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HISTORY:[]

Bulldog Drummond is a British fictional character, created by H. C. McNeile and published under his pen name "Sapper". After an unsuccessful one-off appearance as a policeman in The Strand Magazine, the character was reworked by McNeile into a gentleman adventurer for his 1920 novel Bulldog Drummond. McNeile went on to write ten Drummond novels, four short stories, four stage plays and a screenplay before his death in 1937. The stories were continued by his friend Gerard Fairlie between 1938 and 1954; further books were published in the 1960s and one in 1983.

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Drummond is a First World War veteran, brutalised by his experiences in the trenches and bored with his post-war lifestyle. He publishes an advertisement looking for adventure, and soon finds himself embroiled in a series of exploits, many of which involve Carl Peterson—who becomes his nemesis—and Peterson's mistress, the femme fatale Irma. After his first adventure Drummond marries his client, Phyllis Benton; in later episodes she becomes involved in Drummond's exploits, often as the victim of kidnapping by Drummond's enemies.

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In 1921 an adaptation of the first novel was staged in London, with Gerald du Maurier playing the role of Drummond; the play was further adapted and resulted in the 1922 silent film Bulldog Drummond, with Carlyle Blackwell in the lead role. Several other Drummond films have followed, either based on McNeile's stories or with unique storylines.

FILMS:[]

FILMS AND MOVIES
Bull-Dog Drummond
The Black Gang
The Third Round
The Final Count
The Female Of The Species
Temple Tower
The Return Of Bulldog Drummond
Knock-Out
Bulldog Drummond At Bay
Challenge
Bulldog Drummond at Dartmoor
Bulldog Drummond Attacks
Captain Bulldog Drummond
Bulldog Drummond Stands Fast
Hands Off Bulldog Drummond
Calling Bulldog Drummond
The Return of the Black Gang
Deadlier Than the Male
Some Girls Do

OLD TIME RADIO:[]

Bulldog Drummond has come to wreak havoc on unsuspecting killers, counterfeiters, and underworld characters. The opening of the show starts with a the sounds of footsteps, foghorn, then two shots ring out, followed by three blows of a police officer's whistle.XXXXBulldog, who's really name is Hugh (played by George Coulouris), was a methodical crime-solving sleuth who let nothing get in his way of his goal, which was to put a stop to crime! Bulldog Drummond believed in uncomplicated and decisive means of getting his way with the lords of the underworld. This usually led to their swift capture, and the easing of the city's burden brought about by these ruthless thugs.

A Bulldog Drummond radio series ran on the Mutual Broadcasting System from 13 April 1941 to 12 January 1949.
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DEATH RIDES A RACEHORSE
DEATH LOOPS THE LOOP
THE CASE OF THE BELLS OF DEATH
A STUDY IN MINK
THE CIRCUS
THE CASE OF THE HARE AND THE HOUND
THE CASE OF CARNATION CHARLIE
BLIND MAN'S BLUFF
THE CASE OF THE GESTAPO MURDER
FLAMING ARROW
NAZI SUB
THE CAPT. DRUMMOND FIGHTS
RIDE IN THE MOONLIGHT
DINNER OF DEATH
HELP WANTED
MURDER IN THE DEATH HOUSE
DEATH ON THE DIAMOND
ESCAPE INTO DEATH
VOYAGE OF DEATH
MURDER IN THE RING
CLAIM CHECK MURDERS
BOOK STORE
DEVIL FLATS
FIERY ISLAND
CASE OF THE INVISIBLE CLUE
DEATH IN THE DEEP
DEADLY STAND IN
PENNY ARCADE STORY
CASE OF THE ATOMIC MURDERS
PORCELAIN MING CAT
MURDER VISITS VENUS
DOUBLE DEATH
MURDER IN THE DEATH HOUSE
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