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~- “Python Men of the Lost City” has been reprinted twice before: in 1974 by [[http://www.robertweinberg.net/ Robert Weinberg]]; and in 2003 by [[http://www.adventurehouse.com/ Adventure House]].
~- The latest version of “Python Men of the Lost City,” published in 2006 by [[http://www.lulu.com/wildcatbooks Wild Cat Books]], was actually rewritten by author [[http://www.airship27.com Ron Fortier]], based on the original story.
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~- “Python Men of the Lost City” has been reprinted twice before: in 1974 by [[www.robertweinberg.net/ Robert Weinberg]]; and in 2003 by [[www.adventurehouse.com/ Adventure House]].
~- The latest version of “Python Men of the Lost City,” published in 2006 by [[www.lulu.com/wildcatbooks Wild Cat Books]], was actually rewritten by author [[www.airship27.com/ Ron Fortier]], based on the original story.


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Edited on 2014-01-09 21:45:28 by TpnEditor [corrected spelling of MacGowen]
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Hazzard pulled together a team of scientists and adventurers, some skilled in the art of telepathy. Among his aides are mathematician Washington ""MacGowen"" and cowboy Jake Cole.
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Hazzard pulled together a team of scientists and adventurers, some skilled in the art of telepathy. Among his aides are mathematician Washington ""MacGowan"" and cowboy Jake Cole.


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Edited on 2010-01-03 22:44:21 by TpnEditor [fixed type problems from site move/updated link]
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**Publication range:** May 1938>>Capt. Hazzard was blind his first 15 years, giving him the opportunity to enhance his other senses — including his mental powers — far beyond that of the average human. His years spent studying hypnotism and other Oriental mysticism prepared him for crimefighting after surgery restored his sight.
Credited to [[HawksChester Chester Hawks]], the actual author of the only published //Capt. Hazzard// story, “Python Men of the Lost City,” is unknown. Speculation gives credit to [[ChadwickPaul Paul Chadwick]], who also wrote a few of the //[[SecretAgentX Secret Agent X]]// adventures and a wide variety of stories for a range of pulp magazines.
~- “Python Men of the Lost City” has been reprinted twice before: in 1974 by [[www.robertweinberg.net/ Robert Weinberg]]; and in 2003 by [[www.adventurehouse.com/ Adventure House]].
~- The latest version of “Python Men of the Lost City,” published in 2006 by [[www.lulu.com/wildcatbooks Wild Cat Books]], was actually rewritten by author [[www.airship27.com/ Ron Fortier]], based on the original story.
~- [[http://stores.lulu.com/airship27 Airship 27’s “Python Men of the Lost City” and followup, original novels]]
~- [[http://community-2.webtv.net/OurManHermes/hazzard/index.html Dr. Hermes’ review of the original pulp story]]
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**Publication range:** May 1938>>Capt. Hazzard was blind his first 15 years, giving him the opportunity to enhance his other senses ó including his mental powers ó far beyond that of the average human. His years spent studying hypnotism and other Oriental mysticism prepared him for crimefighting after surgery restored his sight.
Credited to [[HawksChester Chester Hawks]], the actual author of the only published //Capt. Hazzard// story, ìPython Men of the Lost City,î is unknown. Speculation gives credit to [[ChadwickPaul Paul Chadwick]], who also wrote a few of the //[[SecretAgentX Secret Agent X]]// adventures and a wide variety of stories for a range of pulp magazines.
~- ìPython Men of the Lost Cityî has been reprinted twice before: in 1974 by [[www.robertweinberg.net/ Robert Weinberg]]; and in 2003 by [[www.adventurehouse.com/ Adventure House]].
~- The latest version of ìPython Men of the Lost City,î published in 2006 by [[www.lulu.com/wildcatbooks Wild Cat Books]], was actually rewritten by author [[www.airship27.com/ Ron Fortier]], based on the original story.
~- [[http://www.lulu.com/content/267814 Wild Cat Books’ “Python Men of the Lost City”]]
~- [[http://community-2.webtv.net/OurManHermes/hazzard/index.html Dr. Hermesí review of the original pulp story]]


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~- [[http://www.lulu.com/content/267814 Wild Cat Books’ “Python Men of the Lost City”]]
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~- [[http://www.lulu.com/content/267814 Wild Cat Booksí ìPython Men of the Lost Cityî]]


