From 1939 to 1946, Americans gathered around the radio to listen to The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, featuring Basil Rathbone as the high-strung crime-solver and Nigel Bruce as his phlegmatic assistant, Dr. Watson.
Witty, fast-paced and always surprising, these great radio plays, written by the prolific writing team of Anthony Boucher and Denis Green, are as fresh today as they were then, and feature perfect sound along with nostalgic war-time announcements, original narrations and radio commercials.
Puzzle out more mysteries with The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
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I'm a hardcore reader and art student. ;)
Yeah I did!
When Sherlock was acting in "demon barber" and when the lady who committed the murder dies in the "headless monk".
Yes! To me their is not a better pair to be Sherlock and Watson alive besides from the BBC show Sherlock.
No I didn't.
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