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The Armchair Solution

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The Armchair Solution is the 19th episode of the 1936 American radio series The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, written by Edith Meiser, first aired on Mutual network on 6 june 1936, starring Louis Hector as Sherlock Holmes and Harry West as Dr. Watson. 25 min. Sponsored by Household Finance.

The story is not adapted from Arthur Conan Doyle stories. Sherlock Holmes has to stay in his apartment at 221B Baker Street, and has to solve a mystery when a murder occurs in his own backyard.



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