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Baker Street Ballet


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#1 Tancos

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Posted 23 May 2002 - 06:06 PM

I came across the following in an article about Arthur Conan Doyle:

"British writer, creator Sherlock Holmes, the best-known detective in literature and the embodiment of sharp reasoning. Doyle himself was not a good example of rational personality: he believed in fairies and was interested in occultism. Sherlock Holmes stories have been translated into more than fifty languages, and made into plays, films, radio and television series, a musical comedy, a ballet, cartoons, comic books, and advertisement. By 1920 Doyle was one of the most highly paid writers in the world." (from < http://www.classicre...hor.php/aut.19/ >

Is anyone here familiar with this Sherlock Holmes ballet? I find it difficult to imagine.

#2 Mel Johnson

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Posted 23 May 2002 - 06:46 PM

Let's see, The Great Detective, right? Music by Richard Arnell, choreography by Margaret Dale?

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