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* AdaptationExpansion: So much so that Holmes himself doesn't even appear until the second scene of the second act! The first act deals with the inquest of Endid's sister mysterious death. Dr. Watson is present because in this adaptation he is made to be an old family friend, having known Endid's mother in India.
* AdaptationNameChange: Dr. Roylott becomes Dr. Rylott and Helen Stoner becomes Endid Stonor.

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* AdaptationExpansion: So much so that Holmes himself doesn't even appear until the second scene of the second act! The first act deals with the inquest of Endid's Enid's sister mysterious death. Dr. Watson is present because in this adaptation he is made to be an old family friend, having known Endid's mother in India.
* AdaptationNameChange: Dr. Roylott becomes Dr. Rylott and Helen Stoner becomes Endid Enid Stonor.


* CanonForeigner: In the original short story, there were no servants at Stoke Moran save for an old woman from the village who did the cleaning because of Dr. Roylott's fearsome reputation. Here he has a whole household of servants: his Indian valet Ali, a harpy of a housekeeper in Mrs. Stuanton, and broken down old butler Rogers.
* CanonImmigrant: Billy the Page joins Holmes and Watson in this adventure, which he did not do in the original story.
* UndyingLoyalty: Dr. Rylott's servants are fiercely loyal to him, doing whatever he orders no matter what his legality. Rogers is a subversion but he's too afraid to stand up for himself.

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* CanonForeigner: In the original short story, there were no servants at Stoke Moran save for an old woman from the village who did the cleaning because of Dr. Roylott's fearsome reputation. Here he has a whole household of servants: his khitmatgar [[note]] Indian valet manservant [[/note]] Ali, a harpy of a housekeeper in Mrs. Stuanton, and the poor broken down old butler Rogers.
* CanonImmigrant: Billy the Page Boy joins Holmes and Watson in this adventure, which he did not do in the original story.
* UndyingLoyalty: Dr. Rylott's servants are fiercely loyal to him, him and only him doing whatever he orders no matter what his their legality. Rogers is a subversion but he's too afraid to stand up for himself.


The Speckled Band: An Adventure of Sherlock Holmes is a 1910 play by [[Creator/ArthurConanDoyle Sir Arthur Conan Doyle ]] based on his own short story of the same name premiering at London's Adelphi Theatre.

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The ''The Speckled Band: An Adventure of Sherlock Holmes Holmes'' is a 1910 play in three acts by [[Creator/ArthurConanDoyle Sir Arthur Conan Doyle ]] based on his own short story of the same name premiering at London's Adelphi Theatre.



* CanonForeigner: In the original short story, there were no servants at Stoke Moran save for an old woman who did the cleaning because of Dr. Roylott's reputation. Here he has a whole household of servants: his Indian valet Ali, a harpy of a housekeeper in Mrs. Stuanton, and broken down old butler Rogers.

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* CanonForeigner: In the original short story, there were no servants at Stoke Moran save for an old woman from the village who did the cleaning because of Dr. Roylott's fearsome reputation. Here he has a whole household of servants: his Indian valet Ali, a harpy of a housekeeper in Mrs. Stuanton, and broken down old butler Rogers.


The Speckled Band: An Adventure of Sherlock Holmes is a 1910 play by [[Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Creator/ArthurConanDoyle]] based on his own short story of the same name premiering at London's Adelphi Theatre.

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The Speckled Band: An Adventure of Sherlock Holmes is a 1910 play by [[Sir [[Creator/ArthurConanDoyle Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Creator/ArthurConanDoyle]] ]] based on his own short story of the same name premiering at London's Adelphi Theatre.


The Speckled Band: An Adventure of Sherlock Holmes is a 1910 play by Creator/SirArthurConanDoyle based on his own short story of the same name premiering at London's Adelphi Theatre.

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The Speckled Band: An Adventure of Sherlock Holmes is a 1910 play by Creator/SirArthurConanDoyle [[Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Creator/ArthurConanDoyle]] based on his own short story of the same name premiering at London's Adelphi Theatre.


The Speckled Band: An Adventure of Sherlock Holmes is a 1910 play by Sir Creator/ArthurConanDoyle based on his own short story of the same name premiering at London's Adelphi Theatre.

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The Speckled Band: An Adventure of Sherlock Holmes is a 1910 play by Sir Creator/ArthurConanDoyle Creator/SirArthurConanDoyle based on his own short story of the same name premiering at London's Adelphi Theatre.


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* AdaptionNameChange: Dr. Roylott becomes Dr. Rylott and Helen Stoner becomes Endid Stonor.

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* AdaptionNameChange: AdaptationNameChange: Dr. Roylott becomes Dr. Rylott and Helen Stoner becomes Endid Stonor.

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The Speckled Band: An Adventure of Sherlock Holmes is a 1910 play by Sir Creator/ArthurConanDoyle based on his own short story of the same name premiering at London's Adelphi Theatre.
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* AdaptationExpansion: So much so that Holmes himself doesn't even appear until the second scene of the second act! The first act deals with the inquest of Endid's sister mysterious death. Dr. Watson is present because in this adaptation he is made to be an old family friend, having known Endid's mother in India.
* AdaptionNameChange: Dr. Roylott becomes Dr. Rylott and Helen Stoner becomes Endid Stonor.
* CanonForeigner: In the original short story, there were no servants at Stoke Moran save for an old woman who did the cleaning because of Dr. Roylott's reputation. Here he has a whole household of servants: his Indian valet Ali, a harpy of a housekeeper in Mrs. Stuanton, and broken down old butler Rogers.
* CanonImmigrant: Billy the Page joins Holmes and Watson in this adventure, which he did not do in the original story.
* UndyingLoyalty: Dr. Rylott's servants are fiercely loyal to him, doing whatever he orders no matter what his legality. Rogers is a subversion but he's too afraid to stand up for himself.

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