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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherlock_Jr. I found this to be a rare one not like your usual Sherlock Holmes. Instead this one was called "Sherlock, Jr." The film was made in 1924. I know there are many Sherlock Holmes fans out there and I thought you might like taking a look into Sherlock, Jr.
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The should've been a Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Jr. encounter with T.E. Lawrence instead of eight or nine seasons of Indie. They are related anyhow.

I love Victorian writing and I am just embarking on a re-read of Sherlock Holmes. I live in Great Wyrley and my villages claim to fame is that Arthur Conan Doyle stayed here to investigate a case of horse slayings where a local man was wrongfully imprisoned.

"Once you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. "

As my greatly reknown friend has stated many a time during the course of his dangerous profession, " After you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth." I am almost certain of the fact that none of us have in the least bit forgotten of the great and masterly attributes and skills of Mr. Sherlock Holmes. Using the power of deduction, Holmes has accomplished incredible deeds and laid many mysteries to rest. Our superior detective will forever be known as a man of great reputation and skill- perhaps of the greatest reputation and skill known to mankind. A most bitter place the world has become without the impenetrable abilities and the vast knowledge of Mr. Sherlock Holmes. At that, I shall end my speech of remembrance hoping that not one of us has forgotten what this great man accomplished for mankind nor will we ever forget.
- Dr. John Watson
221B Baker Street


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Greetings, my good friends, and good morning. I am able to visualize and ascertain the fact that you must have come searching for news of what has become of our much loved detective. It is with much regret and grief that I tell you of the underlying despair which has befallen upon my intelligent comrade. Mr. Sherlock Holmes has taken to his bed and must not be furthermore disturbed by cases which, despite proving important and interesting, cannot in the slightest manner interfere with my dear friend's habits and regulations. Mr. Sherlock is a most singular man , and has the clockwork brain of a genius, the deductive methods of which cannot in the slightest way be tampered with, for a disturbance of any sort upon my dear friend's intelligent mind can prove fatal to the case which has been taken upon his self. I have come to very clearly understand the fact that my friend must not relax the great muscle which powers his even greater brain, and cannot, for any reason, leave a single case not searched. My dear comrade has taken under his wing many a case and has in the doing so, saved many a man from peril. However, even the most great and powerful minds must at one point, lay down to rest. I am grieved to say that Mr. Sherlock Holmes will no longer, under any circumstances, put his deductive powers to work. Therefore, I must end my novels and lay my pen down, as the great faring tales of Mr. Sherlock Holmes come to an end.
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