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The Holmeses of Baker Street (play 1936)

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The Holmeses of Baker Street is an American 3-act play, written by Basil Mitchell and directed by Reginald Bach, performed at the Masque Theatre (New York, NY, USA) from 9 december 1936 to 1 january 1937 (53 performances), starring Cyril Scott as Sherlock Holmes and H. Conway Wingfield as Dr. Watson.



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