May 22, 1859: Arthur Conan Doyle is born in Edinburgh
Richard Crowder's insight:
To fans of Sherlock Holmes, the setup feels familiar: A wealthy spinster is bludgeoned to death in her Glasgow dining room one foggy night while her maid is out buying the evening newspaper. The murderer is apparently someone she knows, since there is no sign of forced entry. And burglary is insufficient as a motive, since only one piece from the victim’s massive jewelry collection is missing:
"Sherlock" season 4 is still about a year away from its premiere, but rumors and speculations about the upcoming series are already flying left and right, and one of them is about Tom Hiddleston being cast as the third Holmes in the series.
From silent movies to the Beeb's latest blockbuster.
Richard Crowder's insight:
The first actor to play the part of Sherlock Holmes in an official capacity was actually an American. William Gillette hailed from Connecticut and was already a successful stage actor when he adapted a play begun by Arthur Conan Doyle himself. Gillette donned the deerstalker, introduced a love interest and a curved pipe, and turned the play into a massive hit on both sides of the Atlantic. The curved briar pipe was necessary, it’s said, because a straight pipe obscured the actor’s mouth when he was saying his lines.
Ian McKellen takes his turn as Sherlock in Mr. Check out the clip below! In an interesting twist, his character is actually world-famous-and the subject of movies he considers garbage. Slow-moving and unsteady, Holmes in 1947 (Ian McKellen) is physically compromised, and he requires tending by a somewhat dour housekeeper, Mrs. Munro (Laura Linney), and... Continue reading
It’s more than a century since the world’s most famous literary detective made his appearance, but our appetite for his startling deductions is undiminished. Adam Frost and Jim Kynvin go back to the stories in search of data to explain his enduring appeal
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