(1937) Bruno Guttner, Fritz Odemar, Peter Voss, Alice Brandt, Friedrich Kayssler. This German version of the Sherlock Holmes classic boasts many fine sets and misty surroundings—and it’s transferred from a beautiful 35mm print! We all know the plot—a curse has plagued the Baskerville family for 200 years. Is there a deathless hound that still stalks the moors looking for new victims? The scenes with the killer hound are really well done. Guttner and Odemar are no Rathbone and Bruce, but they do an admirable job in a film filled with wonderful music and brilliant black and white cinematography. Wow. 35mm.