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Jeremy Paul

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Edward Hardwicke, Jeremy Brett, Michael Cox and Jeremy Paul holding the Edgar Allan Poe award for The Musgrave Ritual episode (1986).

Jeremy Paul (29 july 1939 - 3 may 2011) was a British film and television writer.

In 1972, he wrote the episode Conan Doyle of the TV series The Edwardians. And ten years later he wrote 9 episodes of the TV series Sherlock Holmes with Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes.


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