The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (radio series)
The premiere episode featured an adaptation of "The Adventure of the Speckled Band" on October 20, 1930 and starred William Gillette as Sherlock Holmes and Leigh Lovell as Dr Watson. Further episodes featured Richard Gordon in the role of Holmes until 1933 and Louis Hector from 1934 to 1935, with Richard Gordon taking over for the last season in 1936.
At the end of the first season a survey of American radio editors found that 94% said The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes was the best radio program.
- William Gillette (1930 premiere episode only)
- Richard Gordon (1930-1933)
- Louis Hector (1934-1935)
- Richard Gordon (1936)
- Leigh Lovell (1931-1935)
This series consisted of stories adapted from Conan Doyle stories including "The Adventure of the Abbey Grange", "The Adventure of Black Peter", "The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier" and "The Boscombe Valley Mystery".
This series of 32 stories consisted of some adaptations of Conan Doyle and original material devised by Meiser.
This series of 31 stories consisted of some adaptations of Conan Doyle and original material devised by Meiser.
This series of 29 stories presented Meiser originals.
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