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  1. I found this on you tube and I thought I would share, it is a 1912 film adaption of The Adventure of the Copper Beeches. Starring Georges Treville as Sherlock Holmes, interesting to note that Arthur Conan Doyle was the producer. I cannot tell you how much I HATE organ music which is used in some of this video, but luckily not all of it. For all you Watson fans, sorry he doesn't appear in this film version. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xI9ZYmImXXg
  2. Here is a different take on the Sherlock stories; Sherlock Jr, written and directed by Buster Keaton(my other love). I can't believe I never thought about the connection until yesterday. So Sherlock Jr has to solve the case of the missing watch, it is truely one of Keaton's best and lots of fun. The cinema scenes were an inspiration to Woody Allen (Purple Rose of Cairo) and it's also the movie where Buster actually broke his neck(but didn't realise, he did have headache or a few days after), anyway. As another version of the Sherlock story I thought I would share. I love that Sherlock Jr's Watson is actually called Gillette. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlJmtedcnp4
  3. Apparently this is the whole movie, it goes for just under 1 minute and Sherlock seems to be baffled. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmffCrlgY-c
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