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Whatever Happened to Tom Mix? The Story of One of My Lives.

Willis, Ted


1st Edition

Green cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine. Slight discolouring to top-edge of boards. INSCRIBED by author to f.f.e.: “To Cecil, in friendship. Ted Willis, September, 1970.” In near fine, slightly age-toned dust jacket designed by Arthur Wragg. *** Ted Willis (13 January 1914 – 22 December 1992) was a British playwright, novelist and screenwriter who was politically active in support of the Labour Party. He was best known for writing the television series Dixon of Dock Green. In this autobiography the author writes about his early years: it’s a beautiful evocation of the 1920s and 30s, set in the Tottenham area (Stanley Road), in Greater London.

Book Details

AuthorWillis, Ted
PublisherCassell & Company Ltd.
Publisher Year1970
Book ConditionFine
Jacket ConditionNear Fine
Binding TypeHardcover
Signature TypeInscribed by Author(s)
Edition1st Edition