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''The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' was a long-running radio series that [[SpinOff spun off]] from 20th Century Fox's very successful films ''Film/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'' and ''[[Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes1939 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes]]'', both of which starred Creator/BasilRathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. Fox had planned to do more films but didn't because of a dispute with the Doyle Estate, which didn't hinder this radio drama. [[Film/TheBakerStreetDozen When Universal picked up the rights]], the radio show still kept going -- and was still kept firmly in the Victorian Era. The series, which debuted on the Blue Network and later moved to Mutual, aired from 1939 to 1950.

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''The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' was a long-running radio series that [[SpinOff spun off]] from 20th Century Fox's very successful films ''Film/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'' and ''[[Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes1939 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes]]'', both of which starred Creator/BasilRathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce Creator/NigelBruce as Dr. Watson. Fox had planned to do more films but didn't because of a dispute with the Doyle Estate, which didn't hinder this radio drama. [[Film/TheBakerStreetDozen When Universal picked up the rights]], the radio show still kept going -- and was still kept firmly in the Victorian Era. The series, which debuted on the Blue Network and later moved to Mutual, aired from 1939 to 1950.


''The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' was a long-running radio series that [[SpinOff spun off]] from 20th Century Fox's very successful films ''Film/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'' and ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes1939'', both of which starred Creator/BasilRathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. Fox had planned to do more films but didn't because of a dispute with the Doyle Estate, which didn't hinder this radio drama. [[Film/TheBakerStreetDozen When Universal picked up the rights]], the radio show still kept going -- and was still kept firmly in the Victorian Era. The series, which debuted on the Blue Network and later moved to Mutual, aired from 1939 to 1950.

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''The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' was a long-running radio series that [[SpinOff spun off]] from 20th Century Fox's very successful films ''Film/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'' and ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes1939'', ''[[Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes1939 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes]]'', both of which starred Creator/BasilRathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. Fox had planned to do more films but didn't because of a dispute with the Doyle Estate, which didn't hinder this radio drama. [[Film/TheBakerStreetDozen When Universal picked up the rights]], the radio show still kept going -- and was still kept firmly in the Victorian Era. The series, which debuted on the Blue Network and later moved to Mutual, aired from 1939 to 1950.


''The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' was a long-running radio series that [[SpinOff spun off]] from 20th Century Fox's very successful duloagy of Sherlock Holmes movies -- ''Film/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'' and ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes1939'' -- starring Creator/BasilRathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. Fox had planned to do more films but didn't because of a dispute with the Doyle Estate, which didn't hinder this radio drama. [[Film/TheBakerStreetDozen When Universal picked up the rights]], the radio show still kept going -- and was still kept firmly in the Victorian Era. The series, which debuted on the Blue Network and later moved to Mutual, aired from 1939 to 1950.

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''The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' was a long-running radio series that [[SpinOff spun off]] from 20th Century Fox's very successful duloagy of Sherlock Holmes movies -- films ''Film/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'' and ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes1939'' -- starring ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes1939'', both of which starred Creator/BasilRathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. Fox had planned to do more films but didn't because of a dispute with the Doyle Estate, which didn't hinder this radio drama. [[Film/TheBakerStreetDozen When Universal picked up the rights]], the radio show still kept going -- and was still kept firmly in the Victorian Era. The series, which debuted on the Blue Network and later moved to Mutual, aired from 1939 to 1950.


''The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' was a long-running radio series that [[SpinOff spun off]] from 20th Century Fox's very successful duloagy of Sherlock Holmes movies -- ''Film/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'' and ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes1939'' starring Creator/BasilRathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. Fox had planned to do more films but didn't because of a dispute with the Doyle Estate, which didn't hinder this radio drama. [[Film/TheBakerStreetDozen When Universal picked up the rights]], the radio show still kept going -- and was still kept firmly in the Victorian Era. It aired on the Blue Network and then on Mutual.

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''The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' was a long-running radio series that [[SpinOff spun off]] from 20th Century Fox's very successful duloagy of Sherlock Holmes movies -- ''Film/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'' and ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes1939'' -- starring Creator/BasilRathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. Fox had planned to do more films but didn't because of a dispute with the Doyle Estate, which didn't hinder this radio drama. [[Film/TheBakerStreetDozen When Universal picked up the rights]], the radio show still kept going -- and was still kept firmly in the Victorian Era. It aired The series, which debuted on the Blue Network and then on Mutual.
later moved to Mutual, aired from 1939 to 1950.


