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Sherlock Holmes (play 1931)

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Western Daily Press (10 march 1931, p. 9)

Sherlock Holmes is a British play performed by Mr. Douglas Millar's company at the Theatre Royal (Bristol, UK) on 9 march 1931, starring Paul Lorraine as Sherlock Holmes and Edward George More O'Ferrall as Dr. Watson.

This is an adaptation of the William Gillette's play : Sherlock Holmes (1899).