Sherlock Holmes is a detective character created by Scottish author and physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
A brilliant London-based "consulting detective", Holmes is famous for his astute logical reasoning, his ability to take on almost any disguise, and his use of forensic science skills to solve difficult cases.
In The Great Mouse Detective, Holmes appears as the "neighbor" to Basil of Baker Street. He is the world's greatest human detective (Basil being the world's greatest mouse detective). He is not given much of a role in the film; all he receives is a cameo appearance.
In the Phineas and Ferb episode "Elementary My Dear Stacy", Candace and Stacy read the entire collection of the Sherlock Holmes books and decides to use Holmes' method of deduction with Stacy's help to bust Phineas and Ferb's activity: A water-slide. As usual, though the waterslide disappeared before Candace and Stacy could get to Linda and Winifred.
In the Gravity Falls episode Headhunters, Sherlock Holmes appears as a malicious living wax statue that tries to murder Grunkle Stan for having locked him and the other wax statues away when they stopped making him money. He ends up decapitating Mabel's wax figure of Stan instead. When Dipper and Mabel fight off the wax statues, Dipper lures Holmes to the roof of the Mystery Shack, leading him to be melted by the light of sunrise. Holmes is voiced by John Oliver.
- Sherlock Holmes' voice is taken from clips of the original Sherlock Holmes films.
|The Great Mouse Detective|
| The Great Mouse Detective
Characters: Basil of Baker Street | David Q. Dawson | Padriac Ratigan | Fidget | Toby | Olivia Flaversham | Hiram Flaversham | Mrs. Judson | Miss Kitty Mouse | Miss Kitty Mouse's twin sisters | Ratigan's thugs | Felicia | Bill the Lizard | Bartholomew | Sherlock Holmes | John Watson | Queen Mousetoria | Unidentified woman mouse
Locations: Ratigan's lair
See also: Darkwing Duck