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The Further Adventures of Captain Gregory Dangerfield

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Barbara Gordon
A right silly book, very much of its time. Henry Potts, an unsuccessful writer living in a dreary boarding-house, is given the use of an old typewriter after he loses his own. The typewriter turns out to be possessed by the ghost of its former owner, a debonair writer of pulp fiction, with a voice resembling that of the late George Sanders. Potts finds himself not only typing the stories dictated by the ghost of P.W. Arnold, but living them, in the body of Captain Gregory Dangerfield, a bronzed, ...more
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Jeremy Lloyd is an English writer, screenwriter, author and actor, best known as co-author and writer of several successful British sitcoms.

The gangly Lloyd began his career as a writer in 1958 before making his film debut 2 years later in 1960 in School for Scoundrels, and appeared in numerous film and television comedies during the 1960s and 1970s, notably Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In as a regu
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