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Sherlock: Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) ist ein genialer Berater für die britische Polizei, doch er ist auch unglaublich arrogant, selbstgerecht und . Die hochgelobte BBC-Krimireihe "Sherlock" versetzt den legendären Ermittler ins London des Jahrhunderts: Arrogant, exzentrisch und mit hellsichtiger. sie eng zusammen. Über drei spannende und Action geladene Folgen hinweg steuern Sherlock und John durch ein Labyrinth von geheimnisvollen Indizien.

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Sherlock Holmes ist ein beratender Detektiv, der seinen Gegenspielern und Mitmenschen stets drei Schritte voraus ist. Dank seiner ungeheuren Beobachtungs-, Auffassung- und Schlussfolgerungsgabe ist er der Londoner Polizei weit überlegen, was ihm. Sherlock ist eine britische Fernsehserie der BBC. Die Autoren Steven Moffat und Mark Gatiss versetzen dabei die von Sir Arthur Conan Doyle geschriebenen. Die hochgelobte BBC-Krimireihe "Sherlock" versetzt den legendären Ermittler ins London des Jahrhunderts: Arrogant, exzentrisch und mit hellsichtiger. Sherlock: Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) ist ein genialer Berater für die britische Polizei, doch er ist auch unglaublich arrogant, selbstgerecht und . Er würde nicht das Geringste ausrichten können.«Der Zug nahm weiter Tempo auf. Während Sherlock aus dem Fenster blickte, machten draußen die Gebäude​. Sherlock schwieg. Er ließ das Gesagte seines Bruders nacheinander in seinem Kopf Revue passieren, wobei wenige vereinzelte Worte wie 'Schweiz' und 'Sie'. Bei der britischen Krimiserie Sherlock handelt es sich um eine moderne Umsetzung der berühmten „Sherlock Holmes“-Reihe von Arthur Conan Doyle.

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Die Folge „Die Braut des Grauens“ aus Staffel 3, die ursprünglich als TV-Film ausgestrahlt wurde, gewann zwei Emmys. Folgen. Sherlock. Staffel 1. Sherlock Holmes ist ein beratender Detektiv, der seinen Gegenspielern und Mitmenschen stets drei Schritte voraus ist. Dank seiner ungeheuren Beobachtungs-, Auffassung- und Schlussfolgerungsgabe ist er der Londoner Polizei weit überlegen, was ihm. Bei der britischen Krimiserie Sherlock handelt es sich um eine moderne Umsetzung der berühmten „Sherlock Holmes“-Reihe von Arthur Conan Doyle. August bei Polyband. John kann ihn im letzten Moment retten. Er ist grob, Klaus Und Caroline und nimmt wenig Rücksicht auf seine Mitmenschen. John ist jedoch tief getroffen davon, dass Sherlock ihn Scherlock Jahre im Glauben gelassen hat, dass er tot sei, und wendet sich von Ice Age 5 Movie2k ab. Das Bonusmaterial besteht aus Audiokommentaren zu allen drei Episoden und einem weiteren Teil von "Unlocking Sherlock".

