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Bulldog Drummond Encyclopedia
Lawrence P. Treadwell, Jr. (au); Andrew Drummond Calthrop McNeile (fr); F.I. (”Jock”) Fairlie (fr)
Hardcover (no d.j.)
In 1919, Herman McNeile introduced a cheerful, big, pleasant hero, fresh from WWI, helping a poor damsel in distress while also opposing the Bolsheviks who had emerged victorious from the Russian Revolution. Drummond, known as “Bulldog,” would become a literary legend to millions, & the second of the popular private investigators portrayed in film series, following Sherlock Holmes. The alphabetic entries here includes characters from the series of books, as well as places, hotels, restaurants, landmarks, gadgets, techniques, expressions, & systems. Actors, actresses & directors from the films & stage are also included. Entries dealing with real-world people & places describe their connection & relevance to the episodes in the series. Illustrations.
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