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Dennis Spooner obituary (1986)

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DENNIS SPOONER, creator and writer of television series such as Department S, Jason King, The Champions, and Randall and Hopkirk - Deceased, died ten days ago on Saturday September 20 of a heart attack.

He began his career in Ralph Reader's Gang Shows, became a stand-up comic and then a gag-writer. As well as contributing to long series such as The Avengers and Dr Who, he had written several stage plays in collaboration with Brian Clemens, most notably A Sting in the Tale, Anybody for Murder and Will You Still Love Me In The Morning?

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1986-10-02). Dennis Spooner obituary. The Stage and Television Today p. 16.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Dennis Spooner obituary." The Stage and Television Today [add city] 1986-10-02, 16. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Dennis Spooner obituary." The Stage and Television Today, edition, sec., 1986-10-02
  • Turabian: "Dennis Spooner obituary." The Stage and Television Today, 1986-10-02, section, 16 edition.
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