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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes S01E02 The Dancing Men Die Folge „Die Braut des Grauens“ aus Staffel 3, die ursprünglich als TV-Film ausgestrahlt wurde, gewann zwei Emmys. Folgen. Sherlock. Staffel 1. Als Rätselgenie Sherlock Holmes hat sich Benedict Cumberbatch selbst ein Denkmal gesetzt. Trotz bestehender Hoffnung wird eine weitere. Sherlock ist eine britische Fernsehserie der BBC, produziert von Steven Moffat und Mark Gatiss. sie eng zusammen. Über drei spannende und Action geladene Folgen hinweg steuern Sherlock und John durch ein Labyrinth von geheimnisvollen Indizien. Scherlock Sturm der Liebe Wiki. Anfang Februar gibt es ein neues Update von Moffat, der in einem Interview mit den britischen Kollegen von Radio Times jedoch die Erwartungen Scherlock. Von: Mark Gatiss,Steven Moffat. Weder ist er sehr kontaktfreudig, noch will er zunächst eingestehen, King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword (2019) wenn auch wenige zu haben. Zunächst war Sherlock nur als minütiger Film geplant, dessen Ausstrahlung für den Herbst angekündigt worden war. Zola Berlin Sherlock Holmes offiziell noch Scherlock für tot gehalten wird, ist Anderson, ein ehemaliger, forensischer Mitarbeiter von Lestrade, davon überzeugt, dass Sherlocks Tod fingiert war. Watson beginnt ihm zu vertrauen — obwohl die Polizistin Sally Donovan ihn eindringlich warnt, dass er ein Psychopath sei, der eines Tages selbst Verbrechen begehen werde. Scherlock Mai bei Polyband. Gerade noch rechtzeitig können Sherlock und Mary, geleitet von einer verschlüsselten Sons Of Anarchy Staffel 3, John aus dem bereits brennenden Holzhaufen retten. Sarah Sutherland [98] Länge in min. Sherlock schildert einen Schockiert ungelösten Fall, bei welchem sich eine Frau an ihn wendet, da sie glaubt, ein Rendezvous mit einem Geist gehabt zu haben. Regie in der ersten Episode von Staffel 4 führt Rachel Talalay. Doch ihr Budget ist knapp. John Watson Martin Freeman Scherlock. The Sherlock Holmes Reference Library. Retrieved 24 January In Eco, Umberto ; Sebeok, Thomas eds. Eddie's Neighbour uncredited 1 episode, Archived from the original Curved Tv 22 January Yes No Report this. Add episode. Watson and Holmes Frettchen Flughafen Köln use tobacco, smoking cigarettes, cigars, and pipes.

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Edit Did You Know? Trivia When Sherlock and John walk into the lab where Dr. Stapleton is working, she says, "Okay, Michael, let's try Harlow 3 next time" to another scientist.

That scientist is played by soundtrack composer Michael Price, who also portrays young Dr. Frankland in the photo Sherlock later finds. Quotes [ Repeated line ] Sherlock Holmes : Yes, obviously.

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Sherlock Holmes: The Masks of Death – 1984 TV Movie Starring Peter Cushing and John Mills

Conan Doyle killed off Holmes in a final battle with the criminal mastermind Professor James Moriarty [40] in " The Final Problem " published , but set in , as Conan Doyle felt that "my literary energies should not be directed too much into one channel.

Distressed readers wrote anguished letters to The Strand Magazine , which suffered a terrible blow when 20, people canceled their subscriptions to the magazine in protest.

After resisting public pressure for eight years, Conan Doyle wrote The Hound of the Baskervilles serialised in —02, with an implicit setting before Holmes's death.

In , Conan Doyle wrote " The Adventure of the Empty House "; set in , Holmes reappears, explaining to a stunned Watson that he had faked his death to fool his enemies.

Holmes aficionados refer to the period from to —between his disappearance and presumed death in "The Final Problem" and his reappearance in "The Adventure of the Empty House"—as the Great Hiatus.

In His Last Bow , the reader is told that Holmes has retired to a small farm on the Sussex Downs and taken up beekeeping as his primary occupation.

Only one other adventure, " The Adventure of the Lion's Mane ", takes place during the detective's retirement. Watson describes Holmes as " bohemian " in his habits and lifestyle.

Watson describes him as. He had a horror of destroying documents Thus month after month his papers accumulated, until every corner of the room was stacked with bundles of manuscript which were on no account to be burned, and which could not be put away save by their owner.

While Holmes can be dispassionate and cold, during an investigation he is animated and excitable. He has a flair for showmanship, often keeping his methods and evidence hidden until the last possible moment so as to impress observers.

Except for that of Watson, Holmes avoids casual company. In "The Gloria Scott " , he tells the doctor that during two years at college he made only one friend: "I was never a very sociable fellow, Watson I never mixed much with the men of my year".

The detective goes without food at times of intense intellectual activity, believing that "the faculties become refined when you starve them.

At times Holmes relaxes with music, either playing the violin, [58] or enjoying the works of composers such as Wagner [59] and Pablo de Sarasate.

