[Bulldog Drummond: The Carl Peterson Quartet] EBOOK


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  • 15 September 2018
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characters Bulldog Drummond: The Carl Peterson uartet ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Years following the First World War Fearless resourceful and debonair Drummond could easily have been the father of James Bond In the first four novels of the series Bulldog Drummond The Black Gang The Third Round and The Final Count all of which are contained within this volume Hugh Drummond finds himself pitting his wits again Carl Peter. A Drummond abecedaryAdvertisement The classified notice that starts the adventures Demobilised officer finding peace incredibly tedious would welcome diversion Legitimate if possible but crime of a comparatively humorous description no objection Excitement essential Bulldog Drummond Our hero big strong loyal brave but not handsome the stolid nature he presents to the world belies his clear and penetrating understanding of people and eventsCarl Peterson The criminal mastermind who is Drummond s nemesis in the four novels descendant of Moriarty ancestor of Blofeld Disguises Though Drummond is no slouch at hiding his identity when necessary Peterson is the master of disguise and his ability to turn up at any time as any type of person is perhaps his most diabolical characteristicEntertainment These are some of the most entertaining books I ve read in a long time the plots clip along at a fast pace with movie serial type perils occurring at regular intervalsFans of James Bond should not hesitate to become acuainted with Bulldog DrummondGermany The once and future foe it s likely that nothing good will come out of this defeated but still defiant country Chapter title In which the Hun nation decreases by one Hugh Drummond s Christian name used by his close friends he s Captain Drummond to othersIrma Carl Peterson s beautiful cruel daughter and travelling companion who though she shares Peterson s hatred of Drummond cannot help also feeling sexually attracted to himJews A strain of anti Semitism runs through the novels if a character s Jewishness is mentioned you can be sure that he is up to no goodKu Klux Klan Though their activities are directed against political rather than racial minorities perhaps see Jews above the titular Black Gang of the second novel with their masks black clothing and nighttime raids may have been partly inspired by the vigilantes of Dixon or Griffith if not by actual Klansmen That big fellow who s their leader though is really Drummond so their motives are undoubtedly pureLakington The most sophisticated of Peterson s accomplices an Englishman of taste who appreciates and steals the finer things in life including the woman Drummond intends to marryMacIver Drummond s Lestrade the police inspector who is always two steps behind the villain and one step behind Drummond Nom de Plume The decision to write under the no nonsense name of Sapper euates the experiences of author and character the reader feels confident that the views expressed by Drummond largely reflect those of his creator Herman Cyril McNeileOmnibus Though I usually make my way through omnibus editions slowly one title every few months in this case I had to force myself to read no than one of these novels per week so addictive did I find these adventuresPhyllis Damsel in Distress in the first novel Drummond s wife and occasional D in D in subseuent adventuresueer When events places or people strike a disinterested observer as ueer it is a sure sign of the involvement of Carl PetersonRussians The first two novels concern Peterson s efforts with the help of various foreigners and British politicians of the useful idiot sort to bring England to its knees by fomenting a Bolshevist revolution in Great BritainScience Fiction The second pair of novels take a mild turn toward SF with a cheap method of synthesizing diamonds in The Third Round and a poison spray that kills instantly on contact with the skin in The Final Count providing the motivations for Peterson s misdeedsTurkish on this side Virginian on that The arrangement of Drummond s cigarette case as explained whenever a smoke is being offered his version of shaken not stirred United States Drummond s Felix Leiter is Jerome K Green the American detective and experienced safecracker who aids Drummond in the first novel a decent sort of chap distinguished by his drawling rather than saying things as well as by his incessant gum chewingViolence In his introduction David Stuart Davies notes the graphic violence of the stories but I imagine that Sapper s target audience consisted to a large extent of Great War veterans who would not have found his scenes of sudden violent death and injury excessiveWisecracks One of the main things that makes Drummond an attractive hero is his ability like the cinematic James Bond to make jokes at times of great danger In The Black Gang after narrowly escaping a drowning attempt by Peterson s henchmen Drummond is again captured by Peterson now in the guise of Reverend Theodosius Longmoor You appear to have a wonderful faculty for remaining alive my young friend remarked Peterson gazing benevolently at Drummond over his clerical collar Principally Theo my pet because you ve got such a wonderful faculty for making bloomers answered Drummond affably Xenophobia Foreigners as a rule just can t be trusted there s something un British about the lot of themYacht Like all supervillains Peterson lives a fairly luxurious lifestyle and the climax of The Third Round takes place on his yacht upon which Drummond and Professor Cooper the synthesizer of diamonds are abducted intended for a watery graveZeppelin A luxury airship in which the cr me de la cr me of society dine on gourmet meals as they float above London doubles as Carl Peterson s poison spraying vessel of air piracy giving The Final Count a slight flavor of steampunk

