Sunday, June 3, 2012

Sir Basil Rathbone complains about fake Sherlock Holmeses



Sherlock Holmes (Basil Rathbone) voices his concerns to Watson (Nigel Bruce) about Benedict Cumberbatch/Martin Freeman and Robert Downey Jr/Jude Law.

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13 comments:

  1. Very funny! I am going to have to share this with a friend of mine who loves Sherlock, she will love it 8-D

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  2. Well, there are lots good vids around here, thanks for sharing, I'm gonna share it as well

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  3. Thanks for the recommendation.

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  4. Great stuff - made me all nostalgic for Nigel Bruce!

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    1. Good old Nigel... Always is likeable :)

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  5. I'm consoling myself with season 3 of White Collar since Sherlock's over for a year. There are some commonalities I'm thinking, but not quite sure yet, since they are also opposites, as Sherlock's always a representative of law and order while Neal is, supposedly, the lord of chaos.

    Love, C.

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    1. I will also check out White Collar. Sounds to be an interesting series.

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  6. I've always liked Rathbone. He was Holmes and it took a long time for me to accept anyone else in the role. Those making Sherlock knew they had to work very hard for me to accept Cumberbatch, and I do, although I don't like everything about the series.
    Elementary has to be excellent, very good the first episode, or they will lose me and a lot of other Holmes fans.

    I also loved the J. Brett Holmes with David Burke. They had good chemistry. I prefer the Victorian Holmes, but can really enjoy him in our time if done very well.

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