Tag Archives: Famous Five

The writer and the typewriter

I have been doing a little more work this week on the play Famous Five Adventure.  In the auction lot were two copies of the typescript for the play – a top copy, typed in red and black ink, and a … Continue reading

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Famous Five Adventure continues…

Programme for Enid Blyton’s Famous Five Adventure play, 1955 Enid Blyton’s Noddy in Toyland play programme, 1955 The images above were kindly sent through by Tony Summerfield, in response to my previous post – they are the original programmes for … Continue reading

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Unpublished adventures

As always seemed to happen to the Famous Five, having unravelled one mystery I immediately found myself stumbling into further adventures!  Another of the lots we purchased was identified as Cheer Up, Little Noddy, and did indeed include a complete … Continue reading

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