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Review of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

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I have been a Sherlock Holmes fan since I was a teenager I was overjoyed to get the completed DVD collection for my birthday but I have to say that "The Adventures" have always been my favorite!
Jeremy Brett - shows Holmes as a full human being with such energy, charm and brilliantly minded. it is a joy to watch!
David Burke plays his part perfectly - he is the calm, warm and always loyal Watson.
Rosalie Williams - Mrs. Hudson, a small role which she plays so well, with the knowing smiles and looks to Dr.Watson or the sometimes playful banter between her and Holmes.
The Costumes are beautiful, the locations are fantastic.
The List of episodes are:
1. A Scandal in Bohemia 2. The Dancing Men 3. The Naval Treaty 4. The Solitary Cyclist 5. The Crooked Man 6. The Speckled Band 7. The Blue Carbuncle.
Series 2: 1. The Copper Beeches 2. The Greek Interpreter 3. The Norwood Builder 4. The Resident Patient 5. The Red-Headed League 6. The Final Problem"
Added by MissHarleyQuinn
6 years ago on 25 October 2011 11:45


Posted: 5 years, 7 months ago at Nov 25 10:15
I fully agree with you. Brett is ...just genius, but Burke also gave an outstanding role, he's my favorite Dr. Watson :)
Posted: 5 years, 7 months ago at Nov 27 0:04
Edit: 5 years, 7 months ago
Posted: 5 years, 7 months ago at Nov 29 11:08
Yes, Brett is the best Holmes!
After "The Adventures...", also check out "The Return...", "The Case-Book...", and "The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes".
With different actors playing Dr. Watson, though.
Posted: 5 years, 7 months ago at Nov 29 11:31
Hi O.P, I have "the return" "the casebook" and memoirs on dvd and they are excellent! I did enjoy Edward Hardwicke as Watson in those.

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