In that impassive, colourless man, with his straw hat and his butterfly-net, I seemed to see something terrible—a creature of infinite patience and craft, with a smiling face and a murderous heart. Plot Dr calls upon and in to ask for advice. Stapleton says that he had invited Sir Henry over to Merripit House. One cannot judge simply by outward appearance, for his looks deceive the reader which is why other methods are used to determine a character. The two men catch sight of Selden and give chase but he manages to outrun them.
An invitation arrives for Sir Henry, asking him to dinner at Merripit Hall. He married a local beautiful woman called Beryl. Jack Stapleton is the main antagonist of the Sherlock Holmes novel The Hound Of The Baskervilles and was originally a rather innocent-looking former schoolmaster found of chasing butterflies on the moors and pursuing antiquarian interests. Stapleton's sister describes dramatically her encounter with the Hound on the moor, suggesting that it ravished her, whereupon she attempts to force herself upon the reluctant Watson, with Miss Stapleton undergoing supernatural transformations reminiscent of. Watson remarks that she seems to cry often. Barrymore's younger brother, Selden is presented as a depraved creature beyond reform. He had stood at the gate for ten minutes and then appeared to walk on tiptoe back to the house for some reason.
In reality Holmes does not intend to leave and has arranged that should join them. Certain that something insidious is afoot, Holmes sends Watson to Devonshire, where he is to accompany and protect Sir Henry while Holmes wraps up some business in London. They rush out onto the moor and discover what appears to be the prostrate body of Sir Henry Baskerville who has seemingly fallen to his death in an effort to escape something which horrified him. While a fraud as a schoolmaster, Stapleton was an active etymologist and botanist, passions that helped him to lay out a safe path through the marshy parts of the moors where he hid his hound. The film was presumed permanently lost for many decades, but was eventually rediscovered.
Stapleton later apologizes to Sir Henry and gives the explanation that he fears losing his sister's company if she should marry. Roger bought and trained a large hound dog to attack specific victims in his grand scheme to steal the fortune and kept it hidden in a mine in the middle of the moors, where is cries of hunger and pain could sometimes be heard. His first book he published was when he was still a student. Selden was dressed in Sir Henry's clothes because Barrymore had given them to the convict. The novel was published in serial form from 1901 to 1902. This was an age when many people were interested in historical matters to do with things like ancient documents and there ancestors. His hostility towards Holmes is also different in the movie from the book.
While Sir Henry was staying at a hotel, Roger bribed one of the staff to steal one of his shoes, so he could train the hound to attack him. Miss Stapleton Miss Beryl Stapleton is the woman believed to be Stapleton's sister, but who is actually his wife. By taking note of everything Watson observes and hints as he investigates the area around Baskerville Hall, we can follow the thought processes of Holmes and Watson straight to Stapleton. A fog compromises visibility, so the party has to retreat a bit. His violence in the book however differs greatly from his violence in the film. The book builds in details that hint at his involvement long before Holmes informs us for sure that he's guilty.
An autopsy revealed that Sir Charles had a weak heart and had spent many years suffering from heart disease. It starred and Vitaly Solomin. Starring Ian Richardson and Donald Churchill. In the book, he always avoided confrontation with Holmes because he found him superior to himself. Sir Henry had lived in Canada for much of his life and was returning to England to pick up his family estate and fortune.
So, when Holmes sees the portrait of Hugo Baskerville, the bad guy who started this whole Hound business by kidnapping a local girl, he immediately sees Stapleton's face staring out at him. Laura Lyons Laura Lyons is Old Frankland's daughter and Stapleton's mistress. When Sir Henry asks Mr. Sir Henry, Dr Mortimer and Dr Watson arrive in Devonshire and learn that a vicious murderer named has escaped from the nearby prison and is presumed to be hiding on the moor. Stapleton to trick the reader into thinking that there is nothing odd or malevolent about him yet he is a scheming manipulative villain. Vandeleur, and once managed a school. .
Murphy The only possible witness to Sir Charles's death, Murphy is a gipsy-horse dealer who lives out on the moor. Holmes explains that a very real hound has been set out with the scent from the boot stolen in London and the clothes Selden was wearing sealed his fate. He was believed to have died, but instead, he married and had Jack, his only son. The Baskerville estate is located out in the remote moor of Devonshire. He believed in the legend of the hound, a belief which his murderer used to scare him to death. It is clear that Stapleton wishes to use Sir Henry's attraction to his wife as bait to lure the baronet onto the moor and then loose the house upon him. Frankland Old Frankland is an old man who lives on the moor and enjoys causing legal trouble for his neighbors through frivolous lawsuits.