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Episode 26:  A Musical Stroll Down Baker Street
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Episode 25:  Sherlock Holmes for Dummies
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Episode 24:  Sherlock Holmes and His Worlds
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Episode 23:  Weekend in Review (49:08)
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You'll recall that on the last episode, we were joined by David Morrill, BSI ("Count von Kramm"), who offered an informed opinion about the new Sherlock Holmes film. And as they do in the film business, we're offering you the sequel: part two of Sherlock Holmes at the Movies. Here we continue where we left off, discussing Jude Law's turn as Watson, working with animals, the potential for a sequel and more. Burt wraps up the show with an alternative to our traditional Editor's Gas-Lamp by sharing an excerpt from The Films of Sherlock Holmes by Chris Steinbrunner, BSI ("The Tankerville Club Scandal") We're also running a contest for our listeners. Please be sure to listen or download the episode to hear how you can be eligible to win one of our prizes. Listen now: Links:
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Well, it's been in the news quite frequently lately. The new Sherlock Holmes movie has brought new life to the literary franchise we all know and love.

But Holmesians have a number of questions: how is it? Does Robert Downey, Jr. make a decent Holmes? Is the "bromance" just a little too much for the purists? Will those raised on Rathbone be able to stand the latest reincarnation?

To help us answer these questions and perhaps raise a few more, Scott and Burt are joined in this episode by Sherlockian film critic David F. Morrill, BSI ("Count Von Kramm"), a man who owns as many as 10,000 movies - some of which are actually worth watching. David helps us discern what makes a good cinematic Holmes, shares his picks of the best film editions of The Sign of the Four, and shares his opinion on how Downey stacks up while dressing down.


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