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Fictions of [[Arthur Conan Doyle]] has been adapted on every media: Television, Cinema, Stage, Radio, Pastiches, Parodies, Video Games, Board games, etc. Most of them are [[Sherlock Holmes]] adaptations, but not only.
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Fictions of [[Arthur Conan Doyle]] has been adapted on every media: [[Conan Doyle on screen#Conan_Doyle_as_a_character|Television & Cinema]], [[Conan Doyle on stage|Stage]], [[Conan Doyle on radio|Radio]], [[Pastiches & Parodies|Pastiches]], [[Conan Doyle in video games|Video Games]], [[Conan Doyle in comics|Comics]]. Most of them are [[Sherlock Holmes]] adaptations, but not only.
  
  
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* [[Conan Doyle on radio]]
 
* [[Conan Doyle on radio]]
 
* [[Pastiches & Parodies]]
 
* [[Pastiches & Parodies]]
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* [[Conan Doyle in video games]]
 
* [[Conan Doyle in comics]]
 
* [[Conan Doyle in comics]]
  
  
 
* [[Performers]]
 
* [[Performers]]

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