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Firmin Gémier

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

Firmin Gémier (21 february 1869 - 26 november 1933) was a French actor, director and theatre manager.

In 1907, he produced the play Sherlock Holmes, the Pierre Decourcelle's adaptation of the William Gillette's play Sherlock Holmes, in which Gémier played Sherlock Holmes himself from 20 december 1907 to 13 september 1908 (338 performances), then he was replaced by Georges Flateau and Harry Baur.


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