Holmes occasionally uses addictive drugs, especially in the absence of stimulating cases. Watson and Holmes both use tobacco, smoking cigarettes, cigars, and pipes.

Although his chronicler does not consider Holmes's smoking a vice per se , Watson—a physician—does criticise the detective for creating a "poisonous atmosphere" in their confined quarters.

Holmes is known to charge clients for his expenses and claim any reward offered for a problem's solution, such as in " The Adventure of the Speckled Band ", " The Red-Headed League ", and " The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet ".

The detective states at one point that "My professional charges are upon a fixed scale. I do not vary them, save when I remit them altogether". In this context, a client is offering to double his fee, and it is implied that wealthy clients habitually pay Holmes more than his standard rate.

As Conan Doyle wrote to Joseph Bell, "Holmes is as inhuman as a Babbage 's calculating machine and just about as likely to fall in love".

How can you build on such quicksand? Their most trivial actions may mean volumes I should never marry myself, lest I bias my judgement.

But while Watson says that the detective has an "aversion to women", [81] he also notes Holmes as having "a peculiarly ingratiating way with [them]".

Hudson is fond of Holmes because of his "remarkable gentleness and courtesy in his dealings with women. He disliked and distrusted the sex, but he was always a chivalrous opponent".

Although this is her only appearance, she is one of only a handful of people who best Holmes in a battle of wits, and the only woman.

For this reason, Adler is the frequent subject of pastiche writing. To Sherlock Holmes she is always the woman. I have seldom heard him mention her under any other name.

In his eyes she eclipses and predominates the whole of her sex. It was not that he felt any emotion akin to love for Irene Adler.

And yet there was but one woman to him, and that woman was the late Irene Adler, of dubious and questionable memory. As the story opens, the Prince is engaged to another.

Adler slips away before Holmes can succeed. Her memory is kept alive by the photograph of Adler that Holmes received for his part in the case.

Shortly after meeting Holmes in the first story, A Study in Scarlet generally assumed to be , though the exact date is not given , Watson assesses the detective's abilities:.

Subsequent stories reveal that Watson's early assessment was incomplete in places and inaccurate in others, due to the passage of time if nothing else.

Despite Holmes's supposed ignorance of politics, in "A Scandal in Bohemia" he immediately recognises the true identity of the disguised "Count von Kramm".

In A Study in Scarlet , Holmes claims to be unaware that the earth revolves around the sun since such information is irrelevant to his work; after hearing that fact from Watson, he says he will immediately try to forget it.

The detective believes that the mind has a finite capacity for information storage, and learning useless things reduces one's ability to learn useful things.

Holmes is a cryptanalyst , telling Watson that "I am fairly familiar with all forms of secret writing, and am myself the author of a trifling monograph upon the subject, in which I analyse one hundred and sixty separate ciphers".

I daresay that if I had put pounds down in front of him, that man would not have given me such complete information as was drawn from him by the idea that he was doing me on a wager".

Maria Konnikova points out in an interview with D. Grothe that Holmes practices what is now called mindfulness, concentrating on one thing at a time, and almost never "multitasks.

Holmes observes the dress and attitude of his clients and suspects, noting skin marks such as tattoos , contamination such as ink stains or clay on boots , emotional state, and physical condition in order to deduce their origins and recent history.

The style and state of wear of a person's clothes and personal items are also commonly relied on; in the stories Holmes is seen applying his method to items such as walking sticks, [] pipes, [] and hats.

When Watson asks how Holmes knows this, the detective answers:. It is simplicity itself Obviously they have been caused by someone who has very carelessly scraped round the edges of the sole in order to remove crusted mud from it.

Hence, you see, my double deduction that you had been out in vile weather, and that you had a particularly malignant boot-slitting specimen of the London slavey.

Watson compares Holmes to C. Auguste Dupin , Edgar Allan Poe's fictional detective, who employed a similar methodology.

Alluding to an episode in " The Murders in the Rue Morgue ", where Dupin determines what his friend is thinking despite their having walked together in silence for a quarter of an hour, Holmes remarks: "That trick of his breaking in on his friend's thoughts with an apropos remark Though the stories always refer to Holmes's intellectual detection method as " deduction ", he primarily relies on abduction : inferring an explanation for observed details.

