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m057 ARREST BULLDOG DRUMMOND movie glass lantern slide '39 John Howard

Date Sold 3/15/2005
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An Original Vintage Theatrical Movie Glass Slide (measures approximately 3" x 4") (Learn More)

Arrest Bulldog Drummond, the 1939 James P. Hogan science fiction (sci-fi) detective crime mystery adventure thriller ("Based on 'The Final Count' by H.C. 'Sapper' McNeile") starring John Howard (in the title role as Bulldog Drummond), Heather Angel, H.B. Warner, Reginald Denny, E.E. Clive, Jean Fenwick, and Zeffie Tilbury. Note that "Bulldog Drummond" was a fictional English detective who was created in 1920 in a magazine story by H.C. McNeile, who wrote under the pen name of "Sapper" He appeared in ten novels, short stories, and even stage plays. When McNeile passed away in 1937, his friend, Gerard Fairlie, wrote more stories between 1938 and 1954, and after that, other authors created even more stories. Drummond was a World War I veteran who is bored and becomes an amateur detective, and he marries his first client, who becomes his assistant. The first movie based on this character was in 1923, with Carlyle Blackwell in the lead role. There was one more silent with Jack Buchanan in the lead, and then Ronald Colman starred in the first sound version in 1929. There were 13 movies in the 1930s, many with John Howard in the lead role. The character was revived in 1947, and 5 movies were made between 1947 and 1951, with Ron Randell, Tom Conway, and Walter Pidgeon playing the leads.
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Important Added Info: Glass slides were designed to be put in a special projector that would project the image onto a movie screen (they use exactly the same concept as 35mm slides). We have taken a digital photo of each that shows the general condition of the overall slide and holder, and we have also made a digital scan that shows the glass image well, but does not show the holder (except as a dark outline).

Condition: very good.
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