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Mike Hobart



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PostPosted: Sun Jan 27, 2008 2:16 am    Post subject: Sherlock Holmes Reply with quote

There are now far more Sherlock Holmes by modern writers than there were by Conan Doyle. These range from mediocre to quite good, though I certainly haven't heard them all.

This series is one of the better ones, I thought -- and for once it's even formally approved by the Doyle estate.


SHERLOCK HOLMES - The Adventure of the Improbable Snowman [January 2008]

Episode 81 of "The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes." A peaceful Christmas dinner in the country is what Holmes and Watson are looking forward to until an odd death with an even odder witness interrupt the day. A husband and wife accuse each other of murder and a patronising detective assures Holmes that the psychological method is what he needs.

Nice pastiche from the Jim French studio's Imagination Theater.

http://jimfrenchproductions.com/zc137m/
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2008 6:10 pm    Post subject: Re: Sherlock Holmes Reply with quote

Mike Hobart wrote:
There are now far more Sherlock Holmes by modern writers than there were by Conan Doyle. These range from mediocre to quite good, though I certainly haven't heard them all.

This series is one of the better ones, I thought -- and for once it's even formally approved by the Doyle estate.


SHERLOCK HOLMES - The Adventure of the Improbable Snowman [January 2008]

Episode 81 of "The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes." A peaceful Christmas dinner in the country is what Holmes and Watson are looking forward to until an odd death with an even odder witness interrupt the day. A husband and wife accuse each other of murder and a patronising detective assures Holmes that the psychological method is what he needs.

Nice pastiche from the Jim French studio's Imagination Theater.

http://jimfrenchproductions.com/zc137m/


I bought a 7 CD set of Jim French - Sherlock Holmes shows a few years ago on vacation. Very good thumright

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