Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Many Watsons – Howard Marion Crawford

One of the best ensemble casts of the 1950s in television has got to have been those who assembled in France for the production of “The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes”. Ronald Howard (no, not Opie!) was a fabulous Sherlock. … Continue reading

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The many Watsons – Alan Cox

I’m not sure how anyone can not like Young Sherlock Holmes though I’ve read some less than favorable reviews. It’s definitely not canonical but it is great fun. In the 1860’s a young Sherlock Holmes and John Watson meet in … Continue reading

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The Many Watsons – Nigel Stock

The more I look at the people who played Dr. Watson over the years the more I come to the conclusion that there were far more good representations of Watson than poor ones. This is the case of another good … Continue reading

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