In the Manner of Sherlock Holmes

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In the Manner of Sherlock Holmes
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Directed by Henri Lepage
Written byHenri Lepage
Billy Martin
Produced by Lyliane Leneutre
Starring Henri Vilbert
Claude Sylvain
Michel Ardan
Cinematography Willy Faktorovitch
Edited by Jean Mascaux
Marcelle Saysset
Music by Marcel Stern
Alma Productions
Distributed byAstoria Films
Release date
5 June 1956
Running time
103 minutes
Language French

In the Manner of Sherlock Holmes (French: À la manière de Sherlock Holmes) is a 1956 French crime film directed by Henri Lepage and starring Henri Vilbert, Claude Sylvain and Michel Ardan. [1]


The film's sets were designed by the art director Raymond Nègre.


A Parisian businessman travelling in Rouen is implicated in a case of theft and murder.


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  1. Palmer p.288