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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

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zoc

Brett's approach certainly adds more depth. If anything,the relationship between Holmes and Watson needs to go deeper here, be stronger. Watson's a fuddy-duddy, which is not the bulldog character Doyle describes him with.

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This looks great, I'd not seen it before - thanks for the heads up. I love Sherlock Holmes and I love horror - got to be a winner really.

I think I might take a trip to Forbidden Planet at lunch time and see if they have a copy.

It's interesting what you say about the "type" of Holmes they portray. Surely a Jeremy Brett type would work better with these stories?


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