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Author: Roland Pertwee
ISBN13: 978-1437534795
Title: Men of Affairs
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Language: English
Category: Contemporary
Publisher: BiblioLife (March 18, 2008)
Pages: 248

Men of Affairs by Roland Pertwee

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The television soap opera ran for 148 episodes through to 1957 before ending its run and when it did finish Roland Pertwee decided that it was time to gracefully retire from the writing scene. As well as son Michael, another son, Jon, later earned fame as Dr Who. Roland Pertwee died three weeks before his 78th birthday on 26 April 1963. Gerry Wolstenholme November 2012. Books by Roland Pertwee. Mor. rivia About Men of Affairs.

Excerpt from Chapter I): At a pawnshop in the Gray's Inn Road, Richard Frencham Altar disposed of the last of his worldly goods. Four suits from a tailor in Saville Row, two pairs of shoes in brown . .nd patent by a craftsman of Jermyn Street, some odds and ends of hosiery, a set of dressing table brushes with black monograms on ivory and the gold cigarette case Doreen had given him on the day of their engagement. In consideration for which he departed with a sum of twenty-seven pounds sixteen shillings in his trousers pockets.

You can also read the full text online using our ereader. Entertaining, racy and improbably adventure story in which rival companies go to desperate lengths for the possession of a concession to a supply of radium. better to do, when an hour later his friend the constable passed slowly by and looked him over critically. An official report of his observation would have read as follows:- Height, about five feet nine.

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It's first come hereabouts, but you'd better not leave it too late. Anyway you'll get a shake-up when the four o'clock patrol comes o. Always give 'em a shake-up at four o'clock. Don't make many odds. You just get up and sit down again. Takes the cold out of your bones if it does nothing else. I suppose," said Richard, "I couldn't doss down on that board that's perched on the two iron standards up.

Roland Pertwee (15 May 1885 – 26 April 1963) was an English playwright, film and television screenwriter, director and actor. He was the father of Doctor Who actor Jon Pertwee and fellow playwright and screenwriter Michael Pertwee. He was also the second cousin of actor Bill Pertwee and grandfather of actors Sean Pertwee and Dariel Pertwee. From the 1910s to 1950s, he worked as a writer on many British films, providing either the basic story or full screenplay.

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