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Smearlock Holmes, or Why He's Conan Doyled Himself

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Review and cast in The Yorkshire Post & Leeds Intelligencer (2 february 1911)

Smearlock Holmes, or Why He's Conan Doyled Himself is a British parodic play written by R. C. Oldham, organized by The Barwick Golf Club and performed at the Leeds and County Liberal Club (Leeds, Yorkshire, UK) in 1911, starring G. R. Coxon as Sherlock Holmes and Norman Jackson as Dr. Watson.


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Article about R. C. Oldham in The Yorkshire Evening Post (7 june 1913)





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