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>>{{image class="center" alt="Captain Hazzard" url="images/wiki-images/captainhazzard.jpg" }}**//Capt. Hazzard//**
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>>{{image class="center" alt="Captain Hazzard" url="wiki-images/captainhazzard.jpg" }}**//Capt. Hazzard//**


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Edited on 2007-11-19 17:15:21 by TpnEditor [Corrected bad link]
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Credited to [[HawksChester Chester Hawks]], the actual author of the only published //Capt. Hazzard// story, ìPython Men of the Lost City,î is unknown. Speculation gives credit to [[ChadwickPaul Paul Chadwick]], who also wrote a few of the //[[SecretAgentX Secret Agent X]]// adventures and a wide variety of stories for a range of pulp magazines.
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Credited to [[HawksChester Chester Hawks]], the actual author of the only published //Capt. Hazzard// story, ìPython Men of the Lost City,î is unknown. Speculation gives credit to [[ChadwickPaul Paul Chadwick]], who also wrote a few of the //[[SecretAgentyA Secret Agent X]]// adventures and a wide variety of stories for a range of pulp magazines.


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Edited on 2006-08-29 10:58:39 by TpnEditor [first stab]
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Hazzard pulled together a team of scientists and adventurers, some skilled in the art of telepathy. Among his aides are mathematician Washington ""MacGowan"" and cowboy Jake Cole.
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Hazzard pulled together a team of scientists and adventurers, some skilled in the art of telepathy. Among his aides are mathematician Washington ""MacGowan"" and cowboy Jack Cole.


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>>{{image class="center" alt="Captain Hazzard" url="wiki-images/captainhazzard.jpg" }}**//Capt. Hazzard//**
Credited to [[HawksChester Chester Hawks]], the actual author of the only published //Capt. Hazzard// story, ìPython Men of the Lost City,î is unknown. Speculation gives credit to [[ChadwickPaul Paul Chadwick]], who also wrote a few of the //[[SecretAgentyA Secret Agent X]]// adventures and a wide variety of stories for a range of pulp magazines.
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>>{{image class="center" alt="Captain Hazzard" url="wiki-images/captainhazzard.jpg" }}**//Captain Hazzard//**
Credited to [[HawksChester Chester Hawks]], the actual author of the only published //Captain Hazzard// story, ìPython Men of the Lost City,î is unknown. Speculation gives credit to [[ChadwickPaul Paul Chadwick]], who also wrote a few of the //[[SecretAgentyA Secret Agent X]]// adventures and a wide variety of stories for a range of pulp magazines.


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Edited on 2006-08-29 00:05:25 by TpnEditor [first stab]
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====//Capt. Hazzard//====
//Capt. Hazzard// proved to be a one-shot attempt by [[MagazinePublishers Magazine Publishers]] to ape [[StreetandSmith Street and Smith]]ís popular //[[DocSavage Doc Savage]]//. Hazzard was a rich adventurer, based in New York, and had a team of aides, with whom he could communicate telepathically. Unlike Doc, Hazzard packed a pistol and was not unwilling to unleash a magazine of machine-gun fire to kill bad guys.
**Publication range:** May 1938>>Capt. Hazzard was blind his first 15 years, giving him the opportunity to enhance his other senses ó including his mental powers ó far beyond that of the average human. His years spent studying hypnotism and other Oriental mysticism prepared him for crimefighting after surgery restored his sight.
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====//Captain Hazzard//====
//Captain Hazzard// proved to be a one-shot attempt by [[MagazinePublishers Magazine Publishers]] to ape [[StreetandSmith Street and Smith]]ís popular //[[DocSavage Doc Savage]]//. Hazzard was a rich adventurer, based in New York, and had a team of aides, with whom he could communicate telepathically. Unlike Doc, Hazzard packed a pistol and was not unwilling to unleash a magazine of machine-gun fire to kill bad guys.
**Publication range:** May 1938>>Captain Hazzard was blind his first 15 years, giving him the opportunity to enhance his other senses ó including his mental powers ó far beyond that of the average human. His years spent studying hypnotism and other Oriental mysticism prepared him for crimefighting after surgery restored his sight.


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