Was war Sherlock Holmes beruf?
Sherlock Holmes hat von 1881 an eine private Dedektei geführt.
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To answer your question, the date generally accepted by scholars as the date that Holmes supposedly plunged into the Reichenbach Falls is: Monday, 4th May 1891. His death of old age or some other cause later in his life is not recorded. ------ Sherlock Holmes was not a real person but a chara…cter created by writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. This fiction hero "died" in the story "The Adventure of the Final Problem" published in 1893 in The Strand Magazine and then in "The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes" People were so concerned that Conan Doyle had to bring the great detective back. In 1901 Sherlock Holmes reappeared in "The Hound of the Baskervilles". The story supposedly happened before Holmes' "death" at the Reichenbach Falls in Switzerland. Holmes returned officially from the dead in the 1903 story "The Empty House", which is the first story in the book "The Return of Sherlock Holmes" Doyle wrote the Sherlock Holmes stories until 1927 though the chronology of Holmes' adventures ends with "His Last Bow", at the beginning of World War I in 1914. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle died in 1930. (MORE)
Sherlock Holmes usually wore a collared shirt, a hat that looked some what like a top hat. Deerstalker hat, small top hat, or bowler hat, a hand woven tie, frock coat, trousers, Wellington dress shoes or boots, and, being the gentleman that he was, often seen with a cane or walking stick. The usual …standard attire of the Victorian Londoner. Evening wear, top hats, dressing gowns, etc. etc. Sherlock Holmes is most famous for his Inverness (the cape-like coat he wore) and his deerstalker (the hat). The Deerstalker cap and Inverness cape are travelling clothes, and, as such, were only depicted by Sidney Paget when Holmes was travelling. They have since been given disproportional importance by later actors. Please see a limited selection of Sidney Paget drawings linked below. (MORE)
In 'The Musgrave Ritual,' Holmes says, "When I first came up toLondon I had rooms in Montague Street," and in 'The Adventure ofthe Greek Interpreter,' Holmes said, "My ancestors were countrysquires." It seems, from these statements, very likely that Holmescame from one of the provinces of England ou…tside of London. (MORE)
A fictional character created by the famous writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Sherlock Holmes is a consulting detective/sleuth who solves cases simply with the power of observation and deduction. The reason people are drawn to this particular character is probably because he was the unlikely detective,… a cocaine addicted man with an obsession for studying crime. (MORE)
Sherlock Holmes didn't take a fancy to women though he was engaged to Charles Augustus Milverton's maid, and, then, only to aid in solving the case. He criticizes women's intellect until he has an encounter with Irene Adler -- the only woman to beat Holmes -- whom he referred to as " The Woman". He …was certainly respectful of Irene Adler's abilities and admired her, but they never married. Dr. Watson had hoped that Holmes would take a liking to Violet Hunter in 'The Copper Beeches,' but he did not. Holmes stated that he felt involvement with a woman would awaken the passions -- a bad thing in upper crust Victorian England's thought, and especially in Holmes' philosophy. Holmes preferred a life of pure intellect, devoid of emotion. Holmes retired to the country and raised bees as a hobby. In many of the alternate-universe (spin-off) Holmes stories written by other authors, Holmes marries or has a love affair. One of the better series which marries Holmes off is a mystery series by Laurie King, which begins with the book The Beekeeper's Apprentice. (MORE)
People who have played Sherlock Holmes are: Arthur Wontner The Sleeping Cardinal (1931 film) The Missing Rembrandt (1932 film) The Sign of Four (1932 film) The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes (1935 film) Silver Blaze (1937 film) Reginald Owen A Study in Scarlet (1933 film) Basil Rathbo…ne The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939 film) The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939 film) Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror (1942 film) Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon (1943 film) Sherlock Holmes in Washington (1943 film) Sherlock Holmes Faces Death (1943 film) The Spider Woman (1944 film) The Scarlet Claw (1944 film) The Pearl of Death (1944 film) The House of Fear (1945 film) The Woman in Green (1945 film) Pursuit to Algiers (1945 film) Terror by Night (1946 film) Dressed to Kill (1946 film) Alan Wheatley Sherlock Holmes (1951 BBC TV series) Ronald Howard Sherlock Holmes (1954-1955 TV series) Christopher Lee Sherlock Holmes and the Deadly Necklace (1962 film, Sherlock Holmes und das Halsband der Todes ) Incident at Victoria Falls (1991 TV film) Sherlock Holmes and the Leading Lady (1992 TV film) Douglas Wilmer Sherlock Holmes (1965 TV series) The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother (1975 film) John