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Leane Roffey Line
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The value of Esperanto to the Steampunk Crossroads?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Leane Roffey Line Feb 10, 2011. 25 Replies

What is Esperanto and why is it valuable? After searching our site, I've decided to open a new thread, with some details on the language, which I plan on using as a second language in some stories…Continue

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Prof. Sebastian Fate replied to Leane Roffey Line's discussion Sherlock Holmes: Doyle's writings vs. Downey's Performance in the 2009 movie of the same name in the group The Bookshelf in the Parlor
" Hear , hear ! "
Sunday
Professor Argon Bats replied to Leane Roffey Line's discussion Sherlock Holmes: Doyle's writings vs. Downey's Performance in the 2009 movie of the same name in the group The Bookshelf in the Parlor
"I could not agree more. A masterful Ian McKellen, and solid performances all around. I also enjoyed the costumes and sets, not least the beautiful outdoors settings of Holmes'  bee keeping retreat."
Sunday
SouthernGothic replied to Leane Roffey Line's discussion Sherlock Holmes: Doyle's writings vs. Downey's Performance in the 2009 movie of the same name in the group The Bookshelf in the Parlor
"I thoroughly enjoyed the Downey films.   They just were Victorian action films to me and never felt like Holmes.Echoing the Professor's statement, "Jeremy Brett got it about right"."
May 29
Prof. Sebastian Fate replied to Leane Roffey Line's discussion Sherlock Holmes: Doyle's writings vs. Downey's Performance in the 2009 movie of the same name in the group The Bookshelf in the Parlor
"I suppose you might say that each generation gets the Holmes they deserve . Rathbone provided those who were engaged in WW2 with an assurance that in the end everything comes right while Downey reflects the difficulties of our age . Jeremy Brett…"
May 29
Melanie Atherton Allen replied to Leane Roffey Line's discussion Sherlock Holmes: Doyle's writings vs. Downey's Performance in the 2009 movie of the same name in the group The Bookshelf in the Parlor
"I think that Downey captures something of the Holmes of Doyle's stories, and something that has not, I think, been captured before on film.  I like to contrast Downey's Holmes with that of Basil Rathbone.  Rathbone's Holmes…"
May 29
Prof. Sebastian Fate replied to Leane Roffey Line's discussion Sherlock Holmes: Doyle's writings vs. Downey's Performance in the 2009 movie of the same name in the group The Bookshelf in the Parlor
" Sepiachord ( Blog posts , Main Page ) draws our attention to the Disney film " The Great Mouse Detective ' with the great Vincent Price hamming ( and singing ) it up as the villain ."
Apr 13
Prof. Sebastian Fate replied to Leane Roffey Line's discussion Sherlock Holmes: Doyle's writings vs. Downey's Performance in the 2009 movie of the same name in the group The Bookshelf in the Parlor
"It had to happen ! The ubiquitous Benedict Cumberbatch and his slightly less exposed sidekick will star in a Sherlock Holmes Christmas Special set in Victorian England .  It will be a ' stand alone ' 90 minute episode . From the…"
Mar 26
Prof. Sebastian Fate replied to Leane Roffey Line's discussion Sherlock Holmes: Doyle's writings vs. Downey's Performance in the 2009 movie of the same name in the group The Bookshelf in the Parlor
" Thanks for the link , Professor Bats . Well thought out comments and fine illustrations . Nice to find another who salutes the Jeremy Brett version . "
Dec 11, 2014
Professor Argon Bats replied to Leane Roffey Line's discussion Sherlock Holmes: Doyle's writings vs. Downey's Performance in the 2009 movie of the same name in the group The Bookshelf in the Parlor
"Thank you Professor. In the same vein, I found this list, which yielded some to me unknown interpretations."
Dec 11, 2014
Prof. Sebastian Fate replied to Leane Roffey Line's discussion Sherlock Holmes: Doyle's writings vs. Downey's Performance in the 2009 movie of the same name in the group The Bookshelf in the Parlor
" P. Aloysius Regnad draws our attention ( Front Page blog ) to the recent rediscovery of William Gillette's long lost 1916 silent Sherlock Holmes film . "
Dec 10, 2014
Prof. Sebastian Fate replied to Leane Roffey Line's discussion Sherlock Holmes: Doyle's writings vs. Downey's Performance in the 2009 movie of the same name in the group The Bookshelf in the Parlor
" Enjoyed Martin Freeman's performance in the recent ' Fargo ' although there were times when his character seemed to be in another program . I imagine it means that in the end it all boils down to the script . "
Jul 11, 2014
Professor Argon Bats replied to Leane Roffey Line's discussion Sherlock Holmes: Doyle's writings vs. Downey's Performance in the 2009 movie of the same name in the group The Bookshelf in the Parlor
"I figured they'd do at least one more season. I am still somewhat mixed about it, but will confess to watching them with some enjoyment. 90% of that enjoyment is probably to be credited to Martin Freeman as Watson."
Jul 11, 2014
Prof. Sebastian Fate replied to Leane Roffey Line's discussion Sherlock Holmes: Doyle's writings vs. Downey's Performance in the 2009 movie of the same name in the group The Bookshelf in the Parlor
" Word has reached this benighted outpost that the BBC is filming both a ' special ' in January and following up with three more episodes of ' Sherlock ' starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman . "
Jul 11, 2014
Prof. Sebastian Fate replied to Leane Roffey Line's discussion Sherlock Holmes: Doyle's writings vs. Downey's Performance in the 2009 movie of the same name in the group The Bookshelf in the Parlor
"Welcome aboard , Philip . Production standards in the Russian series are close to those of Granada ( allowing for filming in Riga ) and their Watson and Holmes are interesting but when it gets down to it Jeremy Brett and the two actors who played…"
Jun 11, 2014
Professor Argon Bats replied to Leane Roffey Line's discussion Sherlock Holmes: Doyle's writings vs. Downey's Performance in the 2009 movie of the same name in the group The Bookshelf in the Parlor
"Welcome, fellow Granada enthusiast!"
Jun 11, 2014
Philip Allan Brian Drew replied to Leane Roffey Line's discussion Sherlock Holmes: Doyle's writings vs. Downey's Performance in the 2009 movie of the same name in the group The Bookshelf in the Parlor
"New to this group... Sorry for being late... No, I'm not a fan of Downey as Holmes. For me the best Sherlock Holmes has to be Jeremy Brett (Granada TV, 1980s)."
Jun 11, 2014

