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The Man Who Wanted to Murder Sherlock Holmes

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The Man Who Wanted to Murder Sherlock Holmes is an Australian radio play produced by Australian Broadcasting Corp., written by Oriel Gray, first aired on Radio National in Drama Sunday on 11 october 1987, starring Redmond Phillips as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Tim Elliot as Sherlock Holmes and Alan Tobin as George Edalji.


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Cast


Crew

  • Writer : Oriel Gray
  • Executive Producer : Richard Buckham
  • Production : Liana Spucys
  • Technical Production : Athol Spraggs
  • Production Coordinator : Anne Wynter
  • Sound Effects : Peter Wilkinson
  • Music improvisations : Mary O'Mahony (violin)





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