Neville A Study in Terror (1965 film) Peter Cushing The Masks of Death (1984 TV film) Sherlock Holmes (1965-1968 TV series) The Hound of the Baskervilles (1959 film) Robert Stephens The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (1970 film) Vasily Livanov The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson (1979 TV series) The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson: The Twentieth Century Approaches (1986 film) Geoffrey Whitehead Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson (1980 TV series) Ian Richardson The Hound of the Baskervilles (1983 TV film) The Sign of Four (1983 TV film) Peter O'Toole Sherlock Holmes and the Baskerville Curse (1983 cartoon) Sherlock Holmes and a Study in Scarlet (1983 cartoon) Sherlock Holmes and the Sign of Four (1983 cartoon) Sherlock Holmes and the Valley of Fear (1983 cartoon) Jeremy Brett The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1984-1994 TV series) Nicholas Rowe Young Sherlock Holmes (1985 film) Michael Pennington The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1987 TV film) Matt Frewer The Case of the Whitechapel Vampire (2002 TV film) The Sign of Four (2001 TV film) The Royal Scandal (2001 TV film) The Hound of the Baskervilles (2000 TV film) Richard Roxburgh The Hound of the Baskervilles (2002 TV film) Robert Downey, Jr. Sherlock Holmes (2009 film) Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2011 film) . (MORE)
Sherlock loved to solve interesting cases, to make chemistry experiments and to play the violin. He did make money out of solving cases.
Sherlock Holmes' first case was 'The Gloria Scott' published in1893, but the first published Sherlock Holmes story was the novel,'A Study in Scarlet' (1887) which, coincidentally, was his firstcase where he was accompanied by Watson.
I'm not sure exactly when, but I know he retired to Sussex and lived as a beekeeper with no one for company except for his bees and his books. Very sad, I know. But at least he didn't die!! Sir Arthur Conan Doyle veiled his famous character Sherlock Holmes by stating that he has retired and is li…ving somewhere in Sussex engaged in bee-keeping, agricultural cultivation and research. "My villa is situated upon the southern slope of the Downs, commanding a great view of the Channel." -- Sherlock Holmes, 'The Adventure of the Lion's Mane' It is generally accepted as sometime in late 1903 or early 1904 when Holmes retired, and he would have been about 50 years old (based on other speculations). (MORE)
Of course! He was a very lean and agile man with lots of strength and endurance. Considering his skills in fencing, it was not at all anything difficult for him to jump across and over walls or from parapets and sunshades to ground. In The Hound Of The Baskervilles, how he crosses and recrosses …the deadly, sucking, oozing marsh at the dead of night alone is significant of his martial, mental and physical capabilities. However it should be noted that as a detective of shrewd observation, logic, deduction and diagnosis, he would not jump to conclusions. (MORE)
It appeared that his only friend was really Dr. Watson. He had a very large set of acquiantances from which he drew specialized knowledge and services. Harold Stackhurst (The Adventure of the Lion's Mane) was an acquaintance later in life. His brother Mycroft could be considered a friend. In 'The… Gloria Scott' Holmes speaks of a friendship with Victor Trevor in college. In 'The Musgrave Ritual' Holmes speaks of an acquaintance with Reginald Musgrave in college. I am certain there were others who Watson never saw fit to mention. (MORE)
No, in the stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The movies where Basil Rathbone plays Holmes, Holmes does not fight, but assists Scotland Yard and Washington D.C. in their war efforts against the Nazis. The case 'His Last Bow' takes place during World War 1. Sherlock Holmes would have been about 85 …when World War 2 started. (MORE)
There are only two stories indicating there is a telephone at 221b Baker Street with no mention of a phone number. In 'The Adventure of the Three Garridebs' Holmes calls Nathan Garrideb to setup an interview at Garrideb's home. In 'The Adventure of the Retired Colourman' Holmes says, "Thanks t…o the telephone and the help of the Yard, I can usually get my essentials without leaving this room." Both of these stories are late in Holmes' career, so it is likely the phone was a late addition. NOTE: If you are referring to the 'Sherlock' BBC TV series, your question is in the wrong category. (MORE)
At the beginning of 'The Sign of Four,' Watson asks, 'Which is it today morphine or cocaine?' though we are not told of any morphine use until 'The Adventure of the Illustrious Client' after Holmes is involved in a scuffle. Holmes' attending physician, Sir Leslie Oakshott, tells Watson when he arriv…es: "Two lacerated scalp wounds and some considerable bruises. Several stitches have been necessary. Morphine has been injected and quiet is essential, but an interview of a few minutes would not be absolutely forbidden." These are the only two references in the stories. (MORE)
He never said "Elementary, my dear Watson," although he simply said "Elementary" a couple times.
