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Publisher's Summary

In the 1930s the Bunter stories in The Magnet became so popular that parcels of "tuck" would arrive at the magazine's offices for the ever hungry "fat owl of the Remove". In the 1950s, a very successful TV series with Gerald Campion revived Bunter's popularity again.

Billy Bunter is up to no good, falling asleep in class, stealing jam and cake from other boys' lockers, chalking rude things on the blackboard, getting six of the best from Mr. Quelch, failing to turn up for cricket, scuffling with the local vagrant, Nosey Jenkins and being threatened with expulsion. Will he be redeemed by his final adventure?

© and (P)2006 CSA Telltapes Ltd.

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"Restores Bunter to comic classic status." (The Guardian)

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  • 12-30-15

Cherished boyhood memories

Loved it: memorably characterised by the incomparable Martin. Made me chuckle in public: most embarrassing!

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  • A. B. Frost
  • 02-02-15

Another amazingly perform classic!

I have always loved the Billy Bunter stories and Martin Jarvis performs them absolutely brilliantly as he does everything else. I always loved the billy bunter stories and Martin Jarvis performs them totally brilliantly, the way he does everything else.

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