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Bulldog Drummond Old Time Radio Program
½ hour detective episodes
“Out of the fog, out of the night, and into his American adventures!”
The Bulldog Drummond stories follow Captain Hugh "Bulldog" Drummond, D.S.O., M.C., a wealthy former WWI officer of the fictional Loamshire Regiment, who, after the war, spends his new-found leisure time as a private detective. The radio program was a typical private detective show, featuring murders, counterfeiters, blackmail, etc. And Drummond showed his tenacity like a bulldog to solve the crime.
The show was based on a series of novels published from 1920 to 1954 by Cyril McNeile. Between the two world wars, Drummond became the most beloved fictional character since Sherlock Holmes. Captain Hugh Drummond was the hero of seventeen novels and more than twenty films, stage plays, and BBC radio programs. Drummond is a proto-James Bond figure. In terms of the detective genre, the first Bulldog Drummond novel was published after the Sherlock Holmes stories and the Nayland Smith/Fu Manchu novels. Ian Fleming, creator of James Bond, acknowledged that Drummond was an influence on Bond
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Bulldog Drummond episode list (13 episodes)
430916 Axis Submarine.mp3
450813 Help Wanted.mp3
470117 Claim Check Murders.mp3
Blind Man's Bluff.mp3
Capt Drummond Fights the Na.mp3
Case of the Atomic Murders.mp3
Death in the Deep.mp3
Death Loops the Loop.mp3
Death Rides a Racehorse.mp3
Death Uses Disappearing Ink.mp3
Penny Arcade Story.mp3
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