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“It was absolutely delicious, Watson. A straight left against a slogging ruffian. I emerged as you see me. Mister Woodley was taken home in a cart.”

(via yagamie)

(via fuckyeahgranadaholmes)



Mrs. Hudson has been roused, she retorted on me, and I on you.

Then Watson’s like ‘what is it, a fire?’, which is hilarious considering Holmes really took his time waking him up. But I guess fire might be a common occurrence at 221B what with all the cigarettes thrown everywhere.

The original text in “The Speckled Band” was ““Very sorry to knock you up, Watson, but it’s the common lot this morning. Mrs. Hudson has been knocked up, she retorted upon me, and I on you.

“What is it, then? A fire?”

“No, a client…Now, when young ladies wander about the metropolis at this hour of the morning, and knock sleepy people up out of their beds, I presume that it is something very pressing which they have to communicate.”

Knocking someone up had a different meaning then, obviously. 

Then again, “roused” isn’t much better.

(via my-ear-trumpet)

The Changeling, 1961

(Source: bannteagann)

1/25 photos of Jeremy Brett
ca. 1978, [publicity still of Jeremy Brett in Dracula, costume and set design by Edward Gorey], Kenn Duncan
via the New York Public Library of Performing Arts, Billy Rose Theatre Division

ca. 1978, [publicity stills of Margaret Whitton and Jeremy Brett in Dracula], Ken Duncan

via the New York Public Library for Performing Arts, Billy Rose Theater Division


Jeremy Brett and Dalton Dearborn in the Edward Gorey production of Dracula, 1978