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Le Charmeur d'huîtres

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Le Charmeur d'huîtres (The Kidnapping of the Colonel) is the 2nd Sherlock Holmes parody written by Pierre-Gilles Veber starring Ferlock Solmes as the detective and Dr. Bathsoap as his sidekick. Published on 31 march 1935 in the French newspaper Le Matin. Illustration by J. Zouchu.


Le Charmeur d'huîtres

Le Charmeur d'huîtres (Le Matin, 31 march 1935, p. 4)





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