This article features minor characters from the Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and from non-canonical derived works.The list excludes the titular character as well as Dr. Watson, Professor Moriarty, Inspector Lestrade, Mycroft Holmes, Mrs. Hudson, Irene Adler, Colonel Moran, the Baker Street Irregulars, and characters not significant enough to mention.
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The song's notable gimmick was in citing specific law-enforcement figures from popular culture, such as Sherlock Holmes, Charlie Chan, Joe Friday, Sam Spade, Boston Blackie, Bulldog Drummond, and the North-West Mounted Police (the Mounties). The vocals of the Coasters' lead singer Billy Guy are raw and insistent.
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Holmes had several notable relatives, including his father Siger, his brothers Sherringford and Mycroft, (PROSE: All-Consuming Fire) and his sister Jenny. (PROSE: Erasing Sherlock) From 1882 to 1883, time traveller Gillian Petra worked undercover as a maid on Baker Street to observe Holmes and his companion John Watson. (PROSE: Erasing Sherlock) Watson wrote stories of Holmes' adventures; according to one account, Watson and Holmes had other names, but Watson's literary agent Arthur Conan Doyle anonymised them under those identities. (PROSE: All-Consuming Fire) In 1887, he was asked by the Pope to investigate the missing books at the Library of St John the Beheaded. He went to the Library to investigate when the Seventh Doctor arrived at his house offering his services. He then investigated the crime syndicates which guarded the gang. When he learnt that his brother Sherringford was involved, he accompanied the Doctor to Bombay, where he met Bernice Summerfield. Shortly afterwards,...
After Holmes read The Book of the Enemy, his life was erased from history and turned into fiction. (PROSE: The Book of the Enemy) Arthur Conan Doyle was inspired to invent Sherlock Holmes after meeting the Fourth Doctor in 1880. The Doctor was wearing a deerstalker and cape and determined events at a crime scene by deductive reasoning and close reading of footprints. (PROSE: Evolution) After Arthur Conan Doyle wrote a second run of Holmes stories for publication in The Strand, he became tired of writing stories about the detective, and wrote a story in which a villain, Moriarty, caused Holmes' death. This failed to stick. (COMIC: Character Assassin) During the reign of King Edward VII, Martha Jones met Doyle, who discussed having "killed off" Holmes. (PROSE: Revenge of the Judoon) In the 1890s, Holmes and Watson's adventures were serialised in The Strand magazine. Henry Gordon Jago came to believe that he and Professor George Litefoot were the inspiration for the characters. (AUDIO:...
In a timeline where River Song caused time to collapse when she refused to kill the Eleventh Doctor, (TV: The Wedding of River Song) Holmes hosted a reality TV show called Detects Factor. (PROSE: Just a Minute...)
1. According to The Brilliant Book 2012, a book that contains non-narrative based information, the Eleventh Doctorfeared that wearing a deerstalker hat may make people confuse him for Sherlock. 2. The reference book The Secret Lives of Monsters includes an excerpt from a book called A Study in Greenin which Vastra, Jenny and Strax encounter Holmes and Watson. Jenny bought all 200 copies of the book to keep it off the shelves. 3. Many commentators, including Colin Baker, have noted a similarit...
Crossovers in other works
The Kim Newman short story collection Secret Files of the Diogenes Club, a work which mixes the Sherlock Holmes and other continuities, features Newman's creation the Cold from his Time and Relative, set in the Doctor Who universe. The Doctor, the TARDIS and Holmes (as well as his brother Mycroft and archnemesis Moriarty) all co-exist in Alan Moore's League of Extraordinary Gentlemenuniverse.
Big Finish's Sherlock Holmes
Beginning in 2009, Big Finish Productions began releasing a range of Sherlock Holmes audio dramas. In the first two episodes Roger Llewellyn played an older Holmes reflecting on his past adventures, with Nicholas Briggs playing the detective in more traditional Holmes adventures from episode three onward. Many cast and crew from the Big Finish Doctor Who audio storieshave contributed to the range. In 2015, Big Finish's Sherlock Holmes crossed over with elements of the Doctor Who universe in T...
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Whereas Sherlock Holmes of Baker Street was a straight biography of the late Sherlock Holmes, Nero Wolfe of West 35th Street is more a collection of essays about the still-living New York detective, each one dealing with a different aspect of Wolfe's career, life, and circle. The Life and Times of Horatio Hornblower by C. Northcote Parkinson (1970)
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troy howarth reviews: the boscombe valley mystery: peter cushing bbc sherlock holmes A farmer by the name of McCarthy is brutally slain. Problem is, he wasn’t very well liked, and the list of suspects is lengthy…
Jennifer Ann Seagrove (born 4 July 1957) is an English actress. She trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and first came to attention playing the lead in a television dramatisation of Barbara Taylor Bradford's A Woman of Substance (1984) and the film Local Hero (1983).