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jcmornard
Oct 28, 2020
Peter Cushing BBC on You Tube content media
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jcmornard
Oct 28, 2020
The Hammer Hound on You Tube content media
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jcmornard
Oct 28, 2020
Jeremy Brett & Edward Hardwicke fun moment content media
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jcmornard
Oct 28, 2020
In Television
Elementary Bloopers content media
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jcmornard
Oct 28, 2020
In Television
Sherlock BBC Bloopers content media
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jcmornard
Oct 28, 2020
Enola Holmes Bloopers. content media
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jcmornard
Oct 24, 2020
In Cinema
Directed (and played) by my late friend, Jean-Simon Robben.
Short Belgian movie with English subtitles (2009). content media
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jcmornard
Oct 18, 2020
In Cinema
Here's the teaser for a (very !) low budget movie directed by Anthony DP Mann. I own the DVD and, indeed, the script is very interesting and conducted with the utmost respect for the canon. Anthony is a very kind, very modest and very likable man ! He also played Watson on the radio (and, as he humorously tells me: "I was more appreciated than in the role of Holmes"). :-) Passionate about cinema and 19th century literature, he also played Dracula, Scooge,The Phantom of the Opera and even William Gillette in a "biopic" on stage. I like his way of approaching what he loves with a camera, friends and very little budget. Anthony also directed a 25 minute version of "The Hound of the Baskervilles" but I haven't seen it. Continue, mon ami !!!
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jcmornard
Oct 18, 2020
In Cinema
Good copy of this film made in 1911. Lagoni is a clumsy and uncomfortable Holmes in action scenes. But the film exudes a certain charm, with people looking at the camera or painted sets. :-) Note the "retracted" tablecloth, decades before Jeremy Brett. :-)
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jcmornard
Oct 04, 2020
In Television
I'm really curious to know what you think about the performance of this Hollywood Legend in the part of Holmes. OK, the TV Movie is very Cheap ! Ok, the moor is smallest than a garden in town. Ok , London is composed with the sets of the "Universal village" and seem issued from "The Wolf Man" with Lon Chaney JR. But, personnaly, I like Granger ("Scaramouche" !) in the part. My only regret is Granger was became to old (and a litle to chubby). But I dream of a major Sherlockian movie with Granger in the fifties. Sorry for my broken English: I'm Belgian. :-)
Stewart Granger content media
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