History Series / SherlockHolmes

8th Oct '17 7:11:57 PM ProfessorGrimm
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** A Scandal in Bohemia
** The Dancing Men
** The Naval Treaty
** The Solitary Cyclist
** The Crooked Man
** The Speckled Band
** The Blue Carbuncle

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** # A Scandal in Bohemia
** # The Dancing Men
** # The Naval Treaty
** # The Solitary Cyclist
** # The Crooked Man
** # The Speckled Band
** # The Blue Carbuncle



** The Copper Beeches
** The Greek Interpreter
** The Norwood Builder
** The Resident Patient
** The Red Headed League
** The Final Problem

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** # The Copper Beeches
** # The Greek Interpreter
** # The Norwood Builder
** # The Resident Patient
** # The Red Headed League
** # The Final Problem



** The Empty House
** The Priory School
** The Second Stain
** The Musgrave Ritual
** The Abbey Grange
** The Man With the Twisted Lip
** The Six Napoleons
* The Sign of Four (feature length adaptation, 1987)

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** # The Empty House
** # The Priory School
** # The Second Stain
** # The Musgrave Ritual
** # The Abbey Grange
** # The Man With the Twisted Lip
** # The Six Napoleons
* # The Sign of Four (feature length adaptation, 1987)



** The Devil's Foot
** Silver Blaze
** Wisteria Lodge
** The Bruce-Partington Plans
* The Hound of the Baskervilles (feature length adaptation, 1988)

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** # The Devil's Foot
** # Silver Blaze
** # Wisteria Lodge
** # The Bruce-Partington Plans
* # The Hound of the Baskervilles (feature length adaptation, 1988)



* The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax
* The Problem of Thor Bridge
* Shoscombe Old Place
* The Boscombe Valley Mystery
* The Illustrious Client
* The Creeping Man

[[AC:Feature-length episodes]]
* The Master Blackmailer (1992)
* The Last Vampyre (1993)
* The Eligible Bachelor (1993)

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* # The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax
* # The Problem of Thor Bridge
* # Shoscombe Old Place
* # The Boscombe Valley Mystery
* # The Illustrious Client
* # The Creeping Man

[[AC:Feature-length episodes]]
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Episodes]]
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The Master Blackmailer (1992)
* # The Last Vampyre (1993)
* # The Eligible Bachelor (1993)



* The Three Gables
* The Dying Detective
* The Golden Pince-Nez
* The Red Circle
* The Mazarin Stone
* The Cardboard Box

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* # The Three Gables
* # The Dying Detective
* # The Golden Pince-Nez
* # The Red Circle
* # The Mazarin Stone
* # The Cardboard Box
2nd Jul '17 3:11:48 PM Mdumas43073
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The first two seasons are referred to as ''The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes''. These series co-starred David Burke as Doctor Watson, reversing the commonly held view of Watson as TheWatson epitomized by Nigel Bruce in the 1940s and 50s, portraying Holmes' biographer as a strong, intelligent, humorous but never bumbling man of action, often learning from Holmes in the art of deduction. Rosalie Williams proved a real gem as the long-suffering Mrs. Hudson, and the supporting cast was magnificent, including an early appearance by Creator/NatashaRichardson.

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The first two seasons are referred to as ''The Adventures Of of Sherlock Holmes''. These series co-starred David Burke as Doctor Watson, reversing the commonly held view of Watson as TheWatson epitomized by Nigel Bruce in the 1940s and 50s, portraying Holmes' biographer as a strong, intelligent, humorous but never bumbling man of action, often learning from Holmes in the art of deduction. Rosalie Williams proved a real gem as the long-suffering Mrs. Hudson, and the supporting cast was magnificent, including an early appearance by Creator/NatashaRichardson.
21st May '17 11:11:11 AM nombretomado
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* VictorianBritain
* VictorianLondon

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* VictorianBritain
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%%* VictorianLondon
14th Mar '17 3:40:02 AM Rissa
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* TheStreisandEffect: In-universe in "The Crooked Man". Major Murphy makes every effort to keep the press away from the matter, which only makes clear to them that there's a big story.

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* TheStreisandEffect: StreisandEffect: In-universe in "The Crooked Man". Major Murphy makes every effort to keep the press away from the matter, which only makes clear to them that there's a big story.
14th Mar '17 3:39:11 AM Rissa
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* TheStriesandEffect: In-universe in "The Crooked Man". Major Murphy makes every effort to keep the press away from the matter, which only makes clear to them that there's a big story.

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* TheStriesandEffect: TheStreisandEffect: In-universe in "The Crooked Man". Major Murphy makes every effort to keep the press away from the matter, which only makes clear to them that there's a big story.



* TroubledFetalPosition: Holmes could be seen sitting with his knees close to chest at times when he has to go into deep thought.

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* TroubledFetalPosition: Holmes could be seen sitting with his knees close to chest at times when he has to go into deep thought. There's an [[ShoutOut illustration of this]] in the original books.



** Averted to an extent with Moriarty. In "The Red-Headed Leauge", Inspector Jones knows ''exactly'' what Holmes is getting at, when he starts to realize that it is one of Moriarty's scheme. But the Inspector also notes that Scotland Yard really doesn't know much about Moriarty or what he even looks like, only that "his name echoes and re-echoes throughout the underwold."

