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y separately published work icon The Chronicles of Clipper and Brown series - publisher   drama   radio play   musical theatre   detective   humour  
Issue Details: First known date: 1935-1943... 1935-1943 The Chronicles of Clipper and Brown
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The Leech ; Or, Detectives Don't Care, Being the Hundred and Oneth Case of Clipper and Brown, the Dumbest Detectives Ever Devised The Leech : From the Chronicles of Clipper and Brown John Macleod , Fred Whaite (composer), Australian Broadcasting Commission , 1935 single work drama radio play musical theatre detective humour A musical comedy featuring the not too smart detectives Clipper and Brown.
The Nawab's Necklace ; Being Case 102 from the Chronicles of Clipper and Brown, the Dumbest Detectives Ever Devised The Nawab's Necklace John Macleod , Fred Whaite (composer), 1935 single work drama radio play musical theatre detective humour
Way Down South Way Down South : Being the one hundred and sixth case from the chronicles of Clipper and Brown the dumbest detectives ever'devised; John Macleod , Cecil Fraser (composer), Australian Broadcasting Commission , 1940 single work drama radio play musical theatre detective humour When consignments of gold keep disappearing in the South Seas, Clipper and Brown are called upon to do something about it. As the famous sleuths pit their dumb wits against the brains of a pirate gang, they find that the congenial Pacific Islands hold more than strumming guitars and Polynesian beauties. Indeed, they almost get inside information on the cannibal question. However, all's well that ends in victory.

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