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Murder in the Casbah

Exactly as broadcast on December 3, 1945

The Casbah is no place for an English gentleman, as Holmes and Watson find out when they travel to dusty North Africa to find an Englishman wrongly accused of murder—and are led into a web of mystery by a beautiful woman!

The Tankervile Club

Exactly as broadcast on April 22, 1946

"A most uneven duel, Watson!"A young friend of Dr. Watson’s faces certain death in a duel with Colonel Sebastian Moran. The young man was accused of cheating at cards, but Holmes knows murder is in the making!

Puzzle out more mysteries with The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
©1988 Baker Street Associates (P)2008 Simon & Schuster

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Couldn't finish it even though it's an hour

I knew I was purchasing old radio programs but if you have any sense in your head at all these will drive you crazy for their simplicity. They are not good examples of sherlock holmes - edited and cut and done in a silly fashion with irritating sounds effects. Did not enjoy.

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