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** Averted to an extent with Moriarty. In "The Red-Headed Leauge", League", Inspector Jones knows ''exactly'' what Holmes is getting at, when he starts to realize that it is one of Moriarty's scheme. But the Inspector also notes that Scotland Yard really doesn't know much about Moriarty or what he even looks like, only that "his name echoes and re-echoes throughout the underwold."
27th Jan '17 5:32:44 PM eowynjedi
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* YouDoNotHaveToSayAnything: In "The Norwood Builder," Lestrade arrives to arrest [=McFarlane=] before he can tell his story. Holmes asks him to do so, but advises him that everything he says will be entered into evidence since the police are there.
27th Jan '17 5:31:42 PM eowynjedi
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* CrazyJealousGuy: In the later years of his marriage, Colonel Barclay angrily demands of his wife Kitty that she assure him she has only ever loved him.

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* CrazyJealousGuy: CrazyJealousGuy:
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In the later years of his marriage, Colonel Barclay angrily demands of his wife Kitty that she assure him she has only ever loved him.him.
** Oldacre of "The Norwood Builder." He was once engaged to young [=McFarlane's=] mother, but she broke it off after realizing his two-faced cruelty and married a kind man. On her wedding day, Oldacre sent her picture back with the face burnt off.



* DistinguishedGentlemansPipe: Holmes's veritable collection of pipes.

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* DistinguishedGentlemansPipe: Holmes's veritable collection of pipes. In one episode, Watson says that he should have known Holmes was in a bad mood by the particular pipe he's chosen.



* FateWorseThanDeath: Carruthers calls the plan to marry Violet Hunter "the worst fate that can befall a woman," and it's why he wants to put another bullet in Woodley when Watson pronounces the wound non-fatal--Holmes assures him, however, that the marriage is in no way legally binding.



* ForensicAccounting: In "The Norwood Builder," Watson searches through Oldacre's documents while Holmes examines the rest of the property and discovers that there are a number of papers which ''should'' be there but aren't.



* GoryDiscretionShot: We don't actually see Harold Latimer get torn apart by an oncoming train, but you know it happens when the door he was hanging from swings shut, devoid of Latimer and quite a bit of the window glass.

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* GoryDiscretionShot: GoryDiscretionShot:
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We don't actually see Harold Latimer get torn apart by an oncoming train, but you know it happens when the door he was hanging from swings shut, devoid of Latimer and quite a bit of the window glass.


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* RevengeByProxy: Attempted in "The Norwood Builder." [[spoiler:Oldacre wills all his money to John Hector [=McFarlane=] and then fakes his own death so that the young man will be framed for murder, since his mother had refused to marry Oldacre years ago.]]


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* SpotOfTea: In "The Norwood Builder", Watson returns home to find Holmes in utter despair over the case and refusing to eat. Watson's first move is to pour him a cup of tea.
25th Jan '17 8:15:57 PM eowynjedi
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* RuleOfDrama: Occasionally invoked by Holmes, who has a flair for it. After solving the case in "The Naval Treaty", he invites Percy Phelps to breakfast and offers him a covered tray--when Phelps demurs for lack of appetite Holmes resorts to asking Phelps to help him. Beneath the lid: the treaty poor Phelps has been literally fainting over for the past two months. Holmes subsequently has to apologize for almost inducing another attack of nerves.

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* RuleOfDrama: RuleOfDrama:
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Occasionally invoked by Holmes, who has a flair for it. After solving the case in "The Naval Treaty", he invites Percy Phelps to breakfast and offers him a covered tray--when Phelps demurs for lack of appetite Holmes resorts to asking Phelps to help him. Beneath the lid: the treaty poor Phelps has been literally fainting over for the past two months. Holmes subsequently has to apologize for almost inducing another attack of nerves.nerves.
** There's also the way he reveals himself to Watson after faking his death in "The Final Problem." The poor doctor faints dead away.
25th Jan '17 7:19:32 PM eowynjedi
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* AffectionatePickpocket: Mycroft combines this with PercussivePickpocket in "The Greek Interpreter", sharing a close handshake with the Kemp after an amiable dinner and then pretending to be shaken by the train into pulling him close, lifting his revolver.



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Basically the gist of Holmes's remonstrance to Watson after Watson's attempted reconnaissance in "The Solitary Cyclist".

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: NiceJobBreakingItHero:
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Basically the gist of Holmes's remonstrance to Watson after Watson's attempted reconnaissance in "The Solitary Cyclist".Cyclist".
** In "The Greek Interpreter," Mycroft places a missing persons notice in the paper after hearing Mr. Melas' story. This, of course, alerts Kemp and Latimer that Melas has betrayed their secret and they abduct him at gunpoint.
25th Jan '17 5:56:46 PM eowynjedi
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* BitchInSheepsClothing: Dr. Grimesby Roylott. Actually it's pretty ill-fitting clothing, as he's abusive to his stepdaughters--however, he makes no objections to their courtships and even has Helen's fiance over to the house. [[spoiler:He just plans to murder them with a poison snake so he doesn't lose their money.]]



* ImpoverishedPatrician: Roylott of "The Speckled Band" is the scion of an ancient Saxon family and had a rich wife, but the investments that formed his income have tanked, leaving him desperate not to lose funds.



* TheStreisandEffect: In-universe in "The Crooked Man". Major Murphy makes every effort to keep the press away from the matter, which only makes clear to them that there's a big story.

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* TheStreisandEffect: TheStriesandEffect: In-universe in "The Crooked Man". Major Murphy makes every effort to keep the press away from the matter, which only makes clear to them that there's a big story.



* WickedStepmothe: "The Speckled Band" has a wicked step''father'' who dominates his stepdaughters, kills one, and plots to kill the other so their marriages don't take away his portion of their mother's inheritance.

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* WickedStepmothe: WickedStepmother: "The Speckled Band" has a wicked step''father'' who dominates his stepdaughters, kills one, and plots to kill the other so their marriages don't take away his portion of their mother's inheritance.
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