The sobriquet of police detective Bill “Bulldog” Brennan (Alan Hewitt), a human bloodhound who sniffed out suspicious goings-on at the house of newspaper reporter Tim O’Hara (Bill Bixby) who was hiding a Martian (Ray Walston) on the sitcom MY FAVORITE MARTIAN/CBS/1963-66.


Note: Bulldog was also the nickname of a rough and tumble construction worker played by Noble Willingham in the sitcom WHEN THE WHISTLE BLOWS/ABC/1980

And radio talk show personality Bulldog Briscoe (Dan Butler) was a skirt-chasing (he loved women who didn’t wear underwear) host of a Seattle sports call-in show on the sitcom FRASIER/NBC/1993-2004.

Hugh “Bulldog” Drummond is a British fictional character created by H. C. McNeile and published under his pen name “Sapper.” The stories follow the exploits of a World War I veteran Captain Hugh “Bulldog” Drummond, formerly of the Royal Loamshire Regiment, who is fed up with his sedate lifestyle and becomes a gentleman adventurer. His character has appeared in novels, short stories, on the stage, in films, on radio and television, and in graphic novels.


Born in Philadelphia, Jerome Alphonse Holst worked 30 years as a librarian. He has since retired and lives in Greensboro, North Carolina. Mr. Holst is also the author of the children’s books “Norman the Troll,” "Norman the Troll and the Haunted House," and "Gretchen and the Gremlins." In addition, he penned the fantasy novel “The Adventures of Glinda Gale,” a retelling of “The Wizard of Oz" and the reference text “The Encyclopedia of Movie and TV Insults.” .

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