Dr. John Watson: Oh, how I've missed you, Holmes.
Sherlock Holmes: Have you? I've barely noticed your absence.
Toward the beginning of the film, Watson enters Holmes' room on Baker Street that's full of eccentricities; looking out the window is a mannequin to act as Holmes' doppelganger. This idea was first used in the short story "The Empty Room" found in "The Return of Sherlock Holmes". The dummy was used again in the short story "The Mazarin Stone" found in "The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes". See more...
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|Title||Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows|
|Original entry||When Sherlock is fighting the Russian, he falls on a cart filled with seeds, which cover his right eye. When the angle changes, a frame later, the eye is clean.|