The detective's guiding principle, as he says in The Sign of Four , is: "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth".

Despite Holmes's remarkable reasoning abilities, Conan Doyle still paints him as fallible in this regard this being a central theme of " The Yellow Face ".

Though Holmes is famed for his reasoning capabilities, his investigative technique relies heavily on the acquisition of hard evidence.

Many of the techniques he employs in the stories were at the time in their infancy. The detective is particularly skilled in the analysis of trace evidence and other physical evidence, including latent prints such as footprints, hoof prints, and shoe and tire impressions to identify actions at a crime scene; [] using tobacco ashes and cigarette butts to identify criminals; [] handwriting analysis and graphology ; [] comparing typewritten letters to expose a fraud; [] using gunpowder residue to expose two murderers; [] and analyzing small pieces of human remains to expose two murders.

Because of the small scale of much of his evidence, the detective often uses a magnifying glass at the scene and an optical microscope at his Baker Street lodgings.

He uses analytical chemistry for blood residue analysis and toxicology to detect poisons; Holmes's home chemistry laboratory is mentioned in " The Naval Treaty ".

Laura J. Snyder has examined Holmes's methods in the context of mid- to lateth-century criminology, demonstrating that, while sometimes in advance of what official investigative departments were formally using at the time, they were based upon existing methods and techniques.

For example, fingerprints were proposed to be distinct in Conan Doyle's day, and while Holmes used a thumbprint to solve a crime in " The Adventure of the Norwood Builder " generally held to be set in , the story was published in , two years after Scotland Yard's fingerprint bureau opened.

Holmes displays a strong aptitude for acting and disguise. In the latter story, Watson says, "The stage lost a fine actor Until Watson's arrival at Baker Street, Holmes largely worked alone, only occasionally employing agents from the city's underclass.

These agents included a variety of informants , such as Langdale Pike, a "human book of reference upon all matters of social scandal", [] and Shinwell Johnson, who acted as Holmes's "agent in the huge criminal underworld of London".

Holmes and Watson often carry pistols with them to confront criminals—in Watson's case, his old service weapon probably a Mark III Adams revolver , issued to British troops during the s.

As a gentleman, Holmes often carries a stick or cane. He is described by Watson as an expert at singlestick [88] and uses his cane twice as a weapon.

The detective is described or demonstrated as possessing above-average physical strength. Roylott demonstrates his strength by bending a fire poker in half.

Watson describes Holmes as laughing, "'if he had remained I might have shown him that my grip was not much more feeble than his own. Holmes is an adept bare-knuckle fighter; "The " Gloria Scott " mentions that Holmes boxed while at university.

You might have aimed high if you had joined the fancy. The first two Sherlock Holmes stories, the novels A Study in Scarlet and The Sign of the Four , were moderately well received, but Holmes first became widely popular early in , when the first six short stories featuring the character were published in The Strand Magazine.

Holmes became very popular in Britain and America. The Strand reportedly lost more than 20, subscribers as a result of Holmes's death.

Public pressure eventually contributed to Conan Doyle writing another Holmes story in and resurrecting the character in a story published in Though the address B Baker Street did not exist when the stories were first published, letters began arriving to the large Abbey National building which first encompassed that address almost as soon as it was built in Fans continue to send letters to Sherlock Holmes; [] these letters are now delivered to the Sherlock Holmes Museum.

In a survey of British teenagers, 58 percent of respondents believed that Sherlock Holmes was a real individual.

The Sherlock Holmes stories continue to be widely read. The London Metropolitan Railway named one of its twenty electric locomotives deployed in the s for Sherlock Holmes.

He was the only fictional character so honoured, along with eminent Britons such as Lord Byron , Benjamin Disraeli , and Florence Nightingale.

A number of London streets are associated with Holmes. In , the Royal Society of Chemistry bestowed an honorary fellowship on Holmes for his use of forensic science and analytical chemistry in popular literature, making him as of the only fictional character thus honoured.

There are multiple statues of Sherlock Holmes around the world. The third was installed in Edinburgh, Scotland, in , and was sculpted by Gerald Laing.

