Who could dispute the adventures of Sherlock Holmes as the best detective stories ever written? I never fail to pause when I see one on television even though I already know how they all end. Of course, Dr. Watson is just a tad TOO stupid for me, but the new Dr. Watson in the latest remake was a bit more like Cato from the Pink Panther series. Speaking of which, how can I choose between Holmes and Clouseau? That suave and debonair master of the mysterious? But again, how could I forget M. Poirot? Who is more masterful, more suave, more debonair than Christie's fashionable dectective? My favorite Christie case: Death on the Nile. Favorite Pink Panther: A Shot in the Dark. Favorite Doyle? Hound of the Baskervilles.
Hey, I'm ready for a movie marathon with plenty of soda, popcorn and M & M's.