In the short story 'His Last Bow,' Holmes and Watson are spies forthe British government at the beginning of WW I though Holmes doesnot seem to understand the value of secrecy in the spy community.
He was a cocaine addict, [and occasionally took morphine] he smoked, and often was untidy and (both purposely and non-purposely) tended to neglect his health when on a case. He also knew very little about things that did not relate to crime.
The story starts when a man drops dead in the moors. A beggar triesto rob him. Holmes is told of an almost identical murder. Theyfollow Mortimor and Henry Baskerville out so that nothing happensto him. Holmes and Watson find a man pointing a gun in a nearby caband warn Henry. Watson and Henry later …go out to the moors whenthey see a butler that looks like the gunman in the cab. He has acandle and is waving it about. Watson asks him of his actions. Thebutler disappears. They see a distant light that looks like acandle. They go out to the moors and find a lit candle in a stonecave. The beggar in the beginning of the story is spying on them. (MORE)
I think that it depends on whether or not you believe that Sherlock Holmes was ever alive, or if he were simply a fictional character. If you are a Sherlockian, and believe that he was real, then I figure that he is probably dead by now, simply because he was 'supposedly' born January 6, 1854. Which… at this point in time, would make him about 156 years old. It is possible, (I guess) that he could have lived that long, but I highly doubt it. As for, if you believe that he was fictional, well.... he technically was never alive to begin with. Unless you are speaking of his life through the world of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. In that case, I'm not exactly sure because it is claimed that he had died once at a waterfall, and later revealed himself to be alive the entire time. So, he may very well have died later on and has simply not 'come back to life' again. (MORE)
"Silver Blaze" is a short story where Sherlock and Watson journey to the countryside to attempt to solve the death of a trainer and the disappearance of a racehorse. The horse's name is Silver Blaze.
No, Sherlock Holmes was not with the police. He was a private consulting detective. He cooperated with the police when it served his purpose..
'The Naval Treaty,' in 'The Adventure of the Empty House' there is a description of Holmes' fight with Moriarty three years earlier, 'The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist,' and 'The Adventure of the Illustrious Client.'
You can get the ability of thrill and adventure and you can also get the ability to put pieces together to a mystery. :}
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle the author did kill off Sherlock In the story, 'The Final Problem' But everyone was mad and unhappy with him, even Queen Victoria said she was mad at him killing him off, and then a few years later, he had another idea for a story and continued writing as if he never died.
