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* [[Tutter]] and [[Ojo]] don Sherlock Holmes caps and magnifying glasses in the storybook ''[[Mystery at the Big Blue House]]''.
 
* [[Tutter]] and [[Ojo]] don Sherlock Holmes caps and magnifying glasses in the storybook ''[[Mystery at the Big Blue House]]''.
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Image:Sherlockrowlf.jpg|Rowlf in ''The Muppet Show'''s UK spot of episode 103
 
Image:Sherlockrowlf.jpg|Rowlf in ''The Muppet Show'''s UK spot of episode 103
 
Image:Sherlockbunsen.jpg|"Elementary school, my dear Beaker."
 
Image:Sherlockbunsen.jpg|"Elementary school, my dear Beaker."
 
Image:Surelickbones.jpg|Surelick Bones on the ''Dog City'' episode "Is It Arf?"
 
Image:Surelickbones.jpg|Surelick Bones on the ''Dog City'' episode "Is It Arf?"
Image:Mbabiesissue13.jpg|Issue #13 of the ''Muppet Babies comic''
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Image:Mbabies-kermlock.jpg|Issue #13 of the ''Muppet Babies comic''
 
Image:Sherlock ernie flashlight adventure.JPG|''Ernie and Bert's Flashlight Adventure''
 
Image:Sherlock ernie flashlight adventure.JPG|''Ernie and Bert's Flashlight Adventure''
 
Image:Sherlock_ojo_and_tutter.JPG|''Mystery at the Big Blue House''
 
Image:Sherlock_ojo_and_tutter.JPG|''Mystery at the Big Blue House''

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Muppet Sherlock Holmes comics cover.

Sherlock Holmes is a fictional detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and first published in 1887. He and his companion, Dr. Watson, have been spoofed or portrayed many times in Muppet productions, and the character Baskerville was named after the Holmes novel The Hound of the Baskervilles.

Most of these portrayals rely heavily on the film characterization of Holmes by Basil Rathbone, including the familiar deerstalker cap and cape.

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