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1. English Ice Hockey Players: James

1. English Ice Hockey Players: James Robertson Justice, Steve Thomas, Paul Dixon, Byron Dafoe, Ken Hodge, Joe Hall, Peter Lee, Luke Boothroyd
Paperback: 194 Pages (2010-09-15)
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Asin: 1155551494
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Chapters: James Robertson Justice, Steve Thomas, Paul Dixon, Byron Dafoe, Ken Hodge, Joe Hall, Peter Lee, Luke Boothroyd, Alex Archer, Gerry Davey, Thomas Sopwith, Edgar Brenchley, Jason Hewitt, Robert Wyman, Ricky Plant, Jimmy Chappell, Paul Ditchburn, John Coward, Steve Fone, Danny Boome, Jack Kilpatrick, Jimmy Borland, Archibald Stinchcombe, Marc Lovell, Adam Radmall, Carl Erhardt, Phil Hamer, Mark Thomas, Paul Sample, Adam Summerfield, Matt Compton, Ashley Tait, David Clarke, Neil Adams, David Longstaff, Arthur Stanley, Tom Carlon, Louis Holmes, Dave Phillips, Ernie Leacock, Mark Richardson, John Rost, Tom Chamberlain, Kenneth Thompson, Alan Hepple, Daniel Taylor, Kurt Reynolds, Peter Johnson, John Murray, Davey Lawrence, Adam Dobson, Brian Perry, Jonathan Weaver, Glynne Thomas, Alfie Miller, Shaun Thompson, Joe White, Joe Watkins, Jack Beattie, Ross Bowers, Gord Pettinger, Fred Robertson, Alex Smith, Paul Thompson, Walter Jackson, Robert Jenner, Shaun Wallis, Gavin Kirk, Paul Messier, Jack Tomson. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 192. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: James Robertson Justice (15 June 1907 - 2 July 1975) was a popular Anglo-Scottish character actor in British films of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. The son of an Aberdeen-born geologist who was named after his father, James Justice was born in Lee, a suburb of Lewisham in South London, in 1907. Educated at Marlborough College in Wiltshire, Justice studied science at University College, London, but left after a year and became a geology student at the University of Bonn, where he again left after just a year. He spoke many languages (possibly up to 20) including French, Greek, Danish, Russian, German, Italian, Dutch, and Gaelic. Justice returned to the UK in 1927, and became a journalist with Reuters in London, alon...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=1769351 ... Read more


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