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  • The Many Faces of Sherlock Holmes
    gone on to appear in The Hobbit been nominated for an Oscar in The Imitation Game and stars in the new Whitey Bulger flick Black Mass alongside Johnny Depp But it was him at his cheekbones to cut diamonds icy best in the modern day Sherlock that got us onto his bandwagon After trying to kill him off the Brits finally bucked their habit of canceling shows See The Office The IT Crowd to bring Holmes and Watson Martin Freeman back for a Christmas special later this year Elementary Advertising A First Look at the Sherlock Special YouTube PBS But the world s most famous detective has had many faces over the years According to the Guinness Book of World Records he is one of the most portrayed movie characters in history with over 70 actors playing the part in over 200 films Here are some of the most iconic portrayals of the super sleuth Basil Rathbone The South African born English actor was the first real face of Sherlock Holmes on the silver screen playing the character in 14 films between 1939 and 1947 The actor would later find it difficult to shake the association with the famous deerstalker cap and Inverness cape as a result of this The Hound of Baskervilles 1939 YouTube Peter Cushing The character was given the Hammer touch in 1959 s The Hound of the Baskervilles Horror legend Peter Cushing took on the mantle of Sherlock Holmes in the first ever Sherlock film to be filmed in color He went on to play the detective in a number of films and a TV adaptation The Hound of the Baskervilles 1959 YouTube CinemaTerrorDotCom Robert Downey Jr The Iron Man picked up the pipe and indulged in narcotics of all kinds for 2009 s Hollywood blockbuster

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  • Bullevard | The Red Bulletin
    Kingdom United States de en es fr Menu The Red Bulletin Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Follow us via Twitter Follow us via Facebook Follow us via Instagram Subscribe for the Newsletter Search Search Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Home Bullevard Bullevard Quick hits and clever insights from the world of sports entertainment and science The Bullevard inspires and surprises Bullevard The ultimate bond girl Moneypenny s job description has been shaken and stirred with the times Bullevard What makes crime go pop These are the five characteristics that can make a crime go mainstream Bullevard Cops to Follow 4 police department instagram accounts to follow Bullevard City of Fallen Angels What if all of the city s notorious crimes happened at the same time Bullevard When crime goes thud The world s dumbest criminals Load more Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International Ireland Mexico South Africa South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom United States International editions de en es fr Follow us Facebook Instagram Newsletter Rss How to get In your country Subscribe App E paper About Contact More

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  • This is What it Feels Like to Float in Space
    space suit before being lowered into the pool and guided to submerged full size mock ups of the International Space Station s Zvezda Service Module and the Soyuz spacecraft G force training on Star City s centrifuge Thomas Rusch There you re hooked up to an oxygen supply and connected to Mission Control via an intercom before carrying out authentic maintenance work on the module s exterior From this point you re in space But beware One false move and you could float off into oblivion or at least to the other side of the gigantic tank You have to drag yourself around the module one hand at a time says 48 year old German artist and aspiring astronaut Michael Najjar But that s the best part It s incredibly exciting and challenging to be weightless in this kind of suit Requirements include a PADI scuba diving certificate a certified health check and a visitor s visa for Russia as well as a good level of physical and psychological fitness Underwater astronaut training is fun but grueling The heavy suit will test your strength while the sessions some as long as seven hours will stretch your stamina and endurance a high intensity cardio training regime is recommended as preparation It all adds to the authenticity though And when you get to follow in the footsteps of Yuri Gagarin himself it s an exclusive adventure that s hard to beat The astronauts work on the Zvezda Service Module Thomas Rusch The Insider Claustrophobics need not apply It s not good if you feel like tuna in a can says Bergweiler take a deep breath you must Learn to control your body and mind before taking on this challenge Space Affairs Find more information here Wikipedia Everything you need to know about

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  • Saving Lives in the World's Toughest Terrain
    at the heliport in the Swiss town 23 000 Feet was the altitude of the highest ever helicopter rescue mission carried out by Air Zermatt pilot Daniel Aufdenblatten on Annapurna in the Himalayas in April 2010 61 Degrees was the body temperature of one man rescued by Air Zermatt s senior doctor Axel Mann from a crevice the lowest he s seen He went on to marry his nurse Mann says Mountain flying is a complex system explains Pfammatter 45 who has been flying rescue missions for 20 years It s not just about knowledge Intuition and joined up thinking are vital And you need decades of experience for that When Air Zermatt launched in 1968 its first helicopter was parked in a wooden shed and it was in 1971 that its first rescue mission was flown off the north face of the Eiger In 2010 Pfammatter s colleague Daniel Aufdenblatten flew the highest ever helicopter rescue mission 23 000 feet up on Annapurna in Nepal He and mountain guide Richard Lehner who worked with him on the rescue were presented with the Heroism Award by industry publication Aviation Week Training to be an Air Zermatt pilot takes five years says Pfammatter You start with panoramic flights around the Matterhorn then you practice load bearing flights tree trunks pipes cows By the time a medic puts your first injured party on the winch you re more experienced than most other rescue pilots anywhere in the world Pfammatter can deposit a 650 foot long rescue rope onto a piece of land the size of a towel and align the helicopter s angle of flight to tufts of grass in a field What he can t do is make life or death decisions At the end of a good day you look at yourself in the mirror and you ve saved 10 people s lives On a bad day mission control tells you there are fatalities and you re flying body bags to the mountain Pfammatter has had many good days as a pilot but also some very bad ones He has recovered the bodies of dead children and cried in the cockpit of his helicopter How does one get over the very bad days By running says Pfammatter Slowly at first Then I sprint until I m exhausted and collapse into bed The next day you get up and climb back into the cockpit Advertising HELICOPTERS ARE FLYING AT THEIR LIMIT ABOVE 19 600 FEET THE AIR IS THIN THE ROTOR BLADES HAVE LESS RESISTANCE Gerold Biner Air Zermatt s operational area the Valais Alps has 41 peaks over 13 000 feet high The team flies 1 500 missions a year If a mountaineer has an accident away from the hiking trails the mountain guides are called in Down in the valley Anjan Truffer s cell phone rings Air Zermatt s most senior mountain guide is a giant of a man who grew up in the village and has climbed the

