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La Maison de Temperley

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La Maison de Temperley (The House of Temperley) is a French play in 5 acts and 7 tableaux written by Arthur Conan Doyle, translated and adapted by Eugène Gugenheim, performed at the Sarah Bernhardt theatre (Paris , France) on 6-30 november 1912, starring Jean Angelo as Charles Temperley.

The play is an adaptation of the Arthur Conan Doyle's novel : Rodney Stone (1896).



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Cast

Ad and cast in Comoedia (9 november 1912, p. 6)


  • Decoration : Emile Bertin
  • Costumes : Mrs. Dardelin-Maleroux, Mr. Louw
  • Illustrations : Marcel Multzer
  • Boxing Fights : Mr. Moues (boxe professor)


Tableaux

  • Tableau 1 :
  • Tableau 2 : L'entraînement (The Training)
  • Tableau 3 :
  • Tableau 4 : Le grand match (The Main match)
  • Tableau 5 :
  • Tableau 6 :
  • Tableau 7 :






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