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  1. Sherlock (TV series) - Wikipedia › wiki › Sherlock_(TV_series)

    Sherlock is a British crime television series based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes detective stories. Created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, it stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as Doctor John Watson.

    • 25 July 2010 –, 15 January 2017
    • BBC One, BBC HD (2010), BBC One HD (2012–present), PBS (2010–present)
  2. Sherlock Holmes (1965 TV series) - Wikipedia › wiki › Sherlock_Holmes_(1965_TV

    Sherlock Holmes and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes (a.k.a. The Cases of Sherlock Holmes) are two British series of Sherlock Holmes adaptations for television produced by the BBC in 1965 and 1968 respectively. The 1965 production, which followed a pilot the year before, was the second BBC series of Sherlock Holmes adaptations, after ...

    • 1965 –, 1968
    • BBC1
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  4. Sherlock Holmes (2013 TV series) - Wikipedia › wiki › Sherlock_Holmes_(2013_TV

    The idea for a new Russian TV series about Sherlock Holmes was first announced in 2009, shortly before the release of Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes. But the choosing of the director and actors was much delayed, and the première was therefore put off for 3 years. The official production of the series only began in 2011.

    • November 18 –, November 28, 2013
    • Russia 1
  5. A Scandal in Bohemia - Wikipedia › wiki › A_Scandal_in_Bohemia

    It also featured Andrew Sachs as the King (Sachs would then go on to play Watson in Coules' radio series The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes in 2002–2010). The story was adapted as a 2012 episode of the American radio series The Classic Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, with John Patrick Lowrie as Holmes and Lawrence Albert as Watson.

    • Arthur Conan Doyle
    • 1891
    • 1891
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  6. Guy Ritchie - Wikipedia › wiki › Guy_Ritchie

    Guy Ritchie Ritchie in 2017 Born Guy Stuart Ritchie (1968-09-10) 10 September 1968 (age 52) Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England Occupation Filmmaker businessman Years active 1995–present Spouse(s) Madonna (m. 2000 ; div. 2008) Jacqui Ainsley (m. 2015) Children 5 Guy Stuart Ritchie (born 10 September 1968) is an English film director, producer, writer, and businessman. His work includes British ...

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    • 1995–present
    • Filmmaker, businessman
    • Guy Stuart Ritchie, 10 September 1968 (age 52), Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England
  7. Sherlock Holmes (2009) - Full Cast & Crew - IMDb › title › tt0988045

    Sherlock Holmes (2009) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

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    Andrew Scott, Actor: Spectre. Andrew Scott was born in Dublin, Ireland, the middle child with two sisters, Sarah and Hannah. His parents, Jim and Nora, sent him to a private Catholic school for boys. He did a little acting as a child when he was in a couple of commercials on Irish TV. At 17 he was chosen to star in his first professional role in the Irish film Korea (1995). ...

  9. John Fraser - IMDb › name › nm0292159

    John Fraser, Actor: Repulsion. John Fraser was born on March 18, 1931 in Glasgow, Scotland as John Alexander Fraser. He was an actor, known for Repulsion (1965), The Trials of Oscar Wilde (1960) and El Cid (1961). He died on November 7, 2020 in London, England.

  10. The Great Game | Baker Street Wiki | Fandom › wiki › The_Great_Game
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    Sherlock is commissioned by his brother, Mycroft Holmes, to investigate the suspicious death of a government employee who was working on a top-secret defence project: the Bruce-Partington Project. After apparently rejecting the case and handing it over to Dr John Watson, Sherlock begins to be taunted by a sinister criminal who puts his victims into explosive vests and sets Sherlock deadlines to solve apparently unrelated cases, including the disappearance of a businessman, the death of a TV personalityand the death of a guard of an art gallery.

    Sherlock travels to Minsk to consider the case of an alleged murderer, Barry Berwick, who claims that he murdered his girlfriend by accident. Sherlock is, of course, more offended by the man's crimes against good grammar than by the actual murder itself. He leaves, smugly informing Bewick that he will soon be hanged, not hung. At 221B Baker Street, a bored Sherlock is reduced to shooting holes in the wall. When John comes in, he discovers a decapitated head in the fridge, one of Sherlock's experiments. Sherlock is angry that his account of their first case on his blog has made him ridiculous by revealing that Sherlock lacks even primary school level notions of astronomy. Sherlock is of the opinion that any knowledge not likely to have an importance in his work takes up precious space in his brain. John goes out and Mrs Hudsoncomes in. She sympathises with Sherlock's disgust for a boring life, and assures him that he will no doubt soon have a murder to investigate. As she leaves, an...

    ""What the HELL are you doing!?" "Bored." "What?" "Bored! Bored! Bored! Bored!""
    ―John complains as Sherlock shoots at the wall
    "Look at it, Mrs. Hudson. So calm and peaceful. Isn't HATEFUL?" "Oh, it's not that bad. A nice muder, that'll cheer you up."
    ―Sherlock and Mrs. Hudson
    "How's Sarah, John? Sleep on the coach?" "How....? Never mind."
    ―John knows better than to ask explanations from Sherlock
    Holmes and Watson's discussion about astronomy and knowledge comes from A Study in Scarlet. ("But the solar system!" I protested. "What the deuce is it to me?" he interrupted impatiently; "You say...
    The Andrew West case comes from "The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans", in which the victim is called Arthur Cadogan West; the idea of the culprit being the brother of the victim's fiancée a...
    When Sherlock asks Watson what he thought about the trainers, that is clear reference to a scene early in The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle where Holmes asks Watson to deduce what he can about Mr...
    The pink mobile phone receives messages with Greenwich Pips, with their numbers decreasing with each message, pointing towards "The Five Orange Pips".
    The title of the episode may refer to Sherlock's catchphrase "The game is on!". It may also refer to what scholars have dubbed the Sherlockian game, a pastime attempting to retrace the biographies...
    The main events of the episode probably took place on 29 March. Sherlock found and commented on John's blog 28 March.The first and second cases took place the next day and Case#3 on 30 March. Case#...
    TechnicallyCase #3 was a tie; Sherlock solved it, but Moriarty claimed victims (due to the hostage's incompetence).
    Barry Berwick contacted Sherlock through his website.
    In the opening scene when John is going to the refrigerator, a white skull can be seen on the left side of the kitchen table amongst all Sherlock's science equipment. When he closes the refrigerato...
    On the scene where Sherlock and John talk about the blog, the wrench on the files on the table between appears and disappears again and again.
    In a couple of scenes with the mobile phone when Sherlock is talking to the girl and she hangs up, the soundtrack has a audible "dial tone" inserted. Mobile phones don't have dial tones.
    When Sherlock pulls the gun on Moriarty in the pool scene, he is holding it with two hands but then puts one hand down. In the next shot, he has two hands on the gun again. Then again in the next s...
    Sherlock Holmes – Benedict Cumberbatch
    Dr John Watson – Martin Freeman
    DI Greg Lestrade – Rupert Graves
    Mrs Hudson – Una Stubbs
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