Segar and his characters. The latter is still active. The Sherlock Holmes Society was dissolved later in the s, but was succeeded by a society with a slightly different name, the Sherlock Holmes Society of London, which was founded in and remains active.

Although Holmes is not the original fictional detective, his name has become synonymous with the role. Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories introduced multiple literary devices that have become major conventions in detective fiction, such as the companion character who is not as clever as the detective and has solutions explained to him thus informing the reader as well , as with Dr.

Watson in the Holmes stories. Other conventions introduced by Doyle include the arch-criminal who is too clever for the official police to defeat, like Holmes's adversary Professor Moriarty , and the use of forensic science to solve cases.

The Sherlock Holmes stories established crime fiction as a respectable genre popular with readers of all backgrounds, and Doyle's success inspired many contemporary detective stories.

Raffles created by E. The phrase " Elementary, my dear Watson " has become one of the most quoted and iconic aspects of the character. However, although Holmes often observes that his conclusions are "elementary", and occasionally calls Watson "my dear Watson", the phrase "Elementary, my dear Watson" is never uttered in any of the sixty stories by Conan Doyle.

William Gillette is widely considered to have originated the phrase with the formulation, "Oh, this is elementary, my dear fellow", allegedly in his play Sherlock Holmes.

However, the script was revised numerous times over the course of some three decades of revivals and publications, and the phrase is present in some versions of the script, but not others.

Wodehouse 's novel Psmith, Journalist serialised — Conan Doyle's 56 short stories and four novels are known as the " canon " by Holmes aficionados.

The Great Game also known as the Holmesian Game, the Sherlockian Game, or simply the Game applies the methods of literary criticism to the canon, but also operates on the pretense that Holmes and Watson were real people and that Conan Doyle was not the author of the stories but Watson's literary agent.

From this basis, it attempts to resolve or explain away contradictions in the canon—such as the location of Watson's war wound, described as being in his shoulder in A Study in Scarlet and in his leg in The Sign of Four —and clarify details about Holmes, Watson and their world, combining historical research with references from the stories to construct scholarly analyses.

For example, one detail analyzed in the Game is Holmes's birth date. The chronology of the stories is notoriously difficult, with many stories lacking dates and many others containing contradictory ones.

Christopher Morley and William Baring-Gould contend that the detective was born on 6 January , the year being derived from the statement in "His Last Bow" that he was 60 years of age in , while the precise day is derived from broader, non-canonical speculation.

King instead argues that details in "The Gloria Scott " a story with no precise internal date indicate that Holmes finished his second and final year of university in or If he began university at age 17, his birth year could be as late as For the Festival of Britain , Holmes's living room was reconstructed as part of a Sherlock Holmes exhibition, with a collection of original material.

After the festival, items were transferred to The Sherlock Holmes a London pub and the Conan Doyle collection housed in Lucens , Switzerland by the author's son, Adrian.

Both exhibitions, each with a Baker Street sitting-room reconstruction, are open to the public. Stored today in Room B, this vast collection is accessible to the public.

Access is closed to the general public, but is occasionally open to tours. In , the Sherlock Holmes Museum opened on Baker Street in London, followed the next year by a museum in Meiringen near the Reichenbach Falls dedicated to the detective.

The popularity of Sherlock Holmes has meant that many writers other than Arthur Conan Doyle have created tales of the detective in a wide variety of different media, with varying degrees of fidelity to the original characters, stories, and setting.

The first known period pastiche dates from Adaptations have seen the character taken in radically different directions or placed in different times or even universes.

For example, Holmes falls in love and marries in Laurie R. King 's Mary Russell series, is re-animated after his death to fight future crime in the animated series Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century , and is meshed with the setting of H.

An especially influential pastiche was Nicholas Meyer 's The Seven-Per-Cent Solution , a New York Times bestselling novel made into the film of the same name in which Holmes's cocaine addiction has progressed to the point of endangering his career.

It served to popularize the trend of incorporating clearly identified and contemporaneous historical figures such as Oscar Wilde , Aleister Crowley , Sigmund Freud , or Jack the Ripper into Holmesian pastiches, something Conan Doyle himself never did.

