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Paul Bailey says
Robin Hood wasn't completely fiction, although Maid Marian might have been added to 'pull the women' into this otherwise fraught world of men in tights. On a TV programme a while ago Magnus M 'unearthed' three likely candidates between 11th-14th Cent
Anastasia Kingsley says
Oh me too! Ohhh... if only Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson were true. Glad to find a similar soul! Bless you surefire! :)
I know, it's so beautiful there are so many Holmes Watson admirers. Exactly how I feel too sir, holmes was childish and liked to be pampered and Watson selflessly responded out of sheer respect and honour. I think Jeremy Brett is the best version yet
Edward Hardwicke was Jeremy Brett's Dr Watson... The image was ex-Army with 'controlled' moustache, grey flannel for town and tweed suits for country; kept his army revolver for emergencies, a 'weather eye' on Holmes' wellbeing. A friend in need...
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Sushma Webber says
What about Jessica from Murder She Wrote?
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John Roberts says
I always thought the super-heoes of the Big Apple were the Ninja Turtles - the accidental result of throwing pets and toxic waste into the sewers...(Where're the pizzas, man?) What about that giant croc? Not so much a 'hero' as a 'wake-up' call.
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