Elementary, Dear Data

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bakerstreetbabes:

Yep, that’s what they do pretty much.

bakerstreetbabes:

Yep, that’s what they do pretty much.

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"

Holmes, [Jeremy] Brett said, has taken a toll on several actors who have played the part. He recalled a conversation he recently had with Robert Stephens, who played Holmes in Billy Wilder’s 1970 film “The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes.”

"He said, ‘I tried to commit suicide when I played the part. It ended Basil Rathbone’s career. Do you understand? He is all trimming. He is a man without a heart. If you try to become someone who is hollow, you fall straight down the well and bang your head. But you have survived it."

The conversation was a great revelation to Brett. Now he suddenly understood why he would compulsively wash his hair and wear bright colors after a day’s filming.

"It has been a bloody miracle I survived," Brett said. "There are those who put on the calabash pipe and the cape and hat and just go straight through it—the ones who act him and don’t try to become him like Christopher Plummer and John Neville. The ones who try to be him face this dilemma. The encouragement I have been given has pulled me through."

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— Jeremy Brett on playing Sherlock Holmes [1991 Los Angeles Times interview].
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bakerstreetbabes:

doublemooncrab:

nerdology:

magnificentshibe:

omfg

sdkl;f;slf;sdf. … I would watch this show.

Definitely would watch this.

Yes, give it to meeee [Kafers]

bakerstreetbabes:

doublemooncrab:

nerdology:

magnificentshibe:

omfg

sdkl;f;slf;sdf. … I would watch this show.

Definitely would watch this.

Yes, give it to meeee [Kafers]

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ghostbees:

The crux of the matter is that the man’s already married.

ghostbees:

The crux of the matter is that the man’s already married.

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ghostbees:

While we’re at it: my enthralling inspectors headcanons.

ghostbees:

While we’re at it: my enthralling inspectors headcanons.

ghostbees:

The second rule of the Diogenes Club is that you do not talk about the Diogenes Club.

ghostbees:

The second rule of the Diogenes Club is that you do not talk about the Diogenes Club.

ghostbees:

Three decades of dealing with your crap.

ghostbees:

Three decades of dealing with your crap.

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bakerstreetbabes:

angelophile:

Side-by-side comparisons between the Granada Television adaptations of The Speckled Band, The Twisted Lip and The Red-Headed League and illustrations from The Strand by Sidney Paget, 1891

Perfect show was perfect.

ghostbees:

I like you as I’ve never liked anyone.

ghostbees:

I like you as I’ve never liked anyone.

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