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Sherlock Holmes (play 1908 with Georges Flateau)

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

Ad for the premiere with Georges Flateau (Comoedia magazine, 18 may 1908, p. 6)

Sherlock Holmes is a French 5-act play, written by William Gillette and Arthur Conan Doyle, adapted by Pierre Decourcelle, performed at the Théâtre Antoine (Paris, France) from 18 may and 13 september 1908, starring Georges Flateau as Sherlock Holmes and Messrs. Saillard / Gorieux as Dr. Watson.

Georges Flateau replaced Firmin Gémier who performed in Sherlock Holmes in the same theatre from 20 december 1907 to 17 may 1908.

The play is an adaptation of the William Gillette's play Sherlock Holmes (1899).


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