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RE: Books, Film & Television.

 by PJ , Thu Jan 07, 2010 7:58 pm

It must 30+ years ago when I read it, J P Dunlevy's Ginger Man, so much has changed since then it might not be seen as funny, the main character Sebastian Dangerfield takes liberties with life, women and the world.
I did laugh then, but who knows now.

PJ
Posts: 240
Date registered 12.27.2009

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Books, Film & Television. phil 12.30.2009
RE: Books, Film & Television. PJ 01.01.2010
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RE: Books, Film & Television. Sheldonboy 01.02.2010
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RE: Books, Film & Television. signman 01.17.2010
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RE: Books, Film & Television. PJ 01.07.2010
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RE: Books, Film & Television. PJ 01.09.2010
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RE: Books, Film & Television. phil 01.15.2010
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