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Reginald Owen

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Reginald Owen

Reginald Owen (5 august 1887 - 5 november 1972) was a British actor who has the particularity of having played Holmes and Watson at cinema.

He played Watson in 1932 in Sherlock Holmes with Clive Brook as Sherlock Holmes, and he played Sherlock Holmes in 1933 in A Study in Scarlet with Warburton Gamble as Watson.


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