History Series / SherlockHolmes

8th Feb '16 8:54:23 PM k410ren
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* DisneyVillainDeath: A Victorian example - Moriarty falling into the Reichenbach Falls.

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A Victorian example - Moriarty falling into the Reichenbach Falls.Falls.
** James Wilder in ''The Priory School.'' Also DeathByAdaptation.
7th Feb '16 1:05:44 PM LondonKdS
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** The titular "Norwood Builder" is [[spoiler:an actual murderer, who killed a tramp to provide a corpse so that he could [[FakingTheDead Fake The Dead]], which didn't happen in Doyle's original story.

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** The titular "Norwood Builder" is [[spoiler:an actual murderer, who killed a tramp to provide a corpse so that he could [[FakingTheDead Fake The Dead]], Dead]]]], which didn't happen in Doyle's original story.
7th Feb '16 1:05:21 PM LondonKdS
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** The titular "Norwood Builder" is [[spoiler:an actual murderer, who killed a tramp to provide a corpse so that he could [[FakingTheDead Fake The Dead]], which didn't happen in Holmes's original story.

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** The titular "Norwood Builder" is [[spoiler:an actual murderer, who killed a tramp to provide a corpse so that he could [[FakingTheDead Fake The Dead]], which didn't happen in Holmes's Doyle's original story.
7th Feb '16 1:05:06 PM LondonKdS
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* AdaptationalVillainy: [[spoiler:The eponymous Eligible Bachelor becomes a true villain, which he was not in the original story]].

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[[spoiler:The eponymous Eligible Bachelor becomes a true villain, which he was not in the original story]].


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** The titular "Norwood Builder" is [[spoiler:an actual murderer, who killed a tramp to provide a corpse so that he could [[FakingTheDead Fake The Dead]], which didn't happen in Holmes's original story.
1st Feb '16 10:40:39 AM JoieDeCombat
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* AerithAndBob: Jeremy Brett (a.k.a. Peter Jeremy William Huggins) and David Burke.
1st Feb '16 10:32:12 AM k410ren
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* ImplacableMan: Mycroft during the climax of ''The Mazarin Stone.'' No matter where Count Sylvius turns, Mycroft is walking toward him.
27th Jan '16 10:00:56 AM lady_peaseblossom
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** And again (albeit briefly) at Lestrade's "little cock-a-doodle of victory" after finding evidence further incriminating Holmes's client of murder in "The Norwood Builder".
18th Jan '16 9:24:24 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* First series (1984)

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* First series Series (1984)



* Second series (1985)

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* Second series Series (1985)



* First series (1986)

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* First series Series (1986)



* Second series (1988)

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* Second series Series (1988)
16th Nov '15 7:12:25 AM FF32
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* UnexplainedAccent: Wilson Kemp, a British almost Dickensian name, played by George Costigan, a British actor. So WhatTheHellIsThatAccent? Sounds like Jim Broadbent in TheBlackadder.

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* UnexplainedAccent: Wilson Kemp, a British almost Dickensian name, played by George Costigan, a British actor. So WhatTheHellIsThatAccent? Sounds like Jim Broadbent in TheBlackadder.Series/{{Blackadder}}.
12th Nov '15 5:02:47 PM nombretomado
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The series as a whole is generally regarded as one of the most accurate attempts at depicting the original stories ever put to screen (barring certain changes in order to facilitate adaptation from print to television), and Brett's portrayal is often praised as at very least one of the best Holmes out there, if not the definitive portrayal. It is telling that the next major [[Film/SherlockHolmes feature film adaptation]] starring RobertDowneyJr decided to take a jarringly different interpretation of the character to get out of Brett's shadow.

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The series as a whole is generally regarded as one of the most accurate attempts at depicting the original stories ever put to screen (barring certain changes in order to facilitate adaptation from print to television), and Brett's portrayal is often praised as at very least one of the best Holmes out there, if not the definitive portrayal. It is telling that the next major [[Film/SherlockHolmes feature film adaptation]] starring RobertDowneyJr Creator/RobertDowneyJr decided to take a jarringly different interpretation of the character to get out of Brett's shadow.
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