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Viktor Muravlev-Svirsky

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Viktor Dmitrievich Muravlev-Svirsky (? - 6 november 1924) was a Russian actor and director who played Sherlock Holmes in 1906 in the play Шерлокъ Хольмсъ in Finland.

He worked in the Moscow theater Korsch. He emigrated to France. In 1923 in Paris, he was in the evening of the 35th anniversary of the literary activity of V. A. Ryshkov. He supervised the theater group of the Society of Russian students to study and strengthen the Slavic culture (ORSIUSK). [1]