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  • Behind the Scenes of Everest
    Rob Hall founded before dying in the 1996 disaster Culture Jason Clarke The Everest star on why he ll take adventure over fame any day Advertising Watch the Everest movie trailer YouTube Universal Pictures Kormakur It was all fun in the beginning and everyone was funny and jokey and then you re halfway up to Everest and people are throwing up and are like I can t do this and started to fall apart We walked all the way to Namche Bazaar at 11 286 feet the Gateway to Everest and we had to hand carry some of the equipment We had to sleep in unheated hotels in below freezing temperatures You had to have electric blankets to sleep and these are movie stars used to better than that And then they got scared they couldn t handle this job for five months so it started getting real And I love that you know And in the end they felt a feeling of accomplishment They probably didn t know what they were getting into Cotter One of the hardest things for a filmmaker to do with mountains is to explain to the audience why you would want to go to the mountain in the first place We ve become a very risk averse world in the West and so a lot of people are brought up to avoid risk at all cost And a lot can t understand why you would put yourself in the way of danger So to explain all of that to the viewer I think that s important because otherwise you re looking at a disaster movie I think that s one of the biggest challenges Balt s a strong guy He s a Viking And even though the director is God on a film set at least I could have his ear It was all fun in the beginning then you re halfway up to Everest and people are throwing up and are like I can t do this Director Baltasar Kormakur on the set of Everest Jasin Boland Kormakur We shot in the Dolomites mostly because above base camp you won t get insurance There s no company that would let us up there We almost got to base camp at 17 598 feet and that s where people started getting sick and you have to acclimatize It was important to understand the elements to get the feel as much as I possibly could to understand what it is and to give the actors that as well To give people a sense of place and danger I went to base camp in a helicopter to scout and my oxygen bottle was empty and it was really really tough Cotter Jason Clarke who plays Hall and I would talk before hand about how it would look People have to breathe differently they ve got to look differently ask about the amount of snow stuck to their hat All of those things run together to give

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  • Food | The Red Bulletin
    articles Recommended articles Tags Home Food Food 4 articles found Lifestyle The meat of the future Grasshoppers larvae and honeypot ants our food of the future Bullevard Killer Instinct Magnus Nilsson It s better to kill meat yourself Lifestyle Future Food Meat from the lab Eggs without chickens And milk that s not from an udder Lifestyle Fit fitter fittest How does Braden Currie stay at the top of his

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  • Surfing | The Red Bulletin
    via Facebook Follow us via Instagram Subscribe for the Newsletter Search Search Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Home Surfing Surfing 22 articles found Lifestyle SPIN CYCLE The best places to get barreled on a bodyboard Lifestyle 20 Bucket List Must Do s Top places to visit and things to do before you die Part 1 Lifestyle The best action trips Part 2 of the 20 things to do before you die adventure list Sports Surfer s paradise Surf photog Alan van Gysen and 3 pros search for the perfect wave in Madagascar Lifestyle Learn to Jetsurf Motorized boards take traditional surfing to a new level Sports Paddleboarding Rivalry The world s best standup paddlers on their competitive childhood friendship Lifestyle The Perfect Instagram Photog Chris Burkard on his top locales around the world for the perfect shot Sports Behind the Scenes Surfing s ultimate trio the G Bros travel the world and break down barriers Load more Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International Ireland Mexico South Africa South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom United States International editions de en

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  • South Africa | The Red Bulletin
    via Instagram Subscribe for the Newsletter Search Search Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Home South Africa South Africa 20 articles found Culture The street is your canvas South Africa s finest artists tell us what you need for making street art Culture Giants of graphic novels South African graphic novelist Joe Daly picks out the giants of the genre Culture Using waste to do good Thato Kgatlhanye is making solar panel backpacks to fuel learning Culture Street Art South Africa Four of the best artists in South Africa present their work Culture The Art of Subversion Four of South Africa s finest artists explore their work Sports How to bomb downhill Skater pro Gabrielle Murray Roberts shares her advice for sizing up that slope Lifestyle Elon Musk The South African born entrepreneur is ready to take the human race to Mars Sports You re Doing it Wrong Ironman Matt Trautman on how to avoid typical fitness beginner s mistakes Load more Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International Ireland Mexico South Africa South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom United States

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