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Bullshot Crummond is a 1974 play which parodied 1930s British heroes like Bulldog Drummond and Biggles. The play was written by Ronald E. House, Diz White, John Neville-Andrews, Alan Shearman, and Derek Cunningham — who also took roles in the theatre production. The characters they played are:

Adapted for film as Bullshot in 1983. A production of the stage version appeared on television in 1979 under the Broadway on Showtime banner. And a sequel play has written and performed, Bullshot Crummond & The Invisible Bride of Death.

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The play homages and spoofs numerous tropes of the genre, including:

Alternative Title(s): Bullshot

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