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February 26, 2016 12:23 pm  #21


Re: Comparing scenes in different adaptations

The first episode of the Russian series also loosely adapted Black Peter.
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February 26, 2016 12:40 pm  #22


Re: Comparing scenes in different adaptations

Loving these!    I had no idea that "holding his knees" pose was associated with Sherlock.  I thought it was just something Ben did!


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February 26, 2016 3:00 pm  #23


Re: Comparing scenes in different adaptations

I didn't know the pose went that far back, either.  I also never knew the harpoon thing was necessarily a canon reference, but then again I have only read a few of the original stories.


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February 26, 2016 3:38 pm  #24


Re: Comparing scenes in different adaptations

Wow, so much great stuff in this thread! Several of these I didn't know either, like the knee pose and the lovely hand reference to the carriage drawing.


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February 27, 2016 1:53 pm  #25


Re: Comparing scenes in different adaptations

I made a little comparison of "chess playing" situations with Granada's Sherlock Holmes, BBC Sherlock and my Eine Kleine Baker Street short.
These are animated gifs, full version is at my blog.


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February 27, 2016 2:09 pm  #26


Re: Comparing scenes in different adaptations

Very nice


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February 27, 2016 6:54 pm  #27


Re: Comparing scenes in different adaptations

Facing off against C.A.M. at 221B

From "The Master Blackmailer" (A feature length film from the Granada series with Brett) and "His Last Vow"

http://www.arthes.com/holmes/milv/milv2.jpg


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February 27, 2016 7:41 pm  #28


Re: Comparing scenes in different adaptations

In "The Master Blackmailer" (as in the original story), Sherlock Holmes (disguised as a plumber) seduces Milverton's Housemaid to get information. In "His Last Vow', Sherlock also gets into a fake romance too but this time with Magnussen's secretary just so he could get into his office.

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/fa/7c/99/fa7c99214d1324c624e0bcf448dee924.jpg


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February 28, 2016 2:30 am  #29


Re: Comparing scenes in different adaptations

Loving all of these… knew many of them, but so neat seeing the pictures together!  And holy wow… said that out loud at the similarity between the CAM illustration, and the Granada actor!      But…  aggh…  darn it, I was reminded of a wonderful one on someone's tumblr ages ago, that I can't find the link for again!  It was two columns of gifs, one BBC, one Brett's version.  BBC was the Great Game scene where John attempts to make deductions of the sneaker/trainer, with Sherlock quirking a smile, and the Brett version had them doing the same thing, with his Watson perplexed over a hat.  Google keeps giving me too many unrelated results, and not even sure if the tumblr description called it a sneaker or trainer or what, or what episode the other was from.     You can probably picture it, though!


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February 28, 2016 6:09 am  #30


Re: Comparing scenes in different adaptations

I had no luck finding it either, here's the best I could do.

Sidney Paget's illustration for The Blue Carbuncle
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-y0zK8sYiR8E/UiFgiB96pHI/AAAAAAAAZpY/6i4uGdgae1M/s1600/sherlock-carbuncle.jpg


Peter Cushing and Nigel Stock
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-VWfFvCuGcTk/UiFW0RzfT7I/AAAAAAAAZoo/eSDHEwFAu6E/s1600/a+hatsmile+this.jpg


Jeremy Brett and David Burke
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_UsmlYPprYBs/TP7lpwzQaBI/AAAAAAAAAKc/S-kgRmSShRs/s1600/brettcarbuncle2.png

https://falconmovies.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/blue01.jpg


John tries to deduce a shoe
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I couldn't find a gif set or clip of John's shoe deduction, but you can watch the scene here starting at timestamp 19.50.

Or Watson's hat deductions


And Mycroft and Sherlock deducing the bobble hat in TEH.


I'm wondering if there is a similar scene in Elementary, with Joan Watson trying to deduce something and getting it wrong? I've watched the first two seasons but can't remember it particularly well.