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I serve as hostess for Mme. El Arius, interdimensional traveler, Professor of the Paranormal, channeler and dowser. Mme. El Arius is always available to answer any questions you may have, so don't hesitate to ask...otherwise as Leane I am a mathematician and science type!

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At 8:59pm on November 23, 2011, Prof. Sebastian Fate said…

It is a while since you have been on line . If you are back please let me know .

At 4:33pm on September 30, 2011, Bourget- gave Leane Roffey Line a gift
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Bonjour! Leane Roffey-Line... I hope that all is well with you...too! Merci, deedee gauzot
At 10:05pm on September 25, 2011, Professor Argon Bats said…
Been a while since I spotted you on the Empire, hope you're doing well :-)
At 3:16am on April 7, 2011, Prof. Sebastian Fate said…
Hope the snow has begun to melt and that you are well and enjoying your research project again .
At 10:12am on December 23, 2010, Marquis of Vaudeville said…

Dear Mademoiselle, Please do join us in Dallas for A Clockwork Wonderland: Through Aether & Mysterium

 

~A spectacularly splendid steampunk spectacle, tangled within a twisted Wonderland~ Jan. 22nd

 

http://www.thesteampunkempire.com/events/a-clockwork-wonderland-through

At 12:20pm on December 12, 2010, Noah Meernaum said…

Lady Line,

 

A gracious note of appreciation back to you for your kind words pertaining to the personal response round the recent Sherlock Holmes rendition, and request for further correspondence here.

At 4:51pm on December 6, 2010, Silas Griddley said…
Greeting Madame, Happy I am to add you to my list of friends. If you would like more info on creating a non profit, I'll be happy to help.
At 8:48pm on December 2, 2010, Euphorbia Dinsdale Vercotti said…
Greetings and thank you for the kind words. I'm quite enjoying this community!
At 6:43pm on December 2, 2010, The Widow Kate Next said…
Winging it as I go...but that is an oxymoron to Zepplin travel!
At 11:27am on November 27, 2010, Miss Electra Cogsworth said…
Hi Leane! and Welcome! Thank for your kind comment concerning my little earrings.
 
 
 

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