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Commentary by Mark Gatiss, Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. This is just a selection from the commentary which I personally found interesting or fun. Sherlock shooting a smiley face into the wall is taken from one of the stories when a bored Holmes shoots “V.R.”. "The Great Game" is the third episode of the television series Sherlock. It was first broadcast on . According to the DVD commentary, "The Great Game" was the first episode of Sherlock to be produced after the BBC accepted the series. Plot - Sources and allusions - Production - Broadcast and reception. Did Martin Freeman walk out, angrily, or in some other mood?.
Sherlock - The Great Game Commentary! With Mark Gatiss and Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman!!!! There are other Sherlock commentaries as well!. Sherlock Holmes moves to manga. Based on the BBC television series, Titan Comics' six part mini-series stays true to the source, with an. Mycroft needs Sherlock's help, but a remorseless criminal mastermind puts According to the episode commentary, The voice of the little boy is provided by.
A page for describing Recap: Sherlock S 01 E 03 The Great Game. Not only that, but in the commentary for this episode, Benedict Cumberbatch mentioned.
Sherlock has been released on DVD and Blu-ray. Episode 3: "The Great Game " Episode 1 commentary featuring Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss, Una Stubbs.
In the audio commentary, Mark Gatiss said that although filming in this . Sherlock Audio Commentary () 'The Great Game' Directed by.
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Sherlock. Special thanks to John F. for helping to compile this information. The DVD releases of Listing 4 commentaries. Episode “The Great Game”. but “The Great Game” may–may–have washed the bad taste of the previous episode out of my mouth. THIS is Sherlock Holmes. THIS is why I. Rewatch: Sherlock - The Great Game (Part 2) .. I don't pause when I watch the commentary (much) so I either catch what they say enough to.
Masterpiece Mystery ended its season on an unbelievably high note with The Great Game, the final episode of Sherlock's first season.
Sherlock not only has the game to distract him, but he also has other A great source of tension between the two of them is over what exactly is.
Download Citation on ResearchGate | On May 15, , Matthew Hills and others published Sherlock's Epistemological Economy and the Value of?Fan?. Based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. Originally The great game commentary; "Unlocking Sherlock" making of featurette; Pilot: A study in pink. This item:Sherlock: Season 1 by Benedict Cumberbatch DVD $ . operation ("The Blind Banker") and a mad bomber ("The Great Game"). Though Episode 3 Commentary featuring: Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, Mark Gatiss.
endure each other (“A Study in Pink” Commentary). Sharing Moffat's point of . “ The Great Game,” John criticizes Sherlock for not knowing anything about the. I still have the first Sherlock Holmes book I ever owned. a Sidney Paget illustration on the front and a wonderful introduction which ended with. The Great Game originally featured a scene where, Gatiss remembers, “Mycroft refers to something Sherlock did as a child which disintegrated.
Buy Sherlock - Series [DVD] from Amazon's DVD & Blu-ray TV Store. A Study in Pink, The Blind Banker and The Great Game Audio commentaries.
Loved Cumberbatch's Sherlock, his manipulative ways In the commentary to the Great Game, all three of them (Gatiss, Freeman and.
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