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February 28, 2016 10:38 pm  #31


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Yes, that's the Brett clip, with the gifs having been from the first minute.  It was just sweet seeing them side by side… Holmes with that bemused smile, Sherlock with similar.  Watson frowning at the hat, John furrowing at the shoe.  You just get way too many unrelated results thanks to the keywords of sneaker, trainer, and their names.     Eh… maybe took it down.  And I know I remember similar from Elementary, but yeah, don't recall anything specific either!  Just Sherlock testing Joan in similar ways.

Aww, but the hat deduct-off!  Just like the story bit where Mycroft and Sherlock are people-watching at a window and try to best each other.  I don't know if they ever put that to screen for any older version?  And I curiously tried to see if there was a Paget illustration of such a scene, but didn't find.  I did find this, though…?

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-yxTY-rTxmV0/Uu910YzSmeI/AAAAAAAAC1w/y_doVHJfNV4/s1600/sherlock-holmes-red-headed-league.jpg

As it's from The Red-Headed League, I think that's the client and someone else, but I couldn't help but be reminded of the similar position of John and Sherlock at the table, with Sherlock reading the paper, and Mycroft standing off to the side.  I also saw this in the results… kinda cool Hound similarity:

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-MOQxqdbEuYE/VtN2oTbPdoI/AAAAAAAAQFY/ofSJGutFVDQ/s400-Ic42/Sherlock%252520Holmes%252520Sidney%252520Paget%252520The%252520Hounds%252520of%252520Baskerville%252520image%252520poster%252520picture%252520wallpaper%252520screensaver.jpg


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February 29, 2016 12:49 am  #32


Re: Comparing scenes in different adaptations

Thanks for your contributions everyone, this is such a fun thread


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February 29, 2016 8:12 pm  #33


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Oh and here is the classic “stakeout” scene from the Brett version of “The Speckled Band” and the one in “The Abominable Bride” that is very reminiscent of it.

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February 29, 2016 9:16 pm  #34


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Yesssss


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March 1, 2016 9:55 am  #35


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Great observations, everyone!
That Specled Band scene really comes to mind when watching TAB´s Sherlock-John "dialogue in the dark".

Here´s another classic scene. Sherlock disguises as a clergyman and fakes being assaulted to infiltrate the lair of Irene Adler.

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March 1, 2016 12:49 pm  #36


Re: Comparing scenes in different adaptations

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Loving these!    I had no idea that "holding his knees" pose was associated with Sherlock.  I thought it was just something Ben did!

Another charming gesture associated with Sherlock is his famous finger-steeple/finger-tent, here portrayed by:

Sidney Paget:

http://kristywilcox.co.uk/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Holmes-Tichborne.jpg


Ian Richardson:

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http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2008/07/24/article-1038330-007242A400000258-310_224x423.jpg


Peter Cushing:

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/be/82/33/be8233a42d1b63521e2fa89ac98fe3ee.jpg


Robert Downey:

http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m4omgjGd0r1qewsw4o1_500.gif


Jeremy Brett:

http://twelveplay.com/wp-content/uploads/jeremy.jpg

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Benedict Cumberbatch:

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Spock:

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March 1, 2016 12:55 pm  #37


Re: Comparing scenes in different adaptations

Love Spock at the end too!  Thanks for that!   There are definitely some similarities between Spock and Sherlock, and both are compelling characters.

 

March 1, 2016 4:30 pm  #38


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I love them both.


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March 1, 2016 5:42 pm  #39


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Here is the epic confrontation between Sherlock Holmes and Moriarty at 221B. One is from the Sidney Paget drawing, the Brett version of The Final Problem and the other from "The Abominable Bride" that is also inspired by it. 

https://wellreadsherlockian.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/moriarty2.jpeg


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March 1, 2016 8:15 pm  #40


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The same confrontation from the Russian Livanov version, with the utterly scary Viktor Yevgrafov as Moriarty:

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The Abominable Bride was actually a second confrontation in 221B Baker Street - the first onr happened in TRF, of course:

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-oqGkgcLMYwU/T7hrxhOE_KI/AAAAAAAABD4/WbEy9wAfYZ4/s1600/moriarty.jpeg


And of course, we can´t leave out Downey version:

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