Aug
24
2013

Reblogged from sherlockholmesfanblog :

Mrs. Hudson!

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Aug
24
2013

Reblogged from bakerstreetbabes :

bakerstreetbabes:

Rebloggable by request.  ;) [Lyndsay]

bakerstreetbabes:

Rebloggable by request.  ;) [Lyndsay]

Aug
24
2013

Reblogged from sherlovecn :

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

'Als Sherlock Holmes aus Lhassa kam / The Return of Sherlock Holmes' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; illustrated by Richard Gutschmidt. Published 1905 by Robert Lutz Verlag, Stuttgart.

See the complete book here.

Jul
25
2013

Reblogged from sylicher :

tea-at-221b:

Behind the Scenes

tea-at-221b:

Behind the Scenes

Jul
25
2013

Reblogged from sherlovecn :

"Director Paul Annett told a fascinating tale regarding this scene which reveals much about the insecurity felt by Brett in the early days of the series:
“Jeremy got very nervous about being himself on the screen. We were filming the scene in “Scandal” where he takes off the groom’s make-up sitting in front of a mirror at 221B. […] So he was sitting there removing his make-up, using greasepaint and then suddenly he just dried. This was very unusual because Jeremy was a very professional actor. I said, “Jeremy, what’s the matter?” And he said, “I looked in the mirror and I suddenly saw Jeremy.” And I said, “But Jeremy is Sherlock―you are Sherlock―and that’s who you see.” Because he was taking off an extreme disguise he was so alarmed to see himself.”"

BENDING THE WILLOW Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes,

David Stuart Davies

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Jul
25
2013

Reblogged from sherlovecn :

"Director Paul Annett told a fascinating tale regarding this scene which reveals much about the insecurity felt by Brett in the early days of the series:
“Jeremy got very nervous about being himself on the screen. We were filming the scene in “Scandal” where he takes off the groom’s make-up sitting in front of a mirror at 221B. […] So he was sitting there removing his make-up, using greasepaint and then suddenly he just dried. This was very unusual because Jeremy was a very professional actor. I said, “Jeremy, what’s the matter?” And he said, “I looked in the mirror and I suddenly saw Jeremy.” And I said, “But Jeremy is Sherlock―you are Sherlock―and that’s who you see.” Because he was taking off an extreme disguise he was so alarmed to see himself.”"

BENDING THE WILLOW Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes,

David Stuart Davies

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Jul
25
2013

Reblogged from sherlovecn :

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Jul
25
2013

Reblogged from sherlovecn :

sherlovecn:

我天!这张太有历史感了!美得天旋地转~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

sherlovecn:

我天!这张太有历史感了!美得天旋地转~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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Jul
25
2013

Reblogged from susanandherbooks :

susanandherbooks:

Favourite Covers SaturdayThe Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon

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Jul
23
2013

Reblogged from abaftdrasnian :

abaftdrasnian:

I just wanted Holmes to be happy with some bees, really.

abaftdrasnian:

I just wanted Holmes to be happy with some bees, really.

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