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Matt Laffey

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Sherlockian living in New York City. Find my books at www.wessexpress.com ...more

Weekly Sherlock Links Compendium (October 1 - October 19, 2014)

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William Gillette's 1916 film Sherlock Holmes has been the stuff of Sherlockian legend for over 100 years - assumed lost since c. 1918, the film was comprised of the only motion picture recording of William Gillette performing his most famous role, that of the Great Detective, honed on the stage for decades. Then one magical day in early 2014 a remarkable di

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Book club devoted to the great consulting detective Sherlock Holmes and his dear friend and colleague Dr. John Watson. We choose, read and discuss a p ...more



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