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['Costumes owe something to Rathbone and Bruce']

Patrick Macnee, who died June 22 at the age of 93, was Dr. Watson, and Roger Moore was Sherlock Holmes, in “Sherlock Holmes in New York”, made for television in 1976. Macnee took the same role in two films that starred Christopher Lee as Holmes, and then played Holmes himself in “The Hound of London” (1993). Best known for his role in television's “The Avengers”, Macnee also appeared in an episode of “Magnum, PI” in 1984 as a retired British agent who believed himself to be Sherlock Holmes... shades of George C. Scott in “They Might Be Giants”!
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