Nick Carter

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Eddie Constantine - Filmography
... Role Notes 1953 Egypt by Three Victor Stoloff Nick (third episode) La môme vert-de-gris Bernard Borderie Lemmy Caution Cet homme est dangereux Jean Sacha Lemmy Caution 1954 Repris de justice (Avanzi di galera ... s'en mêlent Raoul André "Jeff Gordon" Nick Carter va tout casser Henri Decoin Nick Carter Laissez tirer les tireurs Guy Lefranc Jeff Gordon Lucky Jo Michel Deville Lucky Jo 1965 Nick Carter et le trèfle rouge ...
Michael Avallone - Works
... Under the house name Nick Carter, he wrote some of the Nick Carter spy novels beginning in the 1960s ... and female) were Mile Avalione, Mike Avalone, Nick Carter, Troy Conway, Priscilla Dalton, Mark Dane, Jeanne-Anne dePre, Dora Highland, Stuart Jason, Steve Michaels, Dorothea Nile ...
Nick Carter, Master Detective - Listen To
... Nick Carter, Master Detective (124 episodes). ...
Brian Kierulf - Selected Discography
... Schwartz) 330 "Don't Hang Up" (Britney Spears, Joshua M Schwartz, Brian Kierulf) 402 Nick Carter - album Now or Never "Stand for You" (Nick Carter/Brian ... "Do I Have To Cry for You" (Nick Carter/Brian Kierulf/Joshua M ... "Girls in the USA featuring Mr.Vegas" - (Nick Carter/Brian Kierulf/Joshua M ...
Detective Story Magazine
... It was the publishing house's first pulp magazine and was originally a dime novel entitled Nick Carter Weekly ... The Shadow and Doc Savage also prompted Street Smith to revive Nick Carter as a hero pulp that ran from 1933 to 1936 ... A popular radio show, Nick Carter, Master Detective, aired on the Mutual Broadcasting System network from 1943 to 1955 ...

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