Rathbone, fearing typecasting and wanting to move on to other projects, left the radio and film series in 1946. Tom Conway ([[Creator/GeorgeSanders George Sanders']] brother) was tapped to replace him, and Nigel Bruce was promoted to top billing. Despite his attempts to emulate Rathbone, Conway wasn't very popular with audience and after completing one season he left and so did Bruce, who were replaced by other actors for the rest of the show's run.

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Rathbone, fearing typecasting being typecast and wanting to move on to other projects, left the radio and film series in 1946. Tom Conway ([[Creator/GeorgeSanders George Sanders']] brother) was tapped to replace him, and Nigel Bruce was promoted to top billing. Despite his attempts to emulate Rathbone, Conway wasn't very popular with audience and after completing one season he left and so did Bruce, who were replaced by other actors for the rest of the show's run.


Rathbone left the radio and film series in 1946 due to being fears of being typed-cast and wanting to move on. Tom Conway ([[Creator/GeorgeSanders George Sanders']] brother) was tapped to replace him, and Nigel Bruce was promoted to top billing. Despite his attempts to emulate Rathbone, Conway wasn't very popular with audience and after completing one season he left and so did Bruce, who were replaced by other actors for the rest of the show's run.

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Rathbone Rathbone, fearing typecasting and wanting to move on to other projects, left the radio and film series in 1946 due to being fears of being typed-cast and wanting to move on.1946. Tom Conway ([[Creator/GeorgeSanders George Sanders']] brother) was tapped to replace him, and Nigel Bruce was promoted to top billing. Despite his attempts to emulate Rathbone, Conway wasn't very popular with audience and after completing one season he left and so did Bruce, who were replaced by other actors for the rest of the show's run.


The show had a standard format: Dr. Watson, now retired and living in California, would regale the host with a story of his adventures with Holmes. Despite the title, the show was a mixture of Conan Doyle's stories with new pastiches, including a six-part adaption of ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'', of which sadly only one installment survives.

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The show had a standard format: Dr. Watson, now retired and living in California, would regale the host with a story of his past adventures with Holmes. Despite the title, the show was a mixture of Conan Doyle's stories with new pastiches, including a six-part adaption of ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'', of which sadly only one installment survives.


The show had a standard format: Dr. Watson is living retired in California would regale the host with a story of his adventures with Holmes. Despite the title, the show was a mixture of Conan Doyle's stories with new pastiches, including a six part adaption of ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'', of which sadly only one installment survives.

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The show had a standard format: Dr. Watson is living Watson, now retired and living in California California, would regale the host with a story of his adventures with Holmes. Despite the title, the show was a mixture of Conan Doyle's stories with new pastiches, including a six part six-part adaption of ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'', of which sadly only one installment survives.


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''The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' was a long-running radio series that [[SpingOff spun off]] from 20th Century Fox's very successful duloagy of Sherlock Holmes movies -- ''Film/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'' and ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes1939'' starring Creator/BasilRathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. Fox had planned to do more films but didn't because of a dispute with the Doyle Estate, which didn't hinder this radio drama. [[Film/TheBakerStreetDozen When Universal picked up the rights]], the radio show still kept going -- and was still kept firmly in the Victorian Era. It aired on the Blue Network and then on Mutual.

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''The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' was a long-running radio series that [[SpingOff [[SpinOff spun off]] from 20th Century Fox's very successful duloagy of Sherlock Holmes movies -- ''Film/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'' and ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes1939'' starring Creator/BasilRathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. Fox had planned to do more films but didn't because of a dispute with the Doyle Estate, which didn't hinder this radio drama. [[Film/TheBakerStreetDozen When Universal picked up the rights]], the radio show still kept going -- and was still kept firmly in the Victorian Era. It aired on the Blue Network and then on Mutual.


-> ''"Petri Wine brings you Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce in The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes."''

''The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' was a long-running radio series that spun off from 20th Century Fox's very successful Sherlock Holmes movies -- ''Film/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'' and ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes1939'' starring Creator/BasilRathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. Fox had planned to do more films but didn't because of a dispute with the Doyle Estate, which didn't hinder this radio drama. [[Film/TheBakerStreetDozen When Universal picked up the rights]], the radio show still kept going -- and was still kept firmly in the Victorian Era. It aired on the Blue Network and then on Mutual.

