Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes - 'The Abbey Grange'





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Published on Feb 10, 2009

** Please watch in HD**

One of my favorite things about this story is that Jeremy conveyed perfectly Sherlock's inability to handle 'the lady's' show of gratitude at the end. Most unsettling for the master detective, and, I believe, as far from Jeremy's own gregarious, caring, and loving personality as one can get.

"I heard nothing, Watson, I observed" . I love this quote, because I have found that when applied in real life observation (using all available senses) expands the mind and our horizons if we simply allow it to do so.

This video is dedicated as always, to our beloved Jeremy. Also, a little poem I wrote for him...which I hope you enjoy. :)

in the sunrise your eyes shine
bringing hope to the day
in the rain
they bring warmth to many
through the storms of life they shine
showing us the way
in the darkest hours your eyes shine
they comfort and shelter us
their light never dims
it is beauty from within
never fading
never extinguished

Jeremy's petition: http://gopetition.com/online/13450.html (blocked in some countries)

Special thanks to my friend and talented vid maker, ColdnessHolmes, You are a sweetheart, and I thank you. :)

Also starring dear Edward Hardwicke :)

I will ban/block/remove all hate/spam comments.

All video/clips/footage, property of Granada.
I highly recommend you buy the dvds (or the complete set), they are excellent!!! :)

Music: Narnia (The Battle)


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