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Sherlock Holmes and the Curse of the Mummy's Tomb (play 1994-1995)

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Sherlock Holmes and the Curse of the Mummy's Tomb (1995)

Sherlock Holmes and the Curse of the Mummy's Tomb is a British play written by Julian Harries and directed by Ivan Cutting, performed by the Eastern Angles company at the Sir John Mills Theatre (Ipswich, UK) from 8 december 1994 to 6 january 1995, starring Julian Harries as Sherlock Holmes and Greg Wagland as Dr. Watson.

Armed with his usual extraordinary powers of deduction, Holmes, accompanied by the dependable Watson, goes in pursuit of archaeological treasures lately missing from the Suffolk home of Lord Brackishmere. Constantly threatened by their unscrupulous foe, their hazardous quest takes them on an adventure to Egypt where, trapped within a maze of ancient tombs, they narrowly escape becoming sacrificial offerings to an ancient god!



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