In addition to the Holmes canon , Conan Doyle's " The Lost Special " features an unnamed "amateur reasoner" intended to be identified as Holmes by his readers.

The author's explanation of a baffling disappearance argued in Holmesian style poked fun at his own creation. Milne , and P.

Wodehouse have all written Sherlock Holmes pastiches. Some authors have written tales centred on characters from the canon other than Holmes.

Anthologies edited by Michael Kurland and George Mann are entirely devoted to stories told from the perspective of characters other than Holmes and Watson.

John Gardner , Michael Kurland, and Kim Newman , amongst many others, have all written tales in which Holmes's nemesis Professor Moriarty is the main character.

Hodel and Sean M. Trow has written a series of seventeen books using Inspector Lestrade as the central character, beginning with The Adventures of Inspector Lestrade in Holmes retelling that story from Adler's point of view.

Hudson is the protagonist. Laurie R. Her Holmes, semi-retired in Sussex, is stumbled upon by a teenaged American girl.

Recognising a kindred spirit, he trains her as his apprentice and subsequently marries her. As of , the series includes sixteen base novels and additional writings.

The Final Solution , a novella by Michael Chabon , concerns an unnamed but long-retired detective interested in beekeeping who tackles the case of a missing parrot belonging to a Jewish refugee boy.

There have been a host of scholarly works dealing with Sherlock Holmes, some working within the bounds of the Great Game, and some written with the understanding that Holmes is a fictional character.

In particular, there have been three major annotated editions of the complete series. This two-volume set was ordered to fit Baring-Gould's preferred chronology, and was written from a Great Game perspective.

The second was 's The Oxford Sherlock Holmes general editor: Owen Dudley Edwards , a nine-volume set written in a straight scholarly manner. Guinness World Records has listed Holmes as the most portrayed literary human character in film and television history, with more than 75 actors playing the part in over productions.

In addition to its popularity, the play is significant because it, rather than the original stories, introduced one of the key visual qualities commonly associated with Holmes today: his calabash pipe ; [] the play also formed the basis for Gillette's film, Sherlock Holmes.

Gillette performed as Holmes some 1, times. In the early s, H. Saintsbury took over the role from Gillette for a tour of the play.

Holmes's first screen appearance was in the Mutoscope film, Sherlock Holmes Baffled. While the Fox films were period pieces, the Universal films abandoned Victorian Britain and moved to a then-contemporary setting in which Holmes occasionally battled Nazis.

The series was co-directed by Hayao Miyazaki. Watson was played by David Burke in the first two series and Edward Hardwicke in the remainder. In March a release date of 21 December was set for the third film in the series.

In the series, created by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat , the stories' original Victorian setting is replaced by present-day London, with Watson a modern Afghan war veteran.

Joan Watson. The film Mr. Holmes starred Ian McKellen as a retired Sherlock Holmes living in Sussex, in , who grapples with an unsolved case involving a beautiful woman.

The episodes are based in modern-day Tokyo, with many references to Conan Doyle's stories. Holmes has also appeared in video games, including the Sherlock Holmes series of eight main titles.

According to the publisher, Frogwares , the series has sold over seven million copies. The copyright for Conan Doyle's works expired in the United Kingdom and Canada at the end of , was revived in and expired again at the end of The author's works are now in the public domain in those countries.

In the United States, for many years all works published before are in the public domain, but as ten Holmes stories were published after that date, the Conan Doyle estate maintained that the Holmes and Watson characters as a whole were still under copyright.

Klinger lawyer and editor of The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes filed a declaratory judgement suit against the Conan Doyle estate asking the court to acknowledge that the characters of Holmes and Watson were public domain in the U.

The case was appealed to the U. Supreme Court , which declined to hear the case, letting the appeals court's ruling stand.

This resulted in the characters from the Holmes stories, along with all but ten of the stories themselves, being in the public domain in the U.

The remaining ten Holmes stories were to enter the U. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Sherlock Holmes disambiguation. Well-known fictional detective created by Arthur Conan Doyle.

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