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The Speckled Band (play 1917)

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Ashley Wright (Sherlock Holmes) Mr. Smith (Indian servant) and Miss J. Nieveen (Enid Stoner).
Mr. Oakes (Mr. Armitage).

The Speckled Band is a British 3-act play performed on 10 may 1917 by the Dramatic Society for WWI prisoners of war at the Groningen Camp (Netherlands), starring Ashley Wright as Sherlock Holmes and Rex R. Stewart as Dr. Watson.



  • Music : Mr. Langmaid, Rev. Cumpsty
  • Producer : A. J. Wright
  • Business Manager : U. H. Smith