thecoppercow:

vermiculated:

masuoka:

"I am the Alpha and the Omega"

Endeavour 2x03, “Sway” (2014)

confidential to thecoppercow: I hate myself now. 

I had not noticed the VERY PECULIAR thing Laskey does with his shoulders here, and were I to actually watch this episode ever, rather than merely yelling about this gifset (sorry everyone) I might be able to discern it, but — he sets his shoulders forward in the second frame. Which in fact, is not peculiar at all, (BUT THAT WAS A GOOD LEDE) it’s how to get ready for a fight. 

#what are you going to fight over: your lost and abusive childhood?

Oh gods, I hadn’t even seen that little shift - Laskey’s micro-acting is amazing to behold. Actually thank you for point this out because I’m probably going to rewatch these episodes soon, and I’m looking out for the foreshadowing this time. Also - your tags. Your tags. Perfection *weeps*.

britishdetectives:

Not new, but this just kills me…

britishdetectives:

Not new, but this just kills me…

"There is a tremendous delicacy in preserving Holmes in other people’s imaginations because there are a million different ways of seeing him. You try not to interfere with anybody’s image."
Jeremy Brett (via ladyhysteric)

Holmes taking care of Watson’s gambling problem (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

atarial:

Baker Street
oh my gosh this is finished!!!!!!! after more than year, it is finally done!!
I do hope that you all like this as much as the old one, hopefully even more
=D

atarial:

Baker Street

oh my gosh this is finished!!!!!!! after more than year, it is finally done!!

I do hope that you all like this as much as the old one, hopefully even more

=D

Possibly one of my favourite scenes from A Touch of Cloth - it’s less well-known than most parodies but if you’re into comedy or murder mysteries, you have to see it.

"

"Would she not have made an admirable queen? Is it not a pity that she was not on my level?"

"From what I have seen of the lady she seems indeed to be on a very different level to your Majesty," said Holmes coldly.

"
giallo-e-dintorni:

Jeremy Brett (Sherlock Holmes), David Suchet (Hercule Poirot), Peter Davison (Albert Campion), and John Thaw (Inspector Morse).

giallo-e-dintorni:

Jeremy Brett (Sherlock Holmes), David Suchet (Hercule Poirot), Peter Davison (Albert Campion), and John Thaw (Inspector Morse).