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Sherlock Holmes (play 1908)

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Sherlock Holmes (1908)

Sherlock Holmes is a play in 4 acts written by William Gillette and Arthur Conan Doyle, arranged by Charles Frohman, performed from 31 august to 5 september 1908 at The Grand Theatre and Opera House in New Brigate, Leeds (UK).


Contents


Acts

  • Act 1 : Drawing Room of the Larrabees
  • Act 2 :
    • Scene 1 : Professor Moriarty's Underground Office
    • Scene 2 : Sherlock Holmes' Apartments in Baker St.
  • Act 3 : The Stepney Gas Chamber
  • Act 4 : Dr. Watson's Consulting Rooms, Kensington


Cast





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