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Black Out

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Black Out is the 14th Sherlock Holmes parody written by Pierre-Gilles Veber starring Ferlock Solmes as the detective and Dr. Bathsoap as his sidekick. Published on 7 april 1940 in the French newspaper Le Matin. Illustration by J. Zouchu.


Black Out

Black Out (Le Matin, 7 april 1940, p. 2)





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