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-> ''"Petri Wine brings you Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce in The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes."''

Holmes!"''

''The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' was a long-running radio series that [[SpingOff spun off off]] from 20th Century Fox's very successful duloagy of Sherlock Holmes movies -- ''Film/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'' and ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes1939'' starring Creator/BasilRathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. Fox had planned to do more films but didn't because of a dispute with the Doyle Estate, which didn't hinder this radio drama. [[Film/TheBakerStreetDozen When Universal picked up the rights]], the radio show still kept going -- and was still kept firmly in the Victorian Era. It aired on the Blue Network and then on Mutual.


-> ''"Petri Wine brings you Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce in The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes"''

The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes was a long-running radio series that spun off from 20th Century Fox's very successful Sherlock Holmes movies -- ''Film/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'' and ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes1939'' starring Creator/BasilRathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. Fox had planned to do more films but didn't because of a dispute with the Doyle Estate, which didn't hinder this radio drama. [[Film/TheBakerStreetDozen When Universal picked up the rights]], the radio show still kept going -- and was still kept firmly in the Victorian Era. It aired on the Blue Network and then on Mutual.

The show had a standard format, Dr. Watson is living retired in California would regale the host with a story of his adventures with Holmes. Despite the title, the show was a mixture of Conan Doyle's stories with new pastiches, including a six part adaption of "The Hound of the Baskervilles" which sadly of only one installment survives.

Rathbone left the radio and film series in 1946 due to being fears of being typed-cast and wanting to move on. Tom Conway ([[Creator/GeorgeSanders George Sanders']] brother) was tapped to replace him, and Nigel Bruce was promoted to top billing. Despite his attempts to emulate Rathbone, Conway wasn't very popular with audience and after completing one season he left and so did Bruce, who were replaced by other actors for the rest of the show's run

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-> ''"Petri Wine brings you Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce in The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes"''

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New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Holmes'' was a long-running radio series that spun off from 20th Century Fox's very successful Sherlock Holmes movies -- ''Film/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'' and ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes1939'' starring Creator/BasilRathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. Fox had planned to do more films but didn't because of a dispute with the Doyle Estate, which didn't hinder this radio drama. [[Film/TheBakerStreetDozen When Universal picked up the rights]], the radio show still kept going -- and was still kept firmly in the Victorian Era. It aired on the Blue Network and then on Mutual.

The show had a standard format, format: Dr. Watson is living retired in California would regale the host with a story of his adventures with Holmes. Despite the title, the show was a mixture of Conan Doyle's stories with new pastiches, including a six part adaption of "The Hound ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles'', of the Baskervilles" which sadly of only one installment survives.

Rathbone left the radio and film series in 1946 due to being fears of being typed-cast and wanting to move on. Tom Conway ([[Creator/GeorgeSanders George Sanders']] brother) was tapped to replace him, and Nigel Bruce was promoted to top billing. Despite his attempts to emulate Rathbone, Conway wasn't very popular with audience and after completing one season he left and so did Bruce, who were replaced by other actors for the rest of the show's runrun.



!!This series contains examples of:



* VillainExitStageLeft: Holmes and Watson encounter Moriarty from time to time. He always slips away.

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* VillainExitStageLeft: Holmes and Watson encounter Moriarty from time to time. He always slips away.away.
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Rathbone left the radio and film series in 1946 due to being fears of being typed-cast and wanting to move on. Tom Conway (George Sanders' brother) was tapped to replace him, but he lasted only a season and he and Nigel Bruce soon departed.

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Rathbone left the radio and film series in 1946 due to being fears of being typed-cast and wanting to move on. Tom Conway (George Sanders' ([[Creator/GeorgeSanders George Sanders']] brother) was tapped to replace him, but he lasted only a season and he and Nigel Bruce soon departed.was promoted to top billing. Despite his attempts to emulate Rathbone, Conway wasn't very popular with audience and after completing one season he left and so did Bruce, who were replaced by other actors for the rest of the show's run

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* BroadcastLive: As was the custom for all radio shows in those days.



* CompressedAdaptation: The version of "The Speckled Band" is essentially Conan Doyle's stage play minus the first act, and the subsequent action heavily compressed to fit the time slot.

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* CompressedAdaptation: The version of "The Speckled Band" is essentially Conan Doyle's stage play of the short story minus the first act, and the subsequent action heavily compressed to fit the time thirty-minute slot.

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