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February 3, 2013 12:59 am  #1


Vasily Livanov (Russian Sherlock Holmes)

Anybody seen any of these? I found a cool site where you can watch them all online:

http://video.kylekeeton.com/2007/03/sherlock-holmes-and-dr-watson-on.html


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February 17, 2013 11:18 pm  #2


Re: Vasily Livanov (Russian Sherlock Holmes)

Oh, I am watching this one!! *-* It's a great adaptation; I just didnt see everything because I wanted to read some of the books before >< the srceenwriting is pretty loyal to the Canon.

speaking of it, what about the new russian series of SH? I don't know when it'll air...

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February 18, 2013 8:43 pm  #3


Re: Vasily Livanov (Russian Sherlock Holmes)

I  had the  pleasure of watching this entire russian series online  with english subtitles  long ago. Thank you  for posting this!!  it's got eng subtitles.      It was VERY  well written,  especially  the study  in Scarlet  one,  where they first met.  So  handsome,  those actors.  I  loved the episode where watson and holmes rode in their first horseless carriage.  that was such a treat.

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August 12, 2013 6:36 am  #4


Re: Vasily Livanov (Russian Sherlock Holmes)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2Z53uN6y10

I'm just using the links under the video to watch it for the first time....and it's great! The screenwriter managed to miracle to keep it close to canon without making it draggy (which was sometimes a problem with the Granada series), and I adore this Watson (not as much as BBC Watson, but close).

My only beef with it is that it looks so Russian...honestly, it doesn't look like London at all, no matter how hard they try to pretend.

 

May 13, 2016 4:02 am  #5


Re: Vasily Livanov (Russian Sherlock Holmes)

Sherlock Holmes wrote:

Anybody seen any of these? I found a cool site where you can watch them all online:
http://video.kylekeeton.com/2007/03/sherlock-holmes-and-dr-watson-on.html

Unfortunately these have been removed, as have others I found on YouTube.
I tracked down the URL for the first episode from the comments on the video that swanpride linked to above, but I'm not sure if I should post it here in case it gets taken down! If anyone else is interested in watching it, drop me a PM.
I'm just starting to watch the first episode now, although I don't really have the time to watch it all today. Seeing Watson meeting Holmes for the first time (In ACD canon style) is giving me chills!


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May 13, 2016 4:39 am  #6


Re: Vasily Livanov (Russian Sherlock Holmes)

Ha, Watson just went to take a drink of water and there's an eyeball in the bottom of the glass 


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May 13, 2016 11:39 am  #7


Re: Vasily Livanov (Russian Sherlock Holmes)

ukaunz wrote:

Ha, Watson just went to take a drink of water and there's an eyeball in the bottom of the glass

That was a very funny scene. http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/lol.png

But when I was originaly watching it, I was surprised how meticulous the filmmakers were with their research of Victorian criminilogy and criminalistic.
The fact is, in that time there really was a supersticion between criminals that the retina of the eye of the murderer person retains the face of the murderer (or the other object last seen) like a photograph... so Sherlock´s scientific research concerning that supersticion actually makes sense. http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/wink.png


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