton
Aleksandr Adabashyan as Barrymore
Svetlana Kryuchkova as Mrs. Barrymore
Evgeny Steblov as Dr. Mortimer

© LENFILM, 1981.

Russian Video from Russia
Svet and Kyle

We are glad to find out that the whole set of Russian Sherlock Holmes movies (6 DVDs) is still available. Check it:

comments always welcome.

6 thoughts on “Russian Video: The Hound of the Baskervilles/Собака Баскервилей (Movie)!

  1. Pingback: From Russia: The Hound of the Baskervilles! (Soviet era) « Windows to Russia

  2. Pavel Gromnic

    Wow!!!!! This was gorgeous. Thank you so much. I’ve seen a lot of versions of this story, and I was completely mesmerized by the scenery, cast and new details.

  3. Adam Mokanszki


    Could you help me how can I get this movie to be downloaded? I was looking for it everywhere with english subtitles and I failed! Please help thanks!

  4. Nele


    It’s definitely genious story and the Maslennikov’s movie very nice adaption of it, but what I simply can’t understand, is the fact that the Sir. Henry needs to eat the porridge. Why on earth?! He is a rich man, though. I thought that the porridge was in that time of England the diet of the poor?


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