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Scherlock Holmes

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

Cast and plot summary in "Обозрение Tеатров" (Review of Theatres, 9 november 1913, p. 24)

Scherlock Holmes is a French play in 5 acts and 6 scenes performed by Les Artistes Français des Théâtres Impériaux at the Mikhaylovsky Theatre (Saint Petersburg, Russia) on 9, 10, 12, 14 november and 6 december 1913, starring Camille Bert as Sherlock Holmes and Marcel de Garcin as Dr. Watson.

The play is an adaptation of the Pierre Decourcelle's play (first staged on 20 december 1907 in Théâtre Antoine in Paris) adapted itself from the William Gillette's play : Sherlock Holmes (1899).





  • Acknowledgement: Alexander Orlov.