I noticed that the BBC production of The Hound Of The Baskervilles with Tom Baker as Sherlock Holmes was on YouTube. It's not out on DVD, other than a bootleg at a place like this. It's from 1982 and there are 4 parts. It was produced by Barry Letts who Tom Baker had worked with on Doctor Who. The production was directed by Peter Dugiud and written by Alexander Baron. The man playing Dr Watson is Terence Rigby, a competent actor who's been in all sorts of British tv programs and quite a few feature films. He does an ok job with his Watson. Tom Baker said he didn't like his performance very much. He's not so awful you can't watch him but he's not going to replace Jeremy Brett at the top of the list of great Holmes portrails. There's not much of anything special about the production. They do ok on the sets and location shooting. There are plenty of old piles about Britain that can easily create great locations, both in the city and the country. It's worth a look for the Sherlock Holmes fan and some of the Doctor Who fans out there. I enjoyed it for the most part.