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Его Величество Шерлок Холмс

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Его Величество Шерлок Холмс (His Majesty Sherlock Holmes) is a Soviet play in 2 parts, written and directed by Gennady Oporkov, premiered at the Krasnoyarsk Theatre for Young Spectators on 28 january 1968, starring Valentin Golovko as Sherlock Holmes and Anatoly Erin as Dr. Watson.

The play is an adaptation of the Arthur Conan Doyle's novel : A Study in Scarlet (1887).



Cast

  • Sherlock Holmes : Valentin Golovko (Валентин Головко)
  • Dr. Watson : Anatoly Erin (Анатолий Ерин)
  • Lestrade : Yuri Zatravkin (Юрий Затравкин)
  • Other actors : Vladimir Semenov (Владимир Семенов), Oleg Andriev (Олег Андреев), Vladimir Shnypar (Владимир Шныпарь), Aleksey Ushakov (Алексей Ушаков) [1]


Crew

  • Director : Gennady Oporkov (Геннадий Опорков)
  • Playwright : Gennady Oporkov (Геннадий Опорков )
  • Costumes : Alla Turshina (Алла Турчина)
  • Artist : Antonina Korbut (Антонина Корбут)


Press






  1. Not on Premiere

  • Acknowledgment: Alexander Orlov.

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