It was at the end of season 6 of DOCTOR WHO that the question was asked. And the answer would lead to the end of the universe – Doctor Who? And that was asked by Dorium Maldovar, the big blue fellow who sold River Song a vortex manipulator. Maldovar was played by the talented Simon … More INTERVIEW: Simon Fisher-Becker, actor “Doctor Who”
To most fans of Sherlock Holmes these days, he is either a character in a book or he has the face of Basil Rathbone, Jeremy Brett, Benedict Cumberbatch, Robert Downey Jr. or the myriad of actors who have played him on screen (big or little). However, the tradition of Sherlock Holmes is being kept alive … More East Lynne Theater Company’s Live Radio Show of Sherlock Holmes at Local Library
1. There was very little anything “Sherlockian” in it. Sure the movie had a Sherlock, Watson and Moriarty as characters, but there was nothing in it that resulted from any Sherlockisms. Someone shows up with a case, Sherlock pulls his “psychic” tropes, they chase down the villain and everything is resolved.
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PLOT: Based on the book A SLIGHT TRICK OF THE MIND by Mitch Cullin, set in 1947, and according to IMDB.com, it is about, “an aged, retired Sherlock Holmes looks back on his life, and grapples with an unsolved case involving a beautiful woman.”