Category Archives: Persuaders

David Tomlinson / Richard Vernon Autograph

Autographed photograph from an episode of  “Playhouse” entitled “A Friend Indeed” dating from 1973. Produced by Anglia TV.  

David Tomlinson was best known as Mr Banks in Mary Poppins, he did very little TV work mostly working in Disney movies, he did guest however in an episode of Hawaii Five-0.

 While Richard Vernon was possibly best known as the planetary designer Slartibartfast (designer of fjords) in the BBC radio and TV series The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. He had small roles in both the James Bond movie Goldfinger. The Intelligence Men with Morecambe and wise, and guest starred in The Avengers, The Saint, Department S, William Tell, Emergency Ward 10, No Hiding Place, Hadleigh, Dixon of Dock Green, Maigret, Z cars, U.F.O., The Persuaders, The Adventurer, to name just a few of his many appearences. 

Die 2 Ein gefahrlicher Auftrag

German Hardback edition of The Persuaders by Frederick E Smith. Pan paperback number 1. Published in 1972 by Julius Breitschopf KG.

This edition contains two stories based on television episodes adapted by Frederick E Smith,  Oveture by Brian Clemens, and Angie… Angie by Milt Gelman.

Countdown 48

Countdown for TV action comic No 48. Dated January 15th 1972.

This issue of the weekly British comic featured comic strips of Dastardly and Muttley, Stingray, The persuaders, Thunderbirds, Doctor Who, UFO.

The two page colour Persuaders strip continued the story “The pollution Man”.

Thunderbirds two page black and white strip illustrated by Don Harley.

Colour Doctor Who striptitled “Sub Zero” and illustrated by Gerry Haylock.

Six page U.F.O. story entitled “The Alien Ally”.

Original Price 5p

 

 

TV Times 1972-3 Dec 30 / Jan 5

TV listings magazine from 1972/3 features many popular TV shows of the period. Programmes this week included. Arthur of the Britons (With guest appearance of Mike Pratt from Randall and Hopkirk), Stingray, Hogan’s Heroes, The Adventures of Black Beauty, Public Eye, The Persuaders, Land of the Giants, The saint. Feature on Nyree Dawn Porter of the Protectors.
Original Price 5p

Look In Comic No 13 1975 TV Comedy cover.

Look In comic for 22nd March 1975.
Features articles and photographs on many of the television and film shows of the period, also various singers and groups from the period featured. Regular comic strips featured are the adventures of Black Beauty, The Tomorrow People, Kung Fu and Bless this House.
Small photo of Tony Curtis from the Persuaders. Full page advert for Doctor Who Weetabix cards.
Original Price 6p

Look In Comic No 7 1975 Roger Moore cover.

Look In comic for 8th February  1975.

Features articles and photographs on many of the television and  film shows of the period, also various singers and groups from the period featured.  Regular comic strips featured are the adventures of Black Beauty, The Tomorrow People, Kung Fu and Bless this House.

Full page photo of Six Million Dollar Man.

Original Price 6p

 

All Star Television Annual circa 1972

This Annual was published by Panda Publishing around 1972 . Contains all sorts of Television photographs , stories and quizzes relating to the shows on at that time.
Features photographs from Doctor Who and James Bond. As well as stories and features on Follyfoot, Catweazle, Roger Moore (in his latest Role in the Persuaders) and Steptoe and son.

Geoff Love – Plays Your Top TV Themes LP

Geoff Love – Play Your Top TV Themes LP

Format: LP – 33rpm (Stereo)
Country: UK
Year: 1972
Label: MFP
Catalogue No. MFP 5272

Side 1
1. Hawaii Five-O
2. Sleepy Shores (from Owen M.D.)
3. Strange Report
4. Crossroads
5. The Jason King Theme
6. Bless This House

Side 2
7. Love Theme from Spartacus (from The Onedin Line)
8. Match Of The Day
9. The Kiss (from Love Story)
10. The Troubleshooters
11. Theme from Casanova
12. Theme from The Persuaders

Persuaders Annual

The Persuaders Annual 1973    Polystyle Publications Ltd

                Printed by Purnell & sons Ltd, it contained both text and strip stories. The cover is pink with a blue spine. front cover has a photo of Roger Moore in the top right corner, and one of Tony Curtis in the top left corner. The series title is under this in blue lettering with photo of both actors below. At the bottom is a photo of an Aston Martin DBS V8 registration BS 1. The Back cover is covered by one large photo of both actors. This annual contains features on the series and both actors, also strip and text stories.

                   Strip Stories                                                           Text Stories

                Hot Ice                                                                  Killer in the Car

                Avalanche                                                            Strictly for the Birds

                Skyjack

                                                                                                                Original Price 70p

Persuaders Hardback

persuders hard backThe Persuaders by Frederick E Smith. In 1976 the first of the Pan paperbacks was issed in hardback form primarilly for libarys.
It was published by Ian Henry Publications.

This edition contains two storys based on television episodes adapted by Frederick E Smith,  Oveture by Brian Clemens, and Angie… Angie by Milt Gelman.