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characters Bulldog Drummond: The Carl Peterson uartet ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Demobilised officer finding peace incredibly tedious would welcome diversion Legitimate if possible; but crime of a comparatively humorous description no objection Excitement essential' Bulldog Drummond was the original daredevil adventurer who with his various friends made it their mission to fight all enemies of Britain in the uncertain. review of Sapper s Bulldog Drummond The Carl Peterson uartet by tENTATIVELY a cONVENIENCE March 23 2014 Yes surprise surprise once again I ve been verbose Read my full review here cause this little bugger is truncated If I had any guilty pleasures reading Bulldog Drummond might be one of them but I don t so it isn t Many yrs ago but probably win the last decade I read Mickey Spillane s One Lonely Night I thought I reviewed it on Goodreads Apparently I haven t IF I HAD I d be directing the reader of this review to my pan of the Spillane bk but I didn t even bother to pan it Spillane wrote hard boiled anti Communist propaganda crime fiction in the 1940s 1950s No doubt they were very popular The lurid cover of One Lonely Night has a naked white woman hanging from her wrists from a rope hanging from a ceiling In the story she s being brutally interrogated by some commies We all know that commies love torturing pretty white women I mean it s not like they fought against nazis or anything they re just low criminals all that talk of economic justice fairness suchlike is just a smokescreen to cover up their natural sordidness Thank GOD for detective Mike Hammer Well as the reader can no doubt tell I don t have much respect for Mickey Spillane I always wondered at John Zorn s choosing him to name an album after The record s great but why Spillane Why not Hammett Why not Chandler Why not Highsmith Why not Ellroy They re all much interesting writers realistic less politically insidious even hard boiled It s hard not to conclude that Zorn isn t very literate And if I didn t already think Spillane was a hack now that I ve read Sapper Spillane strikes me as an unoriginal hack is it possible to be an original one bc Sapper s Bulldog Drummond is a strong candidate for flagrant precursor to Spillane s Mike Hammer I got interested in the Drummond character bc I picked up 3 DVDs on sale for a buck apiece or thereabouts from a local bkstore All hail obsolescence right Thanks to it I can pick up copies of all the stuff that s beneath the purchasing habits of all those people who re being led by the noses to keep up w the iJoeses sic I checked out Bulldog Drummond s Revenge 1937 55 minutes Bulldog Drummond Escapes 1937 67 minutes Bulldog Drummond s Bride 1939 57 minutes I found them fast moving funny I was entertained What I didn t find in them was the anti Semitism anti Communism of the bks Jack Buchanan the debonair song and dance man played Bulldog Drummond in The Third Round 1925 but he was not the first screen Drummond This distinction goes to English matin e idol Carlyle Blackwell who played the character in the 1922 movie Bulldog Drummond However it wasn t until the advent of the talking cinema that the screen incarnation of Hugh Bulldog Drummond took off and for about a decade from 1929 there was a spate of Drummond movies In 1929 Ronald Colman perhaps the best screen Drummond took the role in Bulldog Drummond based on the first novel Colman returned in 1934 in Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back During the Thirties old Bulldog was played on screen by Kenneth MacKenna Ray Milland and John Howard John Lodge and Ralph Richardson In general the movies were lighter in tone than the novels and tended to use original plots although Bulldog Drummond Escapes 1937 with Milland was a reworking of the original novel and Bulldog Drummond s Peril 1938 with Howard was based on The Third Round Arrest Bulldog Drummond 1938 again with Howard was based on The Final Count p XIII I find 22 Bulldog Drummond movies listed on Wikipedia dating from 1922 to 1969 starring 14 different actors in the lead role This tendency for the movie studios to make multiple movies based around the same detective character over a period of decades yielded a shitload of Charlie Chan movies witnessing the Drummond movies led to my revisiting Chan wch in turn led to my making a movie called CHANgeling about actor Warner Oland yellowface SO yeah Sapper s Drummond is a man s man a boxerex soldier who plunges right in exposes the world takeover schemes of the fiendish murdererthief Carl Peterson Peterson a man of exuisite taste no scruples is a great organizer of both capitalists commies alike They work together hand in hand to bring the Brits to their knees thru sabotage chaos To be fair the anti Semitism is a side note in contrast to the full blown anti Communism Ironically Sapper is a WWI vet whose feelings are strongly anti Boche a pejorative term for Germans but whose politics cd ve easily paved the way for nazism SO when I was reading David Stuart Davies s intro I was wondering if I cd even get thru the damned thing Drummond is a man s man in an era when that was what a man was supposed to be He has all the virtues and vices of his class and time He is scrupulously honest trustworthy fearless and loves a good fight but he is also a casual and good natured bigot His attitude to foreigners and Jews would today have the political correctness brigade blowing a collective gasket p VIII The Bulldog Drummond stories serve not only as entertaining racy thud and blunder thrillers but also as an interesting if not palatable historical reflection of upper class attitudes to foreigners and Jews at the time It is interesting to note that this seam of xenophobia and anti Semitism fades significantly after the first two books in the series as memories of the war begin to fade p IX thud and blunder Blood and thunder indeed It is in Bulldog Drummond 1920 that our hero first encounters Carl Peterson when the villain is involved in a plot to deliver England into the hands of the evil Communists purely for financial gain of course for Peterson is above politics The story features the archetypal damsel in distress scenario and introduces Drummond to his future wife In The Black Gang 1922 the Communist revolutionaries return and receive even harsher treatment from Drummond Co p XI Silent weapons must ve been all the rage in the 20s 30s bc Drummond Chan Mr Moto stories all have their versions He lingered for an instant peering into the darkness and recovering his breath when with a vicious phut something buried itself into the tree beside him Drummond lingered no long years of experience left no doubt in his mind as to what that something was Compressed air rifle or electric he muttered to himself p 42 Bulldog does have a good sense of humor there s alotof tricksterism here that s one of the saving graces of the stories that help counterbalance the aristocratic taking for granted of privilege other such socio political naiveties He fools arch criminal Peterson into kidnapping a man disguised as the intended victim then presents him w a bill for the trouble he s gone to It s wonderful as poetic justice What s this jest he howled furiously And this damned bandage all covered with red ink You must ask our friend here Mullings said Hugh He s got a peculiar sense of humour Anyway he s got the bill in his hand In silence they watched Peterson open the paper and read the contents while the girl leant over his shoulder To Mr Peterson The Elms Godalming sdTo hire of one demobilised soldier500 To making him drunk in this item present strength and cost of drink and said soldier s capacity must be allowed for500 To bottle of red ink001 To shock to system1001 Total 2001 p 59 of course Drummond has daring but then it s easy to have daring when you re a fictional character the author doesn t necessarily have to have daring in real life However it seems to me that the author must have a sense of humor in real life in order for his character to have it In the days when Drummond had been a platoon commander he had done many dangerous things The ordinary joys of the infantry subaltern s life such as going over the top and carrying out raids had not proved sufficient for his appetite He had specialized in peculiar stunts of his own stunts over which his men formed their own conclusions and worshipped him accordingly p 65 But then we get back to his commie demonizing I know not what this young man has done I care less In Russia such trifles matter not He has the appearance of a bourgeois therefore he must die Did we not kill thousands aye tens of thousands of his kidney before we obtained the great freedom Are we not going to do the same in this accursed country His voice rose to the shrill strident note of the typical tub thumper What is this wretched man he continued waving a hand wildly at Hugh that he should interrupt the great work for one brief second Kill him now throw him in a corner and let us proceed He sat down again amidst a further murmur of approval in which Hugh joined heartily Splendid he murmured A Magnificent peroration Am I right sir in assuming that you are what is vulgarly known as a Bolshevist The man turned his sunken eyes glowing with the burning fires of fanaticism on Drummond I am one of those who are fighting for the freedom of the world he cried harshly for the right to live of the proletariat The workers were the bottom dogs in Russia till they killed the rulers Now they rule and the money they earn goes into their own pockets not those of incompetent snobs p 108 Strangely having sunken eyes seems to be some sort of indicator of insanity of course as a Bolshevist the man is a fanatic What I wonder is why isn t Drummond also a fanatic He certainly meets the criteria as much as any of the other characters Have you ever seen a woman skinned alive he howled wildly thrusting his face forward at Hugh Have you ever seen men killed with the knotted rope burned almost to death and then set free charred and mutilated wrecks but what does it matter provided only freedom comes as it has in Russia Tomorrow it will be England in a week the world Even if we have to wade through rivers of blood up to our throats nevertheless it will come And in the end we shall have a new earth Hugh lit a cigarette and leaned back in his chair It seems a most alluring programme he murmured And I shall have much pleasure in recommending you as manager of a babies cr che I feel certain the little ones would take to you instinctively p 109 Let s keep in mind this is fiction Is there any historical record whatsoever of a Bolshevik speech in wch the sufferings of humans are treated so cavalierly Perhaps there are I wdn t know I m certainly not enuf of an historian on the subject of course this is supposedly what Bolsheviks were saying behind the scenes not necessarily for public record If there is such an historical record I d be grateful if any reader were to call my attn to it in a comment here but I want specifics not some vague generalizations that we all know is true Keep in mind that there is historical record of big business s uncaring attitude for human life take the famous Ford Pinto Cost Benefit Analysis in wch it was decided that it was cost effective to leave a dangerous gas tank in the design of the Pinto than it was to fix it One of the tools that Ford used to argue for the delay in changes to the Pinto gas tank design was a cost benefit analysis of altering the fuel tanks According to Ford s estimates the unsafe tanks would cause 180 burn deaths 180 serious burn injuries and 2100 burned vehicles each year It calculated that it would have to pay 200000 per death 67000 per injury and 700 per vehicle for a total of 495 million However the cost of saving lives and injuries ran even higher alterations would cost 11 per car or truck which added up to 137 million per year Essentially Ford argued before the government that it would be cheaper just to let their customers burn That s pretty fucking callous if you ask me My inclination is to think that Sapper an aristocratofficer despite the lower ranking implication of his pen name is expressing the anxiety of his class about the threat of the arrival of economic justice in England Bulldog Drummond is a man of independent means in other words he s rich he can buy command at a significantly high level in the established hierarchy he doesn t work for a living he goes to his club to eat he has an expensive car certainly not the euivalent of a Pinto he has servants who re duly obedient respectful etc etc In other words he s the perfect person to be terrified of a revolution what if he had to work What if the work he did was low paying health destroying demeaning What if he cdn t support his family if his wife were an addict a prostitute if he were completely criminalized just for trying to survive These are the niceties that Sapper completely ignores in Drummond world there s no reason whatsoever apparently for any working class person to be disaffected being a servant for Drummond eg comes natural to people of lesser abilities intelligence spunk anyone rebelling against the status uo that supported the author his alter ego the Bulldog is obviously a naive dupe greedy a criminal whatever anything but a person w sincere insights into the destruction wrought in most people s lives by the established order The arch criminal Carl Peterson is the only one who s given much respect bc he manipulates people in much the same way the aristocratic elites do just as a bad guy instead of as the supposed good guys that the aristocrats are represented as being yet what examination of British aristocratic wealth or any other such wealth isn t going to dig up a history of wealth built on slavery overthrow of existing social structures etc etc There s than a little self delusion hypocrisy going on in Sapper s depiction of his hero of course anarchists get lumped into the enemy camp You say he was with a crowd of revolutionaries last night What do you mean exactly Bolshevists Anarchists members of the Do no work and have all the money Brigade answered Hugh But excuse me a moment Waiter A man who had been hovering round came up promptly p 139 This is where the subtext of Sapper s adventures in La La Land come to the fore for the attentive critical reader Anarchists members of the Do no work and have all the money Brigade here we have a hero who certainly does no work and has all the money but that s completely unacknowledged all his cronies are able to drop whatever they re doing to rush off into adventure at a moment s notice I m an anarchist I think I can claim w substantial historical accuracy that many if not most anarchists are people who work that in the 40 yrs preceding the writing of these Bulldog stories many or most of these anarchists wd ve not only worked but wd ve worked in factories from age 6 or so on precisely to support the completely luxurious lifestyles of the Bulldog Drummonds of the world if these anarchists wd ve taken off work to rush off to adventure they d know for sure that they d lose their jobs have to survive somehow in a way that they wdn t have to resort to if they were being pd a living wage treated decently by their truly greedy bosses Somehow tho in the highly delusional world of these stories the aristocrats aren t capitalists what this means is that all the dirty work is far behind them in their PR touched up histories that their nasty shit is done by armies that they control good instead of insurrections that they don t bad A visiting American sums it up nicely for the aristocratic PR POV One gigantic syndicalist strike all over your country that s what Peterson s playing for I ll stake my bottom dollar How he s doing it is another matter But he s in with the big financiers and he s using the tub thumping Bolshies as tools Gad It s a big scheme he puffed twice at his cigar a durned big scheme Your little old country Captain is saving one the finest on God s earth but she s a little bit sicker than a good many people think But I reckon Peterson s cure won t do any manner of good excepting to himself and those blamed capitalists who are putting up the dollars pp 140 141 In Bulldog propaganda a syndicalist strike can only happen as a result of the machinations of a criminal mastermind not as a result of workers actually trying to improve their debased conditions if there are any capitalists who stand to benefit by this destabilization they re certainly not the aristocrats AND any sickness of the English socio political conditions isn t a result of failures greed on the part of the ruling elites Heaven forbid that such an accusing analysis be turned toward Drummond his ilk Phrasing things in this way is a strategy for convincing the reader that if they re dissatisfied w the capitalists that re suppressing their wages or whatnot that they re actually in league w the Blosheviks instead of in opposition to them as wd make the most sense In other words let the aristocratic superhero Bulldog Drummond take care of the problem don t be joining in solidarity w yr fellow workers trying to take control after all Drummond s just like you he speaks like the common man he s not an intellectual blah blah This is a message that persists to this day in movies like The East even tho that s sympathetic to anarchist critiues where in the end the anarchists shd leave everything well enuf alone leave the cleaning up to the rogue superhero law enforcement types who wdn t actually do shit or even be aware of what s going on wo the anarchists

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characters Bulldog Drummond: The Carl Peterson uartet ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Son a criminal genius with an insatiable passion for power and world domination He has the great facility of disguise and his chameleon appearances are one of the joys of these thrilling tales Peterson's constant companion is the sinister but beautiful Irma The Drummond books are exciting page turning adventures for grown up boys and girls. Cambria Will Not Yield gave a good review of the Bulldog Drummond books here m very fond of Sapper s H C McNeile character Hugh Bulldog Drummond I like Drummond because he stands in opposition to the intellectual detective heroes such as Sherlock Holmes Although far from an imbecile Drummond doesn t conuer through superior intellect he conuers through sheer British pluck and bulldog tenacitySapper always poked fun at his own and his hero s intellectual capabilities but he very astutely delineated the metaphysic at work undermining the Western world in general and England in particular in his novels Drummond is always up against some capitalist who uses the radical dregs of society letting them think they are accomplishing their purposes to destroy the old order Of course the two fisted ale drinking Drummond always defeats the capitalist radical coalitions But somewhere along the line Drummond must have left us because the sinister coalition has triumphed throughout the Western world Infinitely than we need Joe DiMaggio we need Bulldog Drummond So put out an S O S calling Bulldog DrummondThe Bulldog Drummond books1 Bulldog Drummond2 The Black Gang3 The Third Round4 The Final Count5 The Female of the Species6 Temple Tower7 The Return of Bulldog Drummond8 Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back9 Bulldog Drummond at Bay10 ChallengeThe first four books all deal with Drummond s battles against the evil genius Carl Peterson The fifth my favorite deals with Drummond s battle against the black widow mistress of Carl Peterson Irma This book features the most politically incorrect ending in all of literature The first five books should be read in order the other books need not beAfter McNeile s death in 1937 his friend Gerard Fairlie kept the Drummond character going but I have not read the Fairlie books so I cannot say whether or not they are up to the original ones


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