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Default The Best Holmes

I think the best Sherlock Holmes in movies has to be Christopher Plummer, with Basil Rathbone a close #2.acting-wise. The best in television is a tie between Ronald Howard and Jeremy Brett. The all-time best Watson, without a doubt, is Nigel Bruce.
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Default Easily Entertained

That was a pretty entertaining contemporary version on Masterpiece Mystery with Benedict Cumberbatch last night. Set in modern day London with modern day props. I've seen most of the Jeremy Brett series I think. And, some of the Basil Rathbone along the way too. All good to me!

Really got into the Downton Abbey Series on Masterpiece Classic. It gives a veiw of living in the manor house that was very interesting. But, again, I am easily entertained!
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