i think the final problem, as it builds up a lot of tension In 1927 'The Strand Magazine' ran a contest to see who could most closely guess the author's dozen favourite Sherlock Holmes stories from the first 44 short stories as a promotion for the release of 'The Case-book of Sherlock Holmes.' Her…e is Conan Doyle's list: 1. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band" 2. "The Redheaded League" 3. "The Adventure of the Dancing Men" 4. "The Final Problem" 5. "A Scandal in Bohemia" 6. "The Adventure of the Empty House" 7. "The Five Orange Pips" 8. "The Adventure of the Second Stain" 9. "The Adventure of the Devil's Foot" 10. "The Adventure of the Priory School" 11. "The Musgrave Ritual" 12. "The Reigate Squires" Conan Doyle later added seven more short stories to his list. 13. "Silver Blaze" 14. "The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans" 15. "The Crooked Man" 16. "The Man with the Twisted Lip" 17. "The Greek Interpreter" 18. "The Resident Patient" 19. "The Naval Treaty" (MORE)
they whare great detectives and where smart. I don't know if theyever live but all I know is that a guy might have made him as acharacter
Practice deductive reasoning and make a habit of looking at thesmall, minor details. Also, pick up only trivia and skills thatwould be useful to you and your work. Everything else isunimportant and not worth keeping in mind. That would be a start.Most importantly, do not jump to conclusions before y…ou have foundall you need to know and weeded out everything irrelevant. Answer: In addition to the above and depending on hw much you want to belike Holmes there are other attributes you should consider. Learn unusual skills . disguise and acting to blend into crowds . stick and cane fighting (Bartitsu) . memorize vast amounts of trivial knowledge . write tretises on arcane subjects (pipe tobacco ash etc.) On the negative side: . develop a cocaine habit . be uncomfortable with women . live in a messy apartment . play violin badly . smoke a Meerschaum pipe . discharge your guns in the house . treat your friends badly These negative habits will not make you smart, like Holmes is, butthey will make you seem like him to your friends. (MORE)
Holmes used skills such as deductive reasoning, observation and forensic skills to help solve difficult cases. ----------- Here is a link for a definition of forensics. http://www.answers.com/topic/forensic
It stands for Victoria Regina (Latin for Queen Victoria) Queen of England at that time.
Because he was a famous detective in a book that is fictional, andthat's why he is famous! ( .*.*. )
They are not all the same, but some are similar. . A Case of Identity, The Adventure of the Speckled Band, and The Adventure of the Copper Beeches all feature fathers or step-fathers who do not want their daughters to marry. . The Red-Headed League, The Stock-broker's Clerk, The Adventure of th…e Three Gables, and The Adventure of the Three Garridebs all feature villains who want an innocent person out of their own house for mischievous purposes. . Both A Study in Scarlet and The Valley of Fear feature flashback chapters to provide the motive. . The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans, The Adventure of the Second Stain, and The Naval Treaty feature state secrets. (MORE)
As my name makes apparent, I am a great fan of Robert DOwney Jr as am I his portrayal of Sherlock Holmes. I have heard the rumours of a sequel with none being confirmed as of yet, though it has been brought up so many times, I think it shall have one.
We never really hear the term crazy, it is often pointed out that Holmes is very eccentric. These eccentricities are almost always attributed in one way or another to his genius mind and his inability to quiet his thoughts. Often Holmes's actions come into question, leaving Watson and the reader to …wonder if Sherlock has finally gone over the edge. Without fail the situation which left us wondering about his sanity inevitably turns out to be nothing less than a stroke of genius. When Holmes explains events, he restores our faith in his sanity. This is of course just my opinion; but, I have read most things by and about him and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. (MORE)
"Now would you mind going down and fetching that poor little devil of a terrier which has been bad so long, and which the landlady wanted you to put out of its pain yesterday." -- Sherlock Holmes, 'A Study in Scarlet' Toby proved to be an ugly, long-haired, lop-eared creature, half spaniel and ha…lf lurcher, brown and white in colour, with a very clumsy, waddling gait. -- John Watson, The Sign of Four ___When we descended I followed Holmes into the stable-yard, where he opened the door of a loose-box and led out a squat, lop-eared, white-and-tan dog, something between a beagle and a foxhound. ___"Let me introduce you to Pompey," said [Holmes]. 'The Adventure of the Missing Three-Quarter' I understand Gladstone was an English bulldog in the 2009 Sherlock Holmes movie, but it belonged to Watson. (MORE)
Sherlock Holmes Baffled . American Mutoscope and BiographCo., April 1900, c. February 1903. 1 reel. 18 ft. 16 mm. "An early trick film, clearly made for viewing on a mutoscope orpeepshow machine. Although a tiny, trivial piece, it is historic asbeing the earliest known use of Sherlock Holmes in movi…ngpictures." (Michael Pointer) The film was photographed on the roof of the New York studio byArthur Marvin on April 26, 1900, but was not copyrighted until1903. Review: Sherlock Holmes Journal , 8, No. 4 (Summer 1968), 138,140 (Michael Pointer). (MORE)
Well, Holmes often refers to his detecting techniques as the Science of Deduction. He also like chemistry.
The stories are set in the late 1800's. There is a TV series on the BBC that is set in the present.
I think the closest thing to a friend Sherlock has ever had is Watson, though he does have a romantic interest in Irene Addler in the film.
Considering he was born and raised in Great Britain, I don't know how he couldn't have an accent.
The 60 Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are found in : A Study in Scarlet The Sign of Four (or The Sign of The Four) The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes The Hound of the Baskervilles The Return of Sherlock Holmes The Valley of Fear His L…ast Bow The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes These make up "The Canon". There are other Sherlock Holmes stories by other authors, such as "The Exploits of Sherlock Holmes" by Adrian Conan Doyle and John Dickson Carr; but the above 60 are the 'orthodox' stories. (MORE)
In the 2009 film starring Robert Downey jr? The song was the Rocky Road to Dublin, by the Dubliners.
What is The Return of Sherlock Holmes about? Well, it's an entire volume of Sherlock Holmes stories. I'll give you a little bit of information on each story... The Adventure of the Empty House Sherlock Holmes supposedly returns from the grave The Adventure of the Norwood Builder A young law…yer is accused of murdering one of his clients. The Adventure of the Dancing Men Sherlock Holmes solves a cryptic but deadly code The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist A strange case of a young woman who is stalked. The Adventure of the Priory School The son of a duke is missing in the north of England The Adventure of Black Peter A man is killed by a harpoon. The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton Sherlock Holmes confronts the most dangerous man in London. The Adventure of the Six Napoleons A strange case concerning six busts of Napoleon. The Adventure of the Three Students A set of important papers disappear The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez A man is found dead in a case that appears motiveless. The Adventure of the Missing Three-Quarter A top rugby player has gone missing The Adventure of the Abbey Grange A Sir Eustace Brackenstall is found dead, but the case is deeper than it first appears. The Adventure of the Second Stain. A precious document of the prime minister is missing The Return of Sherlock Holmes is an amazing book, and I hope you enjoy reading it! (MORE)
Directors of the Series There were several directors who worked on the series The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Alan Grint directed 4 episodes, 1984-1985 The Final Problem; The Greek Interpreter; The Crooked Man; The Naval Treaty Paul Annett directed 3 episodes, 1984-1985 The Copper… Beeches; The Solitary Cyclist; A Scandal in Bohemia John Bruce directed 3 episodes, 1984-1985 The Red Headed League; The Speckled Band; The Dancing Men David Carson directed 2 episodes, 1984-1985 The Resident Patient; The Blue Carbuncle Ken Grieve directed in 1985 The Norwood Builder (MORE)
"THE woman," Irene Adler. "I have been beaten four times - three times by men and once by a woman." -- Sherlock Holmes, 'The Five Orange Pips'
Guy Ritchie is the director of the new one staring Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law.
Sherlock Holmes was not the type to believe in the supernatural so his faith in anything would not be unquestioning. There is a line in The Adventure of the Gloria Scott where, while he is telling a story about his friend Victor Trevor, Holmes said he had been on his way to chapel when Trevor's dog …bit his ankle. Therefore, one can assume he was of a Christian background of some sort. One could also make an argument that he was more of an athiest but had to study religious things in case of a case involving religion. There have been stories, though, of him being of other religions but those are fan created. (MORE)
In the Basil Rathbone movies, he said: "Elementary, my dear Watson." He said many things in the books. He tended to mutter to himself while searching a crime scene. He usually twitted Watson that "You see but you do not observe". He complained that he must have information to work on "Data! Da…ta! Data! I can't build bricks without clay." he once said. His pride was that he based his deductions on observational clues. One of his fans' favourite quotes is "Come, Watson! Come! The game is afoot." which is a hunter's phrase meaning "the quarry is stirring from its den" and a paraphrase of Shakespeare. He said it only once; but it's often quoted. He almost always complained that the police did not keep the crime scene intact. Always stamping about with their muddy boots. When a police officer had done something right according to Holmes' standards, Holmes is invariably surprised. (MORE)
"Young Sherlock Holmes" (1985). Stars Nicholas Rowe as Sherlock Holmes, Alan Cox as John Watson.
Sherlock Holmes is a fictional character and cannot be anyone's ancestor except another fictional character.
In the trailer, it shows a casket being lowered into a grave marked Sherlock Holmes: 18 something something to 1888. So it's safe to assume that he truly does die. But they could also do with this what Conan Doyle did after The Final Problem.