Sherlock Holmes is a fictional detective character which was created by Author and Physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, published in 1886. The author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has formed this character as the model for golden age of detective fiction. In addition, the author has also given an inspired character and crime fiction plot/store for adaptation. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has written 4 novels and 56 short stories which are still recognized and followed as the best crime fictional detective sequences.
There are number of examples of Sherlock Holmes character adaptation in the crime fiction and films. Some of them are here under:
Adaptation of tidy scenario:
The tidy scenario “The criminal who caused the disruption is caught and punished, life returns to normal” was introduced by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in his fictional detective character Sherlock Holmes. This tidy scenario is quite largely adapted in later crime fiction and films.
Adaptation of style and appearance:
The style and appearance of fictional detective character not only inspired the audience but also become trend for future crime fiction and films. Its styles include tight fit haunting cap, clay pipe, strong personality, logical reasoning, ability to adopt any disguise, and forensic science skills.
Cinematography of Sherlock Holmes:
The fictional detective character Sherlock Holmes has been filmed as well due to its wide audience and strong recognition. In 2009 the movie Sherlock Holmes was filmed under the direction of Guy Ritchie and produced by Joel Silver. The film was super hit and received two academy awards. A sequel of this film was also created with the name Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows.
At the end of treatise it is acknowledgeable that quality work always remains influential. This is the reason that fictional detective character Sherlock Holmes created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is still alive in the crime fiction, films and in the hearts of readers/audience.