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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (radio 1936)

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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is an American radio show broadcasted from 1 february 1936 to 24 december 1936 on Mutual network, starring Louis Hector as Sherlock Holmes and Harry West as Dr. Watson. Written by Edith Meiser and presented by Joseph Bell. Sponsored by Household Finance.

The shows were broadcasted on:

  • 01-09 : saturdays 22h30 (Mutual)
  • 10-26 : saturdays 19h30 (Mutual)
  • 27-35 : saturdays 20h30 (Mutual)
  • 36-48 : thursdays 23h15 (NBC)


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