Granada Brettish Holmes

It is always absurdly simple when you explain it!

It is all about Granada Holmes

and the wonderful, the great, the lovely, one and only

Jeremy Brett

"Only a ruffian…"

requested by charlesdances


If you are clever enough to bring destruction upon me, rest assured that I shall do as much to you.
If you are clever enough to bring destruction upon me, rest assured that I shall do as much to you.

(Source: theorganizerofeverydeviltry, via thedoctorgoinghome)

muirin007:

A belated birthday present for one of my dearest friends, who is a Sherlock Holmes scholar and who loves Jeremy Brett to pieces. I’ve only seen one episode of the Granada series, but I really liked it and I really want to see the whole thing. 
Confession: I am a very bad Victorian literature lover because I have never read a single Sherlock Holmes story. Which I think I’ll correct this summer. I mean, really. I call myself a lover of Victoriana and I’ve never read Sherlock Holmes. I should be drawn and quartered.Not really. Please don’t draw and quarter me; I have too many things to do to be drawn and quartered.Incidentally, Jeremy Brett had an amazing nose and it was so much fun to draw. Colored pencil, marker, and ink.


Stunning

muirin007:

A belated birthday present for one of my dearest friends, who is a Sherlock Holmes scholar and who loves Jeremy Brett to pieces. I’ve only seen one episode of the Granada series, but I really liked it and I really want to see the whole thing.

Confession: I am a very bad Victorian literature lover because I have never read a single Sherlock Holmes story. Which I think I’ll correct this summer. I mean, really. I call myself a lover of Victoriana and I’ve never read Sherlock Holmes. I should be drawn and quartered.

Not really. Please don’t draw and quarter me; I have too many things to do to be drawn and quartered.

Incidentally, Jeremy Brett had an amazing nose and it was so much fun to draw. 

Colored pencil, marker, and ink.

Stunning

(via thedoctorgoinghome)

Better Names For Granada Sherlock Holmes Episodes

the-wandering-wanderer:

A Scandal In Bohemia-A Seven Percent Solution of Holmes and Watson
The Dancing Men-The Stick Figures
The Naval Treaty-The Beige Suit
The Solitary Cyclist-Watson Screws Up
The Crooked Man-Military Morality, Man
The Speckled Band-Holmesss Unbendsss Iron
The Blue Carbuncle-

And I thought I am obsessed. ..

double-zero-agent-alison:

ego-zhu:

 

OMGasdfghjkl;  *I’M NOT WORTHY*…*I’M NOT WORTHY*
Seriously, artist, holy ksfgxcbtf JEREMY IS SO SULTRY  
*dies*

Wow!

double-zero-agent-alison:

ego-zhu:

 

OMGasdfghjkl;  *I’M NOT WORTHY*…*I’M NOT WORTHY*

Seriously, artist, holy ksfgxcbtf JEREMY IS SO SULTRY  

*dies*

Wow!

(via nauticalphasmid)

It was on a bitterly cold and frosty morning during the winter of ‘97 that I was awakened by a tugging at my shoulder. It was Holmes. The candle in his hand shone upon his eager, stooping face and told me at a glance that something was amiss.

“Come, Watson, come!” he cried. “The game is afoot. Not a word! Into your clothes and come!”

—    The Abbey Grange by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (via canonholmesftw)

Do you have a moment to talk about Granada (and David Burke's face)?

a-scandal-in-ephemera:

As usual, I go into Tangent Land.

Having Lestrade feelings is sometimes the worst…