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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (radio 1949-1950)

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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is an American radio show broadcasted between 1949-1950 on ABC Network (WJZ New York), starring Ben Wright as Sherlock Holmes and Eric Snowden as Dr. Watson. Produced by Ted Bliss, written by Denis Green and directed by Ken Manson.

The shows were broadcasted on wednesdays between 20h30-20h55, and from 5 january 1950 between 21h-21h25. They were introduced by Herb Allen and sponsored by Petri Wine.


Episode list



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