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YES! New stage still-and it’s a big file! The top photo discovery from the stage stills of “The Secret of Sherlock Holmes” at the Wyndham Theatre, is the largest and most high definition photo scan I’ve found on the Internet yet, with the exception of the more well-known second color still below.

These stage stills keep popping out of unknown corners of the Internet, usually out of forums.  It’s gotten to the point where I’ve found the majority of the entire Pritchard Archive floating about in the dark corners of cyberspace, in Japanese photography collections, in inactive JB fan forum threads and on archived fansites that went inactive more than 10 years ago.

I do believe my newly discovered top photo is the retrospective in “Secret” where Holmes drops his disguise in Watson’s practice in “The Empty House”, leading up to asking Watson’s forgiveness for disappearing for three years after Reichenbach.  It brought me to tears just listening to it after doing the restoration on the sound file, which I posted on my SoundCloud.

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Holmeses and Watsons bending elements.  / x -  x -  x /

Awesome. XD

This is just so great.  

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The good thing about the Holmes and Watson relationship is that no matter what incarnation you’re looking at, it’s always precious. 




Love Jeremy Brett

Love Jeremy Brett

so, this blog is great.  Just play.  


TOP 5 DONNA NOBLE SCENES #1 | asked by passrevoked
[See also: top 5 donna quotes | tag essays ]

That’s the choice, Donna. It’s Pompeii or the world… If Pompeii is destroyed, then it’s not just history - it’s me. I make it happen… Vesuvius exploded with the force of twenty-four nuclear bombs. Nothing can survive it. Certainly not us.

The last thing I was expecting to feel in just the second episode of Donna’s run as a regular companion is All The Feelings. But this beautiful, impeccably acted scene pretty much sums up everything I love about Donna Noble and her relationship with the impossible, skinny spaceman who inadvertently kidnapped her on her wedding day. She is so brave here, and so compassionate: how many people would, in all sincerity, react the way she does when told that she’s not going to survive a cataclysmic explosion that would set the universe on the right course? You can see it in the Doctor’s face too - ‘Never mind us’, Donna says - and he always knew that he only takes the best, but it’s at this precise moment that he realises just how very true that is of Donna.

And that’s not enough beautiful character and relationship development for one scene, oh no - because Donna then goes on to tell the Doctor, without saying a single word, that she understands now what it really means to be the last of the Time Lords, what it means to carry with him in his everyday life the weight and burden of so many lives and so much guilt. She doesn’t just stand there and watch him take on another load of guilt as he changes history. No, she takes it upon herself to share his burden and the pain that comes with the choices he must make - she puts her hands on his, and lets him know that the choice is hers too. It’s not just you - we make it happen - you’re not alone.