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Marcia Jessen from BasilRathbone.net has very kindly sent The Baz these wonderful pdfs of articles advertising “Hollywood Tours.” Interesting to us mainly because amongst the delights offered the lucky tourists is a “cocktail party at Basil Rathbone’s home!” But almost as interesting is the read more
Posted by Neve on Jan 8, 2015
Basil Rathbone, aged c.18? Presumably at Repton? read more
Posted by Neve on Jan 8, 2015
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Posted by Neve on Jan 4, 2015
There is a wonderful and fantastically in-depth new review of RHYTHM ONTHE RIVER on BasilRathbone.net. read more
Posted by Neve on Dec 31, 2014
Hello all. I’m the new co-admin of The Baz. And this is the new magazine-style layout, which I hope you like. It’s designed to showcase a good range of the fantastic array of material here. If you scroll down the front page you’ll find several new sections, full of various goodies. So far we read more
Posted by Neve on Aug 28, 2014
Go HERE for all the Sherlock-related posts on this blog
It’s as Sherlock Holmes that Rathbone became iconic, and, however much he might have deplored it, it’s as Sherlock Holmes that many learned to love him. So, it only seems right we have a Sherlock page here.
As most BR fans and movie read more
Posted by Neve on Jun 13, 2014
Yes, it’s Basil Rathbone’s 122nd birthday!
So here’s a reminder of why he was and always will be the GREAT BAZ……
Happy Bday Mr Rathbone read more
Posted by Neve on Jun 8, 2014
The Baz as Sherlock is the focus of a new piece on I HEAR OF SHERLOCK EVERYWHERE, and there’s even a few choice words of epic wisdom fro yours truly. :D.
So hurry and visit….
http://www.ihearofsherlock.com/2014/06/basil-rathbone-reluctant-sherlock-holmes.html#.U5TVjyjv6l4 read more
Posted by Neve on Jun 1, 2014
Marcia has suggested I post this and see if any of the fans out there has suggestions and answers.
Is the Basil?…..
I mean the guy on the right, not one of the people wearing hats. The photo is being sold here, and has this description:
“8h824 STAGE DOOR candid 8×10 read more
Posted by Neve on May 11, 2014
Hi all. Yes, I am still here. Reading all your comments and appreciating the photos etc being sent in. Things have taken a turn on Friday and I’ve finally got a bit more leisure. So – Sunday Pic!
Thought I’d start with a lovely thing that Marcia linked to in a comment. The owner of read more
Posted by Neve on Mar 18, 2014
This article first appeared in THE DANVILLE BEE, JULY 20 1922. Ouida Bergere was married to her second (or third) husband, George FitzMaurice. Click on pdf button to download a copy of the original article
Well, those who have been following the eventful career of Basil’s second wife, th read more
Posted by Neve on Jan 20, 2014
Ok, so in the first real post of 2014, we’re looking at the brief memoir of Cynthia Rathbone given to us by David Leddick her friend and colleague at Hockaday Associates. Answering some of our questions, though also adding several more, David tells us Cynthia died of “drink and d read more
Posted by Neve on Dec 31, 2013
The blog has been quiet lately. Sorry guys, I’ve been sick and all alone except for the cat. I missed a blogathon. Bad blogging person. But here are some stats.
The Baz had around 70,000 visitors this year, from 106 countries!
Average of around 6,000 per month. 200 per day.
That’s pretty read more
Posted by Neve on Dec 11, 2013
Just a quick post to tell you all the Baker Street Journal sent out a reminder today that people have until Saturday to sign up for their Christmas edition which features the text of Ouida’s ill-fated 1953 stage play, SHERLOCK HOLMES.So go along and order a copy and discover whether it really read more
Posted by Neve on Dec 6, 2013
An occasional series giving you a chance to see and discuss some of BR’s pre-1934 talking films. The period in filmmaking known as “pre-code” because it predates the enforcement of the highly constraining Motion Picture Production Code in 1934. This code had actually been put on t read more