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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: The man who was Sherlock Holmes

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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: The man who was Sherlock Holmes (1985)

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: The man who was Sherlock Holmes is the 1st episode in the 1st season of the British TV series The Stamp of Greatness written and directed by Robin Crichton. An Edinburgh Film & Video production for Channel Four aired in 1985, starring Iain Cuthbertson as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. 27 minutes.

This documentary tells the life of Arthur Conan Doyle through several important steps in his life: Professor Bell, Sherlock Holmes, the Edalji Case, the Great Boer War, the Oscar Slater, German Uboats during WWI.



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  • Director : Robin Crichton
  • Idea : Alwyn James
  • Photography : Pete Warrilow
  • Sound : Colin Nicholson, Alan Brereton
  • Composer : John Moore
  • Production Manager : Ken McGill
  • Titles & Artwork : Les Pace
  • Make Up : Tulah Tuke
  • Wardrobe : Joan Krimke
  • Props : Monica Price
  • Assistants : Trish Crichton, John Keldy, Alex Leadbetter, Lee Leckie, Gary Turnbull
  • Advisors : J. R. I. Doyle, Richard Lancelyn Green, Stanley MacKenzie
  • Music